First Posted: 1/5/2009
Teen Power Hour, a Reeves Community Center after-school program that has been popular with local youths in the past, will launch its latest version in mid-January.
Open to boys and girls ages 12 to 15, both athletes and non-athletes and those of all fitness levels, Teen Power Hour will begin a new schedule of sessions on Jan. 12, which will continue until April 6.
The program is planned each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4 to 5 p.m. at the community center.
Teen Power Hour includes fun and interactive classes that help participants achieve fitness goals. They learn about and use free weights, strength machines and other exercise equipment while working out with friends.
In addition to fitness classes, cosmic cycling, stability ball and ab attack activities are planned.
While the emphasis is on increasing fitness levels, Teen Power Hour also will focus on fun. Fun Friday activities each week are to include Wallyball, basketball, swimming, racquetball and more. Meanwhile, various sports drills will help participants improve their skills.
The cost of the program is $38 for city residents and $48 for non-municipal residents, with a 20-percent discount available to RCC members.
T-shirts and certificates will be given to all participants.
More information is available from Bradley Key at Reeves Community Center at 786-8313.