Our regular training consists of two core elements:
- Track training,
- Muster Run.
We also provide training for Cross Country in the winter as well as ad-hoc training covering core muscles and general fitness.
This point is called your lactate threshold, and interval training is all about encouraging your body to do all it can to offset this point, and to cope mentally when it does come – so you can run faster for longer. Your body responds to interval training by growing extra capillaries to transport more oxygen to your muscles, strengthening your heart to pump it round, and developing the capability to buffer more lactic acid.
The Muster Run
The muster run is a longer, more continuous run that builds up endurance.
Endurance not only enhances your performance while working out, but also contributes to your overall health, providing you with energy, improved heart function and increased metabolism.
We recognise that not everybody runs at the same speed hence 'mustering'. This is where at certain points in the run (for example every mile) the front runners will run back to the last person and hence the whole group re-groups.