Welcome to week 12 of your training plan
The key to successful training is to build gradually. Everyone progresses at a different rate and your body takes time to adapt to the new demands that you make on it.
Hence, it is important not to allow your enthusiasm to override the components of a correctly structured training plan and to always allow sufficient rest and recovery between sessions.
plans for the next four weeks via email, if at any point you do not receive your email please contact us.
Just a quick reminder that if you work for a company whether they will match whatever sponsorship you manage to raise £ for £. This is a great way to boost your funds.
Sign up on the Diabetes UK Facebook page to the Great North Run event and chat to others doing the Run.
Doyour family and friends want to support you on the day. We have a cheer bus and a cheering point on route. Give us a ring on 01325 488606 for more information.
Diabetes facts and stats
Throughout the weeks we will provide you with some statistics and information about diabetes to help your fundraising message have a greater impact
This week: 2500 children are diagnosed with diabetes each year.
On the sponsorship forms and on the online donations, your supporters will be asked if they would like to Gift Aid their donation. Please ensure that as many people as possible tick the Gift Aid box plus give their full name and address (postcodes are essential) as it allows us to claim an extra 25p for every pound raised. It doesn’t cost your supporters any extra to Gift Aid their donation.