7 Awesome Ways to Keep Up Your 2019 Fitness Goals in Vancouver

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It’s past the midway point of January, and you’re possibly wavering on your 2019 fitness and wellness resolutions to get in shape. But have no fear, (and no excuses!), you won’t even need to pause on your road to keep fit when you get to Vancouver. Whether you want to keep up the same routine for your goal, or switch it up a little, this healthy city is here for you with some awesome indoor and outdoor options — you can do it!

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7 Awesome Ways to Keep Up Your 2019 Fitness Goals in Vancouver

Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part III

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We’re back with the final instalment of our Indoor Fitness Alternatives series. If you missed Part I and Part II, give them a read before checking out Part III. 

Gymnastics
Gymnastics is a great workout for kids and adults alike. Though gymnastics is a sport that requires strength and flexibility, you don’t need to be able to bend in half to try gymnastics for the first time. Over time, gymnastics can help improve your physical strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, balance, and grace, as well as keeping you limber and in great shape. Adult gymnastics classes are offered at Phoenix Gymnastics and Flicka Gymnastics (along with programs for kids), while kids can also try gymnastics at Kitsilano Gymnastics, Britannia Community Services Centre, and Renfrew Park Community Centre in Vancouver.

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Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part III

Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part II

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This week, we’re talking about fitness alternatives that keep you inside and out of the cold and rain. If you missed Part I, check it out here and then read on for five more indoor fitness alternatives to the gym in Vancouver.

Circus Arts
Ever dreamed of running away with the circus? Turns out you don’t have to run away from home to learn the tricks of the trade. Circus schools teach acrobatics, aerial silks, aerial hoop, trapeze, and even how to ride a unicycle! Circus arts can help build strength, balance, and flexibility, maintain overall physical fitness, and sharpen gross and fine motor coordination. You can train with Vancouver Circus School in New Westminster, North Vancouver, and Abbotsford, or with CircusWest at the PNE.

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Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part II

Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part I

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It’s no secret that Vancouverites love to stay fit. With the ocean and the mountains as our playground, locals love hiking, running, biking, and kayaking. But when the temperature drops it can be difficult to persevere with outdoor activities. And going to the gym after a beautiful summer outdoors can be less than motivating to stay active. Luckily, there’s no shortage of indoor sports and activities in Vancouver. From traditional sports like swimming to new, unconventional activities like trampoline dodgeball, there’s no reason working out indoors has to be boring. So if you’re looking to stay active indoors, or just want to try something new, here are some indoor fitness alternatives to the gym you can find in Vancouver.

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Indoor Fitness Alternatives in Vancouver – Part I