Clonmel AC Senior Adult Club Training Sessions are resuming

Senior Club News

The Club’s Adult training sessions will resume next Monday, May 10th and also on Wednesday 12th May at the Dr. Pat O Callaghan Sports Complex, Cashel road at 6.30pm. If you have any queries, please contact John at 085-2268828 and Niall at 086 1660888.

The FIT4LIFE group will start at 7pm on Monday nights, led by Aine Butler 0851057176.

These sessions will cater for all levels of fitness as we all try to get back to a good level of fitness.

These training sessions will adhere to the current Covid regulations.

To join these training sessions, members have to register with the Club for 2021 and the fee is 20 euros. This is the link to Club Registration –

https://ClonmelACmembership.itsyourrace.com/register/

New members are always welcome.

Once you register with the Club you will be given your Membership Card.

Due to Covid 19 Regulations, Club members have to book in for each training session on the day in question. This is the link to register for Club Training Sessions

https://membership.athleticsireland.ie/reservation.html

 

After months of lockdown, it will be great to get back to group training again.

These session will be adhering to the current Covid regulations.

Here are just some of the benefits of training with a group

  1. Motivation

If you are ever in need of a pick-me-up, a group training session is your best source of motivation. Having other people exercising alongside you can also give you the boost you need to keep moving – nobody likes falling behind, right?

 

  1. Structure
    When you are training in a group of a similar fitness level, it helps you to be consistent and you know you are getting in good session with the company of other people. It is hard to do a demanding session on your own. So, combining group training sessions into your weekly workout routine will give you a structured foundation from which to improve your fitness level.

 

  1. Accountability
    Just like personal training, group training sessions hold you accountable for turning up and putting 100% effort into your workout. That sense of accountability you feel is what will prevent you from staying put inside and putting on another episode of Game of Thrones.

 

  1. Camaraderie
    Exposure to a social environment is why many people prefer group training to doing the session on your own. The variety of the group session you undertake and the camaraderie between your fellow exercise participants makes group training worthwhile. Knowing that you put in a good session with the group allows you to do easy recovery runs during the rest of the week.

 

  1. Support
    Both your coaches and your fellow participants are there to support and assist you throughout your entire session, training at your own pace in the company of other members. This support group can be just what you need to power through your workout, push yourself a little bit further and reach your running goals.