Play Lubbock announces Park Fit Challenge - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Play Lubbock announces Park Fit Challenge

Provided by City of Lubbock Parks Department

The Park Fit Challenge encourages all Lubbockites to get out and get moving!

Each month, the Park Fit Challenge highlights a new park and a new exercise.

If you make it out to Tech Terrace Park, the park of the month, you can enjoy the .61 mile walking track.

While you are there, you can partake in this month's exercise- push-ups. Beginners are advised to start on their knees; those in the intermediate category are encouraged to try traditional push-ups, while those in the advanced category can try decline push-ups on a bench.

"It's a fun program and it's for everyone," said Aimee Ruel, Maxey Community Center Director.

The Park Fit Challenge offers workouts for beginners, intermediate and advanced fitness enthusiasts. For more information you log on to www.playlubbock.com.

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