Are you new to running?
Do you find yourself saying, I can’t get into running?
Do you want to become a stronger, fast, more confident runner?
Maybe you’ve taken a break from running and are looking for some guidance to help you get back on track?
Or perhaps you just want to work on your health and fitness!
Where: Waterdown Memorial Park OR City View Park
How much: Family $185, Individual $105
This 8 Week Learn to Run Program is designed to help you tackle your running goals with the ability to bring your family along to get everyone active together.
Introducing your coaches:
Dr. Kate O’Hare, D.C: As a child she didn’t think she had an athletically inclined bone in my body yet her childhood was filled with all sorts of athletics. “My two left feet usually ended up leaving me with an embarrassing story instead of the winning home run”. Ironically, my two left feet didn’t seem to stop me from picking up running as a hobby. Along with running, came a love for what the capacity of the human body. Not surprisingly, this newfound love for sport and health leadme to pursue a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in kinesiology and psychology from the University of Western Ontario. I began my career as a chiropractor at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College graduating in 2015. I am also a FRC® Mobility Specialist and am working towards a designation of Functional Movement Assessment (FRA® ) Specialist.
Kaley Metler, CPT, CSN: Certified Personal Trainer, Sports Nutritionist, Group Fitness Coach, Mom & Duck & Chicken Owner Kaley played competitive sports her entire life. In track & field she won state championship for 800 m, 4x 800, and 300 m hurdles. She moved on to compete in the national qualifying meet. She also received a scholarship to play basketball and rodeo at Cochise Community College.