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Group fitness fun available via MTSU Campus Recrea...

Group fitness fun available via MTSU Campus Recreation classes

The MTSU Campus Recreation Center offers fitness classes six days each week with a variety of focuses and times to help the MTSU community have fun while meeting their fitness goals.

MTSU students, faculty, staff, and community members have the option of paying $2 per class or purchasing the VIP All-Access Fitness Pass ($30 students, $35 for nonstudent members) per semester.

In addition to being cost-effective, pass holders are privy to insider access, according to Campus Rec officials.

“The All-Access Fitness Pass allows you a chance to pre-register for classes that may have a limited number of spots,” said Lindsay Joyce, fitness coordinator.

Pass holders are also the first to receive updates on special events and class cancellations. Participants can pay per class or purchase the VIP All-Access Fitness Pass at the Rec Center’s equipment rental desk and online at www.mtsu.edu/camprec.

Participants enjoy a “Dance Fit” class at MTSU Campus Recreation. (Submitted photo)

Participants enjoy a “Dance Fit” class at MTSU Campus Recreation. (Submitted photo)

No matter what your fitness goals and needs are, MTSU Campus Rec has a group fitness class that will help you achieve them. The wide variety of classes focus on cardio, strength and relaxation. Cardio classes include cycling, Dance Fit, Plyo, POP Pilates, Step and Zumba, while strength classes include Body Shred, Buns & Guns, Kettlebell, Power Pump, Power Yoga, Raider Fit and TRX. Relaxation courses include Yoga and Tai Chi. You can find class schedules and descriptions here.

“I get bored working out alone, so the group fitness classes give me energy and help me get to know people on campus,” said Sara Pollard, a regular group fitness class attendee. “I wouldn’t be able to do so many other things that I enjoy — like hiking and kayaking — if I didn’t consistently exercise.”

With modern, state-of-the-art recreational facilities and equipment, diverse health and wellness opportunities are offered seven days a week. Learn more at www.mtsu.edu/camprec or call 615-898-2104.

For the most current group fitness information, follow Campus Rec on Facebook and Instagram @mtsucampusrec.

Participants enjoy a TRX fitness class at MTSU Campus Recreation. TRX is a suspension training bodyweight exercise where the participant uses his/her own bodyweight to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core strength all at the same time. (Submitted photo)

Participants stretch in a TRX fitness class at MTSU Campus Recreation. TRX is a suspension training body-weight exercise where the participant uses her own body weight to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core strength all at the same time. (Submitted photo)


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