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Speed Training Sessions at Lane Cove National Park

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by Joe Degabriele (subscribe)
Passionate about encouraging people of all ages to staying fit and healthy to overcome our lifestyle diseases. Lifelong South Sydney Rabbitohs fan.
Published November 29th 2013
Doing a speed session is a key element to improving your running but doing it own your own requires a level of self-discipline that few of us have.

That's where someone coordinating and driving the session is a god send. The Trainer puts their own training aside and focuses on performance of other runners.

Dale Thomson is a real inspiration, rather than walking away from the sport she loves now she can't run, she has turned her energy into coordinating a speed session every Saturday morning at 6.30 a.m. at Deburgh's Bridge end of Lane Cove National Park.

On purely a volunteer basis she pushes our group through our paces each week in a hour session that is showing results with everyone build strength and improving speed.

If we all gave back a little into life what a better world it would be.


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When: Every Saturday morning at 6.30 a.m
Where: Deburgh's Bridge end of Lane Cove National Park
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