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Stroller Strides continues its expansion in Triangle

Stroller Strides will open up in western Cary and offer an indoor summer workout at Cary Towne Center.

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall

Stroller Strides is continuing its expansion across the Triangle.

Jen Kedrowski, the mom and owner of Stroller Strides - Raleigh, is expanding into western Cary and offering a summertime indoor option starting next week.

Stroller Strides is designed for moms and their stroller-riding babies and kids, ages 6 weeks to four years. It includes cardio, strength training, abdominal work and songs and other fun for the kids. And it's designed for all fitness levels. Speaking from experience, it's a great workout.

Starting July 6, Kedrowski will offer classes at Carpenter Village off Morrisville Carpenter Road at 9:30 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. A grand opening event is set for 9 a.m. July 6 at the large gazebo at Carpenter Village. There will be door prizes and mom-friendly samples. It's all free. Click here for details.

And starting July 12, she'll offer an indoor workout this summer at Cary Towne Center. They'll be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Fridays at the mall.

Other local Stroller Strides workout locations include: Crowder Park in Apex, Lake Johnson Park in Raleigh, Apex Community Park in Apex, North Hills mall in Raleigh, the museum park at the N.C. Museum of Art in Raleigh, and Southern Village in Chapel Hill. Workouts are offered during the week and, at some locations, on Saturdays.

Go to strollerstrides.com to find all of the local locations and more information.

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