The new Year 2018 got off to a good start, with so many Oh ladies attending a parkrun. Whatever your goals, running is good for your well being, fitness, health and socialness. If you cant make a parkrun, why not pally up with a friend and go for a jog or join in with a club run. See details on the Oh Ladies website and their facebook page.
Congratulations to the Oh ladies that have started this year with a parkrun and hats off to Carrie Hudson and Rebecca Terry for a 2018 parkrun PB
Results for the last 3 weeks of 2017. Well done to all the Oh ladies for their running efforts for 2017. Whether you did a parkrun, a race event, a club run or an individual run, every step counts towards your well being, fitness and health goals. Pat yourselves on the back and set new goals for 2018.
Here are the parkrun results: Name – Date – Event – Time – Position – Gender Position – Total in the field
If your New Year’s resolution is to exercise more then our award-winning running club can help you stick to it with the latest of our popular beginners courses, which starts on Wednesday January 10 at 6.30pm.
The six-week course, hosted by fully qualified leaders aims to improve participants’ fitness as well as teaching about technique. At the end of the course, the runners will ‘graduate’ with a 5k Parkrun at Ellenbrook Fields, Hatfield.
“You are more likely to keep your New Year’s resolutions if other people are involved and trying to get fitter as part of a group means you will get lots of support and encouragement,” said Oh Ladies chair Carrie Hudson.
“The first session is free so come and give it a try. We’ll do our best to help you achieve your running goals,” she added.
The rest of the course costs £27 which includes club membership for a year.
The beginners group will meet outside the Club de Havilland building behind the Herts Sports Village on the University of Hertfordshire’s de Havilland Campus.
Spaces are limited so to book or for more information contact us.