Don’t let the word bootcamp scare you. We won’t be in your face yelling “give me 10 more pushups!”, but we will expect you to work hard and have fun while doing so. As you know, running can be a very social sport, and so can Runners HIIT Bootcamp.
Most of you have probably heard people say that runners should have a strong core, should work on their core to become a better runner, should cross-train and strength train a few days a week. They are all true statements, but how exactly do you go about achieving all of this?
This bootcamp will focus on doing all of the above. We will work on strength exercises, which will increase muscle while also helping to decrease your risk of injury and strain of your ligaments and joints. We will work on cardio exercises, which will increase your lung capacity, speed and endurance. We will work on core exercises, which will train your lower back, hips, abdomen and pelvis to work together to increase balance and stability. Also, along the way, we will torch calories with a combination of high intensity intervals and cardio which will keep you burning calories for hours after the workout!
Come to one session per week, or better yet, come to both sessions each week to reap the benefits faster!
Each session will be different and will become progressively more difficult. All exercises can be modified to accommodate all fitness levels.
This boot camp will focus on strength, core and cardio. Strength exercises will increase muscle while decreasing risk of injury. Core exercises will train your lower back, hips, abdomen and pelvis to work together to increase balance and stability. Cardio exercises will increase lung capacity, speed and endurance. Participants will use dumbbells, stability ball, kettlebells and body weight. All exercises can be modified for all fitness levels.
RUNNER'S HIIT BOOTCAMP
Session Dates and Times:
Sundays 11:00am-11:30am, March 29-May 24 (no class Easter Sunday, April 12)
Wednesdays 7:15pm-7:45pm, April 1- May 20
Location: Fleet Feet Greensboro
Meet your instructor, Johanna Bingham
Johanna has been in the fitness business for 7 years. She has worked at The Rush Fitness Complex and Gold’s Gym as a personal trainer. Johanna left the big box gym atmosphere to work on a smaller, more personal basis with her clients. A runner herself, she has been coaching with the Greensboro Running Club Women’s Running School for 7 years and with the newly formed Men’s Running School for the past 2 years. Johanna is also the current President of the Greensboro Running Club. She is certified with the National Council for Certified Personal Trainers, is CPR/AED certified and also holds certifications for nutrition and working with older populations. She offers group running classes, bootcamps, couple’s workouts and one on one training. Johanna is passionate about helping others achieve their running, fitness and health goals.