Arlington Sports Conditioning - Pete Leibman

Faster. Stronger. Fitter.

Free ASC Workout for The Ballston Runaways

The Ballston Runaways has teamed up with Arlington Sports Conditioning (ASC), Arlington’s #1 outdoor workout for over 10 years.

ASC has helped thousands of people burn fat, build lean muscle, and get faster, stronger, and fitter.

Members and friends of The Ballston Runaways can attend the ASC Fast workout on Saturday, July 20, 2024 for free. You may also bring one guest for free ($70 value).

ASC Fast workouts improve speed, endurance, and overall athleticism. The workout on July 20th will be at the stadium (track, turf, and bleachers) at Washington-Liberty HS in Ballston. The workout is on, rain or shine.

Terms and conditions

Each attendee must agree to an online waiver and register individually with their own contact information.

You cannot register for another person because each person needs to agree to an online waiver.

First-time local residents only.

How to Register

Space is limited. Reserve your spot today!

Click here to register on Eventbrite. Enter promo code RUNAWAYS, and click “apply” to checkout for free.

Questions?

Email ASC Founder Pete Leibman at Pete@ArlingtonSC.com.

Want to learn more about ASC?

Scroll down to learn how ASC is different and how ASC got started.

ASC sunset workout

How Is ASC Different?

Here are five ways that ASC is different:

1. ASC is Arlington’s first and only outdoor/indoor workout program: We primarily train outdoors, although we also offer indoor workouts in the winter.

2. ASC eliminates tedious machines like treadmills, stationary bikes, and rowers: Machines may burn calories, but they don’t improve your athleticism or core strength. We focus on dynamic, athletic movements and functional equipment, such as dumbbells, kettlebells, and battleropes.

3. ASC workouts are led by an athletic, credible expert: You won’t find any junior coaches or rah-rah cheerleaders leading ASC workouts. Our workouts are designed and led by our Founder Pete Leibman. Pete has 15+ years of experience coaching thousands of people. He’s also the author of two books and more than 300 articles on peak performance.

4. ASC makes you feel like you are part of a team: All ASC workouts include partner and group drills. You leave each ASC workout feeling like you are part of a team. ASC also organizes social events throughout the year to help members connect with each other.   

5. ASC is a small, local business that keeps Arlington clean, green, and healthy: ASC shares its revenue with Arlington County Parks and Rec. By joining ASC, you also support Arlington’s parks, trails, and nature areas, and you keep Arlington clean, green, and healthy.

ASC outdoor workout

How ASC Got Started

ASC started in 2012. At the time, ASC Founder Pete Leibman was teaching a weekly Sports Conditioning class for Gold’s Gym in Ballston. The class had become extremely popular, often getting over 100 people per class (photo below).

One summer day, Pete asked the group if they would be interested in doing a workout outdoors. Everyone was interested. Three days later, Pete hosted ASC’s first outdoor workout.

Since then, Pete has led hundreds of outdoor workouts for thousands of people in Arlington.

While most of our members have been with us for years, we are just getting started…

Sports Conditioning indoor class

About Pete Leibman, ASC Founder and Head Coach

Pete Leibman is the Founder and Head Coach for ASC. Since going through his own body transformation as a teenager, Pete has helped thousands of people burn fat, build lean muscle, and get faster, stronger, and fitter. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Pete led Gold’s Gym’s most popular group exercise class for a decade. Here is a bit more about Pete:

  • Certified Personal Trainer through Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA)
  • Certified Nutrition Coach with Precision Nutrition, the #1 nutrition coaching company
  • Athlete: Competitor in 2016 Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) World Championships
  • Best-Selling Author of two books and more than 300 articles
Pete Leibman during a Tough Mudder
Pete at a Tough Mudder Obstacle Course Race
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