The North Liberty Recreation Department is now offering Fitness on Demand: simple-to-use, video-based fitness classes. The service will be a free pilot program through
Fitness on Demand allows patrons to select from a variety of classes, including yoga, pilates and kickboxing, at a kiosk at installed at the Community Center’s upstairs aerobics room when convenient for them. Patrons can work out individually or with friends in an environment less intimidating and more comfortable than a live class, on a schedule convenient to them.
“Fitness on Demand allows us to expand our class offerings and make better use of the space,” said Brian Motley, North Liberty’s assistant recreation director.
Fitness on Demand offers classes for all ages and levels, with new classes added monthly. The recreation department hopes to add equipment, such as spin bikes and kettlebells, and further expand class offerings. Fitness on Demand is available from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. when other classes are not being offered.