Wellbeats Strides Channel

Wellbeats Adds 15 New Walking/Running Classes

Exciting news for all walking and running enthusiasts! Wellbeats adds 15 new walking/running classes to its platform starting Wednesday, October 23rd. The new classes are featured in the Wellbeats October Content Release.

Coached by Olympian runner Carrie Tollefson, the new Strides classes are a great way to get your cardio on whether outdoors or on the treadmill.

Here are a few additional highlights in the Wellbeats October Content Release:

Read on for a full list of all new Wellbeats classes:

1. 15 Minutes Plus Strides | 20 minutes

 Short on time? Need a quick pick-me-up before a race? This is the workout for you. Walk, jog, or run at a conversational pace for 15 minutes, then finish off with 5 minutes of sprints. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

2. 3X3 | 30 minutes

 Get ready to accelerate… then decelerate. Walk, jog, or run with 3 minutes at your short-answer pace, then 3 minutes at your conversational pace. This 30-minute workout will keep you on your toes and help build stamina! 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

3. Repeat 6 Minuters | 34 minutes

 This challenging workout is great for building endurance! Walk, jog, or run for a full 6 minutes at a short-answer pace, followed by 3 minutes of recovery at a conversational pace. Repeat 3X. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

4. 30 Minute Tempo | 40 minutes

Stay strong and steady with this 30-minute tempo walk, jog, or run (plus a warmup and cooldown). Try to maintain a short-answer pace for the entire 30 minutes. You’ve got this! 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

5. 10 Minute Mini Tempos | 35 minutes

Interested in increasing your speed? This is the workout for you! Warm-up slowly for 5 minutes, then a short-answer pace (tempo) for 10 minutes, followed by a 5-minute recovery at a conversational pace. Start back up again at a short-answer pace for 10 minutes, then finish things off with a 5-minute cooldown. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

6. Equal Amounts | 30 minutes

Balance out your walk, jog, or run with this 30-minute interval workout! Get ready to push yourself during 30-minute intervals. You will be performing equal amounts of time on your intervals and recovery. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

7. Short & Sweet | 25 minutes

This 25-minute walk, jog, or run is called a “fartlek” – a funny term, but awesome workout! Warmup for 5 minutes, then alternate a 30-second short-answer pace and 30-second conversational pace for 15 minutes, followed by a 5-minute cooldown. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

8. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 | 42 minutes

Ready to increase your speed and endurance? This workout includes a series of intervals that slowly decreases in time the further along you are in your walk, jog, or run. Let’s get after it! 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic, High Intensity

9. Extended Run Stretch | 12 minutes

Need to recover after a long run? You’ve earned it! Give this 12-minute stretch a try to relieve those hard-working muscles. 

Flexibility, Mobility, Muscle Conditioning

10. Botanical Tree Garden | 55 minutes

Walk, jog, or run through the scenic trails of a botanical garden for 55 minutes at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

11. Cedar Lake | 50 minutes

Walk, jog, or run your way around Cedar Lake for 50 minutes at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

12. Furnace Creek | 45 minutes

Walk, jog, or run for 45 minutes around Furnace Creek at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

13. Hyland Lake | 60 minutes

Walk, jog, or run your way around Hyland Lake for 60 minutes at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

14. Lowry Nature Center | 40 minutes

Walk, jog, or run your way around Lowry Nature Center for 40 minutes at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

15. Minnehaha Parkway | 35 minutes

Walk, jog, or run your way through the Minnehaha Parkway trail for 35 minutes at your own pace. 

Cardio, Steady Aerobic

 

Which class are you most looking forward to? Share it with us in the comments.

As Coach Carrie would say, let’s lace up those running shoes and “get after it!”

Here’s how to download a full list of the new Strides classes.

Here’s how to download a printout of the new “Train for a 10k” Workout Plan.

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