For those not on FB Hi all Don’t forget this weekend’s Striders 6th birthday virtual challenge (see previous announcement) and please post those selfies too. In addition we’re also going to host a virtual Zoom ‘party’ this Saturday 30th (7pm start). Please ‘drop in’ if you can and raise a glass for our 6th birthday. The idea is to also have a virtual quiz during the ‘party’ too. Nothing overly competitive but who knows those much sought after Striders (not so exclusive) pens could well be on offer! The link to Saturday’s Zoom birthday event and more details on the quiz will follow. Good luck with the weekend birthday run/walk challenge, remember 6 is the magic number. Hope to ‘see you’ on Saturday via Zoom and as always stay safe…
Morning all, Here is todays virtual session. Thank you for doing this session within the current Covid-19 rules. 500m repeats at increasing pace Find a safe location where you can run at speed. Run 10 x 500m with 2-minute recovery between each one. Your first 500m should be slightly slower than your 10k pace. Gradually speed up each two reps so your last rep is slightly faster than your 10k pace. Remember to warm up and cool down before and after your session. Take care on any icy, or flooded, surfaces. Enjoy
Morning all, Here is today’s virtual session. Remember, this should be done without the current Covid rules. 3,2,1 repeats - Run at effort for 3 minutes then recover for 1 minute - Run at effort for 2 minutes the recover for 1 minute - Run at effort for 1 minute then recover for 2 minutes Repeat the above a further 2 or 3 times. Your faster minutes should be about 80% effort. Your recovery should be a walk or very slow jog. Remember to warm up and cool down before/after your session. Please take care on any icy surfaces. Enjoy!
Date For Your Diary Hard to believe that Stockton Striders is six years old this month. Traditionally the last Friday in January sees us host the Striders birthday party and annual awards night. Sadly this year of course the event can’t happen. However the committee still feel it is important to mark the occasion of our 6th birthday. To help us celebrate we are inviting all members to take part in a virtual run/walk over the weekend of 30/31 January (adhering to current government covid restrictions at all times please). In recognition of our 6th birthday virtual runs/walks should incorporate the number 6 in them. For example the distance could be 6k, 6 miles or could involve 6 x 6 hill reps, etc etc (you get the drill). After completing…
Hi all. Here is todays virtual session. Remember, this should be done within the current Covid-19 rules. Reducing intervals · 7 mins effort · 1 min recovery · 6 mins effort · 1 min recovery · 5 min effort · 1 min recovery · 4 min effort · 1 min recovery Your effort pace should be 80% and your recovery should be a very easy walk of jog. Don't forget to warm up and cool down before and after you session. Please take care on any ice surface.
For those not on FB Morning all, Here is todays virtual session. Remember, this should be done within the current Covid-19 rules. Hills Find a long hill. Run up and down the hill 6 time. After the 6th time have a 2 minute walk recovery. Repeat this a further 3-4 times. When running up hill you should be running at 60-70% effort. Jog down the hills. Don't forget to warm up and cool down before and after your session. Also, please be careful on any icy surfaces. Enjoy!
Here is todays virtual session. Remember this should be done whilst sticking to the current Covid-19 guidance. Mile repeats Run 1 mile at a pace just faster than your 5km pace. Follow with a 2 minute walking recovery. Repeat this a further 2 or 3 times so you have ran a total of 3 or 4 miles. You should aim to complete each mile at the same pace or slightly faster than the last if you can. This is a good session for improving your 5km pace. Remember to warm up and cool down before and after your session. Please also take care on any icy pavements. Enjoy!
Extract from Government guidance following the recent national lockdown announcement on 4.1.21 Exercise You can continue to exercise alone, with one other person or with your household or support bubble. This should be limited to once per day, and you should not travel outside your local area.You should maintain social distancing. Mindful of the current restrictions the clubs plan in the interim is to continue to post unofficial virtual sessions until the current lockdown situation changes. Stay safe and take care. Andy J