Basin Recreation is offering a full function adult fitness boot camp at the Basin Recreation Field House Jan. 2-Feb. 9 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for six weeks, except for Tuesday, Jan. 2. The cost is $275 per person for 18 sessions or $15 per session. The full function boot camp is designed to benefit and push most levels. It is an integrated training system which will include three phases. For the first two weeks will focus on flexibility, core, stability and balance training. The second two weeks will focus on strength training and the last two weeks on power training. The class is offered by Will Cummins, an APEX, NASM-CPT, USSF national licensed coach. Sign up online at http://www.activityreg.com/clientmainpage.asp?cid=BASINREC or in person at the Field House. Call 655-0999 for more information.
Bump, set, and spike your way to the Adult Co-ed Winter volleyball league. One of Park City Recreation’s most popular leagues starts Wednesday, Jan. 10 from 6-10 p.m. Choose from the competitive division for players of mixed abilities looking for fun or the power division for top teams that want to compete at a higher skill level. Games will be played in the Park City Racquet Club gymnasium. The deadline to sign up is Jan. 2. To register, call 615-5401 or online at http://www.parkcityrecreation.org . Free drop-in volleyball will begin Jan. 3 to help teams prepare for the season.
On Jan. 7 from 1-3 p.m., the Park City Ice Arena will be hosting its first annual National Skating Month celebration as January is U.S. Figure Skating’s National Skating Month. The rink will offer free skating lessons, door prizes and a short figure skating exhibition to those who pay admission. The cost is $5.50 for adults and $5 for youth and $3 for skate rental. Ice arena staff professionals will be on hand to provide instruction and tips for improving. Registration will be open for Learn to Skate/Play Hockey/Speedskate classes and the Figure Skating Club of Park City. For more information, contact Erika Roberts at 615-5704.
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