Date(s) - Mar 18, 2015
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Discover some of our city’s Best Places to Keep Your Spirit Alive with the Rochester A-List Fitness Crawl. The Crawl will offer a variety of fitness activities at local businesses so you can explore new places and fitness options and find the ones that resonate with you. Get ready for some seriously fun health and wellness crawling!
Join us for Skyrobics at Sky Zone Trampoline Park (and bring the kiddos for open jump)
This is your chance to try Skyrobics for a one of a kind workout. Jeremy will lead the class for a unique fun workout that burns up to 1,000 calories! Plus all kinds of fun, raffles, giveaways and perks.
Here’s The 411
The class is one hour and begins at 6pm. This Crawl Stop is being offered for $5 and includes skysocks. Kids can open jump by age for $12 including socks. This includes foam zone and sky slam. We will have giveaways and raffle prizes (for the grown ups). Class size is limited.
SkyRobics is low-impact, healthy fun that combines calisthenics, core exercises and strength-building aerobics. SkyRobics is one of the most dynamic, effective and active workouts you can get! Don’t worry, any level of athlete will feel rejuvenated after this workout.
ABOUT SKY ZONE:
You had us at Flying. Sky Zone is dedicated to providing you with the pure joy that comes with flying. Their website states that they are sky lovers, thrill seekers and people who believe that jumping is freedom. They believe fitness can be fun and play can be smart. Voted the number one “out of the box” workout and the “best party ever.”
BONUS IT KEEPS YOU FROM GETTING SICK:
“If the lymphatic system is circulating properly, it is practically impossible to get sick,” says Dr. Samuel West. A noted lecturer and author, West has stated that bouncing is the best way to circulate the lymphatics.
Save Your Spot
RSVP on Facebook, but to officially save your spot for this crawl stop, email [email protected]. If you receive a confirmation email, you are in. Include how many will attend the skyrobics class (adults and kids over 13), and if you are bringing kids for open jump, include each child’s age.