Summer Running Courses starting next week!

Join the women's running revolution

Join the women’s running revolution

What with Tough Mudder, the South Downs Half, and more we have been a bit quiet on new running packages of late. Well, that’s about to change!

We start our fantastic new summer season of running packages, workshops and more next Wednesday.

Starting next Wednesday 19th June (you can join us on Sunday if you miss the first day) we have a 6 week beginners Trail Running Course, 12 week to the Bacchus Half Marathon course (come and join the Fitbitch crew as we run through the Surrey vineyard in fancy dress – or run it fast!), both with accompanying Biomechanics for Beginners Workshops (which can be booked separately) on Hove Seafront next week.

PLEASE NOTE, NEITHER OF THESE COURSES WILL BE AVAILABLE ON A SUNDAY AS A DROP IN. YOU MUST BOOK THE COURSE TO TAKE PART.

If you’re one of our regulars and looking for something more challenging, check out our new 8 week Power Your Half Marathon Pace starting July 17th, which includes a workshop on Pace when booking the course. You need to be able to run 6miles when the course starts, and to be able to run a certain pace.

There are lots, and lots more coming up including beginners to Arundel 10k course, Half Marathon training for Amsterdam, Royal Parks, Brooks 10k, Rise 8k and more.

To make sure YOU don’t miss out on new courses, subscribe to this website. JUST make sure when you get the confirmation email (check spam) you click yes to the link or it won’t work!

Booking our courses gets you great savings on our usual prices, as does our annual membership which is now £280 for the year or £160 for six months.

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