Pace training, Weds 13th June, 7.30pm

Endorphin boosting pace running

Nothing gets the endorphins pumping like a pace session. You may arrive dreading it but you will leave feeling as high as a kite.

Pace sessions are essential for all runners, beginners and seasoned alike. They build power and speed and can help your running efficiency and posture come on and leaps and bounds.

Some of our runners who have been with us for a year started believing they would never get any good at pace sessions. Now, they’re regularly knocking whole minutes of their pace time.

And if that doesn’t grab you, then the fact that you continue to burn more calories after pace sessions than a slow distance run, and it recruits more muscles in your bottom helping to create a better shape, should!

Don’t worry if you are a complete beginner as these pace sessions work equally as well for you to build distance.

We run and always return to the same place over shorter distances for a number of repetitions so you won’t be left for dust!

Please comment and let us know that you are coming.

Coach: Rachael

Meet: LIfeguards hut, Hove Street South

Parking: King Alfred’s Centre car park

Drop in: £5

 

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13 responses to “Pace training, Weds 13th June, 7.30pm

  1. I’ll be there
    Lisa x

  2. Will be there
    Ali

  3. Jenny Holmes

    I’ll be there
    thx Jenny

  4. Tor Del Federico

    I’ll be there, Tor

  5. I’m coming along x

  6. Hi will be there, want to try my ankle so maybe a hobble session for me!!!

  7. Hi , I’ll be there , Kirstie

  8. I’ll be there – innes

  9. Donna Conway

    Hi there, I would like to come along and try this out!

  10. will be there – see you guys in a bit x

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