Towards the same goal!

Below you will find the schedule for Runners Club. The schedule will be updated about every second month and is created by our coaches. Runners Club have two workout sessions per week from September to December and three sessions per week from January to September. Two of the sessions are intervals, technique, strength or just a relaxed run and on Saturdays we go for a long run.

Week Monday Thursday Saturday
V 39: 23/9-29/9 Fox hunt + buddy intervals Hilly trail No training
V 40: 30/9-6/10 Minute intervals 6+4+2+4+2 min Hills in Jordbodalen No training
V 41: 7/10-13/10 Kick Off Run 1 Long hills No training
V 42: 13/10-20/10 “Supertusingar” Intervals 4 x 4 min No training
V 43: 21/10-27/10 Mats intervals 3 x 2 km in marathon/half marathon speed No training
V 44: 28/10-3/11 Technique Speed play No training
V 45: 4/11-10/11 “Tusingar” Hills in Jordbodalen No training
V 46: 11/11-17/11 Minute intervals “Femhundringar” Frontyard Ultra
V 47: 18/11-24/11 Speed play Up and down a hill No training
V 48: 25/11-1/12 Stair, hill, “platten” Cross No training
V 49: 2/12-8/12 “Femhundringar” 5 km 90/30 sec No training
V 50: 9/12-15/12 Hills & stairs 800 + 400 m No training
V 51: 16/12-22/12 “St Jörgenbackar” Minute intervals No training
V 52: 23/12-29/12 “Tröskel” intervals No training No training
V 1: 30/12-5/1 “Tinkarpsbacken” Top secret No training



Distance run: A calm run that aims to collect kilometers and also as a recovery from the tougher workouts. These workouts build a good foundation for your running.

Long run: A workout that lasts about 90 min and up, its defined depending on the level you are at. If you are new to running it can be shorter, you are experienced and run a lot it can be longer. The pace should be lower than the distance run and the focus is on accustoming the body to be active for a longer time. A key workout for managing the marathon distance.

Interval: An interval is a run where you vary speed by first running a distance fast and then having a rest before running fast again. This is a very good and effective way to vary your training and to become a faster runner. This workout also builds a good foundation for recovery during the run.

“Tröskel”: “Tröskel” workouts are a way of developing your running to be able to run faster over a longer period. What largely determines this is how much lactic acid is formed in the muscles. Lactic acid is formed in the muscles when we run, more when we run fast. The threshold pass is thus used to improve lactic acid threshold level. The workout goes at a slow pace during warm-up and then increases at a faster speed as you run the “Tröskel”.