'Go Fetch Run' workout for people and their dogs offered at Prospect Park

A special workout class started by a Brooklyn woman is growing in popularity with people and their dogs. 'Go Fetch Run' was started by Angi

The workout features cardio and strength training at Prospect Park, all incorporating the participants' pets.

The workout features cardio and strength training at Prospect Park, all incorporating the participants' pets. (10/15/13)

BROOKLYN - A special workout class started by a Brooklyn woman is growing in popularity with people and their dogs.

'Go Fetch Run' was started by Angi Aramburu, and brings dog owners and their pets to Prospect Park five days a week. The workout features cardio and strength training, all incorporating the participants' pets.

Aramburu started the classes last April, and says she got the idea because she runs a similar class for parents and children. The classes have become so popular, Aramburu has now expanded the program to Central Park.
 

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