November 16, 2007
Who wants to be a triathlete?
Test your fitness limits but not your pocketbook when you learn how to train for a triathlon November 28 at a complimentary fitness session at the Williamsburg Lodge. Connie Glueck, certified aquatics instructor, first degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do and triathlete, will conduct the informative session in the Lodge conference center Allegheny Room from 6 – 7 p.m.
Triathlons are multi-sport events that include swimming, bicycling and running. “Triathlons are for athletes of all ages and fitness levels and are a great way for people to increase their competitive edge and experience the thrill of crossing the finish line,” says Amy Scanlin, fitness manager for The Spa of Colonial Williamsburg.
Triathlons come in a variety of lengths – from sprint to iron man – and can be enjoyed by the whole family. The informative session will offer tips on how to get started in training, equipment suggestions and how to fit training into today’s busy lifestyles.
For more information on the free training session which is open to the public, contact Amy Scanlin at 220-7479 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Established in 1926, the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is the not-for-profit educational institution that preserves and operates the restored 18th-century Revolutionary capital of Virginia as the nation’s largest living history museum. The Colonial Williamsburg Company, a subsidiary of the Foundation, operates a Resort Collection with more than 1,000 guest rooms among five hotels including the landmark Williamsburg Inn, four historic dining taverns and six restaurants, and 66,000 square feet of conference space centered at the Williamsburg Lodge, as well as a new 20,000-square-foot spa, and the Golden Horseshoe golf courses. Each purchase of Colonial Williamsburg products and services supports the Foundation’s preservation, research, and educational programs.
Williamsburg is located in Virginia’s Tidewater region, 20 minutes from Newport News, within an hour’s drive of Richmond and Norfolk, and 150 miles south of Washington D.C., off Interstate 64. For more information about Colonial Williamsburg, call 1-800-HISTORY or visit Colonial Williamsburg’s Web site at www.ColonialWilliamsburg.com or www.goldenhorsehoegolf.com.