The City of San Bernardino Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is gearing up for Spring with an outdoor Fitness Boot Camp. Boot Camp is a combination of strength, muscle endurance, cardio, core, and functional movement exercises. The first Spring sessions start on April 3 or 4 at the Littlefield/Shultis or Tom Minor Parks in San Bernardino.
The benefits to all who attend include reducing body weight, increasing lean muscle mass, and improving cardiovascular endurance as well as improving coordination, balance, agility, and mental stamina. With over 15 years of experience, personal trainer and Zumba and aerobics instructor Jamila Bowen brings elements of Body Works, Les Mills Body Pump, Sandbells, Cardio Kickboxing, Power Circuit and Aquatic Aerobics into her curriculum. “The overall goal for me would be to help combat and aid in the fight against obesity for those aged 16+ and increase the health and wellness for all ages for the citizens of the City of San Bernardino”, says Ms. Bowen.
Two convenient 6-week sessions are arranged to meet your busy schedules, either in the mornings on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 6:15 a.m. (Session 1 – Littlefield/Shultis Park) or evenings on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:15p.m. with Saturday morning at 7:00a.m. (Session 2 – Tom Minor Park). Daily classes are up to 55 minutes in length, depending upon what you want to put into it and get out of it. Cost for a six-week session is $55.00. Participants are to bring a mat, towel, and water.
For more information and to register, phone or visit the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department at (909) 384-5233, 201 N. E Street, Suite 301, San Bernardino CA 92401, www.sbcity.org/cityhall/parks/.