No matter what your fitness goals are for the new year, Norris Recreation Center can help you stay focused and on track for success.
Meeting the workout needs of the whole family, January programs at Norris can kick-start a routine or add variety to a current regimen of classes. If you’re already a Norris member, you’ll receive discounts on programs as well.
For a full-body workout, look no further than TRX Challenge, for ages 12 and older.
Whether you’re a beginner or experienced fitness participant, this one-hour class will engage every muscle group, using your own body weight as resistance for each exercise. Norris will offer one session this winter from 6-7 p.m. Mondays, Jan. 26-March 23. The fee is $120 for members and $156 for nonmembers.
“TRX Challenge is beneficial for anyone looking to add variety to an exercise program,” said Ande Masconcup, Assistant Superintendent of Recreation. “The participant can make the intensity of the workout easier or harder depending on their comfort level.”
If one of your fitness goals for 2020 is competing in a triathlon, get your body ready during Triathlon Training from 7:30-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Jan. 9-March 26. This new program will build the strength and endurance you will need to compete. The fee is $120 for members and $156 for nonmembers.
Do you hope to relax more in the new year? Sign up for Vibrational Sound Healing, an alternative way to relieve stress and allow the body to balance emotions. Using a gong, this program is based on the ancient wisdom that the gong vibrates at the same frequency as the body, allowing the body to heal itself. Sound Healing is offered from 8:45-9:45 p.m. Jan. 14, Feb. 11 and March 10. The fee per class is $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers.
“The experience is relaxing and stress relieving, balances the central nervous system and aids in meditation,” Masoncup added.
And if you want to introduce your children to the power of the mind-body connection, sign them up for Little Yogis, from 4:30-5:25 p.m. Mondays, Jan. 6-March 23. Children will learn poses in a fun, age-appropriate manner as well as instill the importance of focus, body awareness and confidence. Parents are welcome to stay or drop-off their children. The fee is $120 for members and $156 for nonmembers.
For more information on programs or membership, visit www.norrisrec.org or call Ande Masoncup at 630-677-0303.