City parks & rec hosting fitness open houses

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Updated: 1/25/2013 10:19 am
Information from City of Lubbock

Parks and Recreation wants to help you achieve your New Year's resolutions!  On Saturday, January 26, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., our community and senior centers (see below) will host open houses to introduce the public to their lifestyle fitness areas and classes. There will be door prizes, demonstrations, and refreshments, and admission is free.  There is never a cost to use the fitness equipment, but patrons must complete an orientation packet with annual waiver and be instructed on how to use the equipment prior to their first workout.
 
Lubbock Senior Center
2001 19th Street  767-2710  Ages 45+
Treadmills, Elliptical Machines, Cardio Glide, Recumbent and Stationary Bikes, Stepper, Hand Weights - Classes: Yoga, Cumbia-size
 
Maggie Trejo Supercenter
3200 Amherst Street  767-2705
Treadmills, Elliptical Machine, Stationary Bikes, Hydraulic Fitness Equipment (9 piece circuit), Toning Tables, Weight Machines, Free Weights, Bench Press
 
Mae Simmons Community Center
2004 Oak Avenue   767-2700
Senior Center -Treadmill and Bike only
Community Center - Treadmills, Elliptical Machine, Recumbent and Stationary Bikes, Universal Gym, Free Weights, Bench Press
 
Copper Rawlings Community Center
213 40th Street  767-2704
Arc Trainer, Recumbent and Stationary Bikes, Weight Machine, Hand Weights, Benches
 
Hodges Community Center
4011 University  767-3706
Classes Only - New! Zumba Moms (with childcare), Zumba, New! Zumba Gold,
New! Beginning Yoga, Martial Arts, and more!
 
Parks and Recreation is dedicated to helping Lubbock citizens maintain a healthy lifestyle and offers many activities at low or no cost.  All of these activities are listed in the 2013 Spring Recreation and Leisure Guide, which is available online at www.playlubbock.com or by mail by calling 775-2673. 
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