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Lake Johnson Park First to Offer QR Fit Trail in Mid-Atlantic Region

News posted Aug. 09, 2017 - 2:03 pm
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The City of Raleigh’s popular Lake Johnson Park is pleased to announce the installation and opening of its brand new QR Fit Trail. Starting at Lake Johnson Park’s newest facility, the Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center, patrons can now easily combine Upper Body, Core, Flexibility and Lower Body exercises with their cardio-vascular pursuits, whether walking or running. Six stations cover an approximately one mile loop where patrons can stop and use their smart phones’ QR Reader app to access short videos that lead one through specific types of exercises. The trail starts and finishes just behind the Woodland Center and there are four different exercises available at each of the five stations along the trail. This is the first QR Fit Trail to open in the entire Mid-Atlantic region.

Where

  • Thomas G. Crowder Woodland Center
  • 5611 Jaguar Park Dr
  • Raleigh, NC 27606

Where

  • Lake Johnson Park
  • 4601 Avent Ferry Rd.
  • Raleigh, NC 27606

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