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What You'll Get
Today's side deal will have you running for the hills and mountains, and away from whatever is chasing you in that recurring dream: for $45, new clients get a six-week "couch to 5k" class from Running Evolution (a $95 value). Schedule by email.
Running Evolution's weekly group classes, which meet in Bellevue and Greenlake, will train rusty runners and the out of shape to gradually build up their endurance with the efficiency of an '80s training montage. Over the consecutive six weeks of classes, you'll also benefit from seminars and tips to improve your technique and receive personalized motivation within a fun, encouraging environment. After six weeks of training, you'll be able to complete a 5k. Classes are led by an experienced personal trainer and RRCA-certified running coach with experience coaching over 100 non-running students to completion of marathons or 5Ks. Before you know it, you'll be raising your arms in triumph as you cross the finish line.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Must activate by expiration date. Classes run for 6 weeks consecutively after activation. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. New clients only. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Running Evolution
After discovering her love for outdoor sprints, certified personal trainer and RRCA running coach Beth Baker founded Running Evolution as a social outlet for aspiring runners. Beth has coached more than 400 nonrunners into trotting through 5Ks and marathons, and—with the help of skilled instructors—helms several group classes within what Examiner.com proclaims, a "positive and supportive environment." Running Evolution also hosts weight-loss boot camps, Free Friday runs throughout West Seattle, and full-on marathon-training courses, pushing clients from all ends of the fitness spectrum toward achieving their goal of having Gatorade celebratorily dumped all over them.