SWEAT DC, the city’s “fun and inclusive” private group fitness studio, understands that raising children can often make it difficult to navigate a consistent fitness routine. But SWEAT DC’s founder, Gerard “Coach G” Burley, knows that “healthier parents lead to healthier families.”
To help those who may be experiencing barriers to reaching their wellness goals because of parenting duties, Burley is hosting a free open house event and classes this Saturday, June 15. The idea is to prove to parents that perhaps even the busiest parent can squeeze a class or two a week into the kid-heavy schedule.
The 20-minute demo sessions — which begin at 1:20 p.m., 1:50 p.m. and 2:20 p.m. — will include demonstrations of what a typical SWEAT DC class involves, as well as free beverages and healthy snacks. Coaches will be on hand to describe how SWEAT DC creates its programs, and those who attend will be eligible for special rates and discounts as well as giveaways from partners Zico Coconut Water, Territory Foods and Athleta.
Free registration to reserve a slot on Saturday is available at this site: https://bit.ly/2EYuxcT
Coach G adds that while the focus is on those with children, non-parents are invited to stop or take a class also, “We are inclusive after all! All are welcome!”
SWEAT DC is also offering a special three session deal for regular classes for $30 at this site.
SWEAT DC features more than 30 group-personal training sessions in a fun club setting for men and women each week as well as personal training offerings. All throughout June the Georgia Avenue HIIT studio is offering free consultations and introductory trial passes.
Sweat DC is located at 3232 Georgia Avenue, NW, Suite 105. Call 202-509-9051 or text 202-516-7449.
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