JOIN THE FIT LIKE JOGGERS
It's been difficult for many people during lockdown. Getting outdoors for a run is one of the best ways to improve your mental and physical health, as well as engaging with other people in a safe environment
The FLJs have been back running again since March 2021, and follow all the relevant Covid guidelines in place.
Everyone should sign up in advance through the Spond app. Although this is no longer a legal requirement, it has become a great way to manage group sizes.
In the evenings, we have a FASTER 5k group, a LONG 7.5k group and a JOG 5k group (Fast, Long, Jog - FLJ).
Twice a year, we run our Couch to 5k programme, and so there will usually be a C25k group, in addition to the above.
Keep an eye on the social media channels for details of when we start a new programme, although you are welcome to drop in any time, if you feel you are able.
The main group runs will be on Monday and Wednesday evening at 7pm, and we will hold a combined 5k group run on Wednesday and Friday mornings at 6am.
THE FIT LIKE JOGGERS
Couch to 5k and Beyond
Located in Aberdeen, The Fit Like Joggers Club provides a great opportunity to begin your running journey. You never know where it might lead you...
- Wed, 29 DecBrewDog Castlegate
- Wed, 24 FebThe Great Western Hotel Aberdeen
- Mon, 11 JanHammerton Store11 Jan 2021, 19:00 – 19:45 GMTHammerton Store, 336 Great Western Rd, Aberdeen AB10 6LX, UKNo promises, but we "hope" to start a new Couch to 5k Programme in January 2021. Under current restrictions, numbers will be limited to 13 participants in each group, and we may have two separate groups going. Open to anyone who wants to get in to (or back to) running.
The FLJs are an equal opportunities group, and welcome all adults, regardless of race, religion or sexual orientation.
The FLJs provide an inclusive environment for a wide range of members. Runners should treat each other and members of the public with respect. No one should feel that they have to disclose personal information or explain any aspect of their lifestyle.
Runners will have differing levels of comfort and confidence about their ability. Some may be nervous about participating in a group and others may require support to be part of a wider group. As a club we recognise only positive encouragement and support, as well as tolerance and acceptance.
Should anyone feel that this statement is not the being upheld by us all, then please contact one of the leaders.