Fitness in the Square makes exercise fun and free

Apex Center offers fitness classes in Olde Town Square

Posted 7/17/19

When Maureen Sotoohi and her daughter, Ana, decided they wanted to take a fitness class, the next step was easy. By Saturday morning, the two found themselves standing in Olde Town Square, prepared …

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Fitness in the Square makes exercise fun and free

Apex Center offers fitness classes in Olde Town Square

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When Maureen Sotoohi and her daughter, Ana, decided they wanted to take a fitness class, the next step was easy. By Saturday morning, the two found themselves standing in Olde Town Square, prepared to take an Apex Center class outdoors and free of charge as part of this month’s Fitness in the Square program.

“It’s a great workout — this is the most working out we’ve done all summer,” Ana Sotoohi said.

For the remainder of July, Apex will host its Fitness in the Square classes every Saturday morning in Olde Town Square, adjacent to the Arvada Library at 7525 W. 57th Ave.

“It’s convenient, and it’s so nice to be outside,” Maureen Sotoohi said.

The classes began with a boot camp on July 13 led by Apex instructor Alexi Robinson, who led participants through “a little bit of everything,” she said, from strength moves to cardio.

Apex plans to hold a Zumba class in the square at nine a.m. on Saturday, July 20 and a pound class at nine a.m. on Saturday, July 27, Robinson said. Each class wraps up with an outing to a nearby restaurant for brunch or drinks.

Robinson said anyone can participate regardless of their experience or physical fitness.

“It’s easy to do everything at least once,” she said. “Come and have fun. It’s a blast.”

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