Become a Community Record Holder at the Mayor’s Fitness Court Challenge

Sioux Falls, South Dakota: Mayor Paul TenHaken, Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation, and GreatLIFE are coming together to celebrate the new addition of the fitness court at Rotary Park. The Mayor’s Fitness Court Challenge will be held Thursday, July 27, at 4 p.m. at Rotary Park in eastern Sioux Falls (2408 East 26th Street).

The event will start with a few opening remarks from Sioux Falls leaders, followed by a warm-up led by GreatLIFE to prepare the community to compete for various community records. Those records include most push-ups, longest bar hang, and most pull-ups. Records will be given out for each category for males and females in various age groups, including 13–17, 18–30, 31–49, and 50+. The record holder for each event and age category will be recognized on social media and receive a certificate and some City of Sioux Falls swag.

This event will also give the community the opportunity to try out the 28 fitness stations available at the fitness court. These offerings include exercise bikes, an arm-pedal bike, a cross-trainer machine, box jump stations, push-up bars, pull-up bars, climbers/monkey bars, kettlebell stations, situp/abdominal benches, speed ladders, and agility stations. This outdoor fitness court along the recreation trail and the Big Sioux River can be used at no cost to the community, providing accessible fitness options to people of all ages. Additionally, users can download a free phone app from KOMPAN that provides detailed instructions on using the equipment’s ability to generate and track individual workouts.


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