Health & Fitness

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Note also that many services are available online to continue to serve the community at this time.

​Fitness at Home

Tricep Dips 1While our recreation facilities are currently closed to the public, Coquitlam’s recreation team is still committed to the health and well-being of our community.

The World Health Organization recommends that adults get 150 minutes – that’s 30 minutes at least five times per week – of moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week.​

Check out CoquitlamSPIRIT and our online fitness resources, including videos, tips and virtual fitness classes for all ages.

Health & Fitness

Waiver Forms for Online Activities & Programs

The City of Coquitlam is providing virtual fitness classes to help you stay fit and active while at home. Before participating in any new workout or fitness class, please complete the Par-Q+ Form – this is a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire that helps determine if you are able to participate in fitness classes, and to avoid injury you may be required to consult with your doctor first. You should complete the Par-Q form at least once a year.

By performing any exercises as shown in our virtual fitness classes, you understand and agree that you are performing them at your own risk. The City of Coquitlam, its officers, employees and agents, will not be responsible or liable for any injury, loss or harm you sustain as a result of our virtual fitness classes. Thank you for understanding.

Remember to stay hydrated, work at your own pace, and take breaks if you need to. Have fun and enjoy our virtual workouts!​

If you're participating in any of our prenatal classes, a PARmed-X for Pregnancy Form will need to be completed prior to working out.​