Choosing retirement in Roseville, California means having many ways to stay fit nearby. Whether you prefer a gym with trainers, swimming laps or taking water aerobics classes, immersing yourself in yoga, or spending time in nature walking and hiking, the options are many.
Get fit and stay fit
Make the most of retirement in Roseville by putting fitness first. Fitness centers abound including the state-of-the art fitness center at Sonrisa Senior Living and these other choices.
The Roseville Health & Wellness Center, offers a combination of general fitness programs and medical fitness programs and was voted #1 Wellness Center in the U.S. by the Medical Fitness Center and the American College of Sports Medicine. Among the many programs available are fitness, wellness, aquatics, personal training, senior programs, women’s health, athletics, nutrition, and health seminars. No matter your preference, RHWC offers everything from strength training to yoga to cardio training and more. For those recovering from an injury or illness RHWC also has a full complement of specialists and programs for rehabilitation, nutrition and overall wellness.
A great option for seniors who love to hit the court for their exercise is California Family Fitness. In addition to group fitness classes and personal trainers, members can also take advantage of basketball or racquetball courts for a good workout. Also available are a rock wall, an outdoor lap pool, a dry sauna, hydro massage, tanning, a spa, and a juice bar.
VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa offers a variety of group exercise classes, personal trainers, aquatics, low-impact exercises, Pilates, and more. Members can also take advantage of the Fitness Advice Center, cardio and weightlifting equipment, and the unique Les Mills The Trip™ immersive workout.
The Roseville Sports Center is a city operated fitness and community center with exercise classes, full- and half-court basketball courts, fitness equipment, a pickleball court, table tennis, and trails for a walk or run. Destiny Fitness also offers a variety of group exercise classes, spin classes as well as certified personal trainers who can help you reach your goals safely and effectively.
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Take a dip
If you prefer water exercise to stay healthy in retirement in Roseville, check out the Roseville Aquatics Complex offering the outdoor Summer Sanders Olympic-size competition pool or the eight-lane Mike Shellito Indoor Pool for recreational swimming as well as laps and aquatic exercise classes. In Lincoln, there is also the outdoor McBean Memorial Pool with recreational swimming, and low-impact water fitness classes May through October.
Get your yoga on
Yoga, in all its many forms, offers a variety of ways seniors can get fit in both body and mind. Thanks to its spreading popularity, retirement in Roseville includes yoga studios offering different types of yoga and varying levels of difficulty so you can choose the one that’s best for you. Among these are Zuda Yoga Roseville with classes, workshops and retreats, Body Yoga Roseville offering diverse yoga classes as well as hot Pilates, special events and training, and East Wind Yoga also featuring classes, events and training. If you love hot yoga, check out Namaste Hot Yoga and Wellness and build your meditative powers while reaping the calming benefits of retirement in Roseville.
Take a walk
Another way to get more exercise during retirement in Roseville is by simply taking a walk on one of the many trails in the area. Among the best rated trails in Roseville are Miners Ravine Trail, a 8.8-mile walking, running, biking trail reaching from old town Roseville to Sierra College Boulevard and Miners Ravine Trail Along Dry Creek, stretching 8.4 miles along a peaceful waterway from Folsom Road to Harding Boulevard. Another greenway trail is the Pleasant Grove Creek Trail which is 3.8 miles and has two branches, the north branch from Fiddyment Road to Foothills Boulevard and the south Branch from Blue Oaks Boulevard to Jellybean Court. For more options, download a trial map from the City of Roseville.
One of the greatest benefits of retirement in Roseville is the wide array of parks scattered around the area for everyone to enjoy. Visiting a park is an especially great way to get exercise when grandkids visit is to head to a park like Pineschi Park or Diamond Oaks Park featuring playgrounds, sports fields and courts as well as picnic areas, or enjoy a hike together at Lincoln Estates Park with walking trails and a unique play area. Show your dog some love at Marco Dog Park and get exercise for both of you or spend time in nature and renew your spirit at beautiful Taylor Ranch Bird Sanctuary and Nature Preserve.
Retirement in Roseville has so much to offer for a fit and healthy lifestyle right at your fingertips. Contact us today to find out more about luxury senior living at Sonrisa and schedule your tour!