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You can now jog and bike 24/7 at the new Greenhills Active Playground!

You can now jog and bike 24/7 at the new Greenhills Active Playground!

It was extra difficult during this quarantine to stay fit and active since gyms are still not open. Aside from that, almost all of us heavily depended on technology by ordering food and whatever that is what we need. No need to go out when you can just add to cart or satisfy your hunger in a few taps right? But we need to need to sweat out those calories away. The good thing is, Greenhills Mall has the same goal for us. Or those living near the establishment.

A convenient and safe spot to keep active

Great news for those residing near Greenhills Mall since it already launched Greenhills Active Playground yesterday. Starting September 17, this can be a dedicated exercise for San Juan residents. They do brisk walking, a morning jog, or biking laps in here conveniently. To celebrate the opening of the Active Playground, they had a ceremonial bike around Greenhills featuring Mayor Francis Zamora, Bans Mendoza, and other members of the San Juan LGU.

Photo from Greenhills Mall Facebook

Bike and jogging lanes, which are open 24/7, are set up throughout the popular shopping hub. Greenhills Mall said that the complex is already equivalent to one kilometer. They also have multiple signs around to guide runners or walkers on how many steps they have already taken. There are also simple instructions for casual workout drills if you prefer a light exercise.

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Photo from Greenhills Mall Facebook

In case the bikers want to take a break to dine and shop inside, Greenhills Mall designated parking spaces for them. They can choose to park at Missouri Open Area, P4 (Connecticut Carpark), P8 (Future Site of Connor), P3 (near G Strip), or P1 (near OSquare 1). For more information and updates, visit the Greenhills Mall Facebook page.

Photo from Greenhills Mall Facebook

Working out at a local gym isn’t really the best option during this ongoing crisis so this should be a welcome sight not just for cyclists and joggers. Your thoughts, readers?

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