FFXT is a strength and conditioning class designed to develop participants’ physical strength as well as cardiovascular fitness. It is not a running program although each workout will include drills that involve relay or ladder sprints, short hill repeats and/or brief bouts of running.
FFXT is appropriate for runners, triathletes, and other active individuals looking to add a new element to their routine. A weekly strength and conditioning workout will help you to get stronger and leaner, and it adds diversity to your training. Each session will last 45-60 minutes and will include warm-up, cool-down, group strength exercises, and conditioning drills. Previous resistance training is helpful but not necessary.
*NEW* Commit To Fit!
Commit to Fit is a more intensive option, for those who are looking to drop a little bit of weight by focusing on gaining some strength and losing body fat. The best weight lose and strength training programs achieve this through active, full body exercises. This is what FFXT is all about!
The Commit to Fit component of FFXT, which will be no extra cost, will incorporate homework exercises. At the more intense level, workouts will be every day for up to a 2 week stretch. The every day option is recommended for someone who is not actively training for a PR in a goal race, but would like to start off their year with an excellent base of fitness.
*If you have any question about my recommendation for you, just email me and we can go over your options
With Commit to Fit, we will track progress with four personal stats:
Number of Push-ups in one minute
Number of Russian Twists in one minute
Percent Body Fat
When: Monday evenings @ 5:45 p.m.
Start Date: June 26th
Where: Ryder Park on Butternut Dr. in Dewitt
Cost: $99 for 10 weeks. $5 discount for alumni
Questions? Contact Coach Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Start: June 26th
Program Schedule: Monday evenings @ 5:45 p.m.
Program Fee: $99 for 10 sessions
Description: FFXT is a strength and conditioning class designed to develop participants’ physical strength as well as cardiovascular fitness. It is not a running program although each workout will include drills that involve relay or ladder sprints, short hill repeats and/or brief bouts of running.