Want get fit? Feeling intimidated by designer kit and gadgets? Afraid you’ll be too slow?
Joining a running club can be a daunting prospect, especially for a beginner. if you are worried whether you are ‘good enough’ or ‘ready’ to join Shrewton Running Club the answer is YES! Continue reading “The benefits of joining Shrewton Running Club”
It was with a little nervousness that I approached this race, not so much because of the run itself, but mainly because it was over 3 decades since I’d done an organized run and I wasn’t really sure what to expect. On paper the race itself looked like an easy re-introduction. Following the route of the old Somerset and Dorset Railway, it headed out of Bath through 2 former railway tunnels for 5k, before turning and re-tracing its steps for the return journey. Apart from being a bit different, being an ex-railway line meant it was flat…wonderful. Continue reading “Event Review: Bath Two Tunnels 10k, Feb 26th 2017, by Andy A”
As a child I hated most sports. I still do, and am one of the very rare males who can’t stand football. I think my problem is that I am inherently non-competitive which really is not a great trait if you want to excel at sport. Continue reading “My Running Story – Nick”
After retiring, I joined a gym to keep my fitness levels up and after three years of treadmills and cross trainers I needed a new fitness challenge. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy the gym and attend regular strength training classes, but I wanted something else and importantly it had to be out in the fresh air. Continue reading “My Running Story – Jane Baxter”
I run faster when I’m angry!
So I never used to run for fun, no honestly I didn’t! Even the thought of it just seemed completely pointless. I used to take part in x-country at school just to make up the team , always coming in last and usually being told to get on the mini bus so all the marshals could go home!! Continue reading “My Running Story – Roxanne Foster”