Wednesday

We all have those days that we don't want to work out even though we know we should. 
When you need a little motivation, look no further.
Come Learn Workout Routines that you can use daily. 
We offer basic calisthenics training to anyone who wants to get in shape. 
5-6 am Tuesday-Friday @ Memorial Park
7-8 am Saturday @ Memorial Park
1 on 1 P.M. training available @ Hermann Park. 
Because the only workout you ever regret is the one you skip"

FREE Running Clinic with free2run 
(Last Saturday of each month) @ Memorial Park 6-7 am
Come learn some running techniques that will help your running and prevent injuries.  All levels welcome.  We use the run out and back method. For more information call 713 256-3652. 
(Regular workout starts at 7-8 am)

Monday


free2run group training NEW Schedule 2013:

Mon-Fri 5-6am Memorial Park 1500 Memorial Drive (Tennis center area)
Mon-Fri 6-7 & 7-8 pm 6622 Haskell  (St Teresa's Church in Memorial Park)
(One-on-One, or small group)
Saturday 7-8am Memorial Park 1500 Memorial Drive (Tennis center area) 

Group Training $5.00 per hour
One-on-One $20.00 per hour

Thursday

"Stop Whining, and Do your Job!"
Lack of time, motivation and money are frequently cited reasons for not exercising. Embarrassment is another that seems to be increasingly common, especially as the nation's waistline expands.
What's needed is a Workout Routine
Come to a workout class and learn a fitness routine, that will provide you with exercises you can use daily.
We offer A.M/P.M. classes, or set up a one on one with me.
http://free2runjj.blogspot.com/ Call Jamie @ 713 256-3652...NOW!!!
Monday-Friday 5-6am. Tuesday and Thursday 6:30-7:30pm.

Classes start at $5.00 or $80.00 per month
BEGINNER ARE WELCOME
Schedule: Memorial Park 1500 Memorial Drive Mon-Fri 5-6am (Tennis center area) ‎Tue & Thurs 6:30-7:30 pm (St Teresa Church in Memorial Park) 6622 Haskell Saturday 7-8am (Tennis center area) Please Call before you come out. *Jamie 713 256-3652*

Sunday

 free2run group training Schedule:

Memorial Park 1500 Memorial Drive Mon-Fri 5-6am (Tennis center area)

‎Tue & Thurs 6:30-7:30 pm (St Teresa's Church in Memorial Park) 6622 Haskell

Saturday 7-8am (Tennis center area)

Please Call before you come out.  Jamie 713 256-3652

Thursday

free2run group training Daily Workout  
We offer basic calisthenics training to anyone who wants to get in shape.  Classes 5.00 per visit 713 256-3652 
Memorial Park, Houston

Monday 5-6am
•5 minutes Warm-up (gets the blood pumping) 
•Run/Walk in one direction for 15 minutes. Turn around and return to starting point in 15 minutes. 
•20 minutes of Abs 
•5 minutes of Stretching 
Tuesday 5-6am & 6:30-7:30pm
•5 minutes Warm-up 
•40 minutes of Run/Cal/Run. We run between 200 yards to ¼ mile. Stop. Do Calisthenics. Run again. Repeat this cycle for 40 minutes 
•5 minutes of Stretching 
Wednesday 5-6am
•5 minutes Warm-up 
•Run/Walk to the nearest pull-up bar. Do 8-10 pull ups/ 8-10 chin ups 
•10 minutes of Arms 
•5 minutes of Stretching 
Thursday  5-6am & 6:30-7:30pm 
•5 minutes of Warm-up 
•40 minutes of group exercise. All types of Calisthenics. (Bring workout mat). 
Friday 5-6am
•5 minutes Warm-up 
•Run/Walk in one direction for 25 minutes. Turn around and return to starting point in 25 minutes. 
•5 minutes of Stretching
Saturday 7-8am
•5 minutes Warm-up 
•40 minutes of Run/Cal/Run. We run between 200 yards to ¼ mile. Stop. Do Calisthenics. Run again. Repeat this cycle for 40 minutes 
•5 minutes of Stretching 


Wednesday


We offer basic calisthenics training to anyone who wants to get in shape. 
Classes 5.00 per visit 713 256-3652
13 Years ago I decided to run my first Marathon, I started with a 5k (3.1 miles). I have collected a few racing bibs along the way. "How did I Do It ???? Try some of these things....



  1. Start slow. The biggest mistake that people make when starting an exercise plan is starting too fast or too hard. Start as small as possible, and worry about endurance or intensity later. The key in the beginning is to make it enjoyable.
  2. Increase but gradually. After getting used to a certain level of exercise, you’ll want to increase it. Don’t just run two miles or walk 20 minutes three times a week for a year. Your body adjusts to the stress you’re giving it, so you need to increase the level once you've adjusted. But do it gradually, and only every two weeks or so.
  3. Crank it up. Once you've gotten used to exercise, you’ll want to do some higher intensity ones for better fitness and fat-burning. For example, instead of running slowly and steadily, for a long time, try doing shorter bursts of fast running, with periods of rest in between. You can do this for any exercise. Higher intensity increases the calorie burn, and improves performance. But you can’t do it as long, and you shouldn't do it every workout. Mix it in with endurance workouts.  More to come.....
free2run group training Schedule:

Memorial Park 1500 Memorial Drive
Mon-Fri 5-6am (Tennis center area)
Mon-Thurs 6-7am (Tennis center area)
‎Tue & Thurs 6:30-7:30 pm (St Teresa's Church in Memorial Park) 6622 Haskell
Saturday 7-8am (Tennis center area)

Hermann Park 6000 Herman Park Dr.
Mon & Wed 7-8pm(Miller outdoor theater)