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Feeling overwhelmed with training and unsure where to begin? Look no further! We are here to guide you every step of the way. Gain access to training runs, informative training videos, and training programs designed to elevate your performance to new heights. Whether you’re a novice runner or seasoned athlete, our  support system is your key to unlocking your full potential. Don’t let uncertainty hold you back—join us and embark on your path to success today!


Together with Running Department, we are excited to bring to you SCSM training runs! Designed to help you train and enhance preparation for Half and Full Marathon, these training runs are inclusive and open to runners from all categories. Whether you are running in a shorter race or simply aiming to improve your fitness, you are welcome to join and benefit from these sessions.

Our PUMA pacers will be running in 3km loops, so you will have the option to follow the full distance or to reduce the distance according to your comfort level.




31 August
To be Announced
14 September
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28 September
To be Announced
5 October
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12 October
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26 October
To be Announced
9 November
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16 November
To be Announced


In these training videos, Coach Ben Pullam will cover a wide range of topics to help you optimise your running performance. Whether you’re a seasoned runner looking to break through a plateau or a beginner taking your first steps, these sessions are tailored to benefit everyone.

Training videos will be uploaded at the specified dates and times. Stay tuned for updates!

Get Coached: On Training (Video to be released on 22 August)

Our first episode of Get Coached is all about training. In this episode, you’ll learn:

About the coaches
Meet our coaches and discover their background. Structured training. What is structured training, and how can you do it?

Set your training plan
How to structure your training, including the different phases (base build, specifics, and tapering), running, strength training, and cross-training.

Know your training zones
How to set and use training zones.

Goal Setting
How to set realistic and personalised goals based on your experience and fitness levels.

Get Coached: On Nutrition & Fuelling (Video to be released on 12 September)

In episode two of Get Coached, we discuss nutrition and fuelling. You’ll learn:

Day-to-day nutrition
The importance of proper nutrition before, during, and after training for recovery and performance.

Race day nutrition
How to fuel your race to ensure optimal performance.

How to hydrate effectively for Singapore’s unique heat and humidity.

The role of supplements like gels, chews, and electrolyte tablets.

Get Coached: On Injury Prevention & Management (Video to be released on 26 September)

In episode three of Get Coached, our coaches are joined by a sports physiotherapist and podiatrist. In this episode, you’ll learn:

Common injuries
Identify common running injuries such as shin splints, runner’s knee, and plantar fasciitis.

Prevention techniques
Strength and mobility exercises to prevent injuries.

Warning signs
The signs of overtraining and injury.

Recovery protocols
Steps to take if an injury occurs, including when to rest and seek professional help.

Get Coached: On Mental Preparation & Motivation (Video to be released on 10 October)

Episode four of Get Coached is about training your mind. In this episode, you’ll learn:

Mental toughness
Techniques to build mental resilience and stay motivated throughout training and the race.

learn visualisation exercises to prepare mentally for race day.

Dealing with setbacks
How to handle setbacks and stay positive.

Motivational stories
Inspiring stories of past marathon runners and their journeys.

Get Coached: On Race Day Strategy and Logistics (Video to be released on 24 October)

In episode five, we’re diving into everything you need to do to nail your race execution. You’ll learn:

Planning and sticking to a pacing strategy that aligns with their goals.

Race day routine
Create a checklist for race day preparation, including what to bring and wear.

Race etiquette
Learn proper marathon etiquette and courtesy.

Course review
Key points like hydration stations, elevation changes, and potential challenges.

Get Coached: On Post-Race Recovery & Future Planning (Video to be released on 7 November)

In our final episode of Get Coached, you’ll learn about post-race recovery and how to plan for future events.

Immediate recovery
What to do immediately after the race to aid recovery, such as cool-down routines and nutrition.

Long-term recovery
Tips for the weeks following the race to ensure a full recovery.

Reflect and plan
How to reflect on your race experience and assess what worked and what didn’t.

Future goals
How to set new goals and plan your next steps, whether it’s another marathon or a different type of race.