City of Palmdale Seeks Fitness Court Ambassadors
PALMDALE – The City of Palmdale is recruiting Fitness Court Ambassadors to help instruct others in the community how to properly use the equipment in the new Fitness Court, scheduled to open soon at Pelona Vista Park in Palmdale. “Are you someone who loves being outside and working out?” asked Recreation Supervisor Jennifer Tallakson. “Now is your chance to give back to your community!” Persons interested in becoming a Fitness Ambassador should contact Jennifer Tallakson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 661/267-5611. There will be a required brief 30 minute webinar as part of the training. The Fitness Court is a best-in-class outdoor bodyweight circuit training that includes more than 30 pieces of exercise equipment arranged in stations that allow for up to 28 people to use the court at the same time. The system features a series of full-body exercises that can be completed in just seven minutes. The 7 Movements in 7 Minutes is a simple yet powerful workout created for a range of athletic abilities that is shown to burn more calories per minute than most other forms of exercise. The Fitness Court is made possible through funds from Antelope Valley Hospital, the presenting sponsor, as well as support from The Kaiser Foundation and an NFC Fitness Grant from official music sponsor Fit Radio. ABOUT NFC: National Fitness Campaign, founded in 1979, partners with local communities and nationwide sponsors to promote healthy infrastructure. The Fitness Court™ ecosystem combines digital tools, evolving challenges and best-in-class equipment to create the world’s best outdoor gym experience. With original locations in 4,000 cities worldwide, a flagship installation in San Francisco and 100 new locations across the United States, National Fitness Campaign is committed to making world class fitness free for everyone.