Sunday 27th August 2017 | Kew Boulevard

 

TRAINING

 

NEED COACHING AND GROUP SESSIONS TO GET IN SHAPE FOR THE RUN?

Come join the de Castella Run Coaching training group and receive professional coaching and access to an established training group to help you prepare for this years event.

Anthony de Castella is younger brother of Rob and distance running coach to the Old Xaverians Athletics Club and the Hawthorn Triathlon Club. Anthony has been coaching athletes of all abilities for over 15 years. An Athletics Australia Level III distance and middle distance accredited coach, Anthony organises and coaches group training sessions three times per week. See below for training session details.

If you would like more information, or to be added to the de Castella Run Coaching Weekly Email Newsgroup  – Contact Anthony on decastellaruncoach@gmail.com

 

TUESDAY          6:20PM          XAVIER COLLEGE  – Barkers Rd, Kew

Session includes 2-4km warm up, session briefing, specific session which is tailored to individual needs, and warm down of 2-4km. These sessions attract between 30 and 60 runners on average and includes beginners, intermediate and advanced runners of all ages.

 

THURSDAY       6:00PM          THE TAN TRACK – Birdwood Ave (near Park St & Domain Rd)

The group is divided into two based on goals and fitness levels of the runners;

Group A: TEMPO – Completes a longer run with a tempo section within – mainly aimed at marathon and distance runners

Group B: INTERVAL – Completes a group warm up, followed by an interval or fartlek type session and a group warm down – aimed at middle distance and beginner runners

 

SATURDAY        8:00AM           THE TAN TRACK – Birdwood Ave(near Park St & Domain Rd)

The group is divided into two based on goals and fitness levels of the runners;

Group A: THRESHOLD: Completes consecutive laps of the Tan with a gradual increase in pace building to threshold pace running. Followed by strides for form and a short warm down run.

Group B: INTERVAL – Completes a group warm up, followed by an interval or fartlek type session and a group warm down – aimed at middle distance and beginner runners