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Coach Jennifer will teach Beginner Tri Swim at RiverChase in Fenton on Tuesdays. This drill and form swim session will be geared to those newer to swimming or those working on their swim form. There will be plenty of drills as we focus on basic form. Bring your swim toys (buoy, fins, paddles) if you have them. The Rec Center's doors open at 5:30am with class starting at 5:45am. Cost is $6 paid at the RiverChase front desk. Tell them you are there for Tri Swim class. They accept cash and debit/credit cards. Questions? Email Coach Jennifer at [masked]. See you at the pool!!
Join us! All levels are welcome. Coach Sally will offer a workout suggestion and modifications if needed depending on your level of fitness and goals. Example workout: 1 mile easy warm up + drills 4-6x800s at a strong and steady pace EASY 400s walk/jog to recover in between. 1 mile cool down On occasion we will have a strength workout to follow. Notes: - Bathrooms are sometimes available, sometimes locked. - Dress for the weather, layers are great on the track. - Headlamps or other lights are helpful on dark mornings. - If weather is questionable or you want to confirm, text Sally:[masked]
How do you get stronger on climbing? Ride more hills!! Here is your opportunity! FREE & fun! Join us at Babler Park for a super workout in this beautiful park packed with hills! Meet at the Visitors' Center parking lot, right at the top of the hill after you enter from BA. If you are not sure of the routes, wait for one of us to circle back and show you the way. The loops are around 5 miles, so you shouldn't have to wait long. Some will start around 4pm. Just arrive when you can! Optional run off the bike and post-workout social time. Bring a chair & snack. Here is a map of the park, you will see there are 2 loops, the inner and outer, tough to get lost! https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C5CHFA_enUS727US727&q=babler+park+map&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiPlPKv_eXhAhUFRKwKHck2AyAQsAR6BAgJEAE&biw=1280&bih=555#imgrc=iO3fvCBrQzk1AM:
Enter the park from Weidman Road. Make the first left and follow that back to a big parking lot on top of the hill. Look for cars parked on the trail side of the lot. FYI, portapotty is on the other side by the gazebo. We follow the 4-mile Hawk Trail. Some do 1 loop, some 2. We start together and fall into various pace groups.