The Sacramento Kaiser Permanente Fitness Court is NOW OPEN!
Here’s How It Happened:
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.
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!
The Maryland Heights Fitness Court is NOW OPEN!
Here’s How It Happened:
Missouri has joined the 2018 National Fitness Campaign! Just outside of historic St. Louis, the City of Maryland Heights is leading the state as the first to install The Fitness Court® and activate free fitness for all.
The outdoor bodyweight circuit training gym is now available for public use in Quiet Hollow Park, suitable for adults of all abilities, and at no cost to residents. By pairing The Fitness Court with a free mobile app, members of the Maryland Heights community and greater St. Louis area can take classes, learn routines and get fit — all in their own local park!
“It will allow individuals the chance to work out while being outdoors and when their schedule permits. We are very excited to have this new amenity in our community,” says Tracey Anderson, Director of Parks and Recreation for the City of Maryland Heights.
The city is dedicated to keeping residents excited about health and wellness, so their new Fitness Court is a public resource added to city infrastructure for the health benefits of all residents. Friends, families and fit fans in the St. Louis area attended an Opening Day Launch Party to welcome the Court on Saturday, September 22nd in Quiet Hollow Park!