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WELLNESS: Put the boots to your fitness

A Tri-City hiking club sets out for a Sunday morning walk around Colony Farm in Coquitlam. Club members do walks locally, then take their comfortable shoes and walking sticks to foreign streets. They recently returned from a walking tour in Italy. - Craig Hodge/The Tri-City News
A Tri-City hiking club sets out for a Sunday morning walk around Colony Farm in Coquitlam. Club members do walks locally, then take their comfortable shoes and walking sticks to foreign streets. They recently returned from a walking tour in Italy.
— image credit: Craig Hodge/The Tri-City News

The city of Port Moody is hosting boot camps for people aiming to get or keep fit.

Registered boot camps will take participants outside to challenge their muscles and bump up their heart rate with various exercises and methods of training. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced, your instructor will provide modifications to make sure all exercises match your fitness level.

The camps run April 4 to 29: Levels 1 and 2 run Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 to 7 a.m.; Level 3 runs Mondays and Wednesdays, 6 to 7 a.m. All sessions take place at the PoMo rec complex, 300 Ioco Rd. Cost is $60 per person for eight sessions or $75 for 10 sessions.

For more information, view this program online at www.portmoody.ca/signmeup. You can also register by calling 604-469-4556.

 

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