When it comes to exercise, the terms “stamina” and “endurance” are essentially interchangeable. However, there are some subtle differences between them.
Stamina is the mental and physical ability to sustain an activity for a long period. Think hiking, chasing your kids, moving out of your house, recreational games, etc. So much in life requires a decent baseline of stamina.
Endurance refers to your body’s physical capability to sustain an exercise for an extended period. It’s made up of two components: cardiovascular endurance and muscular endurance. Cardiovascular endurance is the ability of your heart and lungs to fuel your body with oxygen. Muscular endurance is the ability of your muscles to work continuously without getting tired.
Essentially, you need endurance training in order to improve your stamina.
We carefully construct our TCR Endure classes to target endurance, to build your capacity to endure, to increase your ability to sustain, and most importantly maintain a life full of activity and adventure.
You can find our TCR Endure classes on the schedule every Saturday at 8:15am, 9:30am, and 10:45am.
Included in class based recurring monthly memberships and open access for punchcard holders.
TCR Endure classes are included in class based recurring monthly memberships and open access for punchcard holders.