Posts Tagged ‘Nike Women’

Weekend Run

January 3, 2016 at 8:20
Posted by Rachael Woolston

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Are you training for the Brighton, Worthing or Tunbridge Wells Half Marathon? Join us in building your distance from 7 miles to 13.1 miles. Our small group, women-only training group is led by a qualified coach so you will learn new techniques while you also enjoy fantastic new guided runs in new locations.

A combination of street and off-road runs, consult the details of our Run a Half Marathon where you will find a list of all the meeting points for each week.

If you buy the full course, you save money on the single drop in price which is £12. If you are one of our run members (£50 per annum) it is £8.

Please note there are guided runs on February 7th/14th as we will be attending races in preparation for the Brighton Half.

 

Members, £8, Non Members, £12



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Fitness clothes for women come of age

July 23, 2013 at 5:02
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Much has been said about the impact, or otherwise, of the Olympics in terms of it’s legagcy on women’s sport. But one area that has definitely beneifted is women’s fitness clothing.

Here at Fitbitch HQ, we can’t help but notice the explosion in chic, stylish fitness clothing for women that is also functional and ticks the boxes when it comes to performance too.

Just a few years ago, as a sporty woman who liked looking good too, Nike was about the only option available, along with Sweaty Betty although they tended to stick to Yoga clothing until now.

Now at last things are changing with Moving Comfort launching big in the UK, along with Australian fitness brand, Lorna Jane Active UK, which launched today. And that is not to mention all the running wear companies finally upping their game with Brooks Running UK, Pearl Izumi and many more releasing some fantastic looking kit for Autumn Winter.  Almost makes it OK to think about the darker days.

Hurrah for chic sports wear for women that will help us perform well while looking good too.



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