If you’re looking for family-oriented exercise opportunities in Phoenix, you may want to head over to Margaret T. Hance Park soon. Highly qualified fitness instructors will be teaching this year’s “Fall Into Fitness” classes on Tuesdays from 6-7pm up until the 5th of December. Chances are there’s something for everybody, as a wide variety of classes will be held. These classes will include P90X training sessions, Zumba classes, Insanity workouts, MixxedFit sessions, as well as Country Heat and Turbo Kick courses. These proficient calorie-burning classes are designed to be easy for families and groups to attend, regardless of body type or experience level.
History Of Fall Into Fitness
Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton, Daniel Valenzuela, and gold medalist olympian swimmer Misty Hyman have put together the FitPHX program in order to create a healthier, more fit, city of Phoenix. As a result of their efforts, the city of Phoenix has become an increasingly healthy region. The program works in a variety of ways, such as alongside government and universities in order to teach citizens how to lead healthier lifestyles.
Margaret Hance, the city of Phoenix’s first female mayor, helped to bring about the construction of the park. Positioned near the Phoenix Center For The Arts, the Margaret T. Hance Park is one of the city’s largest and most celebrated parks, often serving as the location for important community events such as fitness classes.
Park is located at: 67 W Culver St, Phoenix, AZ 85003