Doug Stern's Deep Water Running (THURS. Midtown NYC)
Start: Monday, December 31, 2012 @ 11:59 PM (EST)
New York , NY 10022
Registration Closing Date
Wednesday, December 29, 2010 @ 11:59 PM (EST)
Deep Water Running - Every Thursday Night 7:00 pm & 7:45 pm
St. Bartholomew's Church, 109 E. 50th Street (Between Park Avenue & Lexington Avenue)
Please enter from the side entrance on 50th street between Park and Lexington (red door). Please take the elevator to the lower level. Walk down the hall, the newly renovated locker rooms are on the left hand side.
Investment Option 1
Pay Per Session only $25
Investment Option 2
7 Session Card- Good For 3 Months - $150.00
Investment Option 3
20 Session Card- Good For 1 Year - $400.00
What is Deep Water Running?
Deep Water Running is a modified, non-impact form of running done in place in water wearing a flotation belt. (No swimming is involved.) It entails simulating running motions with your arms and legs, using the water’s viscosity to add challenge to the workout. Routines learned in class mimic land running and include imagined cross country courses, interval training, hill pacing, sprints, and speed work.
• Injured • Runners • Tri-Athletes • Need a cardio workout • Improve joint mobility •
Train while injured, Speed up the recovery process of injury, Cross train to prevent injury, Enhance your speed if you are healthy, Whole body workout, Increase your joint range of motion by strengthening postural muscles.
Classes are 45 minutes and limited to 30 participants. Each class consists of a stretching and strengthening warm-up, a 30-minute aerobic workout, and a cool-down of gentle stretching. Because Deep Water Running is stationary, people of all levels can be in class side by side.