Fitness Options at Homestead
Thursday January 18th, 2018
Today’s homebuyer has priorities that extend far beyond simply the number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Many are looking to live in communities that promote wellness in their daily lives. Homestead was designed from the ground up to provide residents with everything they need to achieve their goals of living a healthy lifestyle, from simply getting a daily dose of fresh air to exercising regularly.
Homestead’s state-of-the-art Fitness Center will be filled with all of the equipment you’ll need for your favorite workout routine, whether you enjoy steps or reps. Hop on the treadmill for some invigorating cardio, build strength with the free weights or work on strengthening your core with the rack training system. Group fitness classes will be available on-site, so you can try something new like Zumba or Pilates, and have a blast with your friends and neighbors. And, since the Fitness Center is available to all residents and centrally located within the community, you won’t ever have to pay for an expensive gym membership and drive across town again.
The Great Outdoors
If you prefer to enjoy the breeze and wildlife, or when the Central Texas weather is just too good to pass up, there are plenty of options at Homestead to move your workout outdoors. Nearly five miles of trails wind throughout the community, perfect for a brisk morning jog, afternoon family bike ride or evening hike with the neighbors. Or, for some friendly competition, pick up a spontaneous game of soccer or frisbee on the beautifully manicured great lawn. Homestead residents also have access to Deerhorn Park, which features sports courts and a dog agility course, so even your furry family members can stay fit and healthy.
Fun for the Whole Family
Homestead’s youngest residents have plenty of opportunities to get active, too. The natural playscape features Kompan™ play equipment that’s specifically designed to encourage cognitive development and build social skills. The great lawn is just the place to spend a Saturday afternoon playing tag or to stop by when the kids need to burn off some steam after school. And when the weather is warm and the sun is shining, the resort-style pool and splash pad are a fun way for the whole family to get some exercise and spend some time together.