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We are proud to be partnering with Prevea Health again as the Official Health Partner of the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon. Since 2000 Prevea has been heavily involved in the Green Bay running community and the experts at Prevea Health have created many resources to help you stay healthy, enjoy training and achieve your running goals.

Prevea Training Runs

Prevea offers free Saturday morning training runs from January through May. Participants at all levels, from first timers to experienced marathoners, can attend. Each run includes weekly event updates, stretching, water and Gatorade and free injury consultations. Watch for more information in late fall.

Prevea Running Health Tips

Prevea has compiled a wealth of running health tips that touch on many topics including safety, medical, exercise, running, nutrition, mental toughness, and apparel and accessories. Learn more.

Prevea Pints & Pointers

Prevea is again sponsoring the free monthly virtual Pints & Pointers speaker series for Cellcom Green Bay Marathon participants. Prevea Pints & Pointers is a free series featuring expert speakers who offer tips and answer questions about running and preparing for the marathon. Learn more.

Prevea Training Guide

Whether you are looking to complete your first full or half marathon, set a personal best or become a healthier person, the Prevea Training Guide provides the information you will need to train successfully. Learn more.

Prevea 5K Training Program

Interested in training for the 5K? Prevea Sports Medicine has developed a 6 Week 5K Training Program for those who are interested in a shorter distance race.

Prevea Luv2Run

The 2021 Prevea Luv2Run Program will not take place due to the event being held virtually.

The Prevea Luv2Run program encourages youth interest in the sport of running and increases youth participation in the annual Cellcom Green Bay 5K run/walk. The six-week curriculum includes information about running basics and nutrition and can be facilitated by an adult, regardless of running experience. Learn more.