Killarney. The evenings are starting to get longer so it’s time to kick of the
slippers and put on your runners.
Run Killarney gives competitors the chance to run one of the world’s most breath taking and scenic routes through Muckross House and Killarney National Park.
Run Killarney has 3 great races on the same day to suit all levels of fitness:
The races are open to everyone, men and women alike, at all levels of running experience, walkers, newcomers and people who just want a challenge and a great day out.
race starts at Molls Gap and will take you long a route that hugs the crystal
clear waters of the Lakes of Killarney and into Muckross House and Gardens.
This is a professionally run event and every effort has been made to ensure that all competitors needs are looked after.
During the race runners will pass some of Killarney iconic landmarks including Molls Gap, Ladies View, Torc Waterfall and Muckross House, providing true inspiration and motivation for all runners.
The 10km and half marathon routes are fast downhill course with amazing scenery around every comer.
The Irish climate can be described as being mild, moist and changeable. In the month of July temperature range from 15 Degree to highs of 25 degrees.
Entry fee includes: Customised finisher medal Technical running T-shirt Goodie bag Massage at finish line Hot and cold tubs & showers A great atmosphere and a fun day out.
The Run Killarney is part of an ERP pan-European campaign with similar type runs held across the year in the UK, Portugal, Italy, France and Denmark all raising awareness of the importance of electrical waste recycling to new audiences.
Follow these tips to kick start your training:
1. Set realistic and achievable goals.
2. Decide what you want to achieve for 2017. For example participate in your first Run Killarney 10K, half marathon or improve your race performance.
Take time to decide which events you want to take part in for 2017. By registering for an event it puts a target date to train towards and allow you to become focused on training.
Build up your training gradually and avoid doing too much too fast.
Join a running group.
Running groups are a great way to stay motivated and improve your performance. In addition you can get tips and advice from others in the group.
Keep a record of each training session. It can be very inspirational look back at your progress. Your diary should include what you did in each workout, times and what you ate and how you felt before, during and after.
Make it Fun
All exercise programs should be fun and not feel like punishment.
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