Weekly Training Plan  

The Timetable:

Day

Start

End

Session

Squad and Coaches

Monday

11:30

13:00

Swimming

Lanes 3-4

All

Coached

Monday

16:00

18:00

Strength and Conditioning

Indoor Sprints Hall

All

Coached and Live-Streamed (17:00-18:00)

Tuesday

8:00

9:00

Spinning

Studio (Meet outside gym entrance)

All

Coached and Live-Streamed

Tuesday

11:15

13:00

Swimming 

Lanes 1-2

All

 

Tuesday

16:00

18:00

Running

Outdoor Track

All

Coached (17:00-18:00)

Tuesday

18:15

19:45

Swimming 

Lanes 3-4

All

Self-led

Wednesday

8:00

9:15

Swimming

Lanes 5-8

All

Coached 

Wednesday

13:30

-

Group rides

Meet Outides Chancellor's

All

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Thursday

7:45

8:45

Spinning

Studio (Meet outside gym entrance)

All

Coached and Live-Streamed

Friday

13:00

14:45

Swimming 

Lanes 5-6

All

Coached

Friday

19:00

20:00

Strength and Conditioning 

Indoor Sprints Hall

All

Self-led

Friday

19:00

20:00

Running

Outdoor Track

All

Harry

Saturday

10:00

12:15

Swimming

Lanes 3-4

All

Self-led

Weekends

-

-

Girls rides

All Girls

Whatsapp/Facebook 

Weekends

-

-

Weekend rides

All 

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The plan explained:

In order to join in our swim sessions you will have to do a short SU swim test. You can do this by booking onto an organised swim test through the SU website or emailing the committee to find an appropriate time. We will then be happy to advise you as to which group would be best for you to train with if you’re not sure. The advanced group is recommended for those who swim sub 6mins for 400m free.

The Wednesday rides are organised by cyclist ability. There should be something for everyone with beginner, intermediate, advanced and mountain biking groups.

Spinning sessions cater for all abilities so anybody is welcome, however there are a limited number of bikes so it is first come first served. 

Running sessions are suitable for those of all abilities. Sessions may differ dependent on ability to enable everyone to get the most out of every session. 

If you are new to the club, don’t feel like you have to do all the sessions. In fact that would be pretty impossible to manage, so just do the ones you can/ want to. Providing those training in the advanced sessions make the times, anybody is welcome anywhere and there is no minimum number of sessions you have to do. The coaches and committee members are always happy to discuss your training with you so don't be shy about asking for advice.