Join us for an hour of games like dodgeball, kickball, Nerf tag, pickleball, and more!
- 10-minute swim (lap pool)
- 30-minute bike (e-spinners in fitness center)
- 20-minute run (treadmill)
10-minute limit for pool to spin bike transition. 5 minute limit for bike to treadmill transition.
Distances will be recorded for each discipline. Winner will be decided based on points scoring system.
Each competitor will be assigned a start time. No prior triathlon experience required.
Awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners.
FREE for members of the Club Fit Tri Club.
Check back for next date!
|Child of Member||$29|
For more information contact Jen Ritz at ext. 1210 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- No shoes in class
- Feet must be clean, with toenails trimmed
- When entering or exiting the mat, always bow and say "Osu"
- Always line up to the left of senior students
- Hand shake with two hands and bow to higher rank
- Address higher rank by proper titles
- Advanced students always yield to lower ranked students when fighting
- No jewelry
- No food or drinks while training
- No talking
Shihan Kenji Suzuki, who will instruct the class, is a 5th degree black belt in both Karate and Judo. His rank of Shihan signifies that he is master of Karate. He has been studying and teaching for over 15 years, at The World Oyama Karate Headquarters in Manhattan, and recently opening his own dojo. He teaches Japanese full contact Karate.
Uniforms can be purchased through the instructor for $45, but are not required. However, shin guards and hand guards are mandatory and can be purchased from the instructor for $20. Orders and payments can be made at the first class.
Beginning January 10th
Session Ends 4/11
|14 week session|
|Child of Member||+$ 62 surcharge|
|Non-Member||+$ 84 surcharge|
Contact us if you have questions.
There's a new racquet sport in town - Pickleball!
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the nation. This min-tennis game is a combination of Ping-Pong, tennis and badminton, played with graphite paddles and unique plastic balls.
It is easy to learn, provides plenty of exercise, and is played on a court smaller than a tennis court.
We have a limited supply of paddles, so please bring your own, if you can.
9:00 - 11:00am
Click here to learn the rules of Pickleball.