The training schedule can be viewed in the Calendar. If you have any questions on the content of our training schedule, please email

Our Tuesday Loops are listed below. It helps us enormously if attendees familiarise themselves with the intended route for the night. Click the relevant route and mileage below to be taken to a map of the route on

 Route  Known As  Short Medium Long
 1  Rodway (Summer only)  3.55 miles  4.60 miles  5.75 miles
 2  Kingswood Hills  3.82 miles  4.68 miles  5.39 miles
 3  Coxgrove (Summer only)  3.60 miles  4.60 miles  5.97 miles
 4  Lyde Green  3.48 miles  4.47 miles  5.81 miles
 5  Warmley Wander  3.83 miles  5.10 miles  6.32 miles
 6  Frenchay  4.09 miles  4.99 miles  6.13 miles
 7  Railway Path  4.56 miles  5.10 miles  6.26 miles
 8  Emersons (except Summer)  3.40 miles  4.15 miles  5.60 miles
 9  Turner’s Farm  4.05 miles  4.90 miles  5.70 miles
 10  Downend (except Summer)  4.03 miles  5.00 miles  5.59 miles
 11  Leap Valley  3.79 miles  4.88 miles  6.33 miles
 12  Pucklechurch  4.60 miles  5.25 miles  6.50 miles
 13  Spirit of Green Man  3.78 miles  5.02 miles  6.02 miles

At Emersons Green Running Club, we aim to provide a varied and interesting training programme.

Some Favourites


Starting as a group, runners sprint each time they reach a bridge and, on reaching the next bridge, they turn and gently jog back to the group. This repeats for a set time.
Great for: interval training, speed work and support for each other.

Progression Run

3-5 loops of a 1 mile circuit with the pace increasing for each loop.
Great for: 10K training

Hill or High Water

A longer run towards Bitterwell Lake for a pleasant summer evening. If you get all the way to the lake, choose between laps of the lake or hill repeats on Ram Hill.
Great for: all round fitness.

Out & Back

A 20 minute run in one direction. Runners then turn back and follow the same route home, aiming to return to the start point in under 20 minutes.
Great for: pacing, stamina and everyone finishing together.


Fartlek (Swedish for speed play) sprints of various distances.
Great for: speed, power and support for each other.

The Shortwood Switchback

A looped run through Shortwood taking in a hill with gentle ascent and descent. Lead runners complete four anti-clockwise loops of about a mile before switching back and running a third loop in reverse. Runners still running anti-clockwise loop back too when they meet runners coming back towards them.
Great for: Stamina, strength and everyone finishing close together.