Released: March 31, 2016
Santa Fe Community College’s School of Fitness Education in conjunction with the City of Santa Fe’s Outdoor Recreation Department will host a Bootcamp Ultrathon on Saturday, April 16 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at theWilliam C. Witter Fitness Education Center on the campus, 6401 Richards Ave.
Everyone age 16 and older is invited to participate in activities that include agility ladders, battling ropes, low-crawling and endurance events, and more. All participants who complete the Ultrathon will receive a small giveaway.
Early-bird registration through Sunday, April 10 is $20. Afterward registration is $25. Register online at active.com or New MexicoSportsOnline.com or pay by cash or check at the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center. All proceeds benefit SFCC’s Campus Cupboard– a food pantry for students. The Santa Fe Community College Foundationis sponsoring the event.
Professionals trained in CPR and first aid will be on site. Participants are reminded to bring water and wear comfortable workout gear. Fitness Education Center patrons not participating in the event will have access to the lap and warm water pools, Jacuzzi and the Resistance Training Center. The indoor track, gymnasium, lower level of the Fitness Education Center and the perimeter track will be reserved for the Bootcamp Ultrathon participants during the event.
SFCC’s Fitness Education Center coordinates special events to raise awareness about healthy lifestyles and to raise funds to support students, to help maintain the facility and to provide quality programs. Those who are not participating in the Ultrathon are welcome to volunteer. Sign up to volunteer at the Fitness Education Center or call 428-1751.
For more information, please contact Fitness Facility Director Herman Garcia at 505-428-1751.
The SFCC Foundation supports the mission of SFCC to empower students and strengthen community through advocacy and fundraising. For more information, contact Deborah Bolt, Executive Director, at 505-428-1704.
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