Squash Bend Resolution Continues in February with Cardio Challenges

At the start of each year, the Recreation Department offers monthly fitness challenges: Squash Bend Resolution, named for the area before it become North Liberty.

The challenge continues in February with heart-healthy exercises for the month of Valentine’s Day. To enter, patrons should complete 35 minutes of cardio a day for five out of the seven days each week in February, completing all four weeks! You can do any cardio exercises of your choosing. Example of cardio exercises include walking, running, biking, elliptical, rowing, stair climbing, swimming, jumping rope and pick-up basketball.

Those completing the challenge and logging their workouts will be entered to win a month of Total Body Recharge classes, a one-month gold pass and a $25 gift card to Sugar Bottom Bikes.

The monthly challenges recreation patrons high-school aged and older, whether pass holders or a daily drop-in users, to challenge themselves and each other to be active.

To participate, log your workouts, whether at home or at the Community Center, by scanning the QR code at the Recreation Department’s front desk or through this online form. When you complete the month’s challenge, you’ll be entered into a drawing for that month’s prize, provided by Bluebird Cafe, Sugar Bottom Bikes, 365 Nutrition, We Run, Copper Boar American Pub and the North Liberty Recreation Department. You’ll also be entered into a drawing for a year-long, all-access Black and Gold pass. Complete all four months of challenges and you’ll earn a T-shirt.

Log Your Challenge
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