Free fitness club started in Observatory Hill


Jaymes and Danielle Judd are so grateful for everything that the Northside community has given them, and now they want to give back.

The Judds are Independent Team Beachbody Coaches, and they are offering the first Free and Public FitClub in Observatory Hill.

“We wanted to find a way to bring what we do and our love for helping others together,” said Danielle.

The couple, inspired by their love of Beachbody and healthy living, decided to start FitClub. Riverview Presbyterian Church opened their doors to the Judds to use for their program.

Twice a week, all people of all fitness levels are invited to join one of the many workout sessions the Judds have to offer. Some of the workouts include popular programs such as P90X and Turbo Fire.

“Our hope for the future is to have a safe and fun place for people to get together, exercise, and learn about how to transform their lives to be healthier and more fulfilling,” said Danielle.

The couple moved to Observatory Hill a year and a half ago and were welcomed with open arms.

“We feel very blessed to have come into a neighborhood full of such amazing neighbors,” said Danielle. “We have been invited into our neighbors’ homes for pancake breakfasts, spaghetti dinners, and wine nights. We have loved every minute of it, and wanted a way to give something in return.”

To follow the club and see meeting times, click here.
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