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Get Fit, Stay Frugal

With free and bargain-priced activities for children, students, adults and seniors, everyone can get fit in San Lorenzo.

Don’t let your to stay fit fall by the wayside.

San Lorenzo’s local gyms and businesses have deals on memberships and classes that will help you stay fit while having fun. So whether you prefer team sports, working out on your own or taking fitness classes, there is something for everyone.

This week, Patch scoured our local sources to come up with great ways for families to stay in shape. With free and bargain-priced activities for children, students, adults and seniors, everyone can get fit.

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Deal: Take an intermediate ballet class for adults and teens at the Conservatory of Classical Ballet, 1035 Macarthur Blvd. Classes are offered on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for $13 per class. A monthly class card can be purchased.

The Fine Print: New members may start at any time. Drop-ins are welcome.

For More Information: E-mail idance@conservatoryofballet.com or call 510-568-7728.

Good through: Weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays.

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Deal: Sign up your boy or girl, age 4 to 18, for the San Lorenzo Little League for $100 per child per season. Discounts are given for early registration and signing up multiple children for the program.

The Fine Print: Discounts are only given if you meet the above requirements.

For More Information: Call 510-278-5434.

Good through: Ongoing promotion.

3. 24-HOUR FITNESS

Deal: Get a free seven-day, all-club pass to try out both San Leandro gyms, complete with steam room, lap pool and free weights. After your free week, sign up for just $29.99 per month and pay no initiation fee.

The Fine Print: Valid for new members only at participating locations. Free trial is only good seven days.

For More Information: Check online,

Good through: Ongoing promotion.

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Deal: Get one free week of workouts at Curves, 20273 Patio Dr. Curves is open Monday through Saturday and offers workout equipment such as elliptical, bicycles, tread mills and strength machines.

The Fine Print: Valid for new members only at participating locations. Free trial is only good for one week. Coupons for one free week can be picked up at the door.

For More Information: Check online.

Good through: Ongoing promotion.

5. BAY-O-VISTA

Deal: Sign your child up for the Bay-O-Vista tennis summer camp. Children ages 5 to 12 are welcome to participate for $299 per child per week for members and $370 per child for non-members. Special discounts include 5 percent off for a second child, 5 percent off a second camp and 5 percent off for registering before April 30. All three discounts can be combined for a total savings of 15 percent.

The Fine Print: All camps are one week, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. There are 11 camps available and three levels for each camp. Four-day camps can be booked for a lower price.

For More Information: Check Online.

Good Through: April 30, 2011

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