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Fort Collins Club Now Offering Additional Group Fitness Classes
FORT COLLINS, CO -- Oct 2, 2012 - Fort Collins Club, a leading northern Colorado gym, is pleased to announce that it will begin offering additional group fitness classes beginning this fall. The new schedule includes more times for Spin, Pilates, Group Power, and Yoga, as well as an array of entirely new classes and routines.
Starting in October, Fort Collins Club members will have the choice to enroll in two different Group Power classes on Saturdays. The 9:45am class will continue to operate as scheduled while a 12:15pm class will become available. The power classes are each lead by a two-person personal trainer team. Group Power is a class for all ages that focuses on strengthening all of the major muscle groups by use of barbells and simple athletic movements. Both classes are set to begin a new launch cycle on October 12th.
In addition, the club is also offering a new Women on Weights (W.O.W.) group fitness class. W.O.W is a resistance-training program catered specifically for women, and lasts approximately six weeks. The program is taught by a variety of the personal trainer staff available at Fort Collins Club, and is broken down into three separate lifting routines, ranging from beginner to intermediate and advanced. The program is meant to be both challenging and fun, and will last from October 9th-November 14th. The enrollment cost is $10 and space is limited, those who are interested should inquire for more information at the Fort Collins Club front desk.
Fort Collins Club is also offering a HoopDance Fitness class for all ages. HoopDance is fun, low-impact and high cardio workout meant to strengthen the core and tone the extremities by exploring the boundaries of dance through use of a hula-hoop. HoopDance has become a northern Colorado phenomenon over the past year, as kids and adults alike have found that it can be a fun and alternative workout. Hoop-dance fitness classes are led by a personal trainer with experience in hoop-dance. Participants can bring their own hula-hoops or use ones provided by the class.
Fort Collins Club is dedicated to providing the best resources and outlets for its members and the northern Colorado community. Having been a staple of the fitness community for years, FCC aims to promote health and awareness in Fort Collins by sponsoring charity events, offering new cutting-edge workout routines and being an affordable option for individuals looking to get healthy. For more information on group fitness classes or membership, visit www.fortcollinsclub.net or call 970-224-2582.
Fort Collins Club Sponsors 2012 Thanksgiving Day Run, Supports Northern Colorado Fitness Programs
FORT COLLINS, CO -- Sep 26, 2012 - Northern Colorado gym and fitness programs supporter, Fort Collins Club, is proud to serve as one of the many generous sponsors for the Fort Collins Thanksgiving Day Run. All proceeds are to benefit the Food Bank for Larimer County. The Thanksgiving Day Run is meant for everyone, and all runners, walkers and kids are invited to kick off their holiday season with the annual community event on Thursday, November 22, 2012. Interested participants can pre-register in person at the Fort Collins Club, Runner's Roost or Altitude Running (formerly known as Foot of the Rockies) before the race or downtown on Thanksgiving Day. Online registration is available at http://timberlinetiming.com/FCThanksgivingDayRun.html.
The annual four mile event is known as the biggest and most competitive race located in Fort Collins, with cash prizes ranging from $50-$600 for the top five male and female overall finishers and the top three "Masters" or age 40 and over participants. The main four mile race starts at approximately 9:00 a.m. with the start just north of the College Ave. and Mountain Ave. intersection. The course heads south on College Ave., west on Mulberry St., through City Park on South Bryan St. and east on Mountain Ave. and finishes at Oak St. Plaza.
The Thanksgiving Day Run even has youth activities available, including the free Gobble Gobble Kids' Run. All children are invited to race down one third of a mile down College Ave. to receive a finisher's ribbon and prize. Participants meet by the Silver Grill banner hanging in Oak St. Plaza at 8:45 a.m. The event also has a "Kids Run 4 Miler Free" discount to meet every family's fitness programs goals. In the spirit of keeping families healthy and active together, not to mention keeping the event affordable, one child 10 or younger may run the Thanksgiving Day Run free (non-timed) when registered with a paying adult.
Entry fees for those who register before race day are $30 for adults and $20 for ages 11-14. On the race morning all entry fees increase by $10. All entry fees include technical tee shirts. Race packet pickup for pre-registered runners are available for pickup at the Fort Collins Club on Wednesday, November 21, 12 to 7 p.m., or at Beach House Grill on race morning, 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Participants are encouraged to bring non-perishable items for donation at the packet pickup locations. Support the vision of the Food Bank for Larimer County and serve as a good example for those participating in Thanksgiving Day Race youth activities to ensure that Larimer County all residents are hunger-free this holiday season.
Fort Collins Club is a consistent and longtime supporter of community athletic events in Fort Collins. Hosting two triathlons, one kid's triathlon and the Thanksgiving Day Run each year, the Fort Collins Club is passionate about adult and youth activities in the Fort Collins area. For more information about the Fort Collins Thanksgiving Day Run, or to learn more about the Fort Collins Club and its fitness programs, visit www.fortcollinsclub.net or call 970-224-2582.
Sports and Health Club, Fort Collins Club, Remodels Locker Room and Group Fitness Room
FORT COLLINS, CO -- Aug 13, 2012 - Fort Collins Club, a sports and health club located in northern Colorado, is pleased to announce that it has begun remodeling the men's and women's locker rooms. The remodel, which began August 3rd, is planned to finish on August 27th. The locker rooms are still accessible for the time being, as currently Fort Collins Club is only remodeling one locker bay per room a week. The club will also be installing brand new flooring in both the men's and women's locker rooms. Installing the new flooring necessitates both locker rooms being entirely closed for the duration of the installation. This closing also includes the vanity, restroom, shower and steam room areas of the locker rooms.
In order to minimize inconvenience, Fort Collins Club has scheduled the flooring installation to occur from August 18th to August 27th, during the first week of school when fewer members typically use the Club. Items in lockers must be removed before August 17th. Staff members will remove any locks or personal items left behind. Fort Collins Club cannot guarantee that any removed items will be returned to their original owners.
Locker rooms will be closed for the duration of the flooring installation, which will begin Saturday August 18 and end Sunday, August 26, 2012. Gym-goers will be provided with alternate changing rooms to minimize inconvenience. Women will be able to use the conference room in the cardio area and men will use racquetball court 4. The sports and health club would also like to remind its members that there is an additional shower area in the family changing area (located by the outdoor pool) that will be available for use.
In addition to remodeling the flooring in both locker rooms, Fort Collins Club has also refinished the flooring in the group fitness room. The refinishing, which took place over the weekend of August 11th, was done in effort to make the room more appealing in addition to having a floor that was more conducive to group fitness workouts. Classes in the room resumed on August 13th.
Fort Collins Club stands among the leading gyms in Northern Colorado. Not only are they renowned for their stellar facility and customer service, but also for their extremely personalized workout plans and group fitness classes for their members. A rock climbing wall, salon and pool are just some of the additional features available for member use. The sports and health club can be contacted by phone at 970-224-2582 or website at www.fortcollinsclub.net.
Fort Collins Club Has Something for All Walks of Life -- From Kids Club and Corporate Wellness to Silver Sneakers
FORT COLLINS, CO -- Aug 1, 2012 - Fort Collins Club, a leading health club gym in Colorado, is reminding their members that they have programs for all ages -- from kids' camps to corporate wellness to Silver Sneakers programs. No wonder they are called "The Club with Personality."
Fort Collins Club Owner Todd Heenan says, "Our fitness club works hard to provide services to people from all walks of life. Whether you are looking to get back into a fitness routine, making steps to maintain wellness and fun as an older individual or are searching for a way to keep your kids active during the summer, we have choices for everyone."
The Super Seniors and Silver Sneakers programs allow seniors to have a unique health club membership experience. Silver Sneakers is for qualifying Medicare-eligible members of a wellness plan that offers the Silver Sneakers Program. Super Senior membership includes scheduled club use, a personal fitness program, classes, blood pressure check, an orientation program, personalized workouts, seminars and more. There is a seniors specific class schedule that includes low-impact aerobics, water aerobics, chair-assisted aerobics, muscular strength and range of movement, gentle yoga and yin yoga.
Corporate wellness programs are diverse in nature, and can be customized for Fort Collins businesses. Fitness and nutrition experts from the club create a custom plan for specific corporate needs. Exercise and wellness programs are supplemented with nutrition counseling for a complete custom health club experience for businesses and their employees. Businesses can even rent the conference room at a discounted rate for meetings, events, seminars and birthday parties. Other wellness programs include: Fast Track, Diabetes and Weight Loss. Contact the Fort Collins Club front desk for more information.
Fort Collins Club also offers plenty of activities for the kids. The Kids' Club provides top-notch childcare for children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old. Children ages 7-11 can play in the Club House as long as a parent signs them in and out. Supervised hours are Monday-Friday from 4-7 p.m., while unsupervised hours also allow for plenty of play time. The Club also offers fun Kids' Camps during the summer. A birthday party at the Fort Collins Club makes any kid's birthday unforgettable by visiting the climbing wall, swimming in the pool and enjoying a pizza party.
Fort Collins Club is the leading fitness center in northern Colorado that strives to cater to every age group. For those interested in learning more about Silver Sneakers, wellness programs or youth activities can contact Fort Collins Club by visiting their front desk, calling 970.224.2582 or visiting www.fortcollinsclub.net.
Fort Collins Club Keeps Kids in Good Health: New Swim Lessons Session Added, Holds Kids' Triathlon for Children's Hospital
FORT COLLINS, CO -- Jul 16, 2012 - Fort Collins Club (FCC), a northern Colorado fitness center, is pleased to announce that they are helping keep kids in good health this summer by offering additional sessions of swim lessons and holding a Kids' Triathlon to help fund the Cardiac Kids Chapter of the Children's Hospital in Denver.
Fort Collins Club owner and General Manager Todd Heenan says, "Kids are a huge part of our membership and why we do what we do here at the Club. Our childcare program is stellar. We are a family-oriented gym and we want to keep our kids in shape too."
FCC is also planning the annual Kids' Triathlon, which will be held on Sunday, August 26. The first wave will begin at 8 am and is designed for kids ages 4-12 years old. All participants are reasonably expected to negotiate the entire course.
The event places emphasis on fun and participation, so times will not be recorded. FCC would like to remind families who plan on attending to be supportive of all participants. The Kids' Triathlon is not limited to just Kids' Club members. Any child from ages 4-12 is welcome to participate in the Kids' Triathlon.
The triathlon costs $30 for the first child per family and $25 dollars for each additional child. Early registration will end on August 1 and late registration closes on August 24. For more information, including information on available scholarships, contact FCC's front desk.
All proceeds raised from the event will go to the Cardiac Kids Chapter of the Children's Hospital in Denver. Cardiac Kids is a specific Children's Hospital department that works with children who have heart disorders. In addition, Cardiac Kids also provides support for families who have children with cardiac disorders.
Those interested in additional swim classes can also visit the front desk. Extreme popularity has enabled FCC to offer another session of swim classes. The newly added session of five swim lessons will be held July 30-August 10. FCC follows the "Learn to Swim" levels that are defined by the American Red Cross. From introduction to water skills to skill proficiency, there are swim lessons for every ability level.
Parents who wish to enroll their children in swim lessons but have conflicting schedules should inquire about the Kids' Club, an FCC program that provides children with activities for a few hours a day. Sign up at the front desk for more specific information.
Fort Collins Club is the leading gym in Fort Collins. The fitness center offers a wide variety of programs and kids club activities in addition to maintain some of the highest quality facilities east of the Rockies. To inquire about the Kids' Triathlon or the additional sessions of swimming lessons, stop by the front desk, visit the website at www.FortCollinsClub.net or call 970-224-2582
Fort Collins Club Offers New Classes for Health Club Members
FORT COLLINS, CO-- Jun 25, 2012 - Fort Collins Club, a leading health club in northern Colorado, is pleased to announce the debut of new fitness classes including Zumba, U-Jam and a summer mat schedule. The new mat schedule adds convenience for members. Zumba and U-Jam are new class offerings that fuse music, dance and a high-energy workout.
Todd Heenan, owner and General Manager of Fort Collins Club explains, "Our members have responded very positively to all of our classes and Zumba and U-JAM are no different. Every time I've seen someone walk out of Zumba or U-JAM classes they have a huge smile on their face. That's what it's all about to me -- helping people discover their passions and relieve stress while they get fit."
Zumba is a Latin dance inspired class that incorporates dance and music elements from several genres, ranging from hip-hop and salsa to martial arts and belly dance. Zumba sessions are usually about an hour long and are led by licensed instructors that could also be a personal trainer. Zumba is an excellent choice for body toning, as it requires the engagement of multiple muscle groups. Due to the fun atmosphere of the classes, Zumba has also been hailed as a fantastic way to de-stress, as some even describe it as "therapy."
Another fun class offering at the Fort Collins Club is brought to you by certified instructor and personal trainer Diana Wood. U-JAM Fitness is the latest fitness craze in California and she's bringing it to the health club. Like Zumba, U-JAM is a fitness class choreographed to music. However, it is mainly a combination of hip hop, Bollywood, Latin, and world beats. The world music will inspire those who are passionate about travel and culture.
Fort Collins Club also unveiled their new yoga and Pilates classes mat schedule for the summer which offers on average five classes a day. Sunday yoga classes are now offered at 4 pm. Pilates classes focus on physical fitness and relaxation primarily through core bodybuilding and flexibility. Egoscue is a restorative type of Pilates that can help those coming off a recent injury by focusing on balance, pain management, and restoring lost function in a manner that prevents future injury.
Having trouble deciding which class to pick? Come try out the Fort Collins Club and sample them all. For more information on the new summer Zumba, U-JAM, Yoga and Pilates classes, or even a personal trainer class session, call Fort Collins Health Club at 970.224.CLUB, or find the class schedules online at www.fortcollinsclub.net.
FORT COLLINS CLUB FITNESS CENTER OFFERS RELIEF TO HIGH PARK FIRE VICTIMS, NORTHERN COLORADANS
FORT COLLINS, Colo., June 14, 2012 -- With the High Park Fire looming near, the Fort Collins Club fitness center is reaching out to fire victims and to northern Coloradans in general. Fort Collins Club let a local camp use its facilities after an evacuation, is hosting free Zumba class event for the Red Cross, and is reaching out to northern Coloradans for support online. Todd Heenan, Owner and General Manager of the Fort Collins Club, says, "Fort Collins Club is doing whatever we can to assist the victims of the High Park Fire and the Fort Collins community as a whole. Fort Collins is our namesake and we are always looking for ways to give back to the community that has given us so much."
The Fort Collins Club offered their facilities to 150 campers from the Sky Ranch Lutheran Camp a place to shower after they were evacuated from their camp on Tuesday, June 12, 2012. The camp was evacuated by fire officials when the High Park Fire was dangerously close to their main site 55 miles west of Fort Collins. After a long day of packing, evacuating and driving, the campers were very thankful for an opportunity to clean up. The campers have since been moved to another church camp in the area. They spent the night at Trinity Lutheran Church by Spring Canyon Park.
Spring Canyon Park will also be the location of Fort Collins Club's upcoming free Zumba class on June 20, 2012 from 6:30-8:30 pm. Those interested in participating should meet before the fitness programs scheduled start time at the Northwest Pavilion area. Donations are optional, but those who can give are encouraged to help with disaster relief for the High Park Fire, as well as countless crises around the world by making a donation to support the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund. These monetary gifts enable Red Cross to provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance in response to disasters.
Fort Collins Club fitness center has also given thanks to those helping with the fire and promoted other charitable events, in addition to scheduled fitness programs, through their large Internet presence. With 1,100 Facebook followers, the health club posted information on their wall about the "9 Cares Colorado Shares" events this Saturday, June 16 at King Soopers locations in Fort Collins and Loveland in benefit of the Red Cross, Colorado Professional Fire Fighters Foundation and the Larimer County Food Bank. In addition, the health club has a blog that averages at 30 views a day where they have posted blogs that raise awareness about exercising safely in the currently poor air quality conditions outdoors.
Those interested in learning more about the Fort Collins Club fitness center and their community-minded efforts, fitness programs or the health club in general can visit www.fortcollinsclub.net or call 970-224-2582.
For further press information, please contact Todd Heenan, Owner and General Manager of the Fort Collins Club, 1307 East Prospect, Fort Collins, CO 80525, 970-224-2582.