February 27, 2017

Add Some Spring to Your Step With a New Group Fitness Routine


Campus Recreation is ramping up fitness program offerings for the Spring 2017 semester by offering new group fitness classes as well as Pop Up Fitness classes!  We are responding to the demand on campus for new and different types of fitness class and training options.  These changes in part, are in conjunction with SGA’s Healthy Week initiative!

New classes are being introduced to the campus this semester on the weekly schedule such as HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training); PIYO (Pilates, Yoga combination) and Panther Power (A circuit training class with both strength and cardio components)!

In addition, Campus Rec is planning a series of Pop-Up Fitness classes to break up the monotony and give students, faculty and staff the chance to try exciting, new classes such as TRX, Pure Barre and others.  TRX is suspension training utilizing gravity and body weight as the resistance for self-regulated strengthening and toning.  Pure Barre is a total body workout, focusing on small, isometric movements that create a high intensity, low impact workout.  Stay on the lookout for these great classes popping up on campus this spring!

Pure Barre Pop-Up Class


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