Week 6 Newsletter

Stay Focused

Keep up your consistency

You are all doing so well, you are over half way and the end goal is in sight.

For those of you doing the "Return" programme, your runs are getting longer and we know they may be a bit scary, remind yourself of what you have done to be successful up to this point in time.

Allow yourself to trust your ability and work within levels that make you successful. 

You are all doing so well, keep it up as we work through to the end.

Week 6 Sessions

  • Monday 19 April, 6.10am
    Meeting Point: Waitangi Park Playground

    Map of Meeting Point: Click here

  • Wednesday 21 April, 6.10am
    Meeting Point: Waitangi Park Playground

    Map of Meeting Point: Click here

  • Saturday 24 April, 7.30am
    Meeting Point: Petone Beach Park, click here
    Map of Run: Click here
    This map is for all of our running groups, you will be doing a portion of this course.

Course Description:
Please run on the path at all times and keep left. Please don't run any more than 2 abreast and be responsible for your own safety.

  • Starting at the carpark, we follow the pathway towards the Hutt River all the way along.

  • In McEwan Park, take the 3rd pathway on your left and run up towards Marine Parade.

  • At Marine Parade, cross over carefully and via right to continue along the pathway beside the river.

  • At Waione Street, turn left.

  • Get up to Five all running to time. Turnaround at half way on your watch.


Saturday's Course: Click on image to enlarge

This weeks quick tip: 

'Keep the chart on the fridge. Tick off each day as you achieve. Be proud to tell people.' 
- Pauline Sullivan


How do you measure yourself?

The way we measure ourselves can have a massive influence on the way we perform. A lot of people create unrealistic measurements that lead them to feeling unsuccessful which often leads to them stopping. For this week's education we share an audio podcast that Coach Bevan put together about this topic. 

The show runs for around 60mins, the key content starts around 5mins into the show"

How do you measure yourself?Bevan James Eyles
00:00 / 01:04


Paula Newby Frazier is arguably the greatest female athlete of all time. In 1995 she was on her way to winning her 8th world championship when she hit the wall. This clip shows that some of the toughest athletes have to go through the biggest battles just to finish.

Next Programmes:
Start 10 May

Our next Get up to Five and Club10k programmes 

start 10 May - the week following your final run.

Earlybird rates are available until:
 11.59pm, Monday 3 May

Registrations close 5pm, Sunday 9 May

Register Now:

We would love to see you back running with your team and help you keep your routine up!

If you are unsure of which group to do next, have a chat to our coaches at the sessions and we can help guide you. 

Other News

  • If you find you need some support from us - GET IN TOUCH! We want to see you at the finish line so please talk to us if you are finding it difficult to get to sessions.