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Best Practices for Finding a Workout

Date: March 30, 2020 Category: Health & Well Being

How to Find & Check in to a Virtual Workout

1. Log in to your CG account online to access all available virtual workouts. (You must be a registered Camper in order to access the virtual workouts.)

2. Click the “Virtual Workouts” tab, where you can search for your preferred Trainer or filter by day/time.

3. Once you find the live workout you want to join, click ‘Check in’ to track your hard work.

4. Click 'Join Live' to open Zoom in your web browser. If this is your first time using Zoom, it is recommended that you download the Zoom App (keep reading for Zoom tips).

Please note: you will no longer be able to access virtual workout links in the ‘Location Map’ in the CG App or on the CG website.

CG Virtual Workouts

How to Find & Check in to an Outdoor Workout

1. Download the CG App on iOs or Android to access outdoor workouts. (You must be a registered Camper in order to log in to the CG App.)

2. Check out the ‘Location Map’ tab in the CG App or on the CG website to find available outdoor workouts.

3. Filter by day/time to find an available workout

4. Reach out to the Trainer running that location prior to attending Camp to reserve your spot. Due to COVID-19, we are restricting all Camp sizes to 50 Campers*.

5. Head out to Camp and check in through the CG App!  

CG Outdoor Workouts

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