Training Sessions

The Striders Tuesday Run

What Four paced groups (10:15 minute miles, 9:15, 8:15 and 7:15) led by UKA qualified Running Leaders, usually with a tail leader at the rear of each group.  We co-ordinate four stops so that you can move up or down groups during the course of the session. Our Tuesday sessions are a really good chance to get to know other club members, discuss training tips, etc. Ideal for a recovery run after a weekend race.
Where: Borderville Sports Centre, Ryhall Road, Stamford (or when the Football Team is playing at home we will run from The Cattle Market, which is just on the south ide of Stamford Meadows - check on the day or day before under the Running with Striders menu).
When: Tuesday, 7.00 pm sharp

Hill Repeats Sessions

What: Structured effort sessions of either hard interval work or hill work, designed to give you that extra boost of speed when you most need it in a race. Come along, run at your own level, and you`ll soon start to notice the difference in your times. A sure way to improve your PBs.
Where: Usually outside the front of Borderville Sports Centre, Ryhall Road, Stamford (but please check our Facebook page for news of any alternative meeting points - these are normally posted on the Thursday afternoon/evening)
When: Thursday, 7.00 pm sharp

The LSR - Long Slow Run

What: Longer distance run at a slower pace, often 10 - 12 miles with variations to suit individuals. Faster runners are encouraged to turn and run to the back of the group every so often, so that the group doesn't get too straggly.

Where: Usually Bath Row, Stamford (but please check on our Facebook page as this can vary).
When: Sunday, usually 8:30am (but times are generally confirmed on Facebook).

Other Activities

Many Striders enter races - you will quite a few of us at local races, especially our Club Championship events, but also further afield.

In the winter we run Moon Runs from time to time - head torches and high viz are essential as we head off out into the countryside - tremendous fun and these certainly add a new dimension to your running.