Jan. 14, 2016

Rusty Anchor Fitness & First 5k Fun Run!

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Just in time to make your new year resolutions, Seabrook announces the opening of its newest merchant, Rusty Anchor Fitness. This state-of-the-art fitness center is located along Seabrook Ave. on the north beach of the Washington Coast.

The gym is owned by Brian Evans, a 14 year veteran trainer for the Tumwater Valley Athletic Club. In addition to having been voted 'Best of South Sound Personal Trainer' in the Olympian, Evans has finished two Coeur d’Alene Ironman triathlons.

During the month of January, Rusty Anchor Fitness will be offering free goal-setting workshops each Saturday at noon. Evans will help you develop SMART goals which are specific, measurable, attainable, rewarding, and time sensitive. Whether it's weight loss, improved cardio shape, or muscle building you are hoping to achieve in 2016, Rusty Anchor Fitness will help you get there

You may know Evans if you have indulged in any of the Red Velvet Bakery goodies at Seabrook. Red Velvet is owned by his wife Trista, and together they make a great team who help you indulge, yet keep you healthy.

In addition to the goal setting workshops which happen each Saturday at noon at Rusty Anchor Fitness, save the date to take part in the Rusty Anchor First 5k run on January 16. Sign up in person at 9 a.m. and plan to run at 10 a.m. beach time. Cost for the run with T-shirt is $20 for adults and $10 for kids.

And speaking of resolutions, if giving back and attending trivia is on your list of to-dos, Seabrook opens the Town Hall starting at 6 p.m., January 17, for an evening of trivia brought to you by Mr. Bill’s Traveling Trivia. The event will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Cost will be $20 per seat or $100 per table.

Head to Seabrook for fitness and trivia this weekend, January 16-17.

Established in 2004 on the Washington Coast, Seabrook is a quaint, pedestrian-friendly town which currently has almost 300 privately-owned homes and approximately 170 vacation rentals. The town is a public place and open to all. Fire pits, oceanfront promenades, events, and a growing shopping district make Seabrook a great destination for any occasion. For more information visit or call (360) 276-0099. To book a rental cottage visit

By: Richelle Barger    Comments: 0

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