McPherson, Kan. – The Hess Fitness Center at McPherson Center for Health recently received new free weights and stationary weight equipment thanks to a gift from a donor who wishes to remain anonymous. The new equipment replaces machines and free weights that had been in use for over 20 years at the facility.
Hess Fitness Center director Dani Crist said, “We are so appreciative of the donation we received for replacing our existing weightlifting equipment. There have been some really nice advancements in this type of equipment over the years. It is built with the goal of working muscles in a safe and ergonomically efficient manner. Our members love the new equipment and we invite anyone to come in and discuss our memberships.”
Crist added that the fitness center is available around the clock using an entrance badge.
Amy Bower, director of the McPherson Healthcare Foundation said, “The McPherson Healthcare Foundation was pleased to be able to partner with the donor and the fitness center in providing this new equipment that will promote the health and wellness of our community. We appreciate the continued support of our donors toward such worthwhile endeavors.”