Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Bozeman's Ridge Takes Part In Get Active America! [Video]

“You know you're supposed to do it. You know it's good for you in a lot of ways, but fitness and exercise sounds like a trip to the dentist for a lot of people. That's why The Ridge Athletic Club is opening up its doors for International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association's campaign Get Active America! The principle focus of the event is to get across the idea that it's not where you start but where you finish that matters. ‘There's a fair amount of anxiety associated with starting a fitness program. People think it's not for them or the kind of person that they could be, but once they get in here and see that they're just like everybody else and that there's no one judging them they get going and can't live without it and pass it on,’ owner and general manager of the Ride Athletic Club Steve Roderick said. Throughout the week, Ridge members will have the opportunity to invite a friend or family member to their club at no cost. During this time, members and guests will have access to the clubs' trainers, equipment and a variety of group fitness classes. In addition, local residents that weekend can participate in the clubs' open house and take exercise classes and use the facilities at the Ridge for free. Visitors who would like to join The Ridge during Get Active America! Week will benefit by receiving fifty dollars off the joining fee.”

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