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With colder weather and shorter days upon us, it’s hard to stay motivated and keep active.
Fortunately, Rocklin Parks and Recreation can help chase away winter blues with some fun, new fitness classes. Fusion Fitness Boot Camp exposes participants to exercise principles they may have never experienced in a traditional gym setting. Sattva Pilates, Barre & Yoga has classes like Dynamic Yoga, Pilates Basics and even a Healthy Back class. If you like to dance for fitness, try Hula Fit or the new Hot Hula Fitness. For older health nuts, check out the popular Stretch and Fitness class.
Registration is currently underway for the popular Shoot the Rock (STR) Basketball program for grades 1-12. STR Basketball is a coed recreational league associated with the Jr. Kings program, which emphasizes skill development, sportsmanship and fun. The program consists of one practice and one game per week.
The City of Rocklin is now offering tennis lessons for all ages and abilities at Johnson-Springview Park; don’t miss the Cardio Tennis class for adults. New tennis pro, Andrew Fearnside, is ready to get you moving.
For more information and to register for these programs, visit www.rocklin.ca.us/ParksandRecreation or call 916-625-5200.