Choose Your Team
Getting Fan Fit takes passion and dedication. Just like your favorite Avalanche, Nuggets and Mammoth athletes, you need to stay ready so you don’t have to get ready. It’s about being on top of your fan game, all season long.
- Cheer, jump and high-five non-stop all game long.
- Can find your way around Pepsi Center blindfolded.
- Watch your team on every device you own—simultaneously.
If you’re not there yet, then this is the season.
We’ll help you. A UCHealth Fan Fit pop up event is coming to your area soon to give you a game-time experience. Check out your team for event details and to test your Fan Fitness.
Believe in your Fan Fitness.
I live for my team. My heart bleeds their team colors, my lungs breathe their mile-high air, my eyes see their banners hanging from the rafters of Pepsi Center. When they win, I celebrate. When they lose, I weep. And when they look to the stands for inspiration, it’s my foam finger they see. I am Fan Fit.
Are you fit to be a fan?
Find the next Fan Fit pop up event near you.
Fan Fit exercises for between games.
Achieve maximum cheering volume.
Sit upright in your chair with your head tilted back. Inhale through your nose and exhale slowly through your mouth, feeling your lungs decompress. Repeat 5–10 times for best effect.
Use to shrug off losing streaks.
Sit upright in a chair, grabbing each side with your hands. Pull with a shrugging motion and pause at the top for 6–10 seconds. Repeat 6–8 times.
Prepare for navigating Pepsi Center crowds.
Sit in a chair placed sideways an arm’s length from a wall or cubicle. Extend your arm to the side at shoulder height and push against the wall with your palm. Hold for five seconds. Repeat on each side.
Ideal for lifting game-day snacks.
Sit close to a sturdy desktop. Make a fist and press it against the bottom of the desk for 6–10 seconds and repeat six times on each arm.
Get ready for all those high-fives.
Sit with your back to a wall. Extend your arm forward and bring it all the way back until the back of your hand touches the wall. Repeat six times on each arm.