We are so excited to offer Winter classes! The health and safety of our members and coaches is our top priority. Our in-person classes follow health and safety policies including social distancing and size limits according to federal, state and local health guidelines. Should shelter in place orders go into effect, we have virtual programming ready to go and will make adjustments as needed to accommodate the continually changing landscape of Covid-19.
About moms on the run
Moms on the Run is an instructor-led fitness program with coaching to motivate, educate and encourage you on your journey. You’ll make new friends, find accountability and have fun while working toward a healthier lifestyle.
Our Moms on the Run program offers options for walkers to beginning runners to experienced runners. We offer classes with cardiovascular interval training for all levels concluding with strength training, stretching and education. Our Learn to Run program will help you safely build up to your first 5k race. Walkers and experienced runners, will be encouraged to follow an interval training schedule designed to maximize your fitness levels. We also offer weekly steady paced cardio classes designed to help build endurance and offer an option to increasing mileage.
Walker or runner, you will start at your own level and progress throughout the season.
Our winter Training Program is open!
We love to run...even in the winter! Our winter running program provides an opportunity to keep getting fresh air through these long, cold winter months.
Each week we'll hit the trails or streets to help you stay active and motivated and will finish our run with foam rolling. Please bring one if you have one.
Session 2 registration now open!
This program runs January 5 - February 20, 2021
Class Meeting Details:
- Tuesdays at 5:30pm at Great River State Trail Head, 413 2nd Ave. S. Onalaska
- Saturdays at 9:00am at Great River State Trail Head, 413 2nd Ave. S. Onalaska
- Try 5 Class Pack - $49
- 1x/week attendance - $55
- 2x/week attendance - $79
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February 1 - February 28
Our 28 day healthy lifestyle challenge kicks off February 1st and run for 28 days.
MOTRvate28 will help you gear up for spring by earning points in a number of wellness categories designed to motivate you and create solid, healthy habits.
Once you have registered, come back to the MOTRvate28 homepage in the registration system and you will see a PDF tracking sheet to download. We will also email the tracker to all participants before the challenge kickoff.
5k Interval Training with Strength workout
Our signature training classes use cardio intervals to improve metabolism and cardiovascular fitness. Beginning runners will learn to run, moving from mostly walking to running as they progress through the 18-week program. More experienced runners will use intervals to improve their running speed and fitness levels. A short strength training component, stretching and education concludes the class.
Endurance Runs for increasing mileage
We offer weekly steady paced cardio workouts with an option to focus on increasing mileage or to get in an additional interval workout. Participants typically walk or jog for 30 to 45+ minutes with longer options available for those training for a 10K, half marathon or beyond.
Meet Our Team
Franchise Owner and Coach
Chris is the coach and franchise owner of Onalaska Moms on the Run. She has been running for 40 years and has no plans to stop. She competed in cross country and track in middle school and in high school and college was a 10k runner. She now runs marathons.
She is so excited to share her passion and expertise with Moms on the Run members no matter what level of running they are at. Running can be a life-long activity and she wants all women to be able to enjoy it as much as she does.
Coach Lynn is not only a coach with Moms on the Run but also the twin sister to franchise owner Chris. Both sisters have a long history of running, starting in the 5th grade. Lynn knew she liked running when she beat all the boys in the 600. She went on to compete in “fun runs” in the area then cross country and track in middle school. She then competed at the high school and collegiate level in cross country and track. After college she dabbled in triathons and cycling road races and a couple of marathons. She has past coaching experience at the high school level as a cross country and track coach. She now mainly runs for fun and is very excited to return to coaching.