ERGON is the hottest, most fantastic mind-body workout to hit the gym! Experience a new adult fitness class that uses the ergometer (also known as an “indoor rower”) as the centerpiece, similar to a spinning class. Whether you are a “first timer” or a cardio-enthusiast looking for a new challenge, this unique, fun and energizing workout is a perfect way to get and stay fit….for life!
ADULT fitness class that uses the ergometer. For the “first timer” or a cardio-enthusiast looking for a new challenge.
*ERGON staff will coach and train you so that you, too, can benefit from the sport of rowing. Fitness fans have made indoor rowing the most popular workout across the country.
Classes held MONDAY and THURSDAY evenings.
Class time 6:15pm – 7:30pm
First 2 introductory classes are FREE with full session enrollment.
Session 1 - 5 weeks, 10 classes
Thursday, January 4 to Thursday, February 8
(No class on Monday, January 15 - MLK Day)
Session 2 - 5 weeks, 10 classes
Monday, February 26 to Thursday, March 29
Session 3 - 5 weeks, 10 classes
Monday, April 9 to Monday, May 14
(No class on Monday, April 16)
The Bromfield School – IT Room
14 Massachusetts Ave, Harvard, MA DIRECTIONS
Enter main entrance to school – follow ERGON signs down the right hallway. Free parking available.
Special rates for Bromfield/Hildreth/R.J. Grey/Acton-Boxborough Regional Schools and
Harvard/Acton/Boxborough Town employees:
If I purchased the FIVE-PACK, do I need to make a reservation?
No, but we can’t guarantee an erg. Space is limited. Best to reserve an erg in advance. Send an email to Holly Hatton.
If I try the first 2 FREE classes and don't wish to continue, will I get a refund? YES, you may request a full refund.
Anyone 18 years or older
Mark, a Harvard, MA resident and sculler, and Syracuse University graduate, rower and coach returns to Bare Hill pond to coach at BABR. Mark began his rowing career in Hyde Park, New York where he was captain of his high school rowing team. From there, Mark went on to collegiate rowing at Division 1 Syracuse University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and earning an MBA in finance from Syracuse's Graduate School of Management. Mark established rowing as a varsity sport for women at Syracuse and served as the program's first Head Coach and Director. A successful businessman, Mark's passion for rowing never dimmed. Over the years, he has rowed and competed from the pond to the Olympic level and has coached a variety of programs including learn to row, high school, collegiate and master's. A Harvard resident since 1986, he is a self-taught sculler ("still learning after 40 years") and was the Co-founder of the original Bromfield rowing program and assistant coach for the first season. In 2014, Mark was inducted into Syracuse University's Rowing Hall of Fame, recognized for his outstanding contributions to the sport. Mark joined the Bromfield Acton-Boxborough Rowing Team's staff in September of 2017 as the Eighth Grade Sculling Coach.
Athletic sneakers, workout clothes (tank top or t-shirt and spandex shorts), water and if you have them – a foam roller, yoga mat and your favorite play list.
There are no refunds or make-up days for cancelled classes due to inclement weather or closure. If we can provide an alternate date or time for a make-up class, we will let you know but this is neither an implied or express guarantee nor our policy.
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For questions, please email Program Director Holly Hatton.