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Sunday Clinics


Starting in the Spring, each Sunday clinic begins promptly at 7:30 a.m. with a 10-minute talk by Dr. Jack H. Scaff, Jr., FACSM, Clinic Founder. After Dr. Scaff’s talk, volunteers lead beginner, intermediate, and advanced group training runs.

WHEN: Beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m. (don’t be late), March 8th through December 6th, 2020 — except for 3-day weekends.

WHERE: 3833 Paki Avenue, Queen Kapiolani Park, Waikiki, Hawaii. (Building across from City & County Paki Hale).

WHAT: An informative talk about marathon training and related subjects (diet, cholesterol, shoes, injury, etc.) that are physiologically and medically correct.  No shamanism! Followed by group training runs led by experienced volunteers.

GROUPS: Participants will split into three groups:

Beginners – sedentary types and people just starting to exercise.
Intermediates – already running, but don’t know how to transition to a marathon.
Advanced – similar to intermediates, but at a faster pace.

GOAL: Our primary goal is to teach the benefit of habitual endurance activity (1hr – 3x per week) and to provide a safe and welcoming place to practice it. 

It is never too late to join in on the clinic training. All training routes are out and back, so we can easily find you a pace coach and distance to match your readiness level at any time of year.

COST: FREE! (We make it up in volume.)

Sign Up Today!

Please complete the online form below if you attend our Sunday Clinics in Kapiolani Park. If your info changes during the year, please simply resubmit the entire form again. Thanks!

(This online form takes the place of the paper form we used previously.)

Optional, but appreciated. Used strictly for research.
In consideration of your accepting this form. I, the submitter, intending to be legally bound, hereby, for myself, my family, my heirs, executors and administrators, forever waive, release and discharge any and all rights and claims for damages and causes of suit or action, known or unknown, that I may have against the Hawaii Sports Foundation, Honolulu Marathon Clinic, or ASPAC, its officers, directors, employees, agents and representatives, successors, volunteers, and assigns, for any and all injuries suffered by me.

I attest that I am physically fit, am aware of the dangers and precautions that must be taken when running in warm conditions and have sufficiently trained. I also agree to abide by any decision of an appointed medical official relative to my ability to safely continue or complete the event. I further assume and will pay my own medical and emergency expenses in the event of an accident, illness, or other incapacity regardless of whether I have authorized such expense.

Further, I hereby grant full permission to the Honolulu Marathon Clinic and/or agents hereby authorized by them, to use any name(s), photographs, videotapes, motion pictures, recording or any other record of these training sessions for any legitimate purpose at any time.