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Want Online Fitness Classes? 

Check out the range of sessions we have available to book as you go...

Tired of Running Alone? 

Learn what it's like as a member of Cheltenham Running Club with the highlight's video and various sections below...

Complete the form to try us before you join.

We'll email you with the latest training times and venues.

We help people learn to run faster without getting injured...everywhere...

We have a great community of runners in Cheltenham but they also buy into the ethos of helping people of all ability, anywhere in the world.


They're posting their experiences in our online 5-Day Challenges, supporting members of our online training squads and inspiring new and established runners with their stories. 

Who We Help

Couch to 5k Runners

Learning to run 5k without stopping for a breather or a stretch is unthinkable for most people who join our Couch to 5k Squads but they soon believe thanks to our cushy programme which actually get's you to 5k, not just 30 minutes.

10k
Runners

Those pushing on from their first 5k are often quick step up to join those looking to improve their 10k time. Achieving a personal best 10k is often very simple after learning the relationship between speed and distance. Check out the free gift...

Half Marathon Runners

Many of our members take on a few Half Marathons each year and soon learn the importance of pacing. 

Failing to set a target speed for long runs is sighted as their major lesson. Learn  about building your distances safely via the link below.

Get in Touch with our Head Coach to discuss whether our club is right for you

Why Cheltenham Running Club?

Cheltenham Running Club

That Family Feeling

Club members tell us they feel like they're part of a family soon after joining. This is thanks to the culture of support which has been ingrained from the club's inception. 

Learning to run...not just learning from mistakes...

Our 5-Day Challenge, online courses, blog and Facebook Groups ensure that members can learn how to run and recover from their runs. This means less injuries, more enjoyment and faster times. 

Beginner Runner Courses

Beginner Runners Course

Failed to finish the NHS Couch to 5k App? Learn from others who were in your shoes just 4 months ago...

Our Beginner Runners Course is literally saving people's lives, or so they say...

Park Run in Cheltenham

Every 13 weeks we target the Park Run in Cheltenham's Pittville Park. We do this at the end of our 10 week programme so runners can push for a new personal best and Couch to 5k Runners can participate in their first organised running event. 

Park Run in Cheltenham
Progressive Running Programme

Progressive Running Programme

Our runners progress through a 10 week programme which get gradually harder as our runners improve in ability. 

The goal for each runner is to progress one pace group each time the start a new programme. 

Yoga is a fantastic way to prevent the muscle tightening which leads to 90% of running injuries.

These classes are suitable for beginners to intermediate yogis and all level of running ability. 

Friendly People and a Good Atmosphere

Great club, supportive and inclusive. Very good for beginner runners. Friendly people and a good atmosphere on training sessions. Would recommend to all

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Nicole Stent

Couch to 5k Success

Learning about pacing and intervals has completely changed the way I run. I know it is important to run the best way for me and to not compare my journey to anyone else's. I would like to thank Conor and the members of the club for their continued support, I couldn't do this without you!!

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Emily Woods
Couch to 5k and Straight to Half Marathon

All club runs have been great, even that first club run

Fantastic running club. All club runs have been great, even that first one, when I arrived I realised how supportive and friendly it was. Looking forward to another year of club runs, excellent coaching and future club social events!

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Pippa Dixon

Meet the Team

Conor Graham Cheltenham Running Club

Head Coach: Conor Graham

Having moved to Cheltenham from New Zealand in 2012, Conor founded Cheltenham Running Club as a means of helping more people to improve health and fitness than ever possible in his personal training business. 

His background in strength and conditioning paved the way for a new culture where training comes first and racing shows results. 

Conor is a Run England Coach in Running Fitness as well as a Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach & Level 3 Personal Trainer. He has been a self employed Fitness Professional since July 2001.

Phone 07580 481454

conor@cheltenhamrunning.co.uk

Physiotherapist in Cheltenham

Head Physiotherapist: Katie Foster

Kate Foster specialises in rehabilitating and preventing running injuries through a combination of manual therapy, massage and acupuncture. 

Weekly meetings with the club's head coach mean programmes are optimised and members are well cared for.

Katie has presented a vast range of educational workshops to save members money on Physiotherapy.  

Phone 07580 481454

http://katiefosterphysio.co.uk/

Nutritionist for Runners in Cheltenham

Head Nutritionist: Georgina Graham

Georgina helps our members fuel themselves better for running and day to day life. Members benefit from higher energy levels, weight loss and putting a stop to intestinal discomfort. 

She achieves this through a process of identifying which foods are causing negative symptoms and replacing them with other which provide equivalent or better nutritional value and taste. 

George runs group nutrition programmes on Monday nights and Friday afternoons which help members improve energy levels, manage their weight and much more. 

Support is always available with meal ideas, recipes, and consultations provided in person and via phone or email. 

Phone 07765 869670

www.cotswoldbetterhealth.co.uk

Yoga for Runners

Yoga Instructor: Sarah Vallance 

Sarah is a Qualified Yoga instructor and runs our Yoga for Runners class on Monday nights. 

She uses vinyasa yoga to improve flexibility, strength and stability at the start of each week. In vinyasa yoga classes, members coordinate movement with breath to flow from one pose to the next. 

Sarah has a very calming personality which is infectious and members comment on how her classes reset them after their long Sunday runs. 

Contact us if you'd like to try a Yoga for Runners class... 


 The Management Committee

 Club Chairman
 David Clarke

 Club Secretary
 Marie Harris

 Club Treasurer
 Conor Graham

 Membership Secretary
 Andy Sawers

 Social Secretary
 Louise Bruce

 Coach Development
 Rob Higgin

 Beginners Secretary
 Leah Maddis

 Club Physiotherapist
 Katie Maddox

Your Invite to Try Cheltenham Running Club

Complete the form to try us before you join.

We'll email you with the latest training times and venues.

Get in Touch with our Head Coach to discuss whether our club is right for you

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