Beginners Marathon Training Seminar - 14th February - SIGN UP NOW
The Club has organised a Marathon Training Seminar for beginners. Click above for details...
Planning to run your first marathon in 2011? Feeling a little overawed or need specific questions answered? The Club has organised a Seminar aimed at guiding you through the whole experience from training to post-race recovery. Specific topics will include:
- Are you really ready for the challenge?
- Target-time setting (and adjusting)
- The key training sessions
- Building up the miles safely
- Injury/illness Prevention
- Race practice
- The Race and what to expect
- Post race recovery
Followed by a 15mins Q&A session.
When & Where: Monday 14 February 2011, 6:30pm start in the GREYCOAT Room, Civil Service Sports Club, 1 Chadwick Street, Westminster, London SW1P 2EP (map here)
Registration: Please see this page to sign-up. Places are limited to 50. ** If your plans change or you can no longer make it please take your name off the list so others can benefit.**
Speaker will be Andrew Reeves, currently training for his 6th London, with a debut time of 2:41 in 2005 and is Men's Road Relay and previously Track and Field Captain.
Note: This seminar is ostensibly for first-time marathon runners - i.e. runners who already have some experience of running and are moving up from 10k or half marathon distance to the full marathon and are seeking a specific time - rather than complete running beginners who may just want to finish the race. (2nd or 3rd time marathoners who feel they could still benefit also welcome)
Questions? Email here.
Submitted: 12 February 2011