You may not believe it but running can be fun.
It doesn’t have to be about running races, huge distances, or being super-fast.
You may never have run before or have started and then given up but it’s never too late to lace up your trainers and learn to run for fitness.
As someone who never did any sport as a child, I really can say that with the right encouragement and support you can do it. It is fun and there are great benefits for your physical and emotional well-being. Not forgetting that you will meet some fabulous people along the way.
Women’s beginners running courses
All sessions begin with warm up and for the beginners the first few weeks will involve a mixture of walking and gentle jogging - all designed around your abilities . All you need is a comfortable pair of trainers and comfortable clothing that you can move in. Lycra is optional! Many ladies worry that they will be the slowest or aren’t fit enough or want to wait until they shed a few extra pounds, but we all need to start somewhere. The key is to start.
If you are further along with your running I also offer a range of other running courses including 5k - 10K courses and 10K to 1/2 Marathon.
To find out more or book your place on any of theses courses visit the book online page.
Women’s weekly social run outs
Perhaps you have already started running and would like to run in a small and friendly group whilst improving your fitness, speed, distance or perhaps run a little further? Would like to improve your Parkrun time? Your speed is not important as we have group runs to suit everyone from Run/Walks to 10K's.
The group runs are designed to be encouraging and inclusive to all abilities and you will get the support and you need whilst having the chance to chat and make new friends. Each run will also include a warmup and cool down with stretches in addition to the main session.
We are a Run Together group so if you would like to book a group run session or find out more you can do so via this link.
"I have had the pleasure to be supported by Sue during her Run/Walk Group and 1-1 Training and find Sue to be extremely supportive and I have never felt under pressure to achieve more than I am capable on that given day. Sue is very professional but also a very kind person". Kerry
"I moved into the area and was nervous about feeling like I would be letting the other ladies down if I couldn’t keep the pace but how wrong I was. Sue and the group are so friendly and encouraging and I’m really enjoying it, there is a class for every one to feel comfortable in". Lorraine P