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FALL REC GUIDE Southeast Missouri State University

2010


Facility Hours ///////////////////////FALL 2010

Student Recreation Center-North Fall Hours: (Effective Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010) Monday-Thursday 5:30 a.m. - 11 p.m. Friday 5:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday Noon - 11 p.m. *For break hours, visit www.semo.edu/recservices

Student Recreation Center-South Fall Hours: (Effective Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010) Monday-Thursday 5:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday 5:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday CLOSED Sunday 5 - 9 p.m.

Student Aquatic Center

Important Phone Numbers Aquatics Program Camping/Outdoor Equipment Facility Reservations Fitness and Wellness Intramural Sports Intramural Sports Hotline Racquetball Reservations Recreation Services Fax Recreation Services Office Sport Clubs Student Recreation Center-North Student Recreation Center-South Website: www.semo.edu/recservices

Fitness Swim (Rock Wall, Zip Line & Rope Swing CLOSED): Monday-Friday: 5:30 - 7:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Open Rec Swim (Rock Wall, Zip Line & Rope Swing OPEN): Monday, Tuesday & Thursday: 5 - 9 p.m. Wednesday: 3 - 9 p.m. Friday: 5 - 8 p.m. Saturday: Noon - 6 p.m. Sunday: 1 - 8 p.m.

(573) 651-2290 (573) 651-2471 (573) 651-2582 (573) 651-2367 (573) 651-2571 (573) 651-5900 (573) 651-2147 (573) 651-5190 (573) 651-2105 (573) 986-7379 (573) 651-2147 (573) 651-2600


Membership Rates //////////// FALL 2010

Membership Rates All Inclusive Membership *Includes both SRC and SAQ Membership. Category Fall Spring University Affiliate $82 $82 Alumni $164 $164 Community $237 $237

Summer $49 $81 $120

3-Semester $192 $368 $534

Full Student Recreation Center Membership *Includes full use of the Student Recreation Centers during operational hours. Valid at both SRCs-North and South Category Fall Spring Summer 3-Semester University Affiliate $61 $61 $36 $142 Alumni $122 $122 $60 $274 Community $190 $190 $108 $439 Full membership is for anyone 16 years of age and older (those 16 and 17 need a parent to sign a waiver), and these patrons have the ability to purchase privileges for other Recreation Services programs. Limited Student Recreation Center Membership *Valid at both SRCs: Mon - Fri 5:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. ONLY Patrons must be in the SRC by 2 p.m. and cannot use the SRCs on weekends. Category Fall Spring Summer 3-Semester University Affiliate $34 $34 $18 $77 Alumni $67 $67 $34 $151 Community $82 $82 $54 $196 Limited membership is for anyone 16 years of age and older (those 16 and 17 need a parent to sign a waiver), and these patrons have the ability to purchase privileges for most other Recreation Services programs.

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Membership Rates //////////// FALL 2010

Membership Rates Student Aquatic Center (SAQ) Only Membership *3-semester discount will apply when full-year membership is paid in full. Category Fall Spring Summer 3-Semester University Affiliate $30 $30 $18 $70 Alumni $60 $60 $30 $135 Community $95 $95 $54 $220 Family Memberships Family memberships are all inclusive only and include use of BOTH the SRCs and the SAQ for the year. The “family plan” is good for up to four family members (dependents can only be between the ages of 16 and 23 to use this plan). Patrons must also observe Family Hours (Friday 5 p.m. - Sunday 5 p.m.) during academic sessions for those ages 15 and younger. *Family members added can only be spouses or children. Category Fee University Affiliate $345 (compare to $384 for 2 memberships) Alumni $662 (compare to $736 for 2 memberships) Community $961 (compare to $1,068 for 2 memberships) Reduced Rate Dates Membership fees (all but family memberships) are pro-rated and reduced each semester. Patrons wanting to wait until the “mid-point” will pay 40% less on their membership fees: Semester Begin Date End Date Mid-Point Fall 2010 Aug. 23, 2010 Jan. 17, 2011 Oct. 18, 2010 Spring 2011 Jan. 18, 2011 May 15, 2011 March 11, 2011 Summer 2011 May 16, 2011 Aug. 22, 2011 July 1, 2011

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Services ///////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Locker Rental The SRC-North , SRC-South and the Student Aquatic Center each have locker rooms for both men and women. Lockers are available to rent by semester. Full or half lockers are available. NOTE – the Department of Recreation Services is NOT responsible for personal items stored in lockers. Items left in lockers after the rental period will be removed and kept within the department for 30 days. Afterward, all contents will be discarded. No personal locks are permitted on any University-owned locker. Complimentary towel service is included with the purchase of a semester locker rental. Fee (per semester) Student University Affiliate Alumni and Community

Full Locker $18 $23 $33

Half-Locker $13 $18 $28

Day Lockers Available Patrons who do not want to rent a locker are encouraged to use our day locker service for free. You may check out a lock to use an available locker within each locker room to store personal items. To use this service, give your ID to a staff member at the Operation Center and you will receive a combination lock. Day lockers are available for only the day they are used and personal items must be removed from all day lockers at the end of the business day. Items left in lockers will be removed and discarded. Towel Service There are two types of towels provided to patrons using recreation facilities. A shower towel is available as well as a fitness towel. Complimentary towel service is INCLUDED with any semester locker rental. Upon the purchase of a semester locker, you will receive a towel card. This card will permit you to exchange a soiled towel for a clean one each time you use the SRC. You may also use a fitness towel and exchange in the same manner as a shower towel. This service is also available for purchase without the rental of a locker. Identification Card Requirements It is required that all Southeast students or members prove their membership by presenting a valid Redhawks ID card upon entering either SRC. Patrons will not be permitted to use the SRCs without possessing a valid Redhawks ID card. All patrons purchasing a membership to the SRCs or the Student Aquatic Center are required to have a Redhawks ID made for them. The cost is $10/ID card. If cards are lost or damaged, a replacement can be made for $15. Photos are taken in the main office (SRC-North, Room 101). All guests are required to leave a photo ID at the desk while using the facility and must complete a Daily Pass Registration Form available at the Operation Center in each facility. Any non-member may “self-sponsor” themselves with the required guest fee and proper identification. Parents/legal guardians are required to register children age 17 and younger (not in effect for special events). Patrons are encouraged to contact our office if they have a guest that will be here for an extended stay.

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Policies //////////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Equipment

Towel services, locker services and equipment check-out are available at the Operation Center within each SRC. To obtain these services, a student or member must present a valid ID. The ID will be retained at the Operation Center in exchange for the equipment being used. Should items be lost under your care, the member or person responsible will be billed a replacement cost plus an administrative fee to replace the missing item. Some items, such as racquetball racquets, require a small fee for checkout. Racquetballs can be purchased at the Operation Center as well.

Accidents and Injuries

Participation in programs and services offered by Recreation Services is voluntary; individuals assume responsibility for their own health and safety. Individuals who intend to participate in vigorous activities should, for their own protection, have a physical examination to determine if they are physically able to participate. Medical insurance is strongly recommended.

Alcohol and Tobacco Policy

All Southeast recreation facilities are non-smoking, no tobacco facilities. No alcohol is permitted in recreation facilities or on fields.

Food and Drink

Food and drinks are permitted in the lobby area only, unless approved for special events or occasions. Only water is permitted in fitness room areas.

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Policies //////////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Proper Attire

Due to safety and hygiene concerns, patrons are asked to abide by the following attire policies while using recreation facilities: Proper athletic footwear must be worn at all times. No sandals or open-toed shoes may be worn into fitness/cardio areas or used on any equipment. Shoes must be non-marking. Shirts and shorts must be worn at all times in either facility. Attire must be “tasteful” and not be torn or hanging from the body in any manner.

Family Hours

The Student Recreation Center offers families an opportunity to recreate together in our facilities during certain times of the week. Family hours are slated from Friday, 5 p.m. through Sunday, 5 p.m. Children 15 and under may accompany parents, students or members into the facility during this time. Children age 16 and younger are NOT PERMITTED to enter the weight room or use any weight or cardio equipment at any time. Parents/legal guardians MUST be with children at all times for those kids ages 15 and younger.

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Swim Lessons /////////////////////FALL 2010

Parent/Child Swim Lessons These lessons are for infants, toddlers, and young children (ages 6 months and up) who need parental involvement. The basic foundation for learning to swim is formed in these classes, which are taught by the SAQ staff. Registration Deadline: Thursday, Oct. 21

Schedule: 9 - 9:45 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 23 9 - 9:45 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 30 9 - 9:45 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 6 9 - 9:45 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 13 9 - 9:45 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 20

Fees: Members: Non-members:

$40 $50

Youth Swim Lessons These lessons are for children (under 14 years of age) who are comfortable leaving their parents behind and starting a swim class on their own. This program offers swimming instruction with classes taught by the SAQ staff and is kept small to ensure low student-to-teacher ratios. Schedule: 10 - 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 23 10 - 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 30 10 - 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 6 10 - 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 13 10 - 11 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 20

Registration Deadline: Thursday, Oct. 21 Fees: Members: Non-members:

$40 $50

Private Swim Lessons Scheduled on an individual basis, lessons can be tailored to fit any swimmer. There is a 1:1 instructor-to-student ratio. Group lessons are available upon request. Sessions are 30 minutes in length and are only offered during open recreation hours. Students: Members: Non-members:

1 Session: $12 $15 $18

5 Sessions $55 $60 $75

10 Sessions: $100 $110 $140

*For more information contact Chad Sierman at (573) 651-2290.

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Scuba Diving ////////////////////////FALL 2010

SCUBA Diving

This course consists of alternating classroom work and in-water SCUBA equipment work. Students will participate in open-water dives and will be issued a certiďŹ cation card upon satisfactory completion of the class. Students will need some personal SCUBA Equipment such as Mask, Fins, Snorkel and Booties. Price includes: Crew Pack, Academics, Pool and Openwater Dives. Session 1 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 11 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 12 [Session 1 Registration Deadline] Thursday, Sept. 9 Session 2 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 9 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 10 [Session 2 Registration Deadline] Thursday, Oct. 7 Session 3 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 13 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14 [Session 3 Registration Deadline] Thursday, Nov. 11 Fees Students: Members: Non-members:

$300 $325 $350

*For more information contact Chad Sierman at (573) 651-2290.

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Lifeguard Training /////////////FALL 2010

Lifeguard Training

This course uses American Red Cross instruction in basic lifeguarding skills. Topics to be covered include care for injuries, illness and medical emergencies. Skills of water rescue will also be taught, emphasizing pool lifeguarding only. Lifeguarding courses are conducted by American Red Cross lifeguarding instructors. Course completion does not guarantee employment. This is a 30-hour course. Registration is at the Student Recreation Center-North main office. Course Prerequisites: - 15 years of age. - 300-yard swim, (100 yards of front crawl using rhythmic breathing and a stabilizing, propellant kick; 100 yards of breaststroke using a pull, breathe, kick and glide sequence; 100 yards of either the front crawl or breaststroke or a combination of front crawl and breaststroke) - Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10-pound brick, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object and exit the water without using a ladder or steps, with 1 minute, 40 seconds. Session 1 4 p.m. - 9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 19 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 20 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 21 Session 1 Registration Deadline: Thursday, Nov. 18 Prices: Students: Members: Non-members:

$ 75 $125 $150

- Participants will need to schedule a time to complete the course prerequisites prior to the beginning of class.

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Lifeguard Training Recertification Courses Don’t put it off any longer! If your current Lifeguard Training/First Aid and/or your CPR for the Professional Rescuer/AED certifications are on the verge of expiring, we can get you recertified. To schedule a course contact Chad Sierman at (573) 651-2290. Students:

LGT/First Aid $35

CPR-Pro/AED $25

Members:

$40

$30

Non-members:

$50

$40


Group Fitness ///////////////////// FALL 2010

Group Fitness

AFAA Workshop & Primary Group Exercise Certification AFAA is one of the leading and well recognized fitness certification organizations in the United States. This workshop and certification is a first step to start your career in fitness! Primary Group Exercise Certification This workshop reviews AFAA's Basic Exercise Standards and Guidelines, anatomy, exercise science, exercise evaluation and exam criteria. The practical and written exams will be administered at the end of the day. This workshop is for those who are interested in becoming a certified group fitness instructor. Schedule: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 4: Primary Group Exercise Certification Location: Student Recreation Center-North, Group Fitness Studio (Room 202) Fee & To Register: Please pick up a flyer in Student Recreation Center-North or go to afaa.com for more information. Group Fitness Our group fitness classes have something for everyone! Whether you are starting to be active regularly or you are trying to increase your endurance, you can find a class you will enjoy. You may try kickboxing and cycle fit for a challenging workout. You may try yoga for a relaxing and rejuvenating workout. We have two free preview weeks, so come try classes to find your favorite! Fee: 1 visit pass: $5 Semester pass: $40 *There is a no refund policy with fitness class passes/services and all sold passes/services are non-transferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center - North (Room 101) to purchase a Group Fitness Pass during the business hours. You may purchase a 1 visit pass at the Operation Center after business hours. Payment methods include University charge, check, cash, or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover).

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Group Fitness ///////////////////// FALL 2010

Group Fitness Schedule Period Monday, Aug. 23 - Friday, Dec. 10 Group Fitness Preview Weeks Monday, Oct. 18 - Friday, Oct. 22

Location Student Aquatic Center, Leisure Pool (SAQ) Student Recreation Center - North, Group Fitness Studio, Room 202 (SRC-N, Rm 202)

Group Fitness Weekly Schedule & Location Monday 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. Lunch Express Yoga (SRC-N, Rm 202) 5:15 - 6 p.m. Body Sculpt with Gliding (SRC-N, Rm 202) 6:05 - 6:35 p.m. Core Strength (SRC-N, Rm 202) 6:40 - 7:25 p.m. Kickboxing (SRC-N, Rm 202) 7:30 - 8:15 p.m. Cycle Fit (SRC-N, Rm 202)

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Tuesday 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. 5:30 - 6:15 p.m. 5:50 - 6:35 p.m. 6:40 - 7:25 p.m. 7:30 - 8:15 p.m.

Lunch Express Core Strength (SRC-N, WR) F.A.B. (SRC-N, Rm 202) Water Fitness (SAQ) Step (SRC-N, Rm 202) Body Sculpt with BOSU (SRC-N, Rm 202) Triple Cardio (SRC-N, Rm 202)

Wednesday 5:15 - 6 p.m. 6:05 - 6:35 p.m. 6:40 - 7:25 p.m. 7:30 - 8:15 p.m.

Kickboxing (SRC-N, Rm 202) Abs & Arms (SRC-N, Rm 202) Boot Camp (SRC-N, Rm 202) Hip Hop (SRC-N, Rm 202)

Thursday 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. 5:15 - 5:45 p.m. 5:50 - 6:35 p.m. 6:40 - 7:25 p.m.

Lunch Express Water Fitness (SAQ) Crunch-less Abs (SRC-N, Rm 202) Cycle Fit (SRC-N, Rm 202) Circuit Training (SRC-N, Rm 202)

Friday 12:15 - 12:45 p.m.

Lunch Express Core Strength (SRC-N, Rm 202)

Group Fitness Schedule Exceptions No group fitness classes will be offered on: Wednesday, Oct. 13, after 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 14 - Friday, Oct. 15 (Fall Break) Wednesday, Nov. 24, after 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 25 - Friday, Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving Break)


Group Fitness ///////////////////// FALL 2010

Group Fitness Class Descriptions Abs & Arms A challenging 30-minute core class that also targets the upper body muscles - especially trouble areas! Boot Camp Transform your body with high intensity cardio, strength, core training, drills and more! New exercises each week will shock your muscles and boost your results. Great for all levels - be prepared to sweat! Body Sculpt This total body workout improves muscular strength, endurance, tone and flexibility with BOSU Balance Trainer or Gliding. This class may also include body bars, dumbbells, resistance tubing, med balls and stability balls for a fun and varied toning workout! Circuit Training This class will get your heart and muscles working! A full body workout will be performed in stations to keep you moving. Core Strength This focused class will strengthen your abdominals and lower back muscles to create a strong and centered core. Strong core muscles are essential for daily physical movements and activities. Crunch-Less Abs Tired of traditional crunches? Try this crunch-less class! Learn challenging new ways to strengthen all the muscles of your core and improve overall core stability. Cycle Fit In this indoor cycling fitness class, an instructor will guide you through imaginative terrains with invigorating music and visualization for 40 minutes. Whatever your fitness level may be, you can increase your strength and improve your overall fitness. Don’t forget to bring your towel and water bottle! This class is limited to 14 participants.

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Group Fitness ///////////////////// FALL 2010

Group Fitness Class Descriptions F.A.B. (Fabulous Abs and Buns) A challenging 30-minute core class that also targets the lower body muscles – especially trouble areas such as the hips and thighs! Hip-Hop Improve your dance skills and conditioning in this fun twist on cardio! You don’t have to be a dance major. Just know how to have fun! Kickboxing This class uses punches, kicks and muscle conditioning for an awesome cardio workout! This class may include cardio kickboxing combos, drills, stations and shorter segments for toning, abs and flexibility. Lunch Express Series (Yoga, Water Fitness, & Core Strength) These classes are for busy people. In 30 minutes during lunch time, get your workout in, release some stress and feel better! Lunch Express Classes are free for students, faculty and staff. For Lunch Express Water Fitness classes, those without an SRC membership must sign in at the Operation Center to access the facility. Triple Cardio This class combines all your favorite cardio classes into one! Hi/Lo, step, kickboxing, all combined into one 45-minute class. You can do it all! Water Fitness Are you ready for some fun in the water? Come enjoy our new aquatic complex in this class which will provide great cardiovascular and muscular conditioning. The water allows you to experience a total body, low impact workout. No swimming skills necessary.

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Group Fitness ///////////////////// FALL 2010

Group Fitness Policies • All participants must sign in PRIOR TO participating in class activities. • Entry after the first 5 minutes or the warm-up segment is NOT RECOMMENDED. • All participants must present a VALID GROUP FITNESS PASS to attend a group fitness class except Lunch Express classes. • All participants must have an SRC membership to attend a group fitness class except Lunch Express classes. • Lunch Express classes do not require participants to have an SRC membership or a valid Group Fitness pass. Those without an SRC membership, however, are REQUIRED TO sign in at the Operation Center to access the facility. • Group Fitness Passes are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE and only valid for the current semester. • Classes with TWO OR LESS PARTICIPANTS are subject to cancellation. • Classes cancelled due to low attendance for three consecutive weeks will be removed from the schedule. About Your Group Fitness Instructors Our group fitness instructors are either certified with nationally recognized fitness organizations such as the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), American Council on Exercise (ACE), and American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) or in the process of obtaining a certification. Most of our group fitness instructors are Southeast students who are in exercise science or health promotion majors. Group Fitness Incentive Program Trying to stay fit is sometimes hard. By signing up, you can reward yourself for your effort to stay fit. The best part is that you don’t need to do anything once you sign up! We will tally up the number of classes you attend for you. You can get a prize for the 25th, 50th and 75th class attended. Once you reach 100 classes your name will be added to the Group Fitness Hall of Fame. Fee Free to all participants with a valid group fitness semester pass. To Register Check the “Incentive Points” box on the registration form when you purchase a Group Fitness Pass. Then check the “Incentive Points” box each time you sign in for a Group Fitness class.

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Lunch Express //////////////////FALL 2010

Lunch Express Yoga Come enjoy this 30-minute invigorating and rejuvenating workout and relaxation. Bring your friends and co-workers to refresh your body and mind. Please come in loose fitting clothing that allows for movements. Additionally, please bring your own yoga mat (if available) and a belt/old tie that can be used as a strap. No prior registration is required. This program is on a walk-in basis. Schedule: 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. Monday Aug. 23 - Dec. 6 (No class on Sept. 6) Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Group Fitness Studio (Room 202) Fee: Free to Southeast faculty, staff and students.

Lunch Express Water Fitness This Water Fitness class offers you a quick 30-minute full body exercise and stretching with less joint impact. Water provides an excellent environment to make your cardiovascular and muscular workout effective! You do not need to have swimming skills nor get your hair wet! No prior registration is required. This program is on a walk-in basis. Schedule: 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. Thursday Aug. 26 - Dec. 9 (No class on Oct. 14 & Nov. 25) Location: Student Aquatic Center, Leisure Pool Fee: Free to Southeast faculty, staff and students.

Lunch Express Core Strength This focused class will strengthen your abdominals and lower back muscles to create a strong and centered core. No prior registration is required. This program is on a walk-in basis. Schedule: 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. Tuesday & Friday Aug. 24 - Dec. 10 (No class on Oct. 15 & Nov. 26) Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Group Fitness Studio (Room 202) Fee: Free to Southeast faculty, staff and students.

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Massage Therapy //////////// FALL 2010

Massage Therapy

Come and enjoy relaxing massage and relieve your stress and tension in your body. Our massage therapist will tailor to your personal needs. From stress relief to injury recovery, take advantage of high quality service at a very reasonable price! About Your Therapist • Ashley Jones, a licensed massage therapist, has been practicing massage for six years. She received her training at Metro Business College. She offers Swedish massage which helps you relax, reduce stress and ease achy muscles. She also offers deep tissue massage which concentrates on the deeper layer of muscles. There may be a little soreness during or after massage. • Tina Schaefer, also a licensed massage therapist, received her training at Heritage College in Oklahoma City, Okla. She offers Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, myofascia release and prenatal massage. Schedule: 5 - 8 p.m., Monday; Sept. 20, Oct. 11, Nov. 1 2 - 5 p.m., Thursday; Sept. 30, Oct. 28, Nov. 18 Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Conference Room (Room 107, along the indoor track in East Gym) Fee: 30 minutes: $25 (Student), $35 (Faculty/Staff/Community) 1 hour: $40 (Student), $50 (Faculty/Staff/Community) *Payment is due prior to your appointment. *There is a no refund policy with fitness and wellness services, and all sold fitness and wellness services are non-transferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center - North (Room 101). Payment methods include University charge, check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). You may call the Recreation Services Office at (573) 651-2105 to make a reservation. Payment is due two days prior to your appointment to avoid cancellation.

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Nutrition Counseling ///////// FALL 2010

Nutrition Counseling

This service provides counseling and guidance for your nutritional goals such as weight loss, optimal performance and disease prevention. Gain the basic knowledge and skills needed to live a healthy lifestyle! Our registered dietitian will help and guide you. About Your Dietitian Candice O’Hare, R.D., L.D. is a graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. She is a member of the American Dietetic Association and Southeast Missouri Dietetic Association. Candice is the dietitian for Chartwells, the on-campus dining service. She is committed to helping others achieve a healthy lifestyle and overall wellness by putting them on the path to lowering weight, eating healthfully and reducing their risk of chronic diseases. Fee: Initial Assessment: $35 Follow Up Session: $30 GET FIT package (2 Fitness Assessments and 2 Nutrition Counseling Sessions): $85 There is a no refund policy with fitness and wellness services and all sold fitness and wellness services are nontransferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center - North (Room 101). Payment methods include University charge, check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). You must complete the registration form and nutrition and health history questionnaire (available in the Recreation Services office) to begin your purchased session. No phone registration is available.

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Personal Training ////////////// FALL 2010

Personal Training

We offer a variety of personal training services to tailor to your individual needs. Whether you want to learn a proper way to exercise, workout with your friends or know your current fitness level, we have something for you. Each session is one hour with a certified personal trainer. Fitness Assessment In a fitness assessment, our personal trainer will administer several different screenings to measure your body composition, cardiovascular level, muscular strength/endurance and flexibility. This service is great for you if you want to assess your fitness level before you start a new fitness regimen and to monitor your progress after you start the regimen. One-on-one Personal Training This service is for those who want to start an exercise routine safely, learn proper techniques to exercise and get encouragements and challenges from a personal trainer. Our personal trainer will develop a fitness program with your specialized needs in mind. Get the attention you deserve! Buddy Training If you want to workout with your friends, this service is for you. We know it is always fun to workout with your friends or family! You can get a fitness program to fit the need of each person from our personal trainer. About Your Personal Trainer Our personal trainers are certified with nationally recognized fitness organizations such as the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), American Council on Exercise (ACE) and American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Most of personal trainers are Southeast students who are in exercise science or health promotion majors. Fee: Fitness Assessment: $25 One-on-one Personal Training 1 session: $25, 5 sessions: $115, 10 sessions: $210, 20 sessions: $360

Buddy Training (price per pair) 1 session: $40, 5 sessions: $175, 10 sessions: $315, 20 sessions: $540

GET FIT package 2 Fitness Assessments and 2 Nutrition Counseling Sessions: $85

There is a no refund policy with fitness and wellness services, and all sold fitness and wellness services are non-transferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center-North (Room 101). Payment methods include University charge, check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). You must complete the registration form and health history questionnaire (available in the Recreation Services office) to begin your purchased session. No phone registration is available.

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Professional Skills //////////////FALL 2010

Professional Skill Development American Red Cross Safety Courses

We offer American Red Cross safety courses designed to give you the confidence to respond in an emergency situation with skills that can save a life. The purpose of the American Red Cross First Aid and CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)/AED (Automated External Defibrillator) courses is to give individuals the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and provide care for emergencies. Each class is limited to 10 participants. Early registration is recommended since courses with low registration may be cancelled. Adult CPR/AED This hands-on skills training prepares you to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults. This course also teaches you how to safely use an AED to provide care for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Child/Infant CPR Designed for those who care for children, either full time or occasionally, this course teaches participants how to recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in infants and children age 12 and younger. First Aid This course combines lectures, demonstrations and video with hands-on training and practice. Participants in this course learn to recognize and respond to emergencies including shock, cardiac and breathing emergencies, heat and cold emergencies, sudden illnesses and poisonings. Additionally, participants will learn how to care for cuts and scrapes, and muscle, bone and joint injuries. Schedule & Location: 3:30 - 8 p.m., Sunday, August 29: Adult CPR/AED, Student Recreation Center - North, Multi-Purpose Room 3:30 - 8 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 19: Child/Infant CPR, Student Recreation Center - North, Multi-Purpose Room 3:30 - 8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 10: First Aid, Student Recreation Center - North, Multi-Purpose Room 3:30 - 8 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 24: Adult CPR/AED, Student Recreation Center - North, Multi-Purpose Room 3:30 - 8 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 14: Child/Infant CPR, Student Recreation Center - North, Multi-Purpose Room Fee: $15 per class There is a no refund policy with fitness and wellness services and all sold fitness and wellness services are nontransferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center-North (Room 101). Payment methods include University charge, check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Payment is required at the time of registration to ensure enrollment in the class selected. No phone registration is available.

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Professional Skills //////////////FALL 2010

Professional Skill Development Group Fitness Instructor Course

Are you interested in a career in fitness? This course will provide both lecture and practical training to gain necessary knowledge and hands-on skills. You may choose to audition for a group fitness instructor position in Recreation Services at the end of the course. Informational Meeting: 4 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 14 Course Schedule: 3:30 - 5 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 21, 28; Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26; Nov. 7, 9 Group Fitness Instructor Audition: 3:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 16 Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Group Fitness Studio (Room 202) Fee: $25 There is a no refund policy with fitness and wellness services, and all sold fitness and wellness services are nontransferable. To Register: Stop by the Recreation Services office located in the Student Recreation Center-North (Room 101). Payment methods include University charge, check, cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard and Discover). Payment is required at the time of registration to ensure enrollment in the class selected. No phone registration is available.

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Shape Up Southeast /////FALL 2010

Shape Up Southeast!

Shape Up Southeast! is an incentive program that encourages you to keep up with your physical activity routine. The program also lets you focus on aspects of your lifestyle other than physical wellness. You can make your team with a friend or co-workers for this free 10-week program. You log your physical activity and wellness activity points online and compete with other teams for prizes. You may get bonus points by attending American Red Cross courses and wellness seminars we oer. This program is open to the entire Southeast community. Online Registration Period: Monday, Aug. 23 - Friday, Sept. 10 Online Registration Deadline: 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 10 Contest Period: Monday, Sept. 13 - Sunday, Nov. 19 Final Log Deadline: 11 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 23 Wrap Up Party: Noon - 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10 Student Recreation Center - North, Multipurpose Room Fee: Free to Southeast faculty, sta, students and their spouses. To Register: Visit www4.semo.edu/recservices/wellness/events/shapeup/shapeup_registration.asp during the registration period.

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Shape Up Southeast /////FALL 2010

Shape Up Southeast! “Walk the Walk”

Shape Up Southeast! “Walk the Walk” is an incentive program to encourage you to lead a healthy lifestyle. Shape Up Southeast! will challenge you to compete on your own with a pedometer! You keep track the number of your steps everyday for 28 days (4-weeks) consecutively! No need to log your points online. Shape Up Southeast! “Walk the Walk” is open to the entire Southeast community. Schedule: You may start on any day after Monday, Aug. 23. Track your steps with a pedometer for 28 days consecutively. You must start no later than Monday, Sept. 13 to be qualified for the competition. Point Submission Deadline: 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 23 Winner Announcement: At Shape Up Southeast! Wrap Up Party Noon - 1 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10 Student Recreation Center - North, Multipurpose Room Fee: Free to Southeast faculty, staff, students and their spouses. Prizes: 1st Place: 1-hour massage 2nd -5th Place: 30-minute massage Winners will be determined by drawing if there is a tie. What You Need: • Pedometer (You may purchase one online or local stores, such as Target and Wal-Mart; approximately $7-20.) • The Shape Up Fall 2010 Point Sheet Where to Obtain the Point Sheet: • Download the sheet from www4.semo.edu/recservices/pdf/shapeupfall10walkpointsheet.pdf • E-mail tfujii@semo.edu to request the sheet • Call Takeshi Fujii at (573) 651-2367 (x2367) to request the sheet

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Wellness ///////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Smoking Cessation Program

Put smoking out of your life for the good of your health! This free program could help you crush the habit no matter how long you have been smoking. Designed by the American Lung Association and presented by health care professionals from Southeast Missouri Hospital, this program focuses on behavior change and is a great way for you to quit. Throughout the program, the class facilitator will help you as you prepare to quit and then go through the steps of preparing to live a smoke-free life! The class format includes preparation for quitting, followed by either a “cold turkey” or nicotine-assisted method of quitting. Schedule: 12:15 - 1 p.m. Thursday Sept. 30; Oct. 7, 19, 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18 Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Conference Room (Room 107, along the indoor track in East Gym) Fee: Free for Southeast faculty, staff and students To Register: Contact Takeshi Fujii, assistant director, fitness & wellness at (573) 651-2367 or tfujii@semo.edu. Make sure to visit the Ad Hoc Committee on Smoking Policies & Procedures committee website to obtain information on the upcoming tobacco usage policy and other tobacco cessation resources: www4.semo.edu/humanresources/Smoking%20Committee/Home.htm

Stress Buster Mini-Massage

Studying for final exams surely stresses you out. We are here to help you relax. All you need to do is just bring yourself to the Student Recreation Center - North. Licensed massage therapists are ready to give you a free massage. Each massage is approximately five-to-10 minutes. Schedule: 5 - 9 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6 Location: Student Recreation Center - North, Lounge Fee: Free for Southeast students

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Wellness ///////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Wellness Fair

Department of Recreation Services is hosting the Annual Wellness Fair. Come and discover how to stay healthy and active and to prevent injuries and illness. Exhibitors from on-campus departments and community agencies will offer presentation, screening and educational information. Admission is free. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 6 University Center, 3rd Floor

Wellness Seminars

We offer wellness seminars to provide tips and education on wellness related topics. These 30-minute seminars are free for Southeast faculty, staff and students. If you are participating in Shape Up Southeast!, you receive bonus points by attending these seminars. Bring your friends and co-workers and increase your wellness knowledge! “The Bottom Line on Cholesterol” Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish facts from myths about Cholesterol. Come and join our campus dietitian Candice O’Hare and her staff and get the basic facts on Cholesterol. 12:15 - 12:45 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 21 University Center, Heritage Room (Previously Riverboat Room) “What You Can Do for Fire Safety” Learn what you can do to protect you and your family from fire with Brian Shaffer, battalion chief of the Cape Girardeau Fire Department. 12:15 - 12:45 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5 University Center, Heritage Room (Previously Riverboat Room) “The Truth About Women and Resistance Training” Learn how to strengthen your bones, muscles and tendons but also reduce the risk of injury and help your body burn more calories. Also, learn exercises that will help target those problem areas, such as buns, hips, thighs and arms. 12:15 - 12:45 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 19 University Center, Heritage Room (Previously Riverboat Room)

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Wellness ///////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Wellness Seminars “Diabetes: Basics and Beyond” November is American Diabetes Month! Come and join our campus dietitian Candice O’Hare and her staff, and learn basics of diabetes and what you can do to prevent it. 12:15 - 12:45 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 2 University Center, Heritage Room (Previously Riverboat Room) “Stress Self-Check” Dr. Chris Charlton knows stress! Learn about stress signals, take a stress inventory and discover solutions for handling your stress. 12:15 - 12:45 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 16 University Center, Heritage Room (Previously Riverboat Room) Wellness Speaker Event “Die Empty-Living to the Limits of Our Limited Life” Featuring Thomas Dismukes An adventurer and motivational storyteller, Thomas Dismukes will talk about the challenge to live your life to the fullest, to give everything you’ve got and to not only keep your mind and body “well” but to also live well. Thomas Dismukes’ appeal is universal. For more than 16 years and in 19 countries, audiences have rolled with laughter and applauded with inspiration at this man who does more than motivate and educate… he touches people’s lives. Join this wellness speaker who will make you laugh, cry and think about your life! 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 11 University Center, Ballroom

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Intramural Calendar /////////// FALL 2010

Sport Divisions* Registration** Manager's Meeting***/Event Time Play Begins Players Fee ALL-SEMESTER MANAGER'S MEETING 5 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 2 Softball League C, M, W Aug. 23-31 5:30 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 2 9/7 10 $55 Flag Football League C, M, W Aug. 23-31 6 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 2 9/7 7/8 $55 Ultimate Frisbee League C, M, W Aug. 31-Sept. 7 5:30 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 9 9/13 $25 Team Handball League C, M, W Aug. 31-Sept. 7 6 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 9 9/13 7 $25 Tennis Singles League C, M, W Sept. 7-14 9/20 1 $10 Sand Volleyball League C, M, W Sept. 7-14 5 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 16 9/20 4 $25 Redhawk Ball Tournament C, M, W Sept. 13-21 5 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 23 9/27 6 $20 Badminton Tournament M, W Sept. 13-21 ET: 7 p.m., Fri., Sept. 24 9/24 1 $5 Dodgeball League C, M, W Sept. 27-Oct. 5 5 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 7 10/11 6 $25 Soccer League C, M, W Sept. 27-Oct. 5 5:30 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 7 10/11 7 $55 Volleyball League C, M, W Sept. 27-Oct. 5 6 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 7 10/11 6 $55 Racquetball League C, M, W Oct. 18-26 11/1 1 $10 3 on 3 Basketball League C, M, W Oct. 18-26 5 p.m., Thurs., Oct. 28 11/1 3 $25 Basketball Tournament C, M, W Nov. 15-23 11/2 5 $20 Bowling Tournament M, W Nov. 15-23 ET: 9 p.m., Tues., Nov. 30 11/30 1 $10 College Bowl Pick 'Em OPEN Dec. 6-15 Entries Due: Tues., Dec. 15 12/16 1 No Cost *C=Co-Rec; M=Men's; W=Women's **Register online at www.imleagues.com/schools/semo/registration. ***Attendance at the manager's meeting is mandatory to ensure playoff eligibility. Teams participating in multiple sports throughout the semester may also have one representative attend the All-Semester Manager's Meeting. All meetings will be held in the Student Recreation Center-North Multi-Purpose Room.

Intramural Officials Training Dates Volleyball 9 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 28 9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 30 9 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 5 Soccer 9 p.m., Monday, Sept. 27 9 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 29 9 p.m., Monday, Oct. 4 • Must attend ALL trainings for a sport. • First meeting listed for each sport will be held in the SRC-North. For more information please contact Jen Rose at (573) 986-7379 or jrose@semo.edu.

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Sport Clubs ///////////////////////////FALL 2010

Sport Clubs are student initiated and led organizations created to provide additional opportunities for participation in unique sports instruction and experiences. Sport Clubs are open to all Southeast students/faculty/staff with all skill levels from novice to expert. Sport Clubs are formed by individuals motivated by a common interest and desire to participate in a recreational, instructional or competitive activity. Sport Clubs place a strong emphasis on student involvement and develop students through physical and mental exercise, social interaction and leadership opportunities.

Active Sport Clubs Sport Baseball Bass Anglers Cycling Dodgeball Equestrian Fencing Judo Mixed Martial Arts Racquetball Riding Team Rock Climbing Roller Derby Roller Hockey Rugby Ultimate Frisbee Women’s Volleyball Wrestling

Contact Sport Club Graduate Assistant: slcarter3s@semo.edu (573) 651-2571

There are countless benefits to becoming a Sport Club member. Some include: Recreational: Physical and mental exercise benefit the body and mind. Social: Meet new and exciting people who share similar interests! Extracurricular: Get involved outside the classroom in a structured, sport-affiliated club! Leadership Development: Sport Clubs can’t survive without the passion and leadership of Southeast students!

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Challenge ////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Challenge Courses

The Southeast Challenge is an experiential education adventure, leading participants to make exciting discoveries about themselves and their role as team members. The Southeast Challenge facilitates team building with activities that call upon the participants to think, plan, take risks, trust, respect and support one another. The Southeast Challenge is also portable: Groups can meet at the Student Recreation Center or the Challenge staff can bring the challenge to you. Possible sites include: gymnasiums, corporate work sites, parks and classrooms Why take the Challenge? Groups who participate in the Challenge will benefit from an enriching workshop experience. For many, it can be an experience with lifelong impact. Outcomes include: -Improved individual and group awareness -Enhanced communication -Skill development in group decision-making and leadership -Appreciation and respect for differences within a group -Importance of evaluation and reflection -Better goal setting, planning and vision -Strengthened commitment to team goals -Sense of overall individual and group effectiveness Low Ropes Challenge Course University Affiliates Small Group Initiatives (2-hour minimum per event) Up to 15 people $50 per hour 16 - 49 people $75 per hour Large Group Initiatives (1 hour minimum per event) 50 - 100 people $100 per hour 100+ people Call

Non-University Affiliates Small Group Initiatives (2-hour minimum per event) Up to 15 people $75 per hour 16 - 49 people $100 per hour Large Group Initiatives (1 hour minimum per event) 50 - 100 people $125 per hour 100+ people Call

To schedule the Challenge or for additional information, please call Eric Redinger at (573) 651-2471 or eredinger@semo.edu

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Challenge ////////////////////////////// FALL 2010

Challenge Courses “Portable Fun” Traveling Teambuilding The Southeast Challenge is portable. Many on and off campus sites are appropriate learning locations. Campus sites include the University Center, Johnson Faculty Center, residence halls, fraternity and sorority houses, classrooms, outdoor spaces and, of course, inside the SRC-North and the SRC-South. Off campus groups may choose to meet at Southeast Missouri State University, or the Southeast Challenge staff can travel to another location. University Affiliates Small Group Initiatives (2-hour minimum per event) Up to 15 people $30 per hour 16 - 49 people $40 per hour Large Group Initiatives (1 hour minimum per event) 50 - 100 people $75 per hour 101 - 300 people $100 per hour 300+ Call

Non-University Affiliates Small Group Initiatives (2-hour minimum per event) Up to 15 people $50 per hour 16 - 49 people $60 per hour Large Group Initiatives (1 hour minimum per event) 50 - 100 people $90 per hour 101 - 300 people $125 per hour 300+ Call

To schedule the Challenge or for additional information, please call Eric Redinger at (573) 651-2471 or eredinger@semo.edu

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Facility Rental //////////////////////FALL 2010

Facility Rental

Did you know that on a daily basis you can rent most of the facilities, rooms or fields the Department of Recreation Services manages? We are a great locoation for a business meeting, party, late-nite event, school field trip or outing and much more. Rooms and locations available to rent are: Student Recreation Center-North -East Gym (All or Partial) -Indoor Track -Racquetball Courts (Five Total) -Multi-Purpose Room (Dividable into 2 rooms) -Climbing Wall -West Gym (All or Partial) -Weight Room/Fitness Room -Entire Facility -Conference Room -Dance Studio

Student Recreation Center-South -Gymnasium -Mat Room -Fitness Room Student Aquatic Center -Lap Pool -Leisure Pool -Multi-Purpose Room -Entire Facility

Outdoor Intramural Sports Complex -Sports Fields (With or Without Lights) -Pavilions (Three) -Low Ropes Course

Host your next party at the Student Aquatic Center!

Party times are available on a first-come, first-served basis on the following days: -Friday: 6 - 8 p.m. -Saturday & Sunday: 1 - 3 p.m., & 4 - 6 p.m. Some days may not be available due to special events, University breaks or scheduled maintenance. -Affiliated: $100/two hour max -Non-Affiliated: $120/two hour max Prices include facility rental, staffing fees and the use of the SAQ Multi-Purpose Room (SAQ 150) for the length of the party.


FALL REC GUIDE 2010

Southeast Missouri State University Department of Recreation Services One University Plaza, MS 7100 Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (573) 651-2105


Fall 2010 Rec Guide