Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Recreation & Wellness

Are you tired of your usual workout? Do you want to try something new? Consider joining one (or more) of the 14 group fitness classes offered at the Recreation & Wellness Center at no cost to MSU students with their EagleCard. The following is a compete list of classes offered with descriptions.
  • Ab Attack- An intense 20 minute abdominal workout designed to compliment your existing workout
  • Ballet Blast- Intervals of basic ballet moves that focus on sculpting muscles in your thighs, glutes and core; No ballet experience required 
  • Core N' More- Focuses on strenghthening the entire torso, including your abdominals, obliques and lower back muscles, plus a few surprise exercises for other parts of the body like your arms and legs
  • Cycling- High energy stationary bike workouts that enhance your cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength; You select personal intensity levels during the workout through body position and bike tension
  • Cycling Express- A 30 minute class where you can cycle and go or combine with abs immediately following for Cycle N' Abs.
  • Kickboxing- Combines elements of boxing, martial arts and aerobics to provide overall physical conditioning and toning; A high energy class with lots of upper body work
  • Stretch N' Flex- Improve posture, flexibility and balance with this soothing class; This is a no-impact class that is designed to work your entire body through a fitness fusion of flexibility and muscle strengthening exercises
  • Strength (RIP)- A full body strength training workout that works you through a variety of upper body, lower body and core exercises to tighten and tone your entire body
  • Tabata Tone- Blast fat and strengthen your entire body through 20 second intervals of extreme exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest
  • Total Body- A sports inspired total body workout that focuses on strength with mini cardio bursts in the mix; This class uses a variety of equipment to keep you motivated and having fun
  • Yoga- This workout is a combination of breathing, muscular strength, endurance, balance, coordination and other stress management techniques that will help open the body for total relaxation and rejuvenation
  • Zumba- An easy way to learn a super, fun dance workout that has been nicknamed "exercise in disguise"
  • Zumba/Dance Jamz- A Zumba workout with a combination of Dance Jamz, a dance inspired hip-hop workout by our fitness friend Jimmi Jamz Jamison from NKU
  • 20-14 (Cardio/Abs)- A 20 minute cardio, 14 minute ab workout that gives you the best of both worlds
Different classes are offered everyday of the week and all are one hour unless otherwise noted. For a complete schedule of group fitness classes currently offered, see the Group Fitness Schedule. The Recreation & Wellness Center is open Monday-Thursday from 6 a.m.-10 p.m., Friday from 6 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday from 2-10 p.m. For more information on classes and other offerings, visit the Recreation & Wellness Center online or call the front desk at 606-783-2083.

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