John Desmond will be running three 11 week training programmes for the 2019 Dungarvan 10 mile road race and they start on Monday the 19th of November 2018.
These are based on training for 3, 4 or 5 days per week so they should suit most people. Even if you’re not doing Dungarvan, they should get you into good shape for any other race around that time.
A. Easy/Improvers – Based on 3 days training (20-30 miles per week)
B. Intermediate – Based on 4 days training (30-40 miles per week)
C. Performance – Based on 5 days training (40-50 miles per week)
More details sent by mail to all club members.
Back in 2005, the club was much smaller with somewhere in the region of 50-60 members. It was also a time before the running boom really took off.
Here are three of the posts from the archive for 2005.
WILL OF IRON … Mary Cotter
SOSNOKSKI MAKES HIS MARK
BELGOOLY 4 MILE 2005
Amsterdam 2018 Marathon Report
By Pat O’ Connor
I started running for the first time late 2006 at the age of 39 and still remember that first run. On the way home that day I heard a radio promotion for the Cork Marathon to take place in June 2007, first time to take a marathon back to Cork since 1986. I found an old pair of runners and off I went, no idea where I was going or how far I should run I just kept going, from Ballincollig in the Straight Road, cut across past the Tennis Village out Model Farm Road and back Killumney road to my house. Curious how far I went I hopped into the car to drive the same route – just over 9 miles.
Club Notes & News for October 2018
[eagleAC] Eagle AC weekly club email 25.10.2018
EAGLE AC Weekly Club Email
Congratulations this week to Pat O’ Connor on a great performance in Amsterdam a great result, and Ruairi has the details below for you so I won’t spoil the surprise! Great stuff Pat!
The very best of luck to all our fantastic Eagle AC runners heading to the Dublin city marathon this Sunday! The long training plans have come to an end and it’s time to put all of those plans into action and make to most of your time on the roads of Dublin, we hope everyone has a great day out and you reach your planned targets.