Captains’ Corner – Let’s Get Filthy!

A huge welcome to the FCRC website for mens' Captain Aaron - this is his first blog post since taking up the role recently and we can't wait to hear more from him over the course of the season. Thanks Aaron! Firstly I have to say a massive thanks to all the Fareham Crusaders for … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Let’s Get Filthy!

Captains’ Corner: The Recovery Continues…

...Onwards and Upwards (again). So I finally got round to seeing a physio to help me sort out my left Achilles and my right calf, and I have to say her advice and treatment seemed like nothing less than a miracle to me. She gave me some exercises to improve my poor stability, which was … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: The Recovery Continues…

Captains’ Corner: Marathon Mania

There's a great buzz around the club at the minute. We're right in the thick of Spring marathon season and have already had runners take on Paris, Manchester, Brighton & Boston. Well done to all of you who took on those events. On top of all that, we have London this weekend and it's always … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: Marathon Mania

Captains’ Corner: The Power of Positive Thinking

Neil's back with his latest Captains' Corner - and it's an absolutely fantastic read. We'd love to know what you think, so please leave us your feedback in the comments below. Thanks Neil! As runners, we’re continually training our bodies, but have you ever considered training your mind too? The club’s philosophy this year is … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: The Power of Positive Thinking

Captains’ Corner: Leadership in Running Fitness

Our latest Captains' Corner is from Neil, and recaps on his recent Sunday spent completing his Leadership in Running Fitness course. Well done Neil, we can't wait to see you putting it all into action on a Tuesday night! A room full of runners talking about running. Sounds like the perfect way to pass 8 … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: Leadership in Running Fitness

Captains’ Corner: Inspiration

Our latest Captains' Corner is from Debbie, who talks about her running inspiration and the differences it made on her life. Thanks for sharing your story with us Debbie. I had been running for a couple of years when I met the fellow runner who I now see as my running mentor. I was worried about … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: Inspiration

Captains’ Corner – Time for your Next Challenge!

After the amazing buzz of Sunday's Stubbington 10k, what next? Worry not - Neil is here with a selection of races for you to aim for! Thanks Neil! #Unstoppable Hi all Another massive 'Well Done!!' to everyone who ran the Stubbington 10k. Always an amazing turnout with great local support with so many positive stories, … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Time for your Next Challenge!

Captains’ Corner – Joining a Running Club

If you're thinking about joining a running club, this edition of Captains' Corner is just for you. Neil tells us what to expect when you attend your first ever session; the improvements you can expect to make from running with like-minded people; and how you'll benefit from the encouragement of your team mates, every step of … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Joining a Running Club

Captains’ Corner – Dealing with Injuries

Dealing with injuries is frustrating enough - but coping with illness on top would test the patience of many a runner! This time on Captains' Corner, Debbie talks us through a challenging few months - finger crossed you're fit for Victory, Debbie! The season was going well at the start. I had been appointed Ladies Captain, something I never … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Dealing with Injuries

Captains’ Corner – Neil on Gosport

Gosport Half Marathon is always a big occasion in the Crusaders' running calendar - so what better way to reflect than with a Captain's thoughts from after the race! Hi again everyone I'm writing this with a huge sense of pride after today's 30th Gosport Half Marathon. It's yet another day when I feel so honoured … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Neil on Gosport