The Fitness Center in the addition on the south end of PHS is open to community members! The facility, which opened in 2019, features circuit training machines, cardio machines, and free weights. An adult staff member is available to answer questions about machine use.
You can register online for a Fitness Center membership via the MyRec system. (You will need to create a MyRec account, if you have not done so already. Once we verify residency and approve the account, you can register for any of our current offerings.)
Memberships also can be purchased in the Community Ed & Rec office from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. (Park in the visitor lot in front of the school and enter Door 18.) Day passes can be purchased from the Fitness Center attendant.
Students in grades 5-12 living in the district or attending our schools can use the Fitness Center for free. Students must be registered for a free student 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.
Student hour is from 3 to 4 p.m. weekdays; however, students are welcome anytime during public hours (though the facility may close early if there are no community members present).
Students in grades 9-12 can use the facility independently during staffed hours.
NOTE: Middle-school students wishing to work out after school may ride any of the school buses from Riverview to PHS.
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 take about 45 minutes each and include regular check-ins along with a brief follow-up session about a month later. Members new to fitness may benefit from doing the fitness assessments to get comfortable in a workout routine and work toward personal goals. Nurtrition coaching will help those interested gain general nutrition knowledge, set goals, and work toward changing behaviors to help reach those goals.
Personal training features individual or small group (up to 4 members) options. This is a good opportunity for any fitness level. It is a great next step for those looking for more after their assessments. It can also be for members who are looking to change up their routine to continue to reach personal goals, or for those needing accountability.
Assessments, training, and coaching are available by appointment only; contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community members can walk the halls and indoor track at Plymouth High School for free during designated times. The following options are available from Monday Oct. 31 through Friday April 28:
• Before school: 5:30-7 a.m. Monday-Friday – track only
• After school: 3-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 3-6 p.m. Friday – halls only
Park in the visitor lot in front of the addition or in the student lot south of the building and enter Door 18 (Community Ed & Rec/District entrance). No pre-registration is necessary and walking is free, but be sure to sign the roster located outside the Fitness Center each time you visit.
Please help protect the track surface by observing the following rules:
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 30 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.
Use our discount code CRCER to receive 5 percent off almost everything at www.PickleballCentral.com! In addition, 5 percent of your purchase will go to Community Ed & Rec as a gift certificate so we can purchase more pickleball supplies!
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.