Free fitness training for HBF Run for a Reason March 26, 2013 Third year Sports Science and Exercise Physiology students are offering free fitness training sessions for people taking part in the 2013 HBF Run for a Reason. The training sessions will be held twice a week over eight weeks, from April 3 to May 22, and will help participants to prepare physically and mentally for the 4km and 12km events on Sunday, May 26. Students will group participants into beginner, intermediate and advanced levels of training depending on their levels of fitness and confidence with exercise. Individuals can also seek advice on their personal training goals from the students. Exercise Physiology Senior Lecturer Dr Tim Fairchild and Lecturer Matthew Burgin will supervise the sessions. “This is the third year Murdoch has offered free training sessions for Run for a Reason participants and it is a great experience for our students,” Dr Fairchild said. “They can take information they have learned in workshops and our new, state-of-the-art laboratories and apply it in a practical setting on real individuals.” Dr Fairchild said the training sessions gave students an opportunity to motivate community members to become more active and train towards a significant goal. “Seeing participants improve their fitness as a result of this training, and knowing that aerobic fitness is associated with general health and longevity, brings a great level of satisfaction to both the students and lecturers involved in the program,” he said. “It is about helping people make positive changes.” The sessions will be held from 5.30pm to 6.30pm on Mondays and Wednesdays at the South Street campus on the main grassed area near car park 3. To sign up or for more information contact Kirsty Perry. Print This Post Media contact: Kylie Howard Tel: | Mobile: | Email: email@example.com Categories: General, Teaching and Learning, School of Chiropractic and Sports Science Tags: exercise physiology, hbf run for a reason, matthew burgin, sports science, tim fairchild Leave a comment Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Website You can use these tags : <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong> We read every comment and will make every effort to approve each new comment within one working day. To ensure speedy posting, please keep your comments relevant to the topic of discussion, free of inappropriate language and in-line with the editorial integrity of this newsroom. If not, your comments may not be published. Thanks for commenting!