Senior Training

This section provides details for routine and once-off club training activity.

GCH Senior Training

  • Posted on: 6 February 2006
  • By: GCH Web

Run LocationsThis page shows the main group training sessions for the club. Click on the image to the right for a map showing the locations. Keep an eye on the homepage for any last-minute updates to the sessions below.

If you are an established runner come to one of the sessions in Dangan, introduce yourself and chat with the leader to find out what session will suit you. If you want to start jogging/running please check out our Fit4Life training section.

Tuesday 7.30pm-8:30pm Intervals/Hills/Long Repetitions - Track at Dangan (6:30pm during Summer)

A regular club track session at the athletics track in Dangan. Warm-up beforehand at 7pm around hockey pitch.

Thursday 6:15pm Tempo Run - Dangan Pavilion

Warm-up starts at 6pm, with tempo run 6:15pm sharp

Saturday 10am Long reps/Hills/Tempo Session - Dangan Pavilion

Starts with a warm-up.

Sunday 9:00am Long Run - Cathedral

The Sunday morning run starting at the Cathedral (on the footpath opposite main Cathedral doors) has become an institution. This is about 11 miles although shorter options are available.

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Senior Training Plan for March & April

  • Posted on: 24 February 2015
  • By: JoanneOB

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Senior training plan attached thanks to Matt Lockett.

Track Training from 7.30 (warm up done) at Dangan Track every Tuesday.
Unoffical Training session every Thursday (see attachement.
Training from Dangan Pavillion every Saturday from 10.00am.
Sunday Morning Long run from the Cathedral at 9.00am.

Check out Facebook for updates.

Heatmap - where people run in Galway City

  • Posted on: 22 February 2015
  • By: Vincent

Many runners log their miles using a GPS-enabled watch. The map below shows the areas in Galway that have been most logged for running. Dark blue means it's a route used a lot, and red used even more. Cappagh Rd (Parkrun), The Prom, Dangan and the racecourse are all heavily logged. A similar view is available for biking routes, or biking and running combined:
http://labs.strava.com/heatmap/#13/-9.09386/53.28223/gray/both

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