This Wednesday the following age groups will be training in Sallynoggin (at Holy Child Community School). For those of you who are new to the club, Indoors training is held in the Sports Hall of Holy Child Community School, Pearse Street, in Sallynoggin. We alternate the age groups who train in Sallynoggin, and we cover hurdles, high jump (age dependent), strength and conditioning exercises and circuit training.
2011/12 : 6.45-7.30pm 2009/10: 7.30-8.15pm
All other age groups will train in Kilbogget 7-8pm.
Warm clothing for training in Kilbogget
The temperature has certainly dropped over the last number of days therefore we would like to remind our athletes to dress appropriately for training outside.
Athletes should wear plenty of layers, which can be taken off during training and put on again afterwards. Thermal vests and thermal leggings are recommended. Gloves and a head bandana or woolly hat would be very beneficial. NO shorts or short sleeved tops should be worn during winter training.
Please also ensure that any clothing that your child can remove is labelled, as inevitably coats, jackets and hoodies are left behind.
Indoors Training Update
... at Holy Child Community School, Pearse Street, Sallynoggin in the School's PE Hall at the back of the school.
We are going to have two sessions of 45 minutes each (6.45pm-7.30pm and 7.30pm-8.15pm). Please ensure that your child arrives promptly for training, so that they can get the most benefit out of these slightly shorter sessions.
If your child is competing in Cross Country, they are very welcome to continue to train in Kilbogget on Wednesday evenings if they prefer, and will be accommodated in another age group.
We appreciate that there may be siblings training in Kilbogget and Sallynoggin at the same time, which may create logistics difficulties for parents, so we can make allowances for those siblings who wish to join indoors with their brother/sister.
Training in Kilbogget is on and around the rugby pitches by the container.
Please can we ask our athletes to bring a high viz vest to wear at training if they have one at home. We do have a small supply of vests in the container, but it would help greatly if athletes could bring their own where possible, they do make a big difference!