The Fitness Center in the addition on the south end of PHS is open to community members! Three times larger than its predecessor, it features new circuit training, free weights and cardio machines.
Please note that students in grades 5-12 living in the district or attending our schools can use the Fitness Center for free, though students in grades 5-8 must register for a middle-school membership via MyRec. In addition, students in grades 5 through 7 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian (who must have their own Fitness Center membership if they work out).
Students in grades 5-12 living in the district or attending our schools can use the Fitness Center for free.
High school students must sign the register each time they come. Student hour is from 3 to 4 p.m.; however, students are welcome anytime during public hours (though the facility may close early if there are no community members present).
Students in grades 5-8 must be registered for a middle-school membership via MyRec by a parent/guardian. Once students have a membership, they will need to download their member barcode onto their phone, or print it out and laminate it, so that they can scan the code each time they come. They will use this same barcode year after year.
Student hour is from 3 to 4 p.m., however students are welcome during public hours. Students wishing to work out after school may ride any of the school buses from Riverview to PHS, but they need a Shuttle Bus Form on file with the district office.
Heather Bassett has joined the Community Fitness Center staff as a NASM-Certified Personal Trainer and Certified Nutrition Coach.
Interested Fitness Center members can begin with fitness and/or nutrition assessment, which takes about 45 minutes.
Personal training features a general recommendation of focus areas as well as suggestions of a few exercises or equipment that may help the clients reach their goals.
Nutrition coaching consists of discussing goal setting, general nutrition knowledge, and behavior change. Regular check-ins and a shorter follow-up session are included.
Assessments, training, and coaching are available by appointment only; contact Heather at email@example.com.
Community members are able to walk Plymouth High School hallways (afternoons only) and the indoor track in the new multi-purpose facility during designated times Nov. 1 through April 30.
Please note that wheels – strollers, walkers, wheelchairs, etc. – are not allowed on the track as they may damage the surface, and participants must wear athletic shoes. Food and gum are not allowed, and the only permitted beverage is plain water in covered containers – no flavored water, as it may stain the track surface.
Our participants can get a preferred rate on subscriptions to Les Mills on Demand, which offers unlimited access to more than 1,000 online workouts!
New participants can try it free for 60 days, then pay just $9.99 a month (regularly $14.99). Those who already have signed up on their own can cancel their existing subscription, then sign up through us to get the discount (you won’t get the free trial again, but you can start saving right away).
To participate: Visit Les Mills on Demand to sign up.
For those who prefer to work out at home, wellness coordinator Carly Lenz has created a YouTube playlist with 16 free workouts ranging from stretches to high-intensity intervals.