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RUNCOMMON

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10 miles - 4 Uncommon locations. Whether you are joining for the whole run, part of the run or you’re part of the cheer squad – all welcome!

About this Event

Organised with MobFit, Runcommon is a great chance for all Uncommon members to take part in a wellness activity, whether you are joining for the whole run, part of the run or you’re part of the cheer squad – all welcome.

In preparation for the run, we’re hosting various free training sessions, talks and workshops for Uncommon members:

Run & Reps with elite running coach Sam Barnes

Every Wednesday @ Uncommon Liverpool Street or Uncommon Borough

Sam Barnes, holder of the 1-mile record for the Serpentine running club, and sub 2:30 marathon runner, will lead weekly Run & Reps classes to help Uncommon members increase their speed and strength in preparation for Runcommon, or any other running event they might have in 2020!

Ultimate Recovery Workshop

Tuesday 4 February @ Uncommon Liverpool Street

12.45PM

Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for you and for your family and friends. Discover the 4 key areas for ultimate recovery to allow you to unlock greater energy, productivity, and maintain better mental and physical health. We will be covering: sleep hygiene, optimal training, nutrition and mindfulness.

Runners Strength & Mobility

Wednesday 12 February @ Uncommon Liverpool Street

12.15PM

It sounds odd, but you need to do a lot more than just run to prepare yourself for a run! Not enough people prepare their body to run. Proper mobility allows joints and muscles to work optimally, and necessary strength exercises allow for greater speed & stamina. The combination of the two make for injury-free training and quicker race times.

The London Marathon in 10 Pictures with Chris Finill

Wednesday 26 February @ Uncommon Liverpool Street

6PM

Chris Finill is one of the 10 remaining ‘Everpresents’ – a special group of runners who have run every single London Marathon since it began in 1981. On top of this, he also holds the Guinness World Record for the most consecutive sub-3-hour marathons – an incredible 33 and has also run across America. There are few people more qualified or experienced to talk about the history of the event, the things to expect and prepare for in the build-up to the big day and inspire you to your best London Marathon finish time, whether it’s your first or you’re a seasoned vet!

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