Greeley Recreation Blog

Coaches Editorial

Coaches Editorial

Mandi Dorris Coach, NASM Personal Trainer, Healthways SilverSneakers® Specialties: Weight Loss, Circuit Training, Senior Fitness, Women’s Fitness, Strength Training, Speed and Agility, Balance and Flexibility. Mandi Dorris has been actively involved in attending and...

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Greeley’s Youth Leadership

Greeley’s Youth Leadership

The future of our community, our state and our nation depend upon the way we raise and support young people to handle the affairs of tomorrow. It is the duty of all parents, citizens and youth organizations to develop a proper attitude among the young people in our...

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Employee Bike Program

Employee Bike Program

Did you know that the City of Greeley implemented an employee bike library in 2013? Twenty bicycles were purchased with grant funding sponsored by, our community partner, Kaiser Permanente. With the assistance of City of Greeley Employees, who have volunteered their...

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Stay active during the holiday season

Stay active during the holiday season

This time of year you want to be sure you’re staying active and fit…especially with all the holiday parties you’ll be attending. There are some great recreation facilities here in Greeley to help you do just that! The Family FunPlex (located at 1501 65th Ave) offers a...

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Adaptive Recreation

Adaptive Recreation

The City of Greeley’s Culture, Parks and Recreation program offers a wide variety of opportunities including Adaptive Recreation. Adaptive Recreation is the concept of offering people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in recreational activities. The...

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Greeley Celebrates 35th Year as a Tree City USA Designee

When Greeley’s first pioneers arrived in here in 1870, they stepped onto an expanse of short-grass prairie and were visually shocked by the lack of trees in this semi-arid environment where cacti, prairie dogs, rattlesnakes and antelope flourished. Nathan Meeker,...

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The Twelve Ways of Fitness

It’s again that wonderful time of the year where the snow is falling, the food is cooking, the pies are baking and your New Year’s Resolution is about to begin and end before you even get started. Sound familiar? To help you keep your 2015 New Year’s Resolution, we at...

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Why Everyone Should Hire a Personal Trainer

If you are like most people, the title Personal Trainer may evoke a couple different feelings in your mind. “That sounds expensive” or “I can manage my fitness fine all by myself” are usually at the top of the list. Consider this for a moment: Estimated up to 250,000...

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Why Should Seniors Exercise?

It increases bone density and limits osteoporosis. According to the National Osteoporosis Foundation, osteoporosis affects more than 10 million men and women while an additional 34 million Americans have low bone mass, putting them at risk for developing osteoporosis....

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