Welcome to Jelly Legs Running Club!
Whether you are a seasoned runner or just thinking about starting, Jelly Legs is the club for you!
Jelly Legs provides both men and women with the opportunity to get active and begin running for fun and fitness. We provide a welcoming, social, non-competitive environment in which people of any fitness level, age, size or ability have the opportunity to run together to improve their health, fitness and confidence.
Jelly Legs was formed 3 years ago and now has over 300 members across it's four different locations in East Kent. We are an affiliated club with England Athletics, with our own highly trained, qualified coaches and leaders. We have over 10 years worth of experience of leading groups in the local area, taking many a member from Couch to Intermediate level.
Running provides people with the opportunity to improve their health and fitness while at the same time getting out of their homes and into the fresh air, enjoying everything their local area has to offer.
People who have joined the group have found it a life changing experience, either assisting them to lose weight, become more toned, fight depression, gain confidence, train for a specific event or PB or just feel good about themselves again.
We cater for:
- Existing Runners - Both Improver and Intermediate runners welcome all year round
- Beginners/Returners - Returners courses held at various times throughout the year in each location
- Daytime, Weekend and Evening Groups available every week
All of our members go on to achieve personal targets and goals, whether it’s Marathon, 5km fun run or a PB. We all start as individuals that think we can’t do it, but with a bit of training and a lot of laughs along the way we get there in the end!
We have group sessions in the below areas and surrounding towns and villages:
- Deal and Walmer
- Whitstable and Herne Bay
Tel: 01227 830984
Jelly Legs Running Club Shortlisted for the Community Award at the Canterbury and District Sports Awards 2010 Legs is proud to have been nominated and short-listed for the Community Award at the Canterbury and District Sports Awards 2010