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Train 2 Run
When it comes to running, many people focus on running to train, rather than training to run. Train 2 Run (T2R), a Freeman Rehabilitation & Sports Center program, is a functional strength-training program that aims to teach experienced runners smarter and more efficient ways to prepare for running. The Train 2 Run program teaches you how to stay healthy and injury-free, so you can run longer and with greater success.
- Reduce injury risk and improve resilience to overuse-related running injuries
- Improve running performance
- Promote a stronger, healthier local community of runners
2016 fall class schedule
Classes begin the week of October 10 and end the week of December 12. Fall classes will be offered as a once a week option for 10 consecutive weeks during the following times. Please see below for descriptions of the classes.
- Monday 6:00 pm – T2R circuit (intermediate level)
- Tuesday 5:30 pm – T2R circuit (intermediate level)
- Thursday 6:30 pm – T2R circuit for beginners
Fall class fees
One 10 week class – $65, classes will be filled on a first come first serve basis.
T2R circuit (intermediate level)
This class focuses on strength training using high intensity interval training (HIIT) style workouts. The workouts are fast paced and will increase your heart rate. The main goal of the class is to offer an alternative form of aerobic training that mimics the same cardiovascular training effect experienced with running while also working on getting the body stronger and more resilient to injury. This is an intermediate level class. We recommend all participants have the ability to run or perform cardio exercise for at least 30 minutes without stopping.
T2R circuit for beginners (beginning level)
This class is designed for those who are new to Train 2 Run. Workouts will be structured similarly to the intermediate level circuit. It is recommended that participants work out (strength training or cardio) regularly for at least a month before the start of class. Class will be fast paced, you will get your heart rate up. The intensity of this class will be a slight step down from the intermediate circuit class described above.
Who can I contact with questions?
Email Kendra Cochran at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Freeman Rehabilitation and Sports Center at 417.347.3737 during regular business hours.
Freeman Rehabilitation and Sports Center
2206 E. 32nd St.
Business hours 8 am-6 pm