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Friday RC News 14/8 – 28/8
A quick catch up on the amazing achievements being made at the Friday Warsash Running Club in the last three weeks.
The Friday club is very sociable and ideal for beginners. You can find out more about the club at http://www.nltraining.co.uk/running-club/
You can see from the times below the progress that can be made running the same route for 3 consecutive weeks before we change to a new route. Greg is a great example. Running the first week at 9m 10s per mile he worked hard during the interim weeks to produce a 9m 07s average today, his 2nd fastest run since May 2013!! There have also been some other amazing performances – Sharon s 8mins per mile on the first week was phenomenal and tough to beat and Lindsey’s sub 10-min per mile on week 2 was one of her best….so far!! Jo and Sue (Daughter and Mother) also had a great run week 1 just missing out on 9mins per mile! And Pete flew round last week! We also had Theresa back whose 9m 17s per mile was nearly a minute per mile faster than when she runs on her own – ideal preparation to improve her fitness for this years Great South Run. Well done to all the runners on a Friday. New routes next Friday and a great time to come and join in after the kids have gone back to school.
TOUGH MUDDER BOOTCAMP #4
TOUGH MUDDER BOOTCAMP #4
MONDAY AUGUST 31ST 10.30AM – 12NOON
THIS IS THE FINAL TRAINING SESSION BEFORE THE BIG EVENT ON SEPTEMBER 27TH!!
THIS COURSE WILL BE COMPLETED AS A TEAM!! IN PREPARATION FOR THE REAL THING!!
SOME OF THE COURSE WILL BE INDOORS BUT THE MAJORITY WILL BE OUTSIDE IN SNOW, RAIN, SUN …..WHATEVER THE BRITISH WEATHER THROWS AT US!!
MAKE SURE YOU BOOK IN NOW AT – http://www.enjoyfitnessstudio.co.uk/online_booking.php
THE ROUTE –
TO BE CONFIRMED ON HERE VERY SOON!!!! WATCH THIS SPACE!!
THE CHALLENGES –
1) Give a friend a lift
2) Keep your Chin up
3) How high is Everest anyway?
4) Walls of hell
5) There’s more than one way top climb a ladder
6) Lillypads & Frogger
9) Just water under the bridge
10) Dick van Dykes
11) A Nasty ViPR Sting
13) You Plank!!
14) Curl up and go!
PLUS DON’T FORGET TO ENTER THE REAL DEAL –
SO FAR WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING 15 PEOPLE REGISTERED –
Please can you send me your e-mail addresses and t-shirt sizes asap to firstname.lastname@example.org
THE DETAIL –
New Life Training have entered a team in to this years Winchester Tough Mudder!!! We have booked a 10am start time on Sunday September 27th!! Come and join us! I will be looking to undertake some pre- Tough Mudder training sessions as we approach the event as well!
To register yourself click on – https://toughmudder.co.uk/events/2015-london-south Maker sure you click on Sundays event and 10am start time. Register and pay for yourself then follow the directions below to join the New Life Training team!
Finally, let me know when you have registered! I will add you to my mail list to let you know about the training sessions as we get closer to the event!
Running Club News 24/8/15
Perfect running conditions this evening. A warm evening with a light refreshing drizzle!! It was a little wet underfoot too but not quite swimming levels yet! Even with the damp weather it was a good turn out this evening and the conditions certainly aided the runners as we achieved 4 personal bests!!!
Sandy, who had a great first run back last week set off in pursuit of Mike this evening and looked to keep close to him up the first part of Brook lane! He literally sprinted round the 2.9mile route on his way back to running fitness. He finished with an average of 8m 04s per mile and made it back for the Tabata class at Enjoy Fitness Studio as well! This was Sandys fastest average since records began on 28/3/11!!!! Well done Sandy!!
Also with a PB this evening was Lindsey. She has had some problems with her pace-maker in recent weeks but it was clearly turned up fast this week as she hit a new personal record for the second consecutive week with a 9m 38s per mile average!! Well done Lindsey. She was aided and abetted by the motivation Sharon, who also helped Theresa round the course. It was Theresa’s first Monday outing with us, although she has attended the Friday group on occasions. Her 9m 57s per mile was a PB for a Monday!
Last week we welcomed Fran to the club, She was magnificent last week and clearly enjoyed it as she went for a run during the weekend and came back for more this evening. She massively improved on last week as well. Taking a huge 1m 13s off her previous time to bring her average down to 9m 36s per mile. Awesome! Next week though she needs to try the longer distance!!.
Greg also improved on last week taking another 33 seconds off his time. His average of 9m 28s was his fastest since May and that was on a much shorter circuit! Well done Greg! It was only Greg and Mike who braved the longer route this evening. Mike had another fast run finishing in 7m 16s average, still along way ahead of the pack!! Last time on this route next week though team and hopefully some more Personal bests!! Well done all!
Running Club News 17/8/15
Today was the start of the Great South Run 2015 10-week preparation plan. It was greeted by a great turn out with some new and old faces returning to the club. Firstly, a big warm welcome to Fran, who ran with the club for the first time this evening. She is booked in for the GSR and started this evening on the shorter 2.8mile route in order to find her level. She impressed though, flying round the course in 10mins per mile. I don’t think she will be on this shorter route for long and I’m sure she will be one to watch at the GSR this year! Also running this route was Sandy. Back from a nasty knee injury from a motorbike incident, Sandy has been working on his fitness, but this was his first run in anger. Not a bad way to return to the club, his 8m 46s per mile was one of his fastest ever with the club and certainly his best since May 2013!! Well done Sandy and welcome back!
Lindsey has been attending both Mondays and Fridays with a little bit of extra coaching from Sharon on a Wednesday. She has been slowly getting faster and fitter but this evening she blew us all away with an amazing run. 5.8miles was one of the longer routes she has completed with the club and she did it in a Personal Best average as well. Her 9m 42s per mile was fantastic and massive improvement from the 10m 17s on a 4.3mile run she did on her first outing with us in June!! Well done Lindsey!
Also running the longer route was Pete. He ran with an energy sachet this evening to give him a boost on the way round! It didn’t quite go to plan though as he spilt it all down his front while trying to drink it running then had to take a detour to find a bin!! He still impressed though, finishing strong with a 8m 48s his quickest run for a couple of months. May be it did work, psychologically!
Jo and Greg kept close as always at the start of the run. This is normal until Jo accelerates away in the later miles, this evening though Greg kept in close contact with Jo right to the end. He was chasing her down Brook Lane and only finished 180 seconds behind! His average of 9m 34s was his quickest since 1st June and it really pushed Jo to 9mins per mile! Good run guys! He’s catching you Jo!!!
Mike had a great run too on the longer route. Finishing as strong as he starts, he flew round the new route in just 41mins! An average of just over 7mins per mile after we had calculated the distance. A great run on the first attempt on this route. He will only get faster in the next two weeks as he familiarises himself with the circuit.
We also had a middle-distance route this evening and both Charles and Sharon tore-up the 4.4mile circuit. For Charles this was the last run for a few weeks and he really put his all in to it! This really spurred on Sharon and they came in at the finish together for a great average speed of 9m 35s. Well done the pair of you!
Finally we had Ryan. He hasn’t been for a while and unfortunately started his run from the rec (are old starting point). Still he finished in the right place and completed his first run back with us in a very impressive 8mins per mile. Welcome back Ryan, I hope to see you at the start next week!
Same routes next week to enjoy as we continue the countdown to the Great South Run!
Running Club News 14/8/15
This Monday (17th August) starts the 10 week training plan for the 2015 Great South Run (see below for details). If you are interested in training for the GSR with New Life Training please contact me on email@example.com.
|Monday||17/08/2015||NLT Running club||Route 1 – 6, 4.5 & 3 mile routes|
|Monday||24/08/2015||NLT Running club||Route 1 – 6, 4.5 & 3 mile routes|
|Monday||31/08/2015||NLT Running club||Route 1 – 6, 4.5 & 3 mile routes|
|Monday||07/09/2015||NLT Running club||Speed & energy systems|
|Sunday||27/09/2013||Winchester – TOUGH MUDDER!|
|Monday||14/09/2015||NLT Running club||Route 2 – 6.5, 5 & 3.5miles|
|Monday||21/09/2015||NLT Running club||Route 2 – 6.5, 5 & 3.5miles|
|Monday||28/09/2015||NLT Running club||Route 2 – 6.5, 5 & 3.5miles|
|Monday||05/10/2015||NLT Running club||Speed & energy systems|
|Sunday||11/10/2015||NLT Running club||10mile route – Lee-on-solent|
|Monday||12/10/2015||NLT Running club||Route 3 – 7, 5.5 & 4miles|
|Monday||19/10/2015||NLT Running club||Route 3 – 7, 5.5 & 4miles|
|Saturday||24/10/2015||Portsmouth GSR – Junior 5k Race||http://www.greatrun.org/Events/Event.aspx?id=12|
|Sunday||25/10/2015||Portsmouth GSR – 10Mile Race||http://www.greatrun.org/Events/Event.aspx?id=12|
|Monday||26/10/2015||NLT Running club||Small run & stretch session|
This blog is a catch up on what you have all been up to while I have been on holiday. A massive thanks to Sharon, Bruce and Mike who have helped keep the running club going while I have been away. Sharon has been a massive Star, helping to motivate people, keeping people on the right routes and writing the blogs for me for the last 2-3 weeks. Many thanks Sharon……
MONDAY 3RD AUGUST –
FRIDAY 31ST JULY –
Summer Class Timetable
Week Beginning 31st August 2015 –
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 31ST
10.30 – 12.00 TOUGH MUDDER BOOTCAMP (IF THERE IS MORE THAN 6 BOOK IN)
18.30 – 19.30 RUNNING CLUB WITH MARK
TUESDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER
10.45-11.30 PILATES / BACK CARE WITH ANN
18.30 – 19.15 KETTLEBELLS WITH STEVE
19.30 – 20.30 BOX CIRCUITS WITH ANDREW
9.30 – 10.30 BODY CONDITIONING WITH LISA
18.45 – 19.45 ZUMBA WITH ELLEN
18.30 – 19.30 TABATA WITH ALEX
19.30 – 20.30 STRIKEFIT WITH ANDREW
9.15 – 10.15 RUNNING CLUB WITH MARK
10.45 – 11.30 PILATES WITH ANN
9.00 – 10.00 INDOOR BOOTCAMP WITH APRIL
YOU CAN BOOK THE CLASSES FOR THIS WEEK NOW AT WWW.ENJOYFITNESSSTUDIO.CO.UK
NICKY AWAY FOR 2 WEEKS FROM YOGA
BRAND NEW TIMETABLE LAUNCHED NEXT WEEK
Running Club News 20/7/15
It was a bit of a wet run this evening with some large puddles along the new routes set for the next three weeks.
The last few weeks have been focused on fitness with hills and multi-terrain pushing the runners harder. The new routes are for people to show how much they have improved with a fairly low gradient course and lots of straight roads. It was only their first attempt this evening and they will undoubtedly get quicker over the next 2 weeks. It wasn’t a bad start though….
Jo and Sue set off together on the longer 6 mile route. They even forced me to go with them after they blocked my route off at the 4.7mile route!! They set a great pace throughout and Jo simply flew up the one main hill along the course on Church Road. Sue caught her back up though and they pushed each other to go faster for the remainder of the route. The result…8m 51s per mile, just 9s outside her PB for Sue set on a much shorter route! The final half mile was interesting as they could see Greg in the distance and picked up the pace to catch him. As they approached Greg sensed the competition and put his foot down in one of the best sprint finishes I have ever seen with the running club. Even a BMW pulling out in front of Greg wasn’t going to stop him ensuring he beat the Girls!! Well done Greg! His 11m 17s was great, especially after his 1 mile open water swim at the weekend. He managed that in 42 minutes 50 seconds Finishing 16th in 60 – 64 age group, well done Greg although it took you 10mins longer to run this evening!
Mike is going to love this run. It is new to him and a head wind slowed him slightly this evening. But a 6m 54s average on a first attempt is awesome and I recon records could be broken in the coming weeks.
Lindsey and Sharon ran the 4.7m route and extremely fast at that! Lindsey’s 10m 16s average was just 7s per mile off her PB which I think will be beaten in the coming weeks. Sharon as always was key in the motivation on the way round.
Sharon will be looking after the running club next week , so many thanks in advance and enjoy the new routes guys!
Running Club News 13/7/15
A good turn out this evening and more impressive was the amount of runners that chose the longer route tonight. Jo, Sue, Greg and Mike all opted for the longer 5.7mile track. This is a tough course with half the circuit being off-road. It certainly works the muscles hard and so no fast times were expected. There were some great runs though. Greg had an awesome run beating the hour and hitting 10mins per mile in one of his fastest runs since May. He is really at peak fitness at the moment and we wish him well with his triathlon this Saturday, good luck Greg!
Sue and Jo had a great run too, nearly finishing in under 9mins per mile. They had a target though – Mandy!! Mandy had a great run, repeating last weeks 4.4mile route, she flew the first two miles averaging under 11mins per mile. Then with the change in terrain came a big head wind as we set back along the riverside. This slowed her down somewhat, and with Jo and Sue closing in behind she pushed herself up the last hill – Shore Road, only to be beaten on the final corner. All that hard work will pay off though and it certainly made Sue and Jo work hard to catch her.
Mike also had a good run on the longer route today, the headwind also slowing him down somewhat from last week. On the middle distance route Pete had a new running partner with work experience lad, Jordan. I am not sure who was pushing who round the course but their average of 9mins per mile was very impressive on this route.
Most improved player of the day though goes to Sharon, She took 4mins off last weeks time on the same route in tougher conditions. A fantastic run Sharon, must have had 3 weetabix today! well done.
Also a big thank you to Sharon for organising the running club on Friday for me. They all had a great run by the sounds of it –
Fridays run was a lovely route, the heat was still very intense but 100% effort from all.
Running Club News 6/7/15
New Life Training had a special promotion this evening…..A free sun tan with every run!! It was a glorious evening and perfect for a run along the river. So a choice of 4.4m, 4.8m or 5.8 miles was devised to encompass some great views and scenery. It was about 50% off road though so quite tough on the legs. No fast times were expected on these routes but a good boost to the fitness levels will definitely result. It was a very female biased running group this evening, with Jo leading the ladies round the 4.8mile route. Mike had taken on the longer run and was catching up with Jo on the homeward stretch. I am not sure if it was Mike behind her or if it was the thought of her Chinese order getting cold but Jo sped up and Mike had to work hard to catch her. This resulted in Mike averaging 6m47s per mile one of his fastest and Jo getting a very quick 9m 14s and a warm Chinese!
In behind these two were Lindsey and Sharon. They seem to compliment each other with their running recently and are getting much fitter and faster now. Their 10m 19s average was fantastic over that terrain and distance. I think the music they listen to helps. Lindsey listened to Armin van Buuren while Sharon listened to a band called compilation!! It worked though!
Mandy had a brilliant run this evening. It was the furthest she has run non-stop for over 8 weeks and in tough conditions. She couldn’t listen to music on the way round so had to listen to Mark waffle on. I think this made her faster to get to the end quicker!!! Well done Mandy, great run
Same routes next week. They are really enjoyable routes people so why not come and join us! Book in now at www.enjoyfitnessstudio.co.uk !!
Running Club News 29/6/15
There was very little rest from the sun on this evenings route, it was hot and due to get hotter too. It made conditions tough for the final run on these routes and no PBs were expected. In fact, many of the runners chose the shorter routes this evening with only Mike and Dennis the Menace running the 6.1mile lap. Greg (aka Dennis) had everyone a bit worried at the end as we all finished and he wasn’t in sight. Had he fallen over? Had he got lost (more likely) or had he run the longer route? No one was really sure, but we were all relieved when he arrived back safe and in a good time too. He was just 1 min behind his record on this route set two weeks ago and in tough conditions that is a great achievement. Mike also sprinted the long route and improved his time from last week by a massive 1 second! Again, with the tougher conditions and the fact he ran a 12mile off road run yesterday made this all the more impressive. Well done gents. I was asked to point out however that Mike did finish just 6th this evening!!!
Pete was first to cross the finish from the runners. His new trainers attacking muscles he never knew he had but taking the pressure off his knees in a way that allows him to run with more freedom now. His 8m48s per mile was pretty impressive!! He managed to fend off Jo and Sue, the mother and daughter team who take it in turns to pace set as they just get faster and faster during the run…..Or is it that Jo is listening to Keith Flint and is chasing him and Sue can hear it and thinks he’s chasing her. Not Sure! Their 9m 14s per mile was very good though, well done Keith!!
Alistair is showing some real dedication to running at the moment. He catches a bus all the way from Fareham to attend the club on a Monday evening. His dedication continues through the run, pushing himself to limit, even with his asthma. His dedication pushed him to 9mins per mile this evening. Then his dedication stopped and he went to the Fern for a pint before going home!! Well done Alistair I am sure it was well deserved!
Mandy is getting back to her running well at the moment. She had a great run on Friday at the club then and this evening she completed 3.5miles non-stop and in a great average of 11m 23s well done Mandy. Sharon and Lindsey ran together this evening and it seemed they set a better pace from the start and were able to maintain it all the way round. Their 10m 27s per mile was just 8s per mile outside of Lindseys PB! Well done ladies.
Next week will be surprise week!!!
Just to let you know I have just booked myself on these two runs, please let me know if you would like to do them with me –
25th Great South Run – Portsmouth – http://www.greatrun.org/great-south-run
30th London 10k – London – https://www.london10000.co.uk/