Our training - what, when, and where

Where do we meet?

We meet in the car park at St Nicholas Park, Pilgrims Way for most of our Tuesday and Thursday evening sessions. There will be times where we will meet in a different location for specific training sessions. We will keep you updated through our social media, training programme on Team Up and club diary.

Our weekend runs are usually on a Sunday morning. The meeting point varies so that we take advantage of varied routes into the countryside surrounding Stevenage. We split the weekend runs in two parts. An early 5k-4 mile run followed by a longer 5-8 mile run. This gives our runners more flexibility to choose between running one or both, depending upon their own running objectives.

What3words location

You can easily find us by using the what3words app. Our what3words location is spray.point.bolt

When do we train?

During the week we train on a Tuesday and Thursday. The  sessions start promptly at 6:45pm and you will find us meeting from 6:30pm. This gives you chance to meet fellow club members for a chat before you run. We also have a training run on most weekends. The starting location of our weekend runs vary so we can take advantage of the surrounding countryside of Stevenage.

How do we train?

Our training sessions are designed so that anyone who can run at least 5km can take part. They are varied between using conventional interval training, steady and threshold running, hill training and fartlek runs. 

We use the cycleway network within Stevenage. These give us safer routes to run on and avoid cars and other traffic. Some of our training sessions, particularly on Sundays, will take advantage of the wonderful trails and countryside surrounding Stevenage.

The Team Up app

 All of our training sessions are powered by the Team Up app. This gives all of our members free, easy access to our training sessions and club activities from their mobile devices.

Members simply download the app to their mobile device and then copy the URL link that is given to them when they join the club. All training and club activities can then easily be seen.

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