Mile High Run Club NoMad

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bySally Meehan, July 11, 2017

Do you like to run? Do you want to become a better, more efficient runner and/or prepare for an upcoming race? Or do you hate to run but want to burn a shit ton of calories? Finally, do you dig the energy, darkness, loud music, and kick ass instructors that dominate the world of spinning? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the class for you.

Mile High Run Club has successfully brought form, strategy and distance coaching to running. It is an interval-based class where you work on your speed, form and hills in a night club-like setting on BEAUTIFUL treadmills.

Though we always thought we “hated running on a treadmill,” this dynamic class at Mile High Run Club makes us WAY better athletes and flies by.



All of the workouts at Mile High Run Club are coached, interval-based treadmill runs. They differ in the amount of time you spend on the tread and how long/fast the intervals are.

This 45 minute class for runners of all levels consists of 28 minutes of intervals followed by running-focused strength training. The Dash 28 class is a fantastic way to dip your toe into the Mile High world. With only 28 minutes of running, where you are guided through intervals and are always in control of your own pace, it is definitely doable for beginners and joggers. You can also crank the treadmill as high as you want, so we promise that whatever level you’re at, you’ll be challenged.

This class is the perfect combination of cardio and strength training. You do a few circuits with kettle bells after the run portion and leave with your whole body sore (in the good way.)


Corinne gets down to business. She lays the whole workout in front of you from the get go and meticulously walks you through it with encouragement. There are no surprises. She is straight forward, her workouts are dynamic and she does a great job mixing up speed and hills.


Packed wall to wall with smooth and joint-friendly Woodway treadmills, the Mile High Run Club NoMad studio could moonlight as a night club. The ever-changing lighting is sick (and makes you look like a badass as you watch yourself in the mirror), the sound system is ON POINT and the temperature control in the room is mission critical.

The studio itself is beautiful. The bathrooms are clean, bright and crisp white with clean showers, hair dryers, organic deodorant, etc. (AKA no complaints about the basics.) The retail swag is also really cool: lots of cool clothes (like a tank that says “In Tread We Trust”), coconut waters and trendy recovery beverages, plus a warm community with lots of options to get more involved with running.

Mile High Run Club NoMad

24 W 25th St, New York, NY 10010
NoMad Running $$$

Mile High Run Club NoMad

NoMad Running, $$$

24 W 25th St, New York, NY 10010

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