Quality, Flexibility make Racquetball and Fitness Center a Neighborhood Standout

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Looking for a fitness center that suits your needs, even when they change’ The Apex PRD Racquetball and Fitness Center, 12120 W. 64th Avenue, has it all: flexibility, affordability, quality and customer service.

The Center is now in its third decade of operation, thanks to the attributes named above. It’s also stayed true to its other mission — manager Brent Anderson, his staff and customers describe it as “the ‘Cheers’ of fitness centers. In other words, like the old sitcom, it’s a place where everybody knows your name. It’s also a place where customers tend to be loyal. “Once people come in and try us out, they usually stay,” Anderson said.

As fitness centers proliferate and compete for business, the Racquetball and Fitness Center continues to draw those who appreciate a warm, friendly atmosphere and take a sustainable, no-nonsense approach to fitness. The center focuses on a small and well-run array of activities: drop-in cardiovascular/weight training equipment and classes; racquetball programs including lessons, leagues and tournaments; and SilverSneakers group fitness classes.

“We offer high-quality programs with lots of flexibility and affordability. Unlike many other facilities, we operate on a pay-as-you-go basis,” said Anderson. There are no annual fees, and customers can pay a one-time Center admission or purchase discounted multi-visit passes. It’s a custom fit for any routine, whether you choose to come in daily or drop in occasionally.

Starting December 1, the Center will offer $10 off any pass purchase or renewal for both existing customers and new customers who haven’t purchased a multi-visit pass before. There are several increments available: $48 for 15 visits ($58 for non-residents), and $85 for 30 visits ($100 for non-residents). You can also purchase a $25 monthly pass for unlimited Center admissions ($30 for non-residents).

These passes don’t include use of the racquetball courts; however, regular racquetball players can purchase discounted multi-visit cards for court use. The Center houses one of the area’s few full-service racquetball facilities, with eight courts and a full spectrum of leagues; group and private lessons; and shuttles. The next series of lessons begins in December and winter leagues start in early January. “Now that the weather is cooling off, racquetball is a great choice for anyone looking to learn a new indoor sport or stay active this winter,” Anderson said.

The consistently high-quality experience found at the Center has led to lots of repeat business for tournaments. The tournament season starts with racquetball and handball in early December, the state handball tournament in January, and the state singles racquetball tournament in March.

In the near future, for anyone wanting to burn a few extra calories on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, the Center is open from 8 am to 1 pm, and admission is four cans of food. The collected food will be donated to the Arvada Community Food Bank. Potential newcomers, this would be a great way to check out the Center while you help our community!

For more information on hours, fees and activities at the Center, visit http://apexprd.org/facilities/racquetball-and-fitness-center or call 303.431.9004. Then stop in soon for quality, affordable programs, great discounts and the best customer service going!