The City of Bowling Green has scheduled its first recreational activity based upon the
results of the recently completed Recreational Activity Interest surveys. Strong interest
was expressed for fitness and wellness classes.
The Dynamic Fitness Class will begin on
Nov. 19 and conclude on Jan. 9. The fitness class will consist of two four week sessions to be held at the Bowling Green Community Center adjacent to the Bowling Green Public Library.
A free trial class will be offered on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m.
Dynamic fitness is a program which will improve strength, core, flexibility and endurance while getting a cardiovascular workout.
The sessions will be taught by the City’s new Parks and Recreation Director, Derick Beanland. Mr. Beanland has a degree in Exercise Science.
Application forms can be obtained at Bowling Green City Hall, Bowling Green Public Library, Bowling Green Police Department and the City’s website at w.bowlinggreen-mo.gov.
According to the City, this is the first of many future recreational programming activities to be offered in the community.