Open since January 2013, Rival Fitness continues seeking ways to support the local community. Starting earlier this summer, Rival Fitness, a locally-owned & operated gym located at Pine & Belmont, began hosting outdoor bootcamp-style fitness classes in Cal Anderson Park. For a $10 donation, at 10 a.m. every Sunday morning, Capitol Hill residents can join the group to wake-up, workout & support a deserving local non-profit.
During the month of June, proceeds benefitted Gay City Health Project in support of Gay Pride month. July’s beneficiary was Georgia Peaches Puppy Rescue. A special FIT Camp on July 20th, lead by Tricia Murphy Madden, included four-legged friends & their owners, as well as treats from local store Rex & Mud Bay. August’s beneficiary is Gilda’s Club Seattle. As Gilda’s prepares for their First Annual Red Door 5K Run/Walk on September 13, Rival is helping promote the event & encouraging participants to join FIT Camp for training leading up to the event.
Everyone is welcome to FIT Camp – membership is not required. All fitness levels can participate & enjoy high-intensity training to work on speed, agility, and strength. FIT Camp workouts are a great way to cross train for summer runs or obstacle course races. For more information, visit http://www.rivalfitnessseattle.com/classes/fit-camps/.
In addition to generating support for local non-profits, Rival continues to forge relationships with Capitol Hill apartment & condo communities by offering on-site fitness classes, health-related information sessions & special “field day” events.