DPR Beginners Course
So you want to start running? This course is for absolute beginners and runners returning after injury or a long absence. If you have a little running experience this may also be suitable should you wish to progress. The next course starts in the spring, 2021. (We do not yet have a start date or fee details). To register an interest please email:
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The beginners course is a proven formula. You may already have heard about ‘couch to 5k’ programmes but the DPR beginners’ course beats them all.
The programme takes place twice a year in Spring and Autumn. Following a simple but proven approach, you discover the joy of running by developing a simple weekly routine, with the main group session taking place at 9.00am on eight consecutive Saturday mornings in Dulwich Park.
You are guided by expert coaches who provide advice, motivation and a simple and easily understandable schedule and you are accompanied on the Saturday morning runs by a number of DPR members.
The course is truly transformational. Over several years the course has given new or returning runners the confidence to continue on their own, to join the club, or simply reach a point where the thought of running seems less daunting and more enjoyable.
Lots of our members completed this remarkable programme and many comment not just on how it radically improved their fitness but also on how they formed new friendships, and met like-minded people with whom they can carry on running (and socialising). And some have even gone on to run a marathon!
Frequently Asked Questions
When is the next course?
The next course begins in the spring of 2021. We are not yet formally taking applications but if you have any enquiries please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is the course for?
It is suitable if you are new to running, or if you have a little running experience and want to progress, or if you are returning to running.
What Does It Cost?
£40 for the entire 8-week course.
When Is It?
The course takes place twice a year (Spring and Autumn) for 8 consecutive weeks with a group session on each Saturday.
What time on Saturdays?
To be confirmed but the autumn course in 2020 comprised three waves starting at 8.00am, 9.00am and 10.00am.
How long does each session last?
Each Saturday morning session lasts between 1 to 1.5 hours. But don’t worry, you’re not running for all of this period! There is also a little ‘homework’ to be completed during each week in your own time.
Where does it take place?
Meet in Dulwich Park inside Queen Mary Gate on the south circular. Map: http://shorturl.at/erEI5
What should I do if I have any more questions?
If you’ve got any further questions, please feel free to email us at email@example.com