New Programs for Spring at the Parker Rec Center

Spring into fitness at Parker Recreation

Warm weather is right around the corner, and people’s attention is  turning toward favorite outdoor activities including cycling and golf. Parker Recreation is offering several programs during the month of March that will help prepare you for the upcoming seasons.

Parker Recreation’s Two Hour Cycling Challenge got such a positive response for February that the Fitness Division scheduled three additional dates for March. During this two hour spinning class your instructor will take you on a journey simulating a ride through Colorado’s scenic high country. Riders should come early to set-up and be ready to ride the full two hours. Bring extra water and snacks, plus a towel or two!  You may also want to bring an extra jersey.

Two Hour Cyling Challenges are scheduled on Sunday, March 2, Sunday, March 9 and Saturday, March 15 from 10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. at the Parker Recreation Center. Riders may sign up in advance by calling 303.841.4500 or by stopping at the front desk. These rides are included in your membership or daily admission fee.

For golfers, core strength and balance are the keys to a controlled, powerful, consistent swing. Parker Recreation is offering a Core Strength for Golfers class March 3 to 24. The class meets Mondays for four weeks from 4:45 to 5:45 p.m. at the Parker Recreation Center. Instructors Tim Kilduff and Becky Baron will use resistance training, fitballs and Pilates techniques to build your core. Cost for this course is $44 for Parker residents, $49 for non-residents. Participants may register online at Click the online registration button and search with keyword golf.

For youth who want to get in peak performance condition for spring or summer sports, or who just want to get in better shape, Parker Recreation has two sessions of Youth Sports Conditioning starting the first week of March. Kids ten to 12 years old will work with personal trainers twice per week for six weeks to improve their speed, agility, core strength, balance and flexibility. Sessions are from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays, or on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cost for Youth
Sports Conditioning is $40 for Parker Residents, $45 for non-residents. Register online at, using youth sports conditioning in your keyword search.

For additional information on any of the above programs, contact Fitness and Wellness Coordinator Hillary Roemersberger at 303.805.3278 or


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