Susan Dyen

Susan is a retired business teacher from Council Rock North. She has been working at the pool at Briarwood Day camp for the past 26 years teaching swimming and being a lifeguard and has been teaching water aerobics for 20+ years first at Council Rock, Chandler Hall and now at BucksFIT! She also enjoys participating in local charity walking / running races with her son. Susan teaches our Monday and Wednesday evening Gentle Water Aerobics class.

2013 Evan Turner Basketball ProCamp

Bucks PT is proud announce our involvement in the 2013 Evan Turner Basketball ProCamp presented by SunnyD!

Nutrition and Antioxidant Seminar

Congratulations Northampton Township 11U Baseball Team!

A big congratulations to the Northampton Township 11U baseball team & their 2013 District Championship victory!!! Great job team!!!

2013 Best of Bucks Contest!

It’s that time of the year…Vote BucksFit “Best in Bucks” County!!! Between June 23rd and July 8th vote online at (Category: Lifestyle) Please select BucksFit: Wellness By Design as your favorite Health & Fitness Center! Thank you for your support!!!

Come Walk on Air!
The AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill®

Congratulations Eric Bofinger!

Congratulations to Bucksfit’s own Eric Bofinger for his participation in the Boston Marathon. Eric placed 171 overall with a total time of 02:36:22. You made us proud!!!

Congratulations Half Marathon Runners!!!

Congratulations to all the Bucksfit employees and members who ran in the Bucks County Half Marathon!!!

Running for Boston in Bucks

The BucksFit 5K, to be held at Northampton Township Municipal Park on Sunday, April 28, will donate $2 for every person who finishes the race to a recovery fund supporting survivors and first responders affected by the Boston Marathon bombings.

According to a flier for the event, money will be given to the One Fund Boston, the fund established after last week’s attack by Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and Massachussetts Governor Deval Patrick.

A portion of the proceeds will also benefit a local elementary school; students between kindergarten and 6th grade are encouraged to represent their schools, and combined times of the top 5 finishers from each school will determine which school wins. A donation will be given to that school’s physical education program, the flier says.

Eric Bofinger, a trainer at at Bucks Physical Therapy, one of the run’s sponsors, said the event, which is about six years old, generally draws around 100 racers. Bofinger, 28, participated in this year’s Boston Marathon, but was thankfully finished before the explosions.

More information, including the ability to register, can be found here. The race costs $20 for participants over 13, and $12 for those in grades K – 6. It starts at 8:30 a.m. There is also a 1K “fun run” starting at 9:00 a.m.

Know of any other races in Bucks County supporting Boston? Let me know, either in the comments or via e-mail, [email protected]

Congratulations Athlete of the Week!

Congratulations Bucks County Courier Times Athlete of the Week Tommie Dillione!