Coming up on October 1st is the 10th Annual Hunts Point Hustle, curated by the not-for-profit organization Sustainable South Bronx. Begining and ending at Hunts Point Riverside Park, participants will be given hustle swag at the conclusion of the race. Event Details: 10.01.2016 starts at 10:00 AM Hunts Point Riverside Park (at Lafayette Ave), Bronx, New York 10474 Registration is ONLY $10 for Bronx residents (Promo Code “Bronx”) and $30
City Parks Foundation’s “Get Up & Go! Family Adventure Race” is an exciting, parent-child race that incorporates basic exercises and sports skills, and provides a healthy, one-hour dose of fun for all. The 2016 race will take place in St. Mary’s Park in the Bronx on a course featuring 12 activity stations. Team members must properly perform the required exercise or task before advancing to the next station and
For all of our Bronxmama runners, there’s still time to register for the 13th Annual MORE/SHAPE WOMEN’S HALF MARATHON! The event will once again pay tribute to the Women Run the World™ theme. But for this year and for the first time, the marathon will host the Women Run the World™ Relay & Mentorship Program. This program will honor 13 exceptional and noteworthy female leaders. Honorees will be paired up with
Date: Friday, March 18th, 2016 Time: 4:00pm – 7:00pm Location: JHS 80 149 E. Mosholu Parkway Bronx, NY 10467 This is a great opportunity to learn and obtain information that will help you to live a physically and mentally healthier lifestyle.
In honor of Heart Month Get Women Cycling is partnering with several YMCAs throughout the boroughs to encourage those who do not know how to ride a bike (yet), who are not ready for on street cycling, or who prefer the warmth over the cold to come out and ride with them on stationary bikes! Help to raise cardiovascular disease awareness for women and strengthen your heart!! Get Women
New York Junior Tennis & Learning to Host “School’s Out Day Camps” at Cary Leeds Center in the Bronx New York Junior Tennis & Learning (NYJTL) will host “School’s Out Day Camps” for kids ages 6-18 at the Cary Leeds Center in the Bronx, during mid-winter break, Easter Break and Passover Break. The camps will include tennis drills and match play. WHAT: New York Junior Tennis & Learning’s
Saturday, February 6, 2016 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. Join Bronx Recreation for their amazing winter spectacular! The NY Rangers will be there with a huge, inflatable hockey rink! Enjoy activites like: Showcases and performances: St. Mary’s South Bronx Kids, Bronx Recreation Afterschool and a DJ Sports clinics and demonstrations: NY Rangers Hockey Clinic, NY Walkers Club Hula Hoop Fitness, Zumba, Bronx Recreation Sports Fun & games: Snow Activities (Weather Permitted), Obstacle Course, Arts and
Bronx legend DJ Kool Herc, hailed the “founding father of hip-hop” to serve as the official guest DJ at the start and finish area of the race providing entertainment for all WHAT: NYRR Five Borough Series: 2015 Bronx 10-MileThe Bronx 10-Mile, the fourth race in NYRR’s signature Five-Borough Series, will feature approximately 10,000 finishers of all ages and abilities to one of New York City’s most energetic boroughs.
Become a Shape Up NYC fitness instructor! NYC Parks is accepting applications now for the Fall 2015 session of the Shape Up NYC Fitness Instructor Training Program. The 10-week training program begins soon in each of the five boroughs. For a low cost, participants learn topics like basic anatomy, exercise physiology, injury prevention, music, cueing and body toning with light weights through ten 2.5 hour classroom and gym sessions.
Over the last year or so I’ve been trying to make healthier choices and I’m always looking for new and fun ways to stay active so when MomTrends invited BronxMama and some other awesome mom bloggers to join them for a 30 minute cycling class at Peloton to unveil Fiji Waters new look, I thought “what the heck!” and jumped at the opportunity. I geared up in my underutilized work
This summer, City Parks Foundation is offering a new program designed to get children, ages six to 10, into their local parks for free, fun-filled exercise. The “Get Up & Go!” initiative gives kids the chance to learn about health, nutrition and fitness while having a blast with their friends. Instructors will help youngsters increase their core skills such as running and throwing, as well as motivate them through contests,