Ready, Set, Run with the Sole Sisters

The Sole Sisters will be expanding to include a weekly walk and “Ready, Set, Run” program to their functional fitness program.

The Sole Sisters will be expanding to include a weekly walk and “Ready, Set, Run” program to their functional fitness program.

For women ages 50 and over, the chance to get together at the Kickstart Fitness gym to be part of the Sole Sisters group will now include the weekly walking and running groups to go along with the fitness program already in place.

Meeting from 12-1 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays, the Sole Sisters can work out with the enthusiastic and experienced instructors at Kickstart Fitness. Walks will take place every Wednesday morning from 10-11 a.m. and all levels of walking ability are supported.

The “Ready, Set, Run” program, brand new this Spring, is a 10-week program starting April 14.

Progressing from walking to running, the group will be headed by longtime running coach Kim Longmuir.

The gym programs and running program are all pre-registered programs at an affordable cost and the walking program is a free drop-in program.

If you would like to learn more about the Sole Sisters programs or be added to the e-mail list, please contact Arrowsmith Recreation Coordinator, Kim Longmuir at 250-248-8515 or ranlong@telus.net

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