You've got a goal.

And we'll help you put in whatever it takes to get there.

Training and fitness programmes designed for one. You.

You know that achieving your goals take more than just will power and focus. For the best chance of success you need an outstanding support team as well.
Whether you vision is to complete in marathons or triathlons or push your personal fitness to the next level, supporting you in getting there with the individually designed training programmes is what we do.

basic trail run

Branch out with your running and get out into the hills at the same time with this run around the trails of Falkland Estate.

We'll meet at the Duck Pond in Falkland, where Allan will give some up to date information surrounding nutrition and hydration. He'll also have samples of the food and drink he uses, which you are welcome to try. Afterwards, we'll head out onto the trails of the Falkland Estate on a weather dependent route, navigating our way through trees and gorges.

This will be an easy paced run with the emphasis on learning, rather than speed or distance. You’ll receive tips about technique, navigation, hydration and nutrition. Further runs and training sessions can be discussed on an individual basis to meet your ongoing needs.

Bring your usual trail running kit, including full body cover, snacks and drinks and a rucksack or running vest to carry them. We'll finish off in the local cafe for a blether.

Cost of this run is £25 per person. Maximum group size is 6.

To protect your well being, we need to assess your suitability for this programme prior to accepting bookings. Please click the link below to get in touch with us.

Speak to us about your outdoor programme

advanced trail run

Push your trail and hill running to a new level - literally and figuratively

Meall Nan Tarmachan is a Munro, and forms part of the Tarmachan, or Ptarmagin Ridge. This is a lovely ridge of about 2km in length, parts of which have some decent exposure, and may require a wee bit of scrambling.

The route begins with a steep climb to a knoll at 923 metres, high enough for Munro status if it was on its own, but small compared to where we're going. A wee descent prepares the legs for the next climb to Meall Nan Tarmachan at 1044 metres, and a lovely view of the Lawers range. From here we head along the ridge, never dropping below the magical 3000 feet, over Meall Garbh, at 1000m in height, and Beinn nan Eachan, also about 1000m. We'll drop down a remote Glen to pick up a land rover track back to the car park, before returning to the carpark and then back down to our meeting point in Killin.

This run is about 12km, but if weather and pace is good, then we may extend. Although this will be an easy paced run, there is a substantial and steep climb to begin, so you’ll need a good level of fitness. You’ll also need good trail running shoes and a rucksack or running vest to carry full body waterproofs, food and water. Bring a compass if you have one. We'll supply the map.

You’ll receive tips about technique, navigation and nutrition. We will meet in the McLaren Hall car park, Main Street, Killin, FK21 8UW at 09:00 before driving the last few miles together to the NTS car park which is off the A827 near Mornish on the Glen Lyon road. The car park has an elevation of about 430m which gives a high starting point for the run.

We will finish our day in the Killin Hotel for a light refreshment and a blether. Further runs and training sessions can be discussed on an individual or group basis. Those wishing to stay over in the area might be interested in the following accommodation, as used by clients in the past. killin-hotel.com or breadalbanehouse.com

Cost of this run is £30 per person. Maximum group size is 6.

To protect your well being, we need to assess your suitability for this programme prior to accepting bookings. Please click the link below to get in touch with us.

Speak to us about your running programme

basic trail run

Branch out with your running and get out into the hills at the same time with this run around the trails of Falkland Estate.

We'll meet at the Duck Pond in Falkland, where Allan will give some up to date information surrounding nutrition and hydration. He'll also have samples of the food and drink he uses, which you are welcome to try. Afterwards, we'll head out onto the trails of the Falkland Estate on a weather dependent route, navigating our way through trees and gorges.

This will be an easy paced run with the emphasis on learning, rather than speed or distance. You’ll receive tips about technique, navigation, hydration and nutrition. Further runs and training sessions can be discussed on an individual basis to meet your ongoing needs.

Bring your usual trail running kit, including full body cover, snacks and drinks and a rucksack or running vest to carry them. We'll finish off in the local cafe for a blether.

Cost of this run is £25 per person. Maximum group size is 6.

To protect your well being, we need to assess your suitability for this programme prior to accepting bookings. Please click the link below to get in touch with us.

Speak to us about your outdoor programme

Push your trail and hill running to a new level - literally and figuratively

Meall Nan Tarmachan is a Munro, and forms part of the Tarmachan, or Ptarmagin Ridge. This is a lovely ridge of about 2km in length, parts of which have some decent exposure, and may require a wee bit of scrambling.

The route begins with a steep climb to a knoll at 923 metres, high enough for Munro status if it was on its own, but small compared to where we're going. A wee descent prepares the legs for the next climb to Meall Nan Tarmachan at 1044 metres, and a lovely view of the Lawers range. From here we head along the ridge, never dropping below the magical 3000 feet, over Meall Garbh, at 1000m in height, and Beinn nan Eachan, also about 1000m. We'll drop down a remote Glen to pick up a land rover track back to the car park, before returning to the carpark and then back down to our meeting point in Killin.

This run is about 12km, but if weather and pace is good, then we may extend. Although this will be an easy paced run, there is a substantial and steep climb to begin, so you’ll need a good level of fitness. You’ll also need good trail running shoes and a rucksack or running vest to carry full body waterproofs, food and water. Bring a compass if you have one. We'll supply the map.

You’ll receive tips about technique, navigation and nutrition. We will meet in the McLaren Hall car park, Main Street, Killin, FK21 8UW at 09:00 before driving the last few miles together to the NTS car park which is off the A827 near Mornish on the Glen Lyon road. The car park has an elevation of about 430m which gives a high starting point for the run.

We will finish our day in the Killin Hotel for a light refreshment and a blether. Further runs and training sessions can be discussed on an individual or group basis. Those wishing to stay over in the area might be interested in the following accommodation, as used by clients in the past. killin-hotel.com or breadalbanehouse.com

Cost of this run is £30 per person. Maximum group size is 6.

To protect your well being, we need to assess your suitability for this programme prior to accepting bookings. Please click the link below to get in touch with us.

Speak to us about your running programme

advanced trail run

Your training professional

Allan Harley has been both competing and training others to compete for a good number of years, and has himself completed numerous ultramarathons, all of which were in mountainous environments.

He is a qualified trainer with a Level 3 award in education and training and when he's not competing, travels the country delivering first aId and health and safety training to various national companies and organisations through sister organisation wayymark training.

He's also a keen hill walker with almost 40 years spent on Scotland's hills, and has completed the Munros.

Get in touch to find out more

Different goals and different starting points means we need to know about your individual requirements before we can develop your bespoke programme. And the best way to do that is start the conversation. So send get in touch via email or phone, or fill in the form and we'll be in touch.

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