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Fhitting Room & On Running Launch Run Strong Club



Fhitting Room & On Running Launch Run Strong Club

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Fhitting Room and On Running have partnered together for the sake of helping aspiring and accomplished runners, as well as those in between, become better runners with a 12-week running program called the Run Strong Club

Fhitting Room CEO Kari Saitowitz promised at the start of this year that there were plans to elevate her company, and she appears right on target with the brand new initiative Run Strong Club. The result of a partnership between Fhitting Room and shoe brand On Running, Run Strong Club is designed as a 12-week running program to help runners become better, no matter their level.  

The program has three membership levels to choose from — Bronze, Silver, and Gold. Those interested in the Bronze level of training won’t have to pay anything and will receive a weekly email complete with tips, drills, workout plans, and other helpful tidbits to get started. Silver and Gold members, however, will have to make a dent in their wallets in order to gain more than the aforementioned weekly emails.

Silver members can expect to pay $26.20 for emails, a library of exclusive video content and workouts, invitations to two in-person sponsored events, access to On Running’s gait measure tech & products, and chance to win a free pair of On Running sneakers of your choosing. 

Gold-tiered members will receive everything Silver members are slated to gain, except the chance to win a free pair of the brand’s shoes will turn into a guarantee, plus an On Running run kit and a 12-class discounted Fhitting Room class package all for $326.20. 

Known for its HIIT training and strength classes, Fhitting Room has continued to grow with in-person studio offerings in New York City along with live virtual classes and a Fhitting Room on-demand subscription service. In her CEO Corner interview for Athletech News, Saitowitz stated envisioning the future of fitness as one in which most physical businesses would need to offer digital content for clients. As for Fhitting Room’s clientele, Saitowitz’s belief in brands forming business partnerships along with “providing things that we’re not experts in,” appears to have materialized with On Running and the business duo’s Run Strong Club.

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Fhitting Room trainer, marathoner, run coach, and nutrition coach Ben “BLD” Lauderdykes will be at the helm of the Run Strong Club. Sign-ups for the program are open now.

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