Get a head start on the ski season with Ski Fitness

This fall, the Black Creek Community Assocation (BCCA) is offering two new classes: Ski Fitness and Zumba Circuit at the Black Creek Community Centre

This fall, the Black Creek Community Assocation (BCCA) is offering two new classes: Ski Fitness and Zumba Circuit at the Black Creek Community Centre.

Ski Fitness will provide participants with a chance to get a head start on preparing for the ski season. Ski-specific training works on specific body muscles that are crucial in skiing. This class will feature aerobic exercises that can develop your skiing stamina, as well as endurance. It will also offer all of the components to get your body ready for the ski season. This class is suitable for ages 14 and up. It runs on Wednesdays from Sept. 21 to Dec. 7, 6-7 p.m.

And it’s also time to Zumba at the Black Creek Community Centre. Zumba exercises include music with fast and slow rhythms and resistance training for fitness and weight loss.

For more information call at 250-337-5190.

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