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The Redding School of the Arts – Charter School for Artistic Students

The Redding School of the Arts is a charter school in northern California. The school nurtures artistic talent and provides excellent opportunities for students in an artistic setting. The arts programs at Redding School of the Arts are designed to nurture all students with artistic leanings for the betterment of the local and global community. Many studies have shown that students who participate in any kind of artistic engagement do better in all other areas of academia. The Redding School of the Arts has visual arts, music, and drama programs for students of all abilities.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

The Redding School of the Arts (RSA) strives to provide an environment with high academic and behavioral standards and a multicultural and multi-lingual emphasis that exposes students hungry for knowledge to all kinds of people and ways to taking in the world. The administration favors an approach that immerses students in a broad spectrum of perspectives as a vital part of the full artistic academic experience. With many other schools gutting their artistic programs, RSA remains a bastion of artistic expression and for the training of the community’s next wave of important artists who can put their vision and their experience into the world.

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA supports the Redding School of the Arts with regular contributions. He believes in fostering a fertile artistic community by investing in its future. Khetarpal is the VP of Business Development of a Bio/Tech company in Redding. He loves supporting his community, especially its educational endeavors.

 
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Posted by on October 14, 2015 in Business, Society

 

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How to Get in Shape for a Marathon

Whatever your reason for running a marathon, whether you want to test yourself, run for a charitable cause, or compete in a race, the first key is to develop a consistent and challenging training regimen. To stay consistent, remember your motivation for those cold, early morning runs. Here are the four steps to training for a marathon:

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

Anshul Khetarpal Redding CA

  • Base Mileage. If you’ve never run a marathon before, start your training early. You will need to build enough stamina to run 20-30 miles a week a year before the race and up to 50 miles per week four months before the race. Most marathon training programs last between 12 and 20 weeks. Never increase your weekly mileage by more than ten percent each week. This will train your body to running long distances on a regular basis.
  • Long Runs. Every seven to ten days, run for a longer distance than normal. Over time, you will want to push your distance to about twenty miles on a single run, but remember to never push your body too hard or you will risk injury. Every three weeks, scale your long runs back again before adding more mileage to your long runs.
  • Speed Work. Every week or so, press the tempo for a few miles. Try to run four repetitions of a fast mile with light jogging or walking in between. You can also time yourself for more rigorous runs. Warm up and warm down with some easy miles before and after your speed work.

Anshul Khetarpal has trained for and competed in several marathons in Redding, CA.

 
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Posted by on October 1, 2015 in Business, Society

 

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