XSNRG Running Club is a running club that welcomes and encourages runners of all levels and ablilities to come out and run. XSNRG was established in the late 1980's in Toronto.
Every Tuesday evening @ 6:30 pm sharp the club leaves as a group for a warmup jog to a different weekly workout run.
Workouts are organized and led by club coaches and consist of running intervals and will vary weekly from hills to speed.
Stretches, warmups and cool downs start and finish every workout.
@ Sunnybrook Park
From May to September - we meet at the Sports Pavillion parking lot in Sunnybrook Park.
@ Leaside High School
From October to April - we meet in the school or parking lot.
YES. You can do it.
NO ONE is too slow or too fast to run with XSNRG. All that is needed is the desire to run with others and to improve. If you are able to run at least 6 to 8 km, you are ready to come out and increase your endurance, power and speed with XSNRG.
XSNRG Running Club (read it as ‘Excess Energy’) is a running club that specializes in doing group speed workouts once a week. If you want to improve your overall running speed – no matter how fast a runner you are – you have to do speed workouts. And since few people can do them effectively on their own, we offer weekly speed workouts in a group of 20 to 35 runners. You can’t help but be motivated.
Speed workouts vary from week to week but each week include one of intervals, tempo runs or hills, all part of distance runners’ “periodic” training. If you are able to run at least 6 to 8 km, you are ready to increase your endurance, power and speed with XSNRG.
The club welcomes and encourages runners of all levels and abilities to come out and run. We meet at one location in mid Toronto every Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm sharp and jog to our workout location. Workouts are organized and led by club leaders and consist of stretches, warm-ups and cool downs before and after every workout.
XSNRG was established in the late 1980s in Toronto by runners and triathletes and continues to attract both for motivating speed workouts. Past members have included Lisa Bentley (11x Ironman champion), Lori Bowden (5x Ironman champion), both in their early years of running, and Darryl Fox (brother of Terry Fox and National Director of the Terry Fox Research Institute).