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RockVentures launches fitness program

Rochester Business Journal
April 23, 2014

RockVentures Inc. has launched ClimbFit, a high-intensity fitness program that combines rock climbing with core exercises, battle and suspension ropes, tractor tires and sledgehammers and climbing skills.

The indoor rock climbing center designed the program for the public. Some proceeds from the program will be given back to the community through veteran-oriented programs and after-school programs for inner-city youth.

The program is taught by certified fitness instructors. The daily classes are 50 minutes each and are based on high-intensity interval training to burn calories and build muscle. Each class is $12; registration is required.

“ClimbFit is unique. It helps people find new levels of fitness and it serves the community in myriad ways. Everyone wins by taking these classes,” said Kent Winchester, owner of RockVentures, in a statement.

For more information and a schedule of classes, visit rockventures.net.

(c) 2014 Rochester Business Journal. To obtain permission to reprint this article, call 585-546-8303 or e-mail service@rbj.net.


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