Workout Wednesday: FIT4MOM Twin Ports Expands to Superior, Esko

September 30, 2016 09:22 AM

For this Workout Wednesday, we welcomed FIT4MOM Twin Ports Owner Lisa Filzen back to the studio for some new stroller workout moves and details on their recent expansion. 

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"We're opening classes in Superior and Esko starting in June," Lisa says, adding that an expanded territory meant it was time for a new name. "FIT4MOM Twin Ports was a good fit, so we've got all of Duluth, Hermantown, Superior and Esko now."

A lot has happened in just one year in the area, and Lisa says they're celebrating with a one-year anniversary party on May 7th. That's when they'll have a free Stroller Strides class. 

With new classes and a new name, Lisa says they're also recruiting four new instructors. 

"They're moms that currently come to class, so they're going to get nationally certified," Lisa explains. "We actually are holding a national certification in the Twin Cities in a few weeks, and then they're going to be teaching their own classes."

Another mom with the program is starting a Run Club, with weekly runs and a 5K training program with strollers.

Stroller Strides classes in Duluth are held outdoors at Playfront Park and the Rose Garden. If it's a rainy day, Lisa says they'll use the DECC as a backup location. Updates on class locations are posted on their Facebook page.

A full class schedule is available here.

Click here to learn more about everything happening with FIT4MOM Twin Ports. 


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