Boston Mayor to launch free fitness program
BOSTON—Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and the city's Public Health Commission are launching a series of free summer fitness programs, as part of the Boston Moves for Health initiative.
Menino will announce the programs at City Hall Plaza on Monday morning.
After the announcement guests can stay for free introductory boot camp and yoga classes led by instructors from Beantown Bootcamp and Health Yoga Life.
The fitness programs will be offered during the summer at City Hall plaza and are free and open to the public.
Menino launched the Boston Moves for Health campaign in April, with the goal of reducing obesity in the city. The mayor has challenged Boston residents to lose a collective 1 million pounds and to move 10 million miles over the next year.