The Run Mummy Run Community Run Club (RMR CRC) in association with ASICS will be open on general sale from the 20th June!
Our online running club will offer help and support to women in reaching their training goals and to improve their running. Perfect for those who can’t make, or don’t wish to attend, a physical running club in their local area.
Membership to the RMR CRC gives you access to advice from our in-house experts, covering everything from running technique, strength training, nutrition, hydration, injury prevention and much more. Our club has its own certified running coach, who will be offering virtual weekly club sessions, and there will be regular challenges to keep you motivated.
Membership to the RMR CRC gives you access to expert advice and like minded community support along with exclusive perks and offers from our partners that are supporting the run club.
The first 2,000 ‘founding members’ will receive a FREE technical Run Mummy Run/ASICS club vest with their membership*.
(*We only have a set number of vests in each size within the total 2,000 vests, so you will need to be quick to be in with a chance of grabbing your FREE Run Mummy Run CRC club vest when you join. Postage charges to send the vest will apply outside UK and Channel Islands)
RMR CRC Membership – £17.99 (the equivalent of £1.49 a month)
It costs £17.99 for a 12 month membership and renews on the 30th April each year. If you join later than the 30th April then the cost will be reduced on a pro-rata basis and this will reflect at checkout.
Payable annually. This does not include affiliation with England Athletics.
RMR CRC Affiliate Membership – £17.99 (same as RMR CRC Membership) Payable annually.
Plus £16.95 for those who want to gain the benefits of becoming an affiliated runner with England Athletics. When you sign up on the website select RMR Affiliate Membership then select the affiliation option you require and we will send you a link to pay EA directly within 72 hours.
You do not have to sign up to the EA affiliation to become a member of RMR CRC; the basic membership is all you need to become a member.
If you want to transfer from another first claim club over to RMR CRC you will need to first sign up to the RMR Affiliate Membership then action the transfer from your old club to RMR CRC through your EA portal and your current club will approve the transfer.
Meet the Run Mummy Run CRC Experts
Fiona Wright has been with Run Mummy Run since the early days, when she joined the group as a fairly new runner. She went on to become a run leader, led a women’s running group for the National Trust and starting to lead sessions with her local running club. She really enjoyed helping runners reach their potential, so she did her Coaching in Running Fitness qualification (CiRF) and became an England Athletics coach. Fiona has now been coaching for a number of years, planning training for her running club, writing training plans and coaching individuals on a 1:1 basis. Fiona is the perfect person to help inspire, motivate and support everyone in the RMR CRC and we’re so happy to have her on board.
Whether it’s with her award-winning Kate Percy’s Go Bites, food education programmes or recipe books, Kate’s mission is to inspire and help others discover what she calls #enerjoy; that’s great taste, good energy, vitality and happiness. Kate has authored multiple best-selling active lifestyle cookbooks and nutrition guides; the most recent one is Go Faster Food For Your Active Family. She is also in-house chef and a regular contributor for both triathlon and running magazines plus an event series. In 2017, Kate launched a range of delicious energy balls, Kate Percy’s Go Bites. In 2017, Kate launched a range of delicious energy balls, Kate Percy’s Go Bites. Members will be offered a regular discount on Kate’s products.
Jo is sports medicine physiotherapist with a special interest in women’s health and female exercise. She graduated from Cardiff Uni, then went on to complete an MSC in Sport and Exercise in Medicine. She has worked in professional Rugby Union since 2008, but developed a passion for women’s health following the birth of her daughter, Sienna. She has her own physiotherapy company and has extensively trained in supporting women through pregnancy, post partum and the menopause, as well as through menstrual cycles. She went on to have her son Rory in 2018, and has since been involved in research for women’s exercise.
Che Odlum de Vivenot
Che is a licensed Leader in Running Fitness (LIRF). Che got into running by joining her local running club’s beginners’ couch to 5K programme in 2014 and from there went on to participate in races, including half marathons and the London Marathon. Through marshalling races, volunteering at parkrun and joining RMR cheer squads, Che developed a love for motivating other runners and supporting those who might need some extra encouragement. One of her proudest achievements is coaching a group of 30 parents at her daughter’s school to run their first 5K and half marathon, working on everything from drills to training plans and race preparation. Che is passionate about inclusivity in running. We are all runners no matter where we are in our journey. She is looking forward to being a Club Run Leader and bringing some sparkle, energy and positivity to our community.
Louise is the founder of Studio 44 Pilates. She offers a 10-minute Pilates membership that allows you to do Pilates daily in your own time with one of the 10-minute Pilates videos. Or for more accountability joining one of the live 10- or 30-minute Pilates classes online. Louise, who is 56 years old, a mum, a wife and dog mum, has been teaching Pilates for over 20 years. With her Pilates experience, she is able to combine her Pilates knowledge to help runners stay strong, flexible and reduce the risk of injury. As we age, we need to change the way we train to help our changing bodies. Doing Pilates regularly allows Louise to get out of bed in the morning not feeling stiff and be able to carry on doing the things she likes, such as running.
Lucy is an endurance athlete, PT and run and triathlon coach. She coaches athletes of all abilities – from those working up to their first 5K through to Ironman and beyond, as well as those wanting to build fitness or reduce their risk of injury. As well as writing bespoke training plans, she delivers triathlon and run-focused strength and conditioning sessions. She works with her clients to ensure the training works for them, fits their life, and ensures they get to the start line happy and healthy. She’s passionate about working with women as women, working with their bodies and menstrual cycle rather than just treating them as ‘small men’, and working towards a world where women equal the number of men on the start line by working with women to overcome barriers and to gain confidence.