TRAINING

We offer varied training sessions geared to helping members become better all-round runners.

From longer runs, sprint training, intervals or hill sessions, there’s something to suit everyone no matter your ability. 

Our friendly coaches adopt a ‘no pressure’ approach to training which allows you to take things at your own pace suitable to your own needs and current fitness levels. 

Our sessions are also a great social opportunity to chat with other runners and make new friends!

DAY

Tuesday &

Thursday

WHERE

Town sessions start from Cockermouth Leisure Centre

TIME

6:30pm
Prompt Start

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Full club training sessions are each Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30pm. 

 

Click on the calendar event for full details and location information. 

OFF ROAD

Please read our risk assessment for DAC off road and trail sessions. 

Summary:

  • Minimum Kit requirements for low risk routes in good weather conditions: - General suitable running attire with appropriate footwear.

  • Minimum kit requirement for all other routes in any conditions: - Waterproof whole-body cover, hat, gloves, whistle, (torch for non-summer)

  • Run Leader with each group to carry: - emergency food, survival bag, whistle, mobile phone and small first aid kit.

TRAINING

Full club training sessions are each Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30pm.  

We are pleased to be able to offer a varied training plan over summer including track sessions at Cockermouth School, on road sessions in and around Cockermouth and off road sessions at various locations in the Western Lake District. 

SESSIONS

A typical training session lasts around 60-70 minutes, which normally includes a warm up and cool down stretching afterwards. 

FACILITIES

There are currently no facilities available to us during the sessions. 

Please do not park in the Leisure Centre car park. Parking is available on Isel Road, St Helens St and Castlegate Drive. 
Nearby parking area is listed for the trail and fell runs.

WINTER

In winter high visibility clothing such as a reflective top is necessary, and due to our rural nature many winter routes will also require a head torch.  Off road shoes are advised for some training sessions, and this will be made clear on the training plan above.