Fitness activities

Safe Fun-Fit Bayfront health and fitness activities resume on Saturday

“Safe Fun-Fit at the Bayfront,” Corpus Christi’s health and wellness program, is set to resume Saturday morning with a free 5K and fitness classes.

Starting at 7 a.m., the 5K will begin at Water’s Edge downtown and will be limited to 200 participants. Fitness and 5K classes will follow COVID-19 safety guidelines, with face coverings recommended for ages 10 and up and temperatures checked upon login.

The Fitness Lane route will begin along the seawall, heading north from The Water’s Edge towards the American Bank Center with the turn just before the barge dock entrance. Guests can walk, jog, run, or bike along the designated 1.5-mile one-way fitness lane.

    The City of Corpus Christi is closing part of Ocean Drive to promote social distancing during exercise, Saturday, May 23, 2020. The city plans to continue with the fitness lane next Saturday.

HEB will provide accompanying persons with fruit and water. Participants will be entered into a raffle for prizes. A HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), Zumba and yoga camp will take place at the Islanders Pavilion next to the playground.

Community members interested in participating can view the class schedule and register for classes online at cctexas.com/safefunfit. Sessions are limited to 30 people per class and participants are encouraged to bring their own yoga mat and water.

The public is invited to provide feedback and suggestions on the wellness program by participating in an online survey at surveymonkey.com/r/5NWBLF2, through January 31.

Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon request and in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. For assistance or to request a reasonable accommodation, please call 361-826-3460 ahead of time.

Following:20 words we learned to use in 2020 that helped define the year

Following:Texas falls short of Abbott’s forecast of one million COVID-19 vaccinations in December

John Oliva covers the issues that matter to you. Consider supporting local journalism by subscribing to the Caller-Times.