St. Petersburg, FL (September 19, 2018) – Healthy St. Pete’s free Trainer Tuesday sessions educate and inspire St. Petersburg residents to get out and get active by utilizing the free exercise zones located throughout the city.
On the last Tuesday of each month, a local personal trainer or fitness educator will be available at an exercise zone to provide tips on using the equipment. Join Healthy St. Pete on Tuesday, September 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Riviera Bay Park exercise zone, 8131 Macoma Drive NE., located on the corner of Macoma Dr. NE and 81st Ave.
Each month, there will be a new trainer at a new exercise zone location with a different fitness focus. Trainers will offer pointers on general fitness to tips for those with disabilities.
Trainer Tuesday sessions are part of Healthy St. Pete’s Get Fit St. Pete program. Get Fit St. Pete aims to increase opportunities for residents to engage in physical fitness through free and affordable programming and through partnerships with local health and wellness businesses and organizations.
The event is free and open to the public. All ages and fitness levels are welcome. For more information, contact Healthy St. Pete at 727-892-5994 or visit www.HealthyStPeteFL.com.
About Healthy St. Pete
Healthy St. Pete – a division of the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department and an initiative of the City of St. Petersburg – works to build a culture of health in St. Pete by making the healthy choice the easy choice through innovative programs and community collaboration. The division improves health outcomes, reduces health inequities, implements policies and programs and encourages the community to eat, shop, live and play healthy in a city where the sun shines on all.
About St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department
The St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department is nationally accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies, and with 17 recreation facilities, nine swimming pools, over 150 parks and more than 70 athletic fields, the department makes it a mission to preserve and enhance the city’s parklands and recreational facilities and engage the community in leisure activities.
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