TNT is a noncompetitive, comprehensive training program with professional coaching, a supportive team and inspirational cause. Workouts are tailored to multiple ability levels, so you don’t have to be a superhero to take on an Ironman triathlon – you just need the drive and commitment.
The program is designed for busy people with busy lives, so you’ll have shorter workouts during the week and longer trainings on weekends. If you are even a little bit intrigued to “become Iron” and go long for a cure, call us at 800.78.TRAIN.
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For 25 years, Team In Training athletes have been helping LLS accelerate cures and save lives. People just like YOU – walking, running, cycling, and swimming to beat cancer.
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After class, students receive official AHA certification cards which are valid for nurses, dentists, doctors, lifeguards, EMTs, and others in the medical or healthcare field. We also have infant and child CPR certification classes for child care providers, parents, nannies, babysitters, teachers, and others who want to learn CPR.
Call us for more information, our phone number is (510) 225-6216.
The Park District offers lakes, shorelines, campgrounds, visitor centers, interpretive and recreation programs, picnic areas, indoor/outdoor rental facilities, golf courses and much more.
Our award-winning Trails Challenge Program is a popular self-guided hiking, biking, and walking program with thousands of participants each year.
Our volunteer programs offer opportunities in public safety, interpretation, environmental protection, and habitat and species preservation. Take a day to discover a Regional Park near you!
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