National Fitness Campaign’s Fitness Court Challenge Invitational
The National Fitness Campaign is proud to announce our Fitness Court Invitational Challenge on August 25, 2012 on the iconic Marina Green. This is a fun, challenging competition to crown our first Fitness Court Champion.
You will complete a qualifying circuit on the Fitness Court to identify your level of competition. The levels are Fun and Competitive, Fun completing one 7 minute circuit and Competitive completing two 7 minute circuits during the competition. There will be a male and female category.
Once you have qualified, you will go head to head against the members of your category for the chance to win. Please become familiar with our circuit and all of the exercises as we will be announcing the specific exercises the day of the event. There will be a proctor at every station to be sure correct form and technique is being exercised. We will have t-shirts for every participant and prizes for the winners.
Date | September TBA
Time | 9am – 12am
Location | Marina Green National Fitness Court
Cost | Free
The National Fitness Campaign builds Fit Communities with its innovative outdoor Fitness Courts, featuring an effective and universally accessible fitness platform for the 21st Century. This is your chance to show San Francisco what you’ve got on the Fitness Court!
The Fitness Court is designed to support adults of all ages in an easy to learn bodyweight fitness regimen. It can support a beginner’s new commitment to fitness as well as challenge the most serious athlete with a program that is flexible, adaptable and versatile.
The 32′ x 32′ Court is divided into 7 stations, which are each based on the 7 elements of functional fitness – Core, Squatting, Pushing, Lunging, Agility/ Balance and Bending. Our 7×7 interval training methodology is comprised of 7-movement x 7-minute circuits.gimen. It can support a beginner’s new commitment to fitness as well as challenge the most serious athlete with a program that is flexible, adaptable and versatile.
No machines or weights are involved. Dozens of exercise variations will help you progress in these 7 natural body movements. The system is easy to learn and once you understand it, you can use it regularly on or off the court.