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Club10k - Return Week 3

 

WEEK 3 Newsletter

YOU ARE STEPPING UP!

Keep up the good work with the track and Strength/Repeat sessions, you have been working really hard and there is a purpose to working at intensity for your running. These sessions test you both mentally and physically, and they are very rewarding so keep it going. 

A reminder to really focus on good technique when you start to fatigue in a session, particularly in the Strength/Pace session, as the session progresses make sure your strength work within the circuit component isn't compromised. Quality not quantity team!

Remember consistency is key,  try to get to every session as we progress through each week. One session at a time. 


MORNING GROUP

EVENING GROUP

BOTH GROUPS

  • Saturday 16 September 7.30am
    Meeting Point: Hansen Park, (entrance off Hawford Road)
    Run Route: Click here 

Course Description:
All roads are open, please run on the footpath at all times and abide by the pedestrian road rules 100%. Your safety is your own responsibility.

  • Run down pathway to the bridge and turn right (don’t cross over the bridge). Follow Fifield Tce all the way along (river is on your left). 

  • Take care crossing over Ensors Rd, Wilson/Waltham, Tennyson Streets. 

  • Continue along the river until the small footbridge at Malcolm Ave/Eastern Tce intersection, CROSS OVER FOOTBRIDGE and run back along the opposite side of the river. You will be on Palatine Tce. River is on your left.
  • Follow the river until your turn around marker. 

  • KM markers out: 3.5km, 4km, 6.5km

Saturday Course Image: Click on image to enlarge


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Good Days and bad days

As athletes, we all have bad training days. Those days where it feels like you are wearing concrete shoes and no matter what you try nothing seems to be able to turn it around. All runners go through this - it's a part of the sport. Ideally it will be a one off thing and you would find your running mojo again in the next session but if you find that you are having a period where you continually behind the eight ball here are some tips to help you find the other side:  

  • Outside Factors: Are you busy at work or are you staying up too late at night? Outside factors have a massive influence on our running. If you are tired because you are working too hard or aren't getting enough sleep your performance will suffer. Think about the outside factors that you could be affecting your training and then develop a plan to get on top of them. 
  • What type of session is this? Every session doesn't need to be run at 100%. When you think about the training programme there are some sessions that require more from you than others. It's a good idea to think about your sessions as A, B, or C sessions. An 'A' session is where you want to be 100% focused on giving everything you have. In Club10k this would be your track session and for Advanced runners the pace session. The 'B' session may be your longer Saturday run and the other sessions would be your 'C' sessions. Thinking about your programme this way helps you to have the right focus for the harder sessions but also allow you some breathing space in the other sessions. 
  • Red Flags: Are you getting sick? If you find you have had a few bad training days in a row it may be that you are a bit under the weather at this time of year there are lots of colds and bugs around. Allow yourself to step back from the programme to get yourself right. We know that this isn't ideal as you may want to keep training but if you keep going when you get sick you can prolong the time it takes to recover. By pulling back for a short period of time and focusing on getting better you will be back to running at 100% faster.
  • Where's the enjoyment? Sometimes a loss of mojo can come because running has became a bit 'samey'. In this case do some self reflection and spend some time finding the challenge and enjoyment that you get from running. It may be catching up with mates or aiming for a time that you will know will push you. Finding the enjoyment will help you find the spring in your step again. 

If you find you are going through one of those tough patches remember that you can always talk to one of our coaches about it, that's what we are here for ;-) 

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A tale of suffering, transcendence and two men named Mike on a quest to find their breaking point. Follow The North Face ultra-runners Mike Foote and Mike Wolfe on their 600-mile run through sketchy solos, whiteouts, and utter exhaustion. 


  • Remember, the running programme is priority number one in your exercise regime. We know that some of you are cross-training while doing the running programme. Remember that for the next 8 weeks, this should be your priority, then stretching then strengthening. Even if you feel awesome at the end of the week, resist from over training..stick to the programme!


'Once word. Stretch.' -  Coach Jo

 
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