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Running at this time of the year up the Downs is beautiful. The smell of sun soaked grass, fields of poppies and azure blue skies, it’s like being on holiday and certainly takes your mind off the hills.
Whatever, your level come and join us on this Sunday’s run (week two of Palma for those who are following a plan, although stick with the week you’re on if you’ve missed some runs).
It is a hilly run but we will stick with you to help you get through it. And honestly? You’ll feel fantastic afterwards and during because it is so nice up there. If you need to stop and walk so be it. You won’t be left behind.
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There are various options depending on which distance you are running so please comment below letting us know which you are going to do. If you are coming to Palma, please try and make this run.
1. New runners or those taking it gradually – 6kms (4miles)
Meet: Hove park on the corner of Woodside Drive and Goldstone Crescent by the mini roundabout
You will head up the same route with the rest of the group. But rather than turning left with the lead group you will continue up to the top of Devil’s Dyke Road and then turn to retrace your steps. (melissa)
2. Intermediate – 8.5kms (5.5miles)
instead of meeting at Hove Park be ready at 8.45am to leave from the first car park on Devil’s Dyke Road (not Saddlescoombe!) when the rest of the group pass. Just make sure we know you are doing this option. (Katie)
3. Going long – 13.3kms (8.3miles) – a beautiful but hilly run over the Downs with only a small part of the route where you will retrace your steps. (Rachael)
Those going long will stretch at the end with FitBitch inspired yoga with lead trainer, Rachael.
Lead Trainer: Rachael 07855 742195
Back Up: Melissa
Location: corner of Goldstone Crescent and Woodland drive mini roundabout
Drop in: £5
This month, July 11th – August 4th sees FitBitch Boot Camp opening their fifth camp in Brighton & Hove, with their new 7am Queen’s Park camp.
Just like all our existing camps in Brighton & Hove (as well as our 6am crew at the park), you can be assured that in four weeks you will have changed your body shape, your fitness and lots more and it will be fun.
Don’t believe us? Then read The Results page or scan down our posts for comments from our latest camp graduates.
To help celebrate the launch of the camp and make more women aware that FB is coming to their park, we are offering a special deal on this 7am camp only, for these dates.
Book with a friend and you will both pay only £80 each, which will give you 16 sessions along with the exclusive FB eating plan (which usually costs £30).
Our camps, which have been running on Hove Lawns for over two years always sell out with new clients booking and many of our graduates re-booking. The reason they do is because FB is fun, super effective and makes you feel and look good.
It is only a matter of time before that message spreads in the Queen’s Park area, so get in on this special offer while you can. It won’t last.
Don’t worry if you have already booked – you can still take advantage of this offer. Get a friend to pay us £10 and you £70 and you are evens!
This offer is open to new members only (except those who have already booked 7am Queen’s Park camp).