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The Principles of Training

To ensure training sessions and the programmes devised are as effective as possible you need to follow sound training principles. The fundamental training effect is based on the principle of adaptation. The body or mind will react to the stress imposed by training (physical, mental and technical stress) by increasing their capacity to cope with… Read More »

Press Report 28NOV16

Fenland Running Club had seven teams on Sunday in March AC’s annual Hereward Relay with over 100 teams racing from Peterborough to Whittlesey (6.9 miles), to March (10.4 miles), to Welney (11.0 miles) and finally to Ely (10.9 miles) giving a total of around 39 miles.  In a departure from entering the usual fastest men’s and ladies teams,… Read More »

Press Report 24OCT16

Fenland Running Club members faced a variety of distance challenges around the country over the weekend with Ian and Claudia Milburn with Jane Greenwood running in the Holt 10K, Rod Sinnott and Neil Bailey finishing in the Abingdon Marathon and Andre Pittock completing a massive 33 miles in the Suffolk Coastal Trail run.  In Norfolk at the Holt 10K,… Read More »

Press Report 17OCT16

Honeymoon couple Mrs and Mrs Brown (previously known as Justin Brown and Kristy Burton) packed their Fenland Running Club vests in their honeymoon luggage and flew the FRC flag at the Wiki wiki 5k in Hawaii. All off road, it was hot! hot! hot! not to mention up hill!.  Justin was 21st in a time of 24.03… Read More »

Press Report 10OCT16

Press Report 10OCT16 The Perkins Great Eastern Run is the big local event of the year for local running clubs attracting around 4,000 runners and it was no exception for Fenland Running Club who had 28 runners complete the fast, flat half marathon course around Peterborough City Centre.  For some of the newer runners like Hannah Ryan and… Read More »

Press Report 03OCT16

Press Report 03OCT16 Sunday saw Fenland Running Club start their campaign in the new series of the Frostbite Friendly League which is a series of six, monthly 5-mile cross counrty races between 16 running clubs from around the region.  Race 1 was at Priory Park in St Neots and hosted by Riverside Runners with perfect Indian Summer weather… Read More »

15 amazing UK marathons that aren’t in London

Still smarting from that London rejection -take heart, London isn’t the only marathon going down next spring. Those lovely people at Runners World have put together a list of cracking alternatives. So have a browse, get entered, crank up your winter training and smash that PB next spring