Embrace the Hybrid Athlete Within: The Birth of PACE


The Birth of PACE

In the bustling world of fitness, where routines are sacred and progress is paramount, there emerges a new frontier – PACE. Born from the innovative minds behind REVL Training, PACE isn’t just about running; it’s about forging a community of hybrid athletes, pushing boundaries, and redefining what’s possible beyond the four walls of a REVL studio.

At its core, PACE seamlessly merges with REVL’s core programs – MOVE, SWEAT & PERFORM – to create a diverse hybrid approach to fitness. PACE isn’t just an add-on; it’s an extension, encouraging members to explore the synergy between strength training, conditioning, and running.


So, What Exactly is PACE?

Initiated by REVL Training, PACE represents a paradigm shift in the way we approach fitness. PACE is about pushing the boundaries of what it means to be a REVL member. It challenges individuals to transcend their comfort zones and embrace a more diverse hybrid approach to fitness. It serves as a bridge between the world of running and the core programs offered by REVL Training, demonstrating that these disciplines are not mutually exclusive but rather complementary.


Why Should I PACE?

Running is often perceived as a solitary activity. However, PACE seeks to redefine this perception by emphasizing the importance of community, connection, and culture within the running experience. Through PACE Socials, members have the opportunity to connect with fellow runners and REVL enthusiasts, fostering a sense of camaraderie, similar to what’s often experienced inside a REVL Training studio – If you’ve done a TEAM SWEAT before and loved the post-session bond, then you’ll love PACE.

Within the realm of fitness, the term “hybrid athlete” represents an individual who excels in multiple disciplines, blending strength, agility, endurance, and versatility to achieve peak performance. PACE recognizes the potential within every REVL member to embrace this hybrid athleticism and pushes them to unlock it through its unique approach. PACE challenges REVL members to redefine their relationship with running – to see it not just as a solitary pursuit but as a catalyst for personal growth and community connection. By integrating running with REVL’s core programs, PACE empowers REVL members to become hybrid athletes who excel in multiple domains of fitness.


While running is undoubtedly a valuable component of any fitness routine, PACE recognizes the importance of balance and diversity in training. By integrating REVL’s core programs – MOVE, SWEAT & PERFORM – into the running experience, PACE encourages individuals to explore different facets of their athleticism beyond just cardiovascular endurance.

Strength training, for example, plays a crucial role in injury prevention and performance enhancement for runners, allowing them to run stronger and more efficiently.

Similarly, conditioning training can significantly improve running performance by enhancing speed, power, and endurance. By incorporating these elements into their training regimen, PACErs can elevate their fitness to new heights and achieve their goals with confidence and determination.

PACE doesn’t just complement the core REVL programs – it enhances them. By leveraging the general physical preparation developed under MOVE, SWEAT & PERFORM, PACE provides members with a comprehensive approach to training that maximizes results and fosters long-term success. Whether you’re a beginner looking to improve your running form or a seasoned athlete aiming for peak performance, PACE offers the tools, guidance, and support you need to reach your full potential. When you participate in PACE, you’re not just a runner or a gym-goer; you’re a hybrid athlete. You experience the symbiotic relationship between strength training, conditioning, and running, understanding that each component contributes to your overall fitness and performance.

It’s time to Put your REVL training to the test – you’ll be surprised by how well the REVL program transfers over to endurance sports like running and vice versa.

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