June 2019           Volume XXVIII No. 6
June Club Meeting
Wednesday, June 26 | 7:15 pm
Goodwil Hose Company
610 7th Avenue
Belmar, NJ 07719
JSRC News
Since 2009, the first Wednesday in June has been designated as National Running Day (or Global Running Day). Originally designed as a day for runners to reaffirm their passion for running, it’s also a good day for beginners to begin a life-changing commitment to running.
For some of us, running is a daily routine. The moment we awaken, our mission is to complete a set distance. We may have a partner or go it alone. Others fit in a run when time allows or at the end of the workday. The marathoner will train on a schedule. Dedicated runners know they have to take care of their feet, knees and eat right to maintain their bodies for the road.
Whatever the distance, National Running Day is about placing one foot in front of the other and setting a pace. Whether you run a few miles or just around the block, by yourself, with a buddy or on one of our JSRC group runs, just get out and do it.
Summer Running is here!
Staying healthy in the sun.
The Spring Lake 5 marks the official start to Summer for many of the shore area runners. No more long sleeves, hats, gloves and closed rest rooms. Now we just worry about parking and finding some shade to run in or run earlier or later to avoid the heat. 
NATIONAL HYDRATION DAY
June 23
Games get intense under the hot summer sun and we need to replace fluids lost in the heat of battle.
Did you know the human body contains more than 60 percent water? Maintaining that balance while training is a challenge, doing it during the summer months is a practice that must be consistent. Becoming overheated or dehydrated can lead to heat stroke and possibly death.
There are ways to help prevent dehydration. Being hydrated before a workout even begins is important. If you are under hydrated before you start it’s hard to catch up once the sweating starts. Drink plenty of fluids throughout the training. These can include sports drinks which contain electrolytes (Magnesium, Calcium, Sodium and Potassium) to replenish the essential minerals the body loses through perspiration.
Volunteering
Our races can't be run without the help of our Volunteers!
Volunteers are critical to the success of the JSRC. Volunteering is a great opportunity to be involved, make friends and have some fun supporting the runners. We are always in need of volunteers and your help! Please reach out to Michelle Mendes at  volunteers@jsrc.org  to get involved.

 Current volunteer opportunities:
Saturday in the Park
Providence House (the beneficiary of Saturday in the Park) is looking for runners to attend a gift auction June 7, 2019 at Georgian Court in Lakewood. Contact Penny Hinck for more details.
Trick or Trot 
The JSRC is looking for a hero - or heroes - to race direct the 2019 Deal Trick or Trot! Help keep this fun 25-year JSRC tradition going strong! Contact Mike Procopio ( jsrc@jsrc.org ) if you are interested.
Did you know Volunteering Is the Best Kept Secret for Mental Health ? One writer shares how she noticed how much volunteering was helping with anxiety and stress, and there’s science to back it up. To read more click here .
Member News
For the past 17 years, Phil Hinck worked diligently to make certain the SL5 would run without a hitch.Phil stepped down as race director after last year's race and 2019 was he first year without Phil at the helm. to honor and acknowledge Phil's years of service to the Spring Lake 5, the annual calendar devoted the back page to Phil in honor of his 17 years of service. Congratulations Phil!
May Book Signing at B arnes & Noble
Katie Arnold, author of Running Home
Last month, JSRC was a partner program participant at Katie Arnold's book signing event. For every purchase of Katie's book, Running Home, JSRC would receive a small percentage. We are happy to announce JSRC received $145.87 as a donation through this partner program!
New members
Tracey Paulsen
Tracey Paulsen started running about 10 years ago to aid in her weight loss journey of 100 pounds. This past year, she completed her first full Ironman and is not sure if it will be her last, so as of now, 26.2 miles remain her longest distance. She's run it three times and is scheduled to run another marathon in the fall: the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC. Tracey runs for fun and to complete. She insists she is not a racer! She loves the joy running brings and the people it draws. She is a new resident of NJ, and purchased a home in Shark River Hills in December. She and her husband divide their time between here and NYC. She swims, rides and runs — and belongs to a team in NYC. Tracey is thrilled to find like-minded individuals here in her new home state! Welcome!
Kevin Shinn
Kevin recently joined and is looking forward to running with our groups.
He says he loves running 5Ks and his Brick Reservoir PR this year is 23:40. The reservoir is where he tracks his quarter mile pace. He told us his best PR was two years ago at Meridian Health which was 21:53. He hopes to beat that mark by the end of the year. He also runs longer distances—five to six miles on the Belmar and Spring Lake Boardwalks. Kevin works at Lowes and at Gold's Gym as a customer service associate. He also likes to go bicycling, indoor rock climbing, taking long walks, hiking and camping.
He says "Running with a group of friends will be exciting. I have been
participating in the majority of my 5Ks since 2007 alone." He can't wait to get started. Welcome!

New Members attending our May Meeting include:
Julie Thompson from Georgia. This was her first meeting.
Upcoming Evens
Saturday, September 14 | 6:00– 9:00 p.m.
We're doing it again! Enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow members over dinner and drinks while cruising along the Manasquan River, Point Pleasant Canal and Barnegat Bay on the River Belle river boat.
Details to come!
The River Belle Sightseeing & Dinner Cruise Boat | 47 Broadway, Point Pleasa nt Beach, New Jersey 08742
Saturday, June 29, 2019 |10:00 a.m.
100 Camp Drive | Sea Girt New Jersey 08750
A 5K Flat Trail Run/Walk on June 29th, 2019 at 10 AM. Food vendors, five live bands, money wheel, beer & wine. A great time will be had by all!
Racing News
Belmar 5-Mile Run 
Saturday, July 13 | Belmar

The Belmar Five Mile Run festivities start on Friday, July 12, 2019 with packet pickup and Kids' races.
On Saturday July 13, The 5-Mile run takes off along the beautiful Jersey shore town of Belmar. It is always a great race. Join us for the following events: 5-Mile Run and Kids' Races.
Wednesday, June 12
Kessler Stadium - Monmouth Univ.
If you're interest in participating in Track & Field, Monmouth University has an event for you: Night of Hammering.
The events will be the USATF-NJ Championship hammer throw and an Open Mile. This meet is open to all ages and abilities.
To read the flier click here.  
JSRC Group Runs
NEW!!
WEDNESDAY - 6:45 AM
Track Workouts
Ocean Township High School, West Park Avenue
Ocean Township
Contact:  Deborah Alpert ( via FB )
TUESDAY-6PM (6:30 summer )
"No Name Run"
Brighton Ave, beach entrance (West End)
Long Branch
Contact: Ivone Lopes ( via FB )
This is our northernmost group run. The run starts and finishes on the Long Branch Boardwalk. We meet on the south end of the boardwalk and do a 4-6 mile run along the boardwalk and around Lake Takanassee passing the Dr. George Sheehan Memorial. Come join the cool kids every week!
WEDNESDAY - 6:30 PM
Humpday Runday
Main & Ocean Avenue
Ocean Grove
Contact:  Tony Bryson   (via FB)
We meet by the flag pole. We typically head out south and run through Bradley Beach, Avon, Belmar and Spring Lake and then back to Ocean Grove. Sometimes we head into Asbury Park. Join us and run anywhere from 3-10 miles with a great group. If you show up on the right night, the group picture might be clear enough to prove you were there. 
THURSDAY - 6AM
Rise n' Shine 
Belmar Boardwalk at
16 Avenue (Dunkin Donuts)
Contact:  Deborah Alpert ( via FB )
"Rise 'n Shine" is geared toward runners who like to get up and get their run done before starting their work day. This group meets every Thursday around 6:00 a.m. on the boardwalk in Belmar, near Dunkin Donuts. Both members and non-members are invited to join in on the run.
THURSDAY - 6PM
Convention Hall
Asbury Park
Park in the lot behind The Wonder Bar.
Contact:  Bob Both  or 
Dana Jacoby  (FB)
The Thursday group run starts in either Belmar or Asbury Park depending on the time of year. We currently meet at Convention Hall in Asbury Park. We usually run 4-6 miles on the well-lit boardwalk which is a very safe place to run. Occasionally some will extend the run for 8 miles. We have a steady group comprising all paces & experience levels. All paces are welcome.
We usually go out to dinner afterward, so bring your appetite as well!.

SUNDAY BODMAN - 8AM
Bodman Park at Clubhouse
Navesink River Road, Middletown
Contact: John Kilduff (via  FB )
Meet at the Clubhouse Market Street, Middletown. Groups run from 6 to 22 miles mostly on trails through Hartshorne Woods Park & Huber Woods & surrounding areas. There are plenty of hills— a perfect run for marathon training. There are water stops & refreshments at the end. There is also the opportunity to walk on Sunday mornings. The distance is six miles & start time is variable. 
We need people to help with this long-standing group run. If interested, please contact the club President. Send email to:  president@jsrc.org  
SUNDAY RunDay - 7AM
Main & Ocean Avenue
Ocean Grove
Contact:  Barbara Hanlon ( via FB )
  We start on the Boardwalk right by the flag pole. We typically head out south on the boardwalk and run through Bradley Beach, Avon, Belmar and Spring Lake and then back to Ocean Grove. Sometimes we head north into Asbury Park. Join us and run anywhere from 3-10 miles with the great group of regulars. When its marathon training season, don't be surprised if runners are getting in between 12 and 20 miles. If you show up late, you will likely start in Wave 2. 


Club Information
Club Officers
President:  Robert Galizi o
Vice President: Karen Kelly
Secretary:  Joe Freeman
Treasurer:  Mindy Brady
Web Master:  Mike Relli
Logistics:  J ohn O'Gorman
Social Media: Mike Procopio  
Directors at Large:
Jack Cheer
Peggy McKean
Membership Coordinator:
L aura Moetz
Volunteer Coordinator: 
Newsletter Editor: Barbara Hay
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Web Master Emeritus: 
Logistics Emeritus: 
Phil Hinck
Volunteer Coordinator Emeritus: 
T ina Duda
Social MediaEmeritus:
Carly DePolo

Membership Updates: 
Send change of address to:
Membership - JSRC
P.O. Box 7492
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702

RACE DIRECTORS :
To get your race listed or publicized in the Newsletter, please send information directly to:  EDITOR@JSRC.ORG

To avoid erroneous information regarding your race details, RACE INFO MUST be submitted by the race director or their designate; otherwise information will not be considered valid or included in the newsletter.
Next Club Meeting
WEDNESDAY- June 26
Goodwill Hose Company
Belmar

2019 Club Meeting
Schedule
Subject to change
July 30
Monmouth Beach Cultural Center.
Special Guest will be Ivy Rehab .
August 27 –
Deal FD - BBQ
September 24 –
Shillelagh Club
October 29 –
Manasquan FD
November 26
Bradley Beach FD

Club Events
Saturday, August 31 Saturday in the Park Women's 5K

Saturday, September 14 | 6:00– 9:00 p.m

Late October
Deal Trick or Trot 4 Mile Race - TBD Late October

November 10 HASHaTHON:  

November
Fall Train Run

December 1
Navesink Challenge -
Registration coming  


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Friday, June 28
Upcoming Races
Click on the race name to see more details

June 2019

Saturday, June 8
Spring Lake, NJ

Verona Park, NJ 

Sunday, June 9
Wall, NJ Municipal Field.
Fred Rummel loves this race.

Tuesday, June 11
Asbury Park Fire Department
Asbury Park, NJ

Saturday, June 15,
Red Bank, NJ

 
Saturday, June 22
4th Annual Love Life 5K , Manalapan, NJ

Union Beach, NJ

Sunday, June 23
Pine Beach, NJ

Thursday, July 4
Wall Firecracker 5 Mile Run and Walk
Wall, NJ

Saturday, July 13,
Belmar Five Mile Run , Belmar, NJ

Click here  or go to  JSRC.org  to view the complete race calendar.
June is National Safety Month
Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 44. The good news is there are many things people can do to stay safe and prevent injuries. During National Safety Month, everyone is encouraged to learn more about important safety issues like preventing poisonings, transportation safety, and slips, trips, and falls.
Did you know that nine out of 10 poisonings happen right at home? You can be poisoned by many things, like cleaning products or another person’s medicine. 
Other causes of injury in the home are slips, trips, and falls. More than one in four older adults fall each year often resulting in broken bones or head injuries.
Doing other activities while driving – like texting or eating – distracts you and increases your chance of crashing. Almost one in six crashes where someone is injured involves distracted driving.
Summer running tips:
Do it early
Studies show a direct relation between higher temperatures and lower performance for elite runners.
For a 5K or 10K run, temperatures above 63 degrees Fahrenheit can begin to hinder performance in female runners.
In order to minimize the effects of  hot summer days  on your workout, schedule your run early in the morning or late in the afternoon when the temperatures aren’t as high.

Wear the correct gear
Choose clothing made from technical fabrics designed to perform in the heat. There are many lightweight pieces that have vents or mesh to allow for maximum breathability, fabrics that wick moisture in order to keep you dry, and itms that also have  sun protection.

Don’t forget about your feet
It’s equally (if not more) important to wear socks that wick, cushion and keep you cool. Look for styles that feature padding around the ankle, in the heel and the ball of the foot, as well as some arch support, for added comfort. Toe socks are a great option to help prevent blisters from developing between your toes.
For an extra oomph, dab a bit of peppermint oil to the soles of your feet before putting your socks on. Not only will this help keep your feet cool, but the antibacterial properties can help fight bacteria from developing  during your run .

Kick hydration up a notch
It goes without saying that you need to pay extra attention to  stay hydrated   in hot weather. The amount of water you need varies depending on your body mass, the day’s temperature and the intensity of your workout. Generally, you should drink about 16 ounces of water before you start and 16 ounces for every hour you run in order to maintain proper hydration.
Make sure you don't drink too much water, as over-hydration can dilute your body’s blood sodium levels causing hyponatremia. The best way to know how much water you need to drink is to follow your thirst as the human body is built with an amazing water-balancing mechanism.
Slow it down
As temperatures rise, the heart works harder to deliver blood to your muscles while also attempting to regulate body temperature, which can result in a higher  heart rate  at the same running pace. You’ll notice your pace automatically slows down as the days get hotter. Don’t fight it. You can safely run the same distance in the summer if you do so at a slower pace. Pay close attention to how you feel and add more walk breaks as needed.

Mind the chafing
Chafing can be worse in the summer as sweat creates added friction between skin-to-skin and skin-to-clothing rubbing. Prevent this by wearing shorts that cover your upper thighs and a bra with flat or covered seams. Be sure the  bra  you’re wearing isn’t too tight as it can dig into the skin and chafe. You also want to avoid baggy clothing, since the added material can cause irritation. For other vulnerable areas, such as underarms, apply sports lubricant or Vaseline.

Do not run with earphones
Most runners have the bad habit of tuning out while running, and consistent loud music makes it easier to escape from the hyper-alertness of our everyday lives. When we dull our senses, we are less effective in the case of a surprise. If you must run with music, only use one earpiece, and switch ears during your run.

Run against traffic
It makes it easier to see a vehicle coming, and it also helps prevent traffic related accidents, especially if you like to run in the early morning or at dusk.
Please, remember to use the JSRC link when you buy anything from Amazon to raise money for the club.  Click Here for the Amazon Smiles link.