Are you an ORRC (Oregon Road Runners Club) member? If not, I strongly suggest you consider it for 2015. Why? While ORRC members have been enjoying benefits like cheaper race entries to ORRC events, discounts on running gear at select stores, a free 4th of July race, free group runs, and a subscription to the newly redesigned magazine The Oregon Distance Runner; this year they are offering a super cool benefit. FREE runner focused fitness classes! Yes, free! Starting in January, classes are being offered once a month in Beaverton, Portland, and Canby.
Classes are designed with runners in mind and will focus on strength and flexibility, especially in those trouble areas common in runners. Classes are being offered at ADAPT Training in Beaverton, Animal Athletics in Portland, and The Fitness Studio in Canby. Each location is also offering discounts on membership, classes and/or personal training to ORRC members. This is a great opportunity to check on a variety of classes and keep that body functioning at its best so that you can keep running strong for years to come.
What do you need to do? If you aren’t an ORRC member, start by registering to become one here. A one year membership is just $30. Family and multi-year memberships are also available. If you are already a member, sign up for a class that works for your schedule and location here. Remember space is limited at each location, so you’ll want to register soon to reserve your spot in the class of your choice.
ORRC Get Fit Classes
Jan. 17 @ 10:00 a.m. – The Fitness Studio
181 N Grant, Ste. 106 Canby
Jan. 17 @ 12:00 p.m. – ADAPT Training
9923 Arctic Dr, Beaverton
Jan. 24 @ 10:00 a.m. – Animal Athletics
Class being held at Wallace Park
ORRC members – Register for Get Fit Classes