Beginners Program

Introduction

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Looking to start running...? If the answer is yes, then this program is for you.

Starting on Tuesday 10th January 2017 at Broomfields recreational centre, we will be running a (free) 16 week program ran by qualified run leaders, aimed at getting you up to a 10k distance.

If you are interested in finding out more, then please speak to one of our members at any Tuesday or Thursday evening session, or alternatively please join our Warrington Road Runners Beginners & Newbies Group on Facebook for more information.

Who is the course for

The Beginners' Course lasts 16 weeks and we welcome all abilities, from those at jogging / walking stage, up to more regular runners. By the end you should be able to run 10K continuously.

Where is it based

All sessions start and finish at Broomfields Leisure Centre. We will work slowly with you, building up your confidence, endurance and strength in what we hope you find an enjoyable way.

Who are Warrington Road Runners?

WRR is an England Athletics affiliated running club established in 1977. Our members are a mix of social and competitive runners with ages ranging from 18 to 60 something, roughly one third women. Click here for more information

Where do we run

We meet regularly to run on the footpaths and roads of South Warrington with summer routes including some scenic runs through woodland, fields and canal paths. We also hold a Thursday evening session on the track at Victoria Park for those members of the club who want to work on their speed.

Health and medical conditions

Unfortunately we are not in a position to give specific medical advice. If you are unsure of whether or not you should participate in our club runs because you are concerned about your health or have a medical condition, you should consult a doctor or medical professional.

More information

Want to know more then e-mail Ian Edge with your query by clicking here and he will be glad to help. We also have a group setup on facebook for the beginners group, click here to access the group.

Ten tips to help you start running safely

New runners often try to run too far or too fast at first. This is particularly true if you join a running club and feel you should be keeping pace with more experienced runners. The key to running is to push yourself, but not so hard that you become injured or ill. Top tips are:

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