Training advice

As passionate runners we’ve got lots of miles under our belts but we’re not qualified to take on the role of coach. So to help you with your training we’ve listed a handful of credible, quality resources where you’ll find links to half marathon and 10k training plans, forums discussing all sorts of running related content, plus nutrition and kit advice.

Training plans

Runners World: Find your training plan

The running bug: Running Training Plans & Training Tips

Train with others

If you’re serious about getting fitter and improving your times it’s also worth thinking about joining a local running club.  The expert knowledge and social aspect of training with others will help keep you motivated.

Here are some of our local favourites:

Horley Harriers

Horley Harriers is the first official running club of Horley, welcoming and encouraging all running levels and abilities.

Training sessions are every Monday and Thursday, meeting at 6.15pm for a 6:30pm start at Horley Leisure Centre (Court Lodge Road, Horley, RH6 8SP).  For more information please visit their blogspot or Facebook page.


Reigate Ladies/Mens Joggers

Reigate Joggers is a non-competitive running group for adults of all abilities. They cater for complete beginners and regular runners and are a totally inclusive group welcoming all ages from 16 years upwards.  Whether you want to learn how to run, complete your first race or just enjoy the company of others when running, there is something for everyone!

Visit their site for more details.

British Military Fitness

These outdoor fitness classes are great to improve your running conditioning (strengthening the body to help keep you injury free).   Not only that the Reigate BMF club also has dedicated running club sessions on:

  • Tuesday evenings at 7.30pm
  • Saturday mornings at 8am
  • The last Sunday of every month at 10am.

Visit the website for a free trial.


Reigate Priory Athletic Club is an active, thriving and friendly Athletic Club whose aim is to promote an enjoyment of running and athletics, whilst providing members with coaching in skills and techniques for training, fitness and competition, regardless of ability, experience or talent.

They hold regular training sessions run by qualified coaches throughout the year for all ages from eight upwards. There are also weekly social runs through the beautiful Surrey countryside. For further information visit the website.