Mullingar, INTERMEDIATE Running Block, 8 weeks


This is an 8 Week Intermediate Block, not for the absolute beginners but for those who have completed the Beginners Blocks before & wish to progress to the next level but feel they are not ready for our regular 7pm Speed Work yet!!

This group will also suit anyone who run a little themselves, but feel they are making no progress or are stuck in a rut.

This group will also suit those who are making a ‘return to running’, helping you get back into your stride in a structured way, overseen by a professional coach

Maurice is always willing to help answer any questions or queries you have in relation to your training during these sessions.

An upfront advance payment of €50 is required for this block to secure your spot



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