Covid 19 Update

Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic our usual training and running schedule has been suspended for the time being. At the present time, we are following EA guidance and all our training and running session are booked, in advance, through the shop on the website. This enables us to ensure track and trace is available and also to ensure we can practice social distancing and other health and safety measures to keep our members safe. All sessions offered by the club have been risked assessed in line with EA guidance. 

Covid 19 Sessions

  • Monday Track session at Aldershot Military Stadium starting at 7pm
  • Tuesday Training Sessions  various locations in Fleet starting at 7pm
  • Wednesday Session at Edenbrook Country Park starting at 6.35pm
  • Thursday Training session starting at 7pm
  • Thursday Club run (coming soon)
  • Saturday 3.4 mile led run starting at 9.00 am
An explanation of various sessions is listed below
 
1) Fitzroy Road – Speed work – 200m/400m/800m & 1k intervals
2) Turners Avenue – Speed work – 400m/800m or timed pyramid intervals
3) Ibworth Lane – Hill Work – Short hill repeats
4) Hawkley Way – Hill Work – Kenyan Hills – looped endurance session
5) Mounts Way – Hill Work – Hill SeeSaw based on two hills – strength endurance
6) Avenue Road – Hill Work – Long & short hill repeats or Fartlek session
7) Knoll Road – Speed Work – Varying distance looped intervals/ Cloverleaf
8)Aldershot Polo Fields – Speed work – 400m/800m intervals or timed efforts on grass
9) Track – Speed work – 200m/400m/600/800m & 1k and timed Intervals
10) Wednesday evening and Saturday morning – Led run up to 3/4 miles recovery pace
All the sessions are mixed ability. I hope this helps you decide.

Please book in the Shop section of the website.

The schedule below has been suspended for the

time being. Please see above for club activities. 

Hart Road Runners is a friendly, inclusive running club for runners in the Fleet, Church Crookham and surrounding areas. We meet as a club outside the entrance to the new Hart Leisure Centre in Emerald avenue in Fleet (but this can vary so please check the calendar) on Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm and Thursdays at 7:00pm. There are a number of other sessions that take place so please see the Coaching page to find out which sessions are right for you.

HRR was formed over 30 years ago by a small group of sporting enthusiasts from Fleet & Church Crookham area, who wished to train together for the first Fleet Half Marathon. In those days the Club was known as the “Fleet Run for Fun Club”.

The Club went from strength to strength, with the name changing to “Hart Road Runners”, in fact, the Club still has some of those founder members running today.

The objective of the Club is to encourage and promote amateur road and cross country running in a inclusive and supportive environment. To meet these objectives we offer the following activities to any runner who either wants to develop further or just run for fun: Track training, Coached Sessions, Social and Group runs, Road Running and Cross Country Leagues, and Club Competitions. Our aim is to offer as many diverse and interesting activities as possible so that there is something to suit everyone.

The club meets regularly on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays so why not come down and join us, meet the coaches and try out a couple of sessions. If you decide to join you will have access to our highly trained and experienced coaches, who can offer training plans suited for your individual goals. You will also receive our weekly news emails and to enjoy other club benefits. Please click on the link to find out more information on how to join the club or attend a first session.

We receive a lot of queries about what standard you have to be to join. As mentioned above, we cater for those who can run 5 km to semi-elite. If you can run 5 km (at any speed), we’d suggest Wednesday evening sessions and Saturdays. If you can run around 10 km (at any speed) come along on a Thursday night – you can either join our 6 mile run or a further distance of around 7-9 miles. In winter these are road runs, in summer we go off-road quite a lot. On Tuesdays we run coached sessions of speed or hill training and are mainly on-road but again sometimes off-road in summer. On Mondays we run sessions at the track.

The Club is managed by a Committee of members, according to the rules laid down in our constitution. We are also affiliated to UK Athletics, the Amateur Athletics Association and other recognised sporting associations from time to time.

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