Moving to a new city is a huge change. Oftentimes, you’ll find yourself trying to find a new routine, trying to bring consistency back into your life. What better time to start incorporating new healthier habits into your routine? Moving to Baltimore during spring gives you the perfect opportunity to build in a new workout routine to stay in shape throughout the year.
If you are looking for different physical activities to take part in after moving to Baltimore, check out the list below from the movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage, and get involved in the community. There is nothing better than working out and helping others at the same time.
Stay in Shape in March:
Baltimore Fitness Biathlon takes place on March 25, from 2-4 p.m. The event will host fitness classes at some of Baltimore’s best workout studios. All proceeds of the event will benefit Athletes Serving Athletes. Enjoy some running, biking, kicking, and even yoga while helping others!
Stay in Shape in April:
The 7th Annual Roland Park Country School Red Hot Run 5K and Family Fun Walk will take place on April 23, from 8:30-11 a.m. Registration starts in February and will continue until the day of the race. Those registered before April 5 will receive a shirt with registration. Run or walk by yourself or in a group. Regardless of how you choose to participate, all proceeds go to the Roland Park Country School, a preparatory school for girls.
After moving to Baltimore, kids may also need to get out and make new friends while getting in some exercise. This spring break, enroll your kids in Spring Break Basketball Camp at Paint Branch High School. Kids in grades 1 through 8 can participate daily between April 10 and 13.