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Gear Up for the 10K

As the 10K race day draws near, the excitement is palpable. Whether you’re 18 or 70, a seasoned runner or a first-time participant, the upcoming event is a chance to challenge yourself, achieve personal milestones, and experience the joy of running. With less than a week to go, let’s find the inspiration and motivation to make this race an unforgettable experience.

Long Live Penkridge runners!

Russell Breeze

Embarking on a journey from Weight Watchers to marathons, Russell Breeze (Pr Primary Run leader) found solace and support with Penkridge Runners. Each step marked a triumph over his past self, with fellowship, growth and endless joy fuelling his stride.

Snickers to Marathons

Lee Simmons- Before & After

In 2009, I faced a pivotal moment – my expanding waistline demanded attention. From struggling to run 50 meters to conquering marathons, my story is a testament to the power of perseverance and stepping out of your comfort zone. Join me in my journey of self-discovery and triumph.

Discover the benefits of circuit training

Discover the benefits of circuit training

The Wednesday sessions at Penkridge Runners, encompassing core work, circuits, strength exercises and technical routines, offer a comprehensive training experience tailored specifically to the needs of runners within the club. This well-rounded approach to training provides numerous benefits that directly enhance the performance and overall experience of all our members.

National Nutrition month

National Nutrition Month - March

Embarking on a running journey, whether you’re a novice just starting out or someone in their mid-fifties or older, brings its own set of challenges and triumphs. Nutrition plays a pivotal role in supporting runners at every stage, from building endurance to promoting recovery. Let’s explore how proper nutrition can benefit beginners and midlife runners alike across various distances, along with some wholesome recipes tailored to their needs.

Common knee injuries

Runners Knee

The knee is the body’s largest joint and made up of four bones; the shin bone (tibia), the thigh bone (femur), a smaller bone on the outside of the leg (fibula) that attaches to the shin bone and helps support body weight, and the knee cap (patella). The knee joint is called a hinge joint, as it can bend, straighten and twist.

FU Anxiety

Paula Kimberley

In a world where the pressures of everyday life can weigh heavily on our shoulders, finding solace and clarity can sometimes feel like an impossible task. But for Paula, a member of Penkridge Runners (PR), running has been her saving grace, providing not only a means of physical exercise but also a powerful tool for managing her anxiety and gaining self-confidence.

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