|Monday 6:30pm (alternate Mons)||Women's running night||Alternate Mondays at different venues. Women's Run Page||Contact: Joanne Thin|
|Tuesday 12:30pm||Inverleith Park intervals Meet at statue in middle of park warmed up and ready to start at 12.30pm. Varied intervals session each week. Laps on grass. Flat with slight incline per lap. Session normally lasts around 30mins. You too can get muddy like this...||Contact*: Stewart Whitlie or Mark Hartree|
|Wednesday 12:40pm||Bush House Sprints||Lunchtime interval session at the Edinburgh Technopole Bush House Sprints Page||Contact: webteam at carnethy dot com - since they all do it!|
Wednesday Nights (details immediately below) are the main Carnethy Club Nights with runs to suit all and lots of people to run with - come to jog or to train hard or to have a pint with your club-mates...
|Wednesday 7:00pm Unless there is a Night Run or a Handicap. Examples of where we've been here or on the archive training maps page.||Carnethy Club Night Choice of a sociable run or a faster session (normally led by Graham Nash or Jim Hardie)||Meet at Kings Buildings Union at 6:55pm for a 7:00pm start. Map of KB Post run drinks in KB Union bar (cheap beer!)||Contact*: Willie Gibson|
|Wednesday 7:30pm||Introductory & easy run group. Also known as the 'even more sociable run'. Part of Club Night.||More details here Meet at Kings Buildings Union at 7:25pm for a 7:30pm start.||Contact*: Willie Gibson|
|Thursday 7:00pm||Thursday Intervals Thursday night hill-reps session, AKA Wintervals once the nights have drawn in.||Ready to run at 7pm. Meet at the entrance to the Holyrood Palace car park, next to the octagonal wooden hut. Details below||Contact: Fergus Johnston or Jim Hardie|
|Saturday 1:00pm||Junior running||Alternate Saturdays at different venues. Junior Page||Contact: Mary Lye|
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Monday 12:30pm (lunchtime)
|Hill run over Arthurs Seat and surrounding bumps Meet at the foot of the Radical road (opposite Holyrood Palace car park) at 12:30. This is a handicap on the 1st Monday of the month. More details at foot of page. See also lunchtime handicaps page||Contact*: Neil McLure|
|Tuesday 7pm||Speed work with Penicuik Harriers. Meet Beeslack High School. On the flat and mainly based around a routine of warm up, then speed-work and cool down||Contact: Penicuik Harriers|
|Tuesday 7:50pm||Intervals on the Meadows. This is probably the oldest regular training session in Edinburgh. The session that has been going for over 35 years (so lots of tired runners!) organised by Martin Hyman and gets very large numbers. 5 reps of 600m to 1300m. Excellent for all standards of runners as you run the distance to suit you and everyone regroups.||Contact*: Andy Spenceley|
|Thursday 7:00pm||Hill-Reps with Penicuik Harriers In the winter it tends to be up Rullion Road, Penicuik, ie up a gentle rise for a distance of 500m. Session lasts around half an hour. Meet at the Phone-box at bottom of Rullion Road (west end) at 7pm. In Spring, Summer, Autumn they're at Hillend, parallel to the ski-slope. Meet 7pm||Contact: Penicuik Harriers|
KB Run detailsUsually 3 groups catering for all standards and inclinations. The 'fast' group and 'social' group both start at 7pm and the group doing a shorter social run, usually about 4 to 5 miles, will start later at 7.30 so they can finish about the same time and socialise in KB. The fast group will not hold back so if you want everyone to wait for you to catch up the social group is for you. The social group tend to do about 7 or 8 miles in 1.5 hours. You can see lots of reports here and get an idea which group is for you.
Thursday IntervalsEach Thursday we meet to do some intervals sessions around Arthur's Seat. Each session will be around half an hour, so plenty of time to get back for tea. Each week we'll try to do something a bit different in terms of terrain. All the sessions will be off-road, and will range from steep hills, to gradual hills, and maybe the odd flatter speed session just to get the muscles working. The intervals sessions are going to be suitable for all abilities, and should push everyone as hard as they want to push. Intervals are a necessary evil if you want to get a wee bit faster, and it's always a bit nicer with company: the committee have definitely volunteered to partake in the punishment/fun. Meet at the entrance to the Holyrood Palace car park, next to the octagonal wooden hut, at 7pm, warmed up and ready to get started. There are bike racks and the car park is available too, should you want to drive. Note: after the clocks change it will be dark and we might not have good street lighting where we end up doing the session. If you have a headtorch, bring it! Look forward to seeing you there!
Monday LunchtimeRoute varies but usually includes a run over Salisbury Crags then a gentle run up the tourist path to the summit of Arthur Seat, followed by a loop around the subsidiary tops and run down to Dunsapie loch and over the wee hill behind it. The route is finished off with a gentle climb over Whinny hill to return down past St. Anthony's chapel, and just to make up the 7 tops we finish with a wee climb up Haggis Knowe. Allow at least an hour from most city centre offices. The pace is usually that of the slowest, unless it's the week of one of the ad-hoc handicaps, when it's flat out for a mass finish at 1pm.
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