Recreation Center

Recreation Center

Fitness Programs

Commit to get fit!

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Couch to 5K 

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Date: 1/17 - 2/7

Time: Saturdays 10:15am

Leaders: Kirstin

This program is designed to take non-runners and give them the opportunity, encouragement, and training to become a runner!  Participants will be given a running/training schedule that works up to their 5k, 10k, or half marathon goal. Each Saturday, the group will meet together and run under the supervision of a Personal Trainer.

Arc Attack

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Date: 1/12 - 2/18

Time: 5:15pm - 6:00pm

Leader: Taylor S.

Come join us for a unique blend of cardio and weight training! Burn at least 850 calories in only 45 minutes! ARC Trainers are an Elliptical style machine that creates 84% LESS stress on your knee joints and provides more muscle training with less work! Be sure to come early to secure your spot in this exclusive class of 12!

Many individuals want to lose weight or improve their cardiovascular fitness, but struggle staying motivated or avoid boredom.  Arc Attack will be a fun, low-impact, group training session that utilizes intervals on the Arc Trainer in order to burn maximum calories during your cardio workout.

Women & Weights

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Date: 1/13 - 2/18

Time: Tuesdays 6am  |   Wednesdays 4pm

Leaders: Erin and Taylor

This women-only class provides a forum for female staff and students to learn about resistance training in a safe and encouraging environment. Our Personal Trainers will empower you through the knowledge of proper techniques and form as well as through bi-weekly workouts where you will get to learn how to resistance train.

Men’s Night: Conquer the Course

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Date: 2/5

Time: 8pm-Midnight

Leader: Joe Fix

Description:  Yes, it’s Men’s Night!!  The CBU Recreation Center is collaborating with ASCBU, Rec. Sports, Rez Life, Provider, and the Office of Spiritual Life to create a men’s-only gym night full of competitions and challenges. Sign up for our Tournaments! We'll have Basketball, Racquetball, and some other fun events that night!

Women’s Self Defense

Date: 3/27 - 3/28

Leader: Kristi Calhoun and Joe Fix

Description: This is a 2-day seminar that includes both informational education and practical defense techniques. Topics addressed include prevention ideas, assertiveness training, and physical techniques. Participants will have the opportunity to practice defense moves on individuals acting as attackers.

Lancer Fit

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Looking to spice up your daily workout routine?  Try supplementing one of our workouts with yours for 30 days. These challenges can be done in addition to your normal workout routine.  We want you to achieve both your personal fitness goals and your spiritual goals.

Download and print the 30 Day Guide below:
Lancer Fit

Walk to Wellness

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Walk to Wellness is a semester long program that promotes walking towards a healthy lifestyle.  Challenge your friends or co-workers and get moving! Taking 10,000 steps a day burns up to 400 calories a day. The first 20 participants to come into the Recreation Center to walk will get a pedometer that you can use throughout the day to help measure your physical activity and progress towards your fitness goals!

See the PDF file below for the monthly routes.

Walk to Wellness Spring Routes

Download the Map My Run app and follow the GPS Routes to Wellness! 
To get the Weekly Route, click the links below!

Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4 

AFAA PT Workshop

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Date: 2/13/15-2/15/15

Leader: AFAA

Description: This workshop, put on by the American Fitness Association of America in cooperation with our Fitness Program, is a 3-day seminar that will provide participants with the proper knowledge, tools, and experience to become a certified Personal Trainer. The workshop will conclude with a certification exam.

What's Your Wagon

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People often talk about falling off the wagon, and it happens to everyone; even those who are motivated with their fitness routines.  Whether you have been off your game for a month or a year, it’s no easy feat to dive back into regular exercise. But these four tips will get you started again on  the right, sneaker-clad foot:  The key to overcoming this problem is to set smart goals and this handout is the first step. Download the PDF below and use this resource as a goal setting tool to help you reach your fitness goals.

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