BRF (BEST RUNNING FRIEND) COUPLES TRAINING strength and run coaching NEAR FORT WORTH.
Meet me at the track near Fort Worth for couples running and strength training coaching designed to help you run stronger, faster with less chance of an injury. I’ll bring the medicine balls, kettlebells and resistance bands. You bring your running shoes, your BFF, BRF (Best Running Friend), spouse, or worst enemy. Spots are extremely limited. Saturday morning openings. Message me for additional availability. $67.50 per semi-private session for 45 minutes for two trainees. Split the cost with a friend and save. Prices go up for new clients in 2019, lock in your price and finish 2018 strong.
I did a workout with the ActiveMotion Bar. Learn a few exercises that will benefit runners by building strength and stability. Post includes a coupon code for 25% off through the holidays
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