And all the people say i'm pretty fly for a good guy/girl!
- Monday, 5th of February 2018
- Led by Tom Mutton
23 runners ran 5.2km to help the Sheffield Carers Centre in Sheffield.
With 2 FANTASTIC new runners along to the nights run we gave a big cheer to new runners:
Give em a follow!
With intros over we headed out from base toward the Heeley Alternative Energy Centre to meet our Task owner for the night 'ADMIN ADAM' who had done a fantastic job of organizing leaflets and maps for us to help deliver our and their leaflets to try and find some more carers in Sheffield. It was a task that was right up our street!
We split up into pairs with leaflets in hand and had some quick team photos before deciding that it was 'leaflet butter jelly time' and everyone headed out into the cold Feb air flyering high and low, but mostly high - Sheffield's got some hills!
Everyone made it back in time with some showing the battle scars of the task with HERIONE HELEN sporting a paper cut from her committed efforts and lightning fast flyering hands! A brave face she did have and after a brief clean up and plaster we got a quick group photo and headed back out to one of our fave parks for a HANG TOUGH session.
This week we kept with the pairs and had a TRIPPLE TROUBLE session where partners took it in turns to hang with optional pull ups, legs up, knees up while their partner got in a quick 10 of:
- Box Jumps or step ups
- Press Up's
- Tri Dips
After each complete 10 we swapped and also got in a quick 60m Sprint on the track before heading home for tea and medals!
Until next week, happy running!
Report written by Tom Mutton
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