“Improve your speed” training sessions for winter
Covid-19 update: As the official guidance currently stands, starting on Tuesday 30th March, the club will resume Tuesday speed and hill training at two venues. This will be limited to twelve runners at each, observing social distancing before during and after. Members should sign up for places on the Facebook members’ page. Wednesday and Sunday club runs will be limited to groups of six and can be organised by any member on Facebook members’ page. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Club members also see Covid guidelines for our club runs and activities.
Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm during the winter months – see below for venues.
Why do it?
Hill and flat speed training should help develop leg strength, so you can generate more force per stride and don’t tire so easily, it should improve your running technique and help you to develop a quick cadence.
The sessions will last up to one hour and start with a flat warm up.
All standards of runner are welcome, though it is recommended that you are currently training at least 3 times per week and have run for at least 3 months in order to benefit from speed training without risking injury.
Additionally for your own safety you should wear something fluorescent, reflective or bright at these sessions.
Don’t worry if you haven’t tried anything like this before, as we are keen to introduce runners to this type of training.
If you have any queries please email: email@example.com.
Hill rep sessions
Every Tuesday except 2nd and last in the month.
We meet at 6.30pm at the “Woodbourne”, Weybourne Road junction near All Hallows in Weybourne.
This session will start at 6.40pm for those who run there as a warm up.
Flat speed sessions
Every 2nd and last Tuesday in the month.
We will be doing a flat speed session on the industrial road behind Water Lane Sainsbury’s (meet by Alligator Storage Warehouse, GU9 9NP).
This session will start at 6.40pm for those who run there as a warm up, or 6.30 for those who drive there and need to warm up first.
If you think you’d like to have a go then we welcome newcomers at any of our training sessions where you should make yourself known to a committee member.