Super Fitness Weight Loss Challenge contestants bounce back at the Feb. 4 event at Urban Air.

TOLEDO, OH – Super Fitness Weight Challenge participants completed the halfway point of this year’s event and met on Saturday, February 4th for a fun challenge at Urban Air in south Toledo.

Host Kelly Heidbreder led a group of over 60 people through a fun challenge that also tested their fitness.

“It’s very important to keep our applicants motivated,” she said. “This is the point in our task where a lot of them are plateauing and maybe not seeing big results at scale. I like to take them out of the box a little to keep them active.”

Challengers navigated their way through an obstacle course built among Urban Air trampolines, which included dodging spinning arms, shooting basketballs, performing incline push-ups, running and jumping as fast as possible among 14 trampolines.

“It may sound easy, but they have to bounce hard to quickly jump to the next trampoline. If they just go from surface to surface, they’re going to fall way behind,” said Brent Hemelgarn, manager of Super Fitness.

Urban Air Manager Noah Stimpson welcomed the Super Fitness Weight Loss group to explore a new, flexible workout.

“I’m very impressed to see how many applicants followed Kelly Heidbreder here early this morning,” he said. “What a way to start the month of February.”

“It was an incredible challenge,” Stimpson said. – We are proud to participate in it. All of these contestants worked really hard and it was great to see them having fun.”

In March, the Super Fitness Challenge participants will travel to Owens Community College to compete in the Firefighter Challenge.

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