Trail Running Weekend

Cheviot Hills - 24 - 26 April 2020

Train with DeZeiner Fitness and Thryve Nutrition at our coached trail running weekend.

A social and immersive two-day trail running weekend in the Cheviot Hills, with run technique, strength and conditioning and nutrition workshops to help build your skills and confidence for off road running.

Based at Mounthooley Bunkhouse in the remote, quiet and wild Cheviot Hills we bring you a 2-day trail running weekend.  An opportunity to run off the beaten track in a new place with likeminded people.  The weekend itinerary will include:

 

  • Two days guided trail running in the Cheviot Hills with workshops on run technique by Dezeiner Fitness
  • Workshop: strength and conditioning for trail running
  • Workshop: Nutrition for trail runners with Thryve Nutrition
  • Entertainment: Saturday night meal, drams and films by the fire
Anyone who loves running, adventure and being outdoors in the hills. We welcome runners of all abilities. We will be out on our feet for up to X hours each day covering up to X miles, so a good level of fitness is required, but pace will be social and no one will be left behind. Plenty of time stopping for chats about technique (and to eat and drink!).
  • 2 nights bunk house accommodation (shared rooms)
  • Dinner on Saturday night
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning
  • Workshops on run technique, strength and conditioning and nutrition
  • Opportunity for individual mini consultations with Nutritional Therapist and reduced fee for booking a 90 minute personalised nutrition consultation following the weekend
  • Saturday evening entertainment (outdoor films)
  • Lunches, Snacks, Alcohol, individual breakfast choices
  • Friday Dinner
  • Transport to the venue

Mounthooly Bunkhouse, Mount Hooley, College Valley, Wooler, Northumberland, NE71 6TU.

£180pp

£50 deposit and then balance of £130 by March 1

or

full amount immediately

 

 

Cheviot Trail Running Photographs

Hosted alongside Thryve Nutrition

DeZeiner Fitness Events, by our athletes

The camp had a very relaxed feel, with great accommodation and food making it feel like home from home. The training was mainly bike focussed but good coaching sessions on run technique, transition practice and a couple of open water swims as well as stretching and mobility each morning.
Carolyn Dyson

The camp had a lovely, friendly vibe, beautiful setting, catered flexibly to a variety of levels and I learned a lot from the informal evening coaching chats. The cycling is fantastic; as tough as you want it, on scenic and mostly quiet roads. Nice running and o/w swimming places too.
Alan Paxton

A great weeks training with fun and hard work. Highlights for me, challenging climbs, fabulous lake to swim and amazing hospitality at Pyreneen Multisports
Lynn Hanley

Karl’s camp was awesome ! The cycling was varied, on the roads of the tour de France and up some famous cols. We swam in a beautiful and somewhat remote mountain lake, and had great run coaching sessions as well, on very lovely roads and trails. The accommodation and food were top quality as well. Despite having somewhat varied abilities and ambitions, the group worked really well, I thought. We had a lot of fun during- and “après”- training… and well it’s in France, the best country in the world what more can I say 😉
Peggy Seriès

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