Kaiser Permanente Powers National Fitness Campaign in California’s Capital City

The Sacramento Kaiser Permanente Fitness Court is NOW OPEN!

 

Here’s How It Happened:

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The City of Sacramento has launched their beautiful new outdoor Fitness Court in Roosevelt Park, joining the National Fitness Campaign to fund healthy infrastructure and make world-class fitness free for everyone.

In early October, Vice Mayor Steve Hansen joined Sandy Sharon, Senior Vice President and Area Manager from Kaiser Permanente, and NFC Founder Mitch Menaged for a Launch Party to celebrate the city’s effort to promote healthy living for residents.

Kaiser Permanente, nationally recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans, has partnered with the City of Sacramento and NFC to pioneer this incredible program in the state’s capital.

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Conveniently located in downtown’s Roosevelt Park, visitors to the new Fitness Court can bike, jog or run to their no-cost bodyweight gym any day of the week! Designed for adults of all fitness levels, this state-of-the-art outdoor circuit training system provides residents an elegant option for a simple seven-movement workout experience.

THANK YOU SACRAMENTO FOR PUTTING FREE FITNESS ON THE MAP!