Transit Miami would like to give Commissioner Sarnoff a shout-out for bringing a free bayfront gym to Coconut Grove. The new exercise equipment at Kennedy Park includes benches, cross-trainers, parallel bars, leg presses, a horizontal ladder and rowing machine. The money came from Sarnoff’s quality-of-life funds and cost $24,500.

This is a great idea; by providing a free gym it should attract more people to use this beautiful park and thereby encouraging a healthier Miami.

According to the article in the Miami Herald, Commissioner Sarnoff got the idea from his trainer, Aida Johnson of Equinox Fitness Club, who helped create a similar program in Chicago. Personal trainers from Equinox, the Downtown Athletic Club, Paradise Gym and 24 Hour Fitness will also be at the park next week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday to provide free instruction.  You can find more information about when the trainers will be available here.

Remember: No pain, no gain; get out there and work it! Transit Miami wants Miami looking fabulous.

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2 Responses to A Transit Miami Shout-Out: Commissioner Sarnoff

  1. Transit Reader says:

    Credit galore to the Downtown Athletic Club for the donation.

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  2. […] investment has paid itself off already. The fitness area was packed with people of all ages. Again congratulations to Commissioner Mark Sarnoff, for allocating quality-of-life funds for this initiative. The fitness area is undeniably making […]

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