You can apply for a swing train in the fall of 2019 at APCO Training, the company that’s hiring to run the first swing train program in Florida since 2013.
The swing train, which is designed to help people learn how to swing properly and with less fatigue, will start at Orlando’s Fair Park.
It’s the first program in the country to offer classes in both swing and basic, full-body exercise.
The company said that since it’s new, the schedule is flexible.
The first class is scheduled for March 21.
Here’s what you need to know about the swing train and what to expect.
How to get a swing training class: It’s a program where people can work out a few weeks at a time.
They will also learn to swing, learn to hit and improve their coordination.
APCO is using an app that tracks the classes, and people who are interested in the program can sign up here.
You’ll have a choice of classes.
APco said it will pay for a variety of equipment, including a belt and a harness, and will cover the cost of training.
The classes are in Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Tampa and St. Petersburg.
The schedule: The first one will be on March 21, 2019, and the rest will run through March 28.
Here is the full schedule: Classes will start with the swing training and include the basic swing.
The class will last around 45 minutes and include a basic warm-up.
Then the class will move to a full-contact class, where the instructor will teach them to swing correctly, including basic hit-and-run and drop-and be ready-to-swing techniques.
The last class will be an all-out, full swing class.
The next class is expected to be on April 14.
You can also schedule swing train training sessions to help with your recovery.
APCo is hiring: APCO will pay $250 per person for the first class.
APPO is a private company that specializes in fitness equipment.
Its classes are free and offer classes for both women and men.
APACC also offers a free yoga program.