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Ready to Run with Brett Cohen

Class Instructor: Brett Cohen

Class Times: Wed. 6:30-7:30 p.m., Sat. 8:30-9:30 a.m.
Class Length: Class run from NOW-through Nov. 3rd.
Class Location: Wed. Central Park South/5th Ave. Entrance, Sat. Bethesda Fountain/ 72 St. Transverse

Class Description: Planning on running a fall marathon? Not a runner but dream of becoming one?
•Injury amongst marathoners has risen to a staggering 80 to 90 percent!
•Research has shown that 6 out of 10 females who begin a distance training program will eventually become injured?
•READY TO RUN is a comprehensive conditioning program specifically designed for runners and endurance athletes.
•The OBJECTIVE is to PREVENT unnecessary injuries as a result of your training while IMPROVING performance.

Class includes:
•Muscle preparation techniques to improve the density of your muscles.
•Active-stretching techniques to improve the readiness of your muscles and nervous system.
•Joint-Mobilization techniques to improve the mobility of the ankles, hips and thoracic spine.
•Strength Exercises to improve the strength of the key muscles surrounding the hips and shoulders.
•Metabolic Conditioning (Running drills) to improve speed and fitness.

What people are saying: “Thanks for your seminar last night. I thought it was very informative, but I was a bit skeptical about how much difference the stretches demonstrated would make? So this morning I went through the stretches your showed and started to run. I immediately felt the difference. Each step feels lighter than normal. I guess it’s because I “woke-up” the sleeping muscles, so now the work is more evenly distributed. And by the end of the 3 miles, I virtually did not feel and pain in my joints. So there it goes, I am sold on your routine.”-Thanks, Johnny Kong

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