A hard track based session for improving speed, delivered by York Knavesmire Harriers. 2nd claim YKH Membership required.
All ability and speed of runner is catered for. Drills, games and focused sessions to improve your overall running fitness and ability.
Threshold work to develop leg strength, endurance and speed, delivered by York Knavesmire Harriers. 2nd claim membership required.
Three NEW Running Sessions!
We take great pride in being able to deliver a diverse program of run sessions, all of which are either coached or lead sessions, with two weekly sessions in partnership with York Knavesmire Harriers Running Club.
TUESDAYS: A 6:30pm start at the York University Running Track sees a hard session delivered by YKH Running Coaches to help improve speed and efficiency. To attend this session you will need to become a 2nd claim member of YKH.
WEDNESDAYS: A brand new weekly group run and technique session takes place at the York Sports Village from 7:30pm, working on all aspects of your running, and perfect for novice and advanced runners alike. Participate in group drills and games to work on good running form and technique, and put everything you learn into practice with a focused activity such as Fartlek and Progression runs. Free of charge and great fun, whilst developing your overall run fitness. You can also make it the perfect training session by attending our Bike Handling and Technique Session at the YSV Bike Circuit before it, 6:30-7:30pm. A perfect evenings training! The Bike Circuit pay-and-play entry costs £4 payable at YSV Reception.
THURSDAYS: A weekly Threshold session delivered by York Knavesmire Harriers from the University Underpass. 2nd claim membership of YKH is required for this session. Excellent of improving strength and speed.
SATURDAYS: Whilst not a club session as such, we encourage all our members to participate in their local Parkrun event, every Saturday morning at 9am thanless otherwise advertised by Parkrun. Its a great opportunity to kick off yoour weekend in the right way, meet new people, have an enjoyable run, and also get used to running amongst large groups of people, as well as developing your non-compulsory (until you are at the end!) sprint finish!