Murder Mile Sessions


In collaboration with Gymbox, London’s urban running massive Run Dem Crew are launching a harder-than-nails six week training course starting in January 2013. Do you think you can do da ting?

Whether you want to train for your first race or are trying to shave minutes/seconds off that elusive PB, join RDC on the brand new Murder Mile Sessions where street lamps become spotlights, cities become stadiums, and street signs become training partners.

This is urban street running for those that don’t ‘jog’, can’t stand running loops and couldn’t care less about VO2 max. This is your chance to inject some life back into your running – the goal being to kick the dust out of and rub gravel in the face of that Murder Mile, which is to take place at the (venue to be announced) on Wednesday February 20th. Details to be announced nearer the time.

‘Unconventional ideas need unconventional spaces’ says Run Dem Crew founder Charlie Dark. ‘We’ve been long-time admirers of the Gymbox ethic and this collaboration gives the crew an opportunity to spread the word on the urban running movement while at the same time building a new running community in London. This new venture is a chance to share our ideas with a new audience and inspire people to be the best that they can be.’

The Murder Mile challenge launches on Wednesday January 9th, meeting every week, at 6.30pm @ Gymbox Farringdon. This six week course costs £69 (£40 to Gymbox members), which includes unlimited use of Gymbox for the duration of the course. Membership discounts available to those who wish to join after the course.

Go hard, or go home.

For further information and to sign up (be quick, there are limited places) please call Farringdon Gymbox on 020 7871 4549 or email

For more details, go to the Gymbox site here. 


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