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Running Squad

Have a love for running but find it tiresome and boring on your own?

Have reached a certain speed but find you are not getting any faster?

Want to train for you're first 5k, 10k, Half or even Full Marathon?

TRI FITNESS RUNNING CLUB is the perfect solution!

Running is one of the best sports you can be involved in, not only for fitness purposes, but also because it can be done just about anywhere with minimal equipment. You only need a good pair of running shoes and the motivation to get going. But running by yourself on a treadmill or a track can get old fast. Joining a running club like TRI Fitness can provide a lot of benefits:

Top 5 reasons to join the TRI Fitness Running Club:

  • Motivation and Accountability
  • Increased Performance and Fitness
  • Expert Advice and Coaching
  • Bigger Social Circle
  • Fitness, Friends & Fun!

It is a great way to stay motivated and accountable to meet your running goals, increase your fitness and performance, get expert coaching, and make a bunch of new friends–all in the safety of a group. You can’t lose! 

"Just wanted to say a big thanks to Russ Smith and Digger. I've managed to knock 3 minutes off my 5k time in the last 3 weeks just from incorporating the techniques from the TRI Fitness Running Club.  Really pleased with the progression and can't wait for more to come” 

Martin Dean, TRI Fitness Running Club Member 

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Running Squad Information Pack.

You'll also receive our Run Smarter Pack
including
"Interval Sessions: Test Yourself on The Track "

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I’ve been going to the gym on and off for probably the last 20 years and never have I managed to achieve the gains I have over the past 4 weeks working with Russ

Martin Cottell