All face-to-face STAC activities are currently suspended.
Government advice is that people are still encouraged to maintain their own personal fitness, while following guidelines about safe distance and safe exercises environments.
Whilst we’re in this period, we will have the following activities for you to do on your own. We’ve also now added activities you can do if in self-isolation.
Each Monday we will set 2 new challenges for you to take part to the following Sunday. All STAC First and Second claim members are welcome to take part and we do a varied mix of competitive and fun challenges
Challenges we’ve had so far include Segments hunts, Strava art, creating your own ‘notaparkrun’, selfie treasure-hunt runs, fastest mile races, team stair climbing challenges and many more!
Please click here to see all the details of the latest challenge and results and info from previous challenges.
STAC hill challenges
Recently returning for 2020, these are ideal for a solo challenge around the hills of Temple Newsam
There are 2 challenges, one to do all 17 hills in a single run and the other to do the 17 hills over multiple runs.
Details of the hill challenge can be found here
Whilst parkruns are currently suspended, there is the option to run a ‘freedom parkrun’ at any time and record your run. Details on the parkrun site.
List of activities you could do if in self-isolation; from bleep tests, to home work-outs, to P.E. with the family. We will update this document when we find more, or please suggest if you see any other good ideas!
- If there is future government advice that restrict exercise outside, these challenges and training sessions will immediately stop
- England Athletics has guidance and advise on social distancing
Guidance for running on your own
- Inform someone where you’re running and when will you return
- Choose a well lit route and be aware of your surroundings
- Bring along your identification and mobile phone if possible
- Wear visible and comfortable running clothing