We all know that Arlington is for fitness lovers, in fact, American Fitness Index named it the “Fittest City in America“. And even during this period of staying at home and maintaining social distancing, fitness centers in Arlington are coming up with new and innovative ways to connect with their clients and offer fitness to the public. Here are a few that you can check out.
A Fairfax County elementary school physical education teacher has been holding daily online fitness events for students for the last two weeks. These classes feature stretches, short workouts, and challenges. Suzanne Metz, who is a teacher at North Springfield Elementary, said, “It’s just so fun, and … sometimes I wear my crazy pants and people get so excited about it. I’ve gotten such a great reaction.” Continue reading
West End Alexandria is slowly becoming the place for all fitness enthusiasts as a new fitness center is set to make its opening in summer. E60 Fitness is making plans to open in the new mixed use development at King and North Beauregard streets. Continue reading
Located at 3501 2nd Street S., in Arlington, the Thomas Jefferson Community Center engages the community by offering an array of fun activities for everyone to enjoy. Below are some fun things to do at the center.
Located at Lake Anne in Reston, New Trail Cycling Studio is launching its teen program on January 22. Classes will be offered every Wednesday at 4 p.m. for teens ages 12-17. The owner of the studio, Liz Kamp, said, “the teen program has always been part of our plan. I started riding in my teens, and it was an important part of my teen years. It wasn’t just about the workout, but it was about being able to let go of the pressures outside the studio and just focus on me for 50 minutes.” Continue reading
On September 14, 2019, Family Fitness and Fun Fest will be held in Herndon from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. It is a superhero-themed event that includes fitness and nutrition stations that encourage everyone to adopt a healthier lifestyle. Continue reading