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Rec News

Recreation & Sports Services

Fall 2015


Director’s cORNER William M. Healey Director, Recreation & Sports Services

Welcome back to Fall! We are excited you’re here and having join our many programs. As you view the newsletter, you’ll read the Intramural Sports team is gearing up for volleyball and flag football leagues. The Fitness Center has new equipment and Fitness Monitors will teach you how to use it. Group Fitness Instructors are offering over 40 classes each week and can modify movements to meet your comfort level. Climbing instructors are friendly and eager to help you challenge yourself on the wall or bouldering. Our first Outdoor Adventures trips a no-skills tubing trip to literally get your feet wet. The Aquatic Center team can teach you to swim, become a better fitness lap swimmer, or just enjoy the hot tub or 1M and 3M diving boards. Have a favorite sport? We probably have a sport club that you’d be interested in. If not, we can assist you in forming one. Also, don’t forget to grab a Yellow Bike to get to class or cycle around campus. A little sweat never hurt any of us. We are a very co-ed area, and you do not have to be in great shape to get started-we’ll teach you how to get there. Be friends with us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Vine, and YouTube.

See you at Beach Bash!


Table of Contents 02 HLS Hours & Membership Fees 03 Fusion 04 Aquatics 06 Intramural Sports 07 Intramural Sports Schedule 08 Outdoor Adventures 10 Sport Clubs 12 Fitness Incentive Programs 14 Fitness Paid Program 15 Group Fitness Schedule 16 Class Descriptions 17 Class Descriptions 18 Employment Opportunities 19 Contact Info


HLS FACILITY HOURS & MEMBERSHIP FEES UWF ALUMNI

Membership Household Member

month/ semester/ annual $35/ $100/ $250 $35/ $100/ $250

Free HLS Facility access to current UWF Students, Staff, and Faculty members with Nautilus card.

NORMAL HOURS OF OPERATION: UWF STUDENT Household Member Not Enrolled

$25/ $75/ N/A $25/ $75/ N/A

ADITIONAL CLASSIFICATION UWF Retiree $0/ $0/ $0 Household Member of $25/ $75/ $185 Faculty/ Staff/ Retiree FSU Medical Student $25/ $75/ N/A Leisure Learning Society $40/ $125/ N/A

M-R Fri Sat Sun

6am - 10pm 6am - 7pm 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm

BREAK/ HOLIDAY HOURS:

M-F Sat Sun

12pm - 8pm 10am - 6pm 12pm - 6pm

CLIMBING WALL HOURS: *Fusion payment available

M-T Fri

3pm - 8pm 3pm - 7pm

BREAK HOUR DAYS: Aug 19 Sept 7 Nov 11 Nov 25

(12pm - 10pm) (12pm - 10pm) (12pm - 10pm) (Close at 8pm)

November 26-28 (closed) December 14 - January 3 (closed)

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http://uwf.edu/offices/recreation-and-sports-services/facilities/annual-hls-facility-schedule/


Fusion: online payment now available CHECK OUT OUR OFFERINGS You can use our new online system, without entering a user name and password, to BROWSE through our course offerings and schedules and when you are ready to sign up, just click on the SIGN IN link and you will easily navigate your way through the system and on to a healthier you.

SAFE AND SECURE We continue to work hard to develop a safe and secure system, and we are confident that you’ll find that purchasing your recreation activities online from a home, office or library computer is easy, fast and convenient. If you have any questions or concerns, please email recreation@uwf.edu.

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Browse our offering activities

You can browse offering activities by category or search quickly for offering activities by entering keywords or an offering activity code.

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Register Online Registering online is easy. Add the offerings activities you want to purchase to your cart. Continue shopping for additional offering activities, or proceed to Checkout.

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Check out Complete your purchases: Complete credit card and billing information. Print the confirmation page for your records.

FURTHER ASSISTANCE If you have questions about the online registration process, please call the HLS Facility Customer Service Desk during regular business hours at 850-474-2580. * Recreation and Sports Services Accepts Visa, Mastercard, and American Express

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https://recreation.uwf.edu


Aquatics 2015 AMERICAN RED CROSS WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR (WSI)

2015 AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING

$185

25 1/3 hours

The WSI course is a blended learning format, with both online and classroom components. The American Red Cross requires all new WSIs to complete the American Red Cross Online Instructor Registration and Orientation. In order to participate in the WSI course, participants must complete the online instructor registration and orientation, prior to the first class date. ARC requires $35.00 online instructor registration fee. Offered Spring 2016

$160 (includes electronic text)

FREE SWIM LESSONS FOR UWF STUDENTS Wednesdays 12 noon- 1 pm September 16 October 14 November 11

HIGH DIVE EXPERIENCE Jan 8, 2016 Join us in the diving well at the Aquatic Center (Bldg. 73) to jump or dive from the 3-meter diving board.

FALL HOURS Recreational Swim Mon-Thur: 12-3:45pm & 5-6pm Fri: 12-3:45pm, 5-6:30pm Saturday: 1-6pm Sunday: 2-6pm Adult Lap Swim Mon-Thur: 6-8:30pm

The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level lifeguard participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to provide care for breathing and cardiac emergencies, injuries and sudden illnesses until emergency medical services (EMS) personnel take over. Offered Spring 2016

LOG ROLLING CLINICS Fridays 12 noon - 1 pm September 18 October 16 November 13

H2GO! AQUA CYCLE H2GO! Is UWF Aquatic Center’s newest water exercise class! Aqua Cycling or Aqua Spinning takes advantage of the many benefits of the aquatic environment. Similar elements of “dry spin” such as cardio benefits and mood boosting are incorporated into this water workout. Interval sprints and in and out of saddle riding are easier on the joints in the water. However, water offers 12 times the resistance of air! Aqua shoes are highly recommended.

POOL STATISTICS Olympic size: 25yds X 50m Volume: 625,000gal of Water Regulated temp: 82 degrees F Pool depth: 4’2” to 14’8” Diving boards: 1m and 3m spring boards Whirlpool: 9 person maximum Dry Sauna: 6 person maximum

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http://uwf.edu/offices/recreation-and-sports-services/aquatics/


intramural sports Sign up at IMLeagues.com Open to Students, Staff, and Faculty. Sign up as a team or free agent.

SPORTS

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Spikeball Volleyball Tennis Disc Golf Basketball Ultimate Frisbee Flag Football Table Tennis Log Rolling Indoor Soccer

http://uwf.edu/offices/recreation-and-sports-services/intramural-sports/


intramural sports schedule Sport

Registration Dates

Captain’s Meeting

Dates of Play

Play off Draw

Playoffs Begin

Introduction to Spikeball

None, drop in participation

None

Aug 25 & Aug 27 11 am- 2 pm Cannon Greens

None

None

Spikeball Tournament

Aug 24 - Sept 2

On Site

Sept 2 at 7 pm

None

Sept 2

Preseason Volleyball

Aug 24 - Sept 2

On Site

Sept 3

None

None

Volleyball

Aug 24 - Sept 2

Sept 3 at 5:30 pm Room 211

Sept 8 - 28

Sept 29 at 5:30 pm Room 211

Sept 30

Tennis

Aug 24 - Sept 2

Via Email

Sept 8 -28

None

Sept 28

Disc Golf Scramble

Aug 24 - Sept 16

On Site

Sept 17 at 3pm

None

Sept 17

3v3 Basketball Tournament

Sept 21 - Oct 7

On Site

Oct 12 - 15

None

Oct 12

Ultimate Frisbee Tournament

Sept 21 - Oct 7

On Site

Oct 12 -15

None

Oct 12

Preseason Flag Football

Sept 21 - Oct 14

On Site

Oct 15

None

None

Flag Football

Sept 21 - Oct 14

Oct 15 at 5:30 pm Room 211

Oct 19 - Nov 10

Nov 12 at 5:30 pm Room 211

Nov 16

Table Tennis Tournament

Oct 12 - Nov 11

On Site

Nov 16 & Nov 18

None

Nov 16

None

None

Log Rolling Clinics - Hosted by UWF Aquatics

On Site

None

Noon on Sept 18, Oct 16, & Nov 13

Log Rolling Competition

Oct 12 - Nov 13

On Site

Nov 13 at 1 pm

None

Nov 13

Indoor Soccer Tournament

Nov 2 - 24

On Site

Nov 30 - Dec 3

None

Nov 30


outdoor adventures

SCHEDULE

Tubing Aug. 29: Kick off the semester right with a leisurely float down the Coldwater River. Transportation, tubes, coolers for lunches, and guides are provided. Bring sun protection, a bag lunch, a change of clothes, and water. Cost: $15.00 Paddle Boarding Sept. 12: SUP with us! Join Outdoor Adventures for a day of Stand Up Paddle Boarding on beautiful Pensacola Beach. Transportation, Paddle Boards, PFDs, coolers for lunches, and guides are provided. Bring sun protection, a bag lunch, a change of clothes, and water. Cost: $35.00 Canoe Day Trip Sept. 19: Learn basic paddling strokes as you leisurely paddle down the Blackwater River and relax on sand beaches. Outdoor Adventures provides transportation, canoes, instruction and coolers for your pack lunch. Bring sun protection, a bag lunch, a change of clothes, and water. Cost: $20.00 Full Moon/ Lunar Eclipse Hike Sept. 28: Face the eerie splendor of a full moon hike along several miles of trails through UWF woods. You dress for the weather, bring water, snacks, and a flashlight, while Outdoor Adventures provides guides. Cost: $5.00 Florida Caverns/ Sink Hole Oct. 10: Explore the only state park in Florida to offer public cave tours, spotting formations of limestone stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, flowstones, and draperies. As an added bonus we will stop by Falling Water State Park and see a Florida sinkhole. Outdoor Adventures provides transportation and entrance to the park. Pack a lunch for a picnic after the tour. Cost: $20.00 Horseback Riding Oct.24: Ride a majestic beast along a tranquil lake setting. Outdoor Adventures will provide transportation. Wear pants and closed-toed shoes. Cost: $40.00 Halloween Hike Oct. 29: UWF will host goblins, ghosts, games, and spooktacular fun on the family-friendly twilight hike at the boardwalk, followed by a scarier night-hike into the woods using only glow sticks for light! All ages welcome for a night of fun scares. Bring closed-toed shoes and courage. Cost: Free Hang Gliding Nov. 7-8: Fly high on an adventure in the skies above beautiful Lookout Mountain. Learn to fly just off the ground down a small hill, then fly tandem with a professional instructor to 1,800 feet! Outdoor Adventures will be providing transportation and all camping gear. Cost: $300.00 Overnight Canoe Trip Nov. 21-22: Try backcountry camping on a sand bar after a paddle down the Blackwater River, relaxing under the night sky with a campfire to roast marshmallows. Outdoor Adventures provides transportation, all necessary gear, food, and instruction for this beginner camping trip. Cost: 40.00 Pcola Rockola Nov. 29: The competition will feature top roping; climbers will compete by gender in Recreational and Open Climber Divisions. For more information please email us at outdooradventure@uwf.edu Cost: $5 entry fee or $10 w/ a shirt

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Outdoor Adventures (OA) provides outdoor trip experiences and skills training to members of the UWF community. Join us for fun and excitement in spectacular and natural settings. All programs are open to beginners, no experience necessary, so come out & try something new.

(850) 474-2580

Saturday Sailing Every Saturday 11am-3pm Pensacola Yacht Club No experience necessary, Recreation on Facebook at UWF Sailing.

http://uwf.edu/offices/recreation-and-sports-services/outdoor-adventures/


Sport clubs CURRENT SPORT CLUBS:

THE SPORT CLUB PROGRAM

Argo Swing Dance Fencing Handball Jiu-jitsu Paintball Pura Sabrosura Quidditch Men’s Rugby Women’s Rugby Running Sailing SCUBA Shotokan Karate Surfing Ultimate Frisbee Wakeboard / Waterski

Offers participants a wide range of recreational, instructional or competitive teams to bridge the gap between Intramural Sports and Intercollegiate Athletics. Those participants with similar interests are given the opportunity to work together on a team in an organized recreational activity. Teams are then offered the chance to practice and compete at a specialized level.

ALL TEAMS ARE MANAGED BY STUDENTS. Under the direction of the graduate assistants of competitive sports in Recreation & Sport Services, clubs are given the opportunity to shape their own unique atmosphere. Membership for any sport club is open to all current University of West Florida students. Each club welcomes new members and there are no try-outs.

Learn more about UWF Sport Clubs. Contact the presidents to see how you can get involved. uwf.edu/sportclubs

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http://uwf.edu/offices/recreation-and-sports-services/sport-clubs/sport/clubs-information/


Fitness Incentive Programs BOTH FALL & SPRING HEALTHY ARGO Become a Healthy Argo member by participating in any of the Group Fitness classes offered at the UWF. We offer a wide variety of group fitness classes for any type Argo. These classes are instructed by passionate and motivating individuals who aim to assist you in your healthy style goals. Achieve your greatness. 1. Voyager – Participation in 25 Group Fitness classes, prize dry fit t-shirt 2. Hero - Participation in 50 Group Fitness classes, prize free PT session 3. Legend- Participation in 75 Group Fitness classes, prize 10$ off a massage with Molly Warren

ARGO FIT ArgoFit is a semester-long incentive program. It is designed to keep individuals motivated in having a consistent workout schedule, with at least three to four workouts per week. Sign up at the lower fitness center desk and collect a logbook to keep track of your progress. After each workout in the fitness center, both in upper or lower fitness, have a fitness monitor date and initial your logbook.

ARGO WEIGHT CLUB The Argo Weight Club is a semester long incentive program designed to keep you motivated to increase your strength. You may try out for the Argo Weight Club at any time throughout the semester. All you have to do is inform an on-duty Fitness Monitor that you would like to try out for the Argo Weight Club. Weight club classification is determined by the total maximum weight lifted in Bench Press, Deadlift and Squat. The classifications include: a 400, 800 and 1200 lb. club. If you qualify for a classification, you will receive a free t-shirt.

THE TOUGHEST ARGO Physical performance can be measured in many ways: raw physical strength, unrelenting endurance, and explosive power. The greatest athletes embody all of these characteristics. If you think you have what it takes to be named the “Toughest Argo” join the competition and test your fortitude! Participants will be required to complete a minimum of: 500 track-able miles (treadmill, bike, elliptical, rower), 10 Workouts of the Week, and 50 ArgoFit workouts.

THE MILES HIGH CLUB Become part of a new fitness tradition here at the HLS Facility. The Miles High Club allows patrons to test their bodies and push them to the limit. After each cardio workout, log your miles and have a Fitness Monitor sign off. Miles may be completed using any machine that tracks mileage; treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, stair steppers, rowers and arc trainers may be used.

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FALL 2015 GROUP FITNESS SHOWCASE September 8th, 2015 Commons Auditorium 11:00-2:00pm Registration Opens Aug. 19th Join us for our first annual Group Fitness Showcase. Come dressed ready to experience all of what the UWF group fitness has to offer, learn about our incentive programs, as well as get a face to face interaction with all of our fitness instructors. Don’t miss your opportunity to be a part of a healthy argo community.

CHANGE IT IN PINK Oct 1-31 Group fitness instructors and the community come together to raise money for a local Breast Cancer Foundation. Get involved by participating in any group fitness class. By participating, you are eligible for raffles entries and prizes. During the month of October, Group Fitness instructors will also be running a table that will be located in the rec center to collect any spare change or dollars. Come give your “two cents” and support a great cause.

PENSACOLA TO TALLY Sept 1-30 Test your cardiovascular endurance with this challenging cardio based incentive program. Complete the 190 mile route to our state capitol using a treadmill or bike. Log miles and have a Fitness Monitor sign off.

UWF IRONMAN Nov 1-30 In celebration of the Panama City Ironman this November, try our take on the ironman and complete the 2.4 mile swim using the rowers (3862.34 meters), 112 mile bike, 26.2 mile run. This incentive program will put your overall fitness to the test.

RAISE THE DEAD Oct 1-31 In the spirit of Halloween, contestants will test their physical and mental limits by performing deadlifts for as many repetitions as possible. Each week, the weight will progress as follows: Week 1: 95 (Female)/ 185 (Male) Week 2: 115 (Female)/ 225 (Male) Week 3: 135 (Female)/ 275 (Male) Week 4: 155 (Female)/ 315 (Male) The scoring will be based upon repetitions performed and body weight using the following formula: (Repetitions x Weight Lifted)/Bodyweight

STRENGTH OF ATLAS Sept 1-30 During the Titanomachy, the war between the Titans and the Olympian gods, Atlas and his brother Menoetius sided with the Titans. Ultimately losing, Zeus condemned him to eternally stand on the western side of Gaea (the earth) holding Uranus (the sky) on his shoulders. Test your fortitude with “The Strength of Atlas” Contestants will select a weight of their choice and perform lunges in place, stepping forward until their knee touches the ground a yoga mat may be used to protect the knees from the floor, alternating legs for as many repetitions as possible. This incentive program will take place in lower fitness using the military press benches. Scores will be determined by the following formula: (Repetitions performed x Weight Selected)/Body Weight.

UWF STRONGMAN COMPETITION Nov 14 11am-3pm Nov 21 11am-3 pm Test your strength in the UWF Strongman Open and see just how far you can push yourself. If you want to test your endurance and your strength then this crucible of raw human power is for you! Wrist straps only are allowed for this event.

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Fitness paid Programs ACE PERSONAL TRAINING $125 for students $199 for community Thursdays, Sept 10 - Dec 3 from 6-9:00 pm in Bldg 72 Room 209. Registration begins Aug 19. Description: Preparation course to get you ready to take the national ACE Personal Training certification. All material is provided for the students on eLearning. ACE Certification Exam Personal training is one of the fastest growing professions in the health and fitness industry. The American Council on Exercise’s (ACE) Personal Trainer Curriculum allows individuals to obtain a nationally recognized, NCCA-accredited fitness certification. The ACE Personal Curriculum course provides the in and out of class lectures and study materials. The course is 13 weeks and includes one 90 minute lecture and on one day each week. The University of West Florida is set up with ACE to host the computer based certification exam. You may register online and sign up for the exam of your choice at http://www.acefitness.org/students/. ACE curriculum students must register a student account first in order to receive a discount.

ACE GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTOR TRAINING $125 for students, $175 for community Tuesdays, Sept 8- Nov 10 from 6:30-8:00pm in Bldg 72 Room 212. Studio days: Tuesday Sept 22, Oct 6 and 27, and Nov 3. Group fitness instructors are in a perfect position to inspire and motivate others to change their health and fitness-related behaviors through classes designed to bring a spirit of creativity and uniqueness to group fitness. This fitness certification demonstrates your understanding of anatomy, kinesiology, exercise physiology and instructional techniques including class design, cueing and injury prevention. The ACEÂŽ Group Fitness Instructor Certification is designed for fitness professionals teaching any form of exercise in a group setting. Passing the ACE Group Fitness Instructor Certification Exam demonstrates you possess the foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to teach a safe and effective group fitness class, no matter what type of modality. You also bring your personal passion and enthusiasm for group exercise to everyone you help in their quest to reach their personal health and fitness goals. The ACE G.F.I.T. Curriculum course provides the in and out of class lectures, study materials, and the registration fee to sit for the ACE Group Fitness Instructor Certification. The course is 10 weeks and includes one 90 minute lecture on one day each week.

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Group Fitness schedule Monday Early Morning 8-11am

11am-12pm

12-1:30pm

1:30-4pm

Cycle Molly 6:30-7:45 am Blue Starting Sept. 28 Cycle 60 Steph 8-9 am Blue Rock Hard Abs John 11-11:30 am

Blue

Yoga Dana 11:45-12:45 am Blue Crunch Time Liz 1-1:30 pm Blue Aqua Cycle H2GO Molly 1:30-2:30 pm Aquatics Center

5-6pm 5-6pm

Yoga Adam 5:30-6:30 pm Blue

Tuesday

Body Sculpt Claire 9:30-10:30 am Blue Rock Hard Abs John 11-11:30 am Blue

Piyo Molly 12:45-1:45 pm Green Turbo Kick Karla 2-3 pm Green Insanity Connor 4:00-4:30 pm Blue Core Cycle Claire 5-6 pm Blue Yoga Jennifer 5:30-6:30 pm Blue

Wednesday Cycle Molly 6:30-7:45 am Blue Starting Sept. 28 Cycle 60 Steph 8-9 am Blue Rock Hard Abs John 11-11:30 am Blue Self-Defense Charlie 12-1 am Pedagogy Yoga Dana 11:45-12:45 am Blue Crunch Time Liz 1-1:30 pm Blue Aqua Cycle H2GO Molly 1:30-2:30 pm Aquatics Center Plyoga Molly 4:15-5:15 pm Blue Yoga Dana 5:30-6:30 pm Blue

Starting Sept. 15

6-7pm

Evening

Insanity Connor 6-6:30 pm Green

Boot Camp Chris 6-7 pm Pedagogy

Boot Camp Chris 7:00-8:00 pm Pedagogy

Ju-Jitsu Charlie 7:30-8:30 pm Blue

Insanity Connor 6-6:30 pm Green Hardcore Connor 6:40-7:10 pm Green Boot Camp Chris 7:00-8:00 pm Pedagogy Just Dance Yanisa 7:30-8:30 pm Blue

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Body Sculpt Claire 9:30-10:30 am Blue Rock Hard Abs John 11-11:30 am Blue

Insane Cycle Jennifer 11:30-12:45 am Blue

Yoga Jennifer 11-12 am Blue

Starting Sept. 15

Piyo Molly 12:45-1:45 pm Green Turbo Kick Karla 2-3 pm Green Insanity Connor 4:00-4:30 pm Blue Core Cycle Claire 5-6 pm Blue Yoga Jennifer 6:15-7:15 am Blue Starting Sept. 15 Get Low Kardio Sloane 5:30-6:30 pm Green Boot Camp Chris 6-7 pm Pedagogy

Ju-Jitsu Charlie 7:30-8:30 pm Blue

Ju-Jitsu Charlie 12-1 pm Teaching Gym


Class Descriptions Aqua Cycle (Levels 1-3): A cycling experience in 4’ of water that harmoniously pairs the challenge of high-intensity cardio and full-body toning with the natural healing properties of water. The pressure of water speeds up blood circulation, making your body a lean fat-burning machine.

Body Sculpt (Levels 1-3): In this class you will build and sculpt muscles, strengthen your core, improve your strength and your flexibility! Utilizing HIIT cardio between strength exercises is a sure fire way to get you the best workout for burning fat and building muscle all at once.

Boot Camp (Levels 2-3): Will be a combination of tabata, power, resistance, and ab circuit training. It is suitable for the beginner as well as the advanced. This class will be an fun filled class that will really whip you into shape. Also, no two classes will be the same, so it will never be boring or repetitive! If you’re ready to challenge your body, have fun, and meet more motivational people like yourself then stop by for an amazing workout!

Core Cycle (Levels 1-3): A combination of spin, abs, and strength - giving you a total body workout that ensures you burn calories and build muscle every class. Simple, effective, and you control the intensity. It’s up to you to find and push your limits, so come to Core Cycle and show you what you got!

Crunch Time Cardio (Levels 1-3): This class is short and sweet. It’s a high energy class that uses body weight, weight lifting, and cardio exercises to make sure you get the best workout in the shortest amount of time. We all have busy schedules, and we know time is valuable. Crunch time cardio is a time sensitive class that get the job done so you can get back to your busy lifestyle.

Cycle 60 (Levels 1-3): Start your day off right with an hour of pure cardio, set to upbeat and motivating music. Get Low Kardio (Levels 1-3): Set to hip-hop songs, Get Low Kardio is a sexy, high-intensity cardiovascular workout helps you sculpt a lean dancer’s body and improve your coordination. It’s like dancing in a club with your friends, but with no regrets! All fitness levels welcomed. Created and taught by Sloane Cox, a former Zumba instructor who has a B.A. in Dance.

Hardcore (Levels 1-3): Are you ready to tone that body? Work your core like never before in HardCORE where we will push you to your limit with a quick pace and exciting workout. Exercises designed to strengthen the abdominal muscles and lower back will be done in order to improve posture, balance, and overall quality of life. To accomplish these goals, equipment ranging from medicine balls to BOSU balls will be implemented so that you never plateau and can keep seeing results!

Insane Cycle (Levels 2-3): This is a high-intensity cycle class with guaranteed results. You’ll be challenged, burn a ton of calories, and have a great time!

Insanity (Levels 2-3): Prepare for a great workout that does a series of plyometric, strength, and agility exercises in order to EXCEL in your fitness goals. Insanity uses MAX interval training to increase cardiovascular fitness and burn carbohydrates and fat more efficiently.

Jiu-jitsu (Level 1-3): Keep safe, have fun, learn martial arts, and get in physical shape while staying within your comfort zone. Learn skills that will serve you a lifetime. A great sport, which can be, applied in everyday life situations.

Just Dance (Levels 1-3): Keep safe, have fun, learn martial arts, and get in physical shape while staying within your comfort zone. Learn skills that will serve you a lifetime. A great sport, which can be, applied in everyday life situations.

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For those who are familiar with Group Fitness or exercise programs and have experience.

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For those who are currently active in Group Fitness or exercise programs.

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Class Descriptions Plyoga Fitness (Level 1-3): Combines the quick and explosive movements of Plyometrics (agility and stamina) with the docile and static movements of Yoga (focus and flexibility). It allows you to move in and out of your fat burning and anaerobic zone. PLYOGA FITNESS will allow you to meet and exceed your fitness goals faster than you thought possible using yoga as active recovery. PLYOGA FITNESS is for every one of all fitness levels! PLYOGA FITNESS works as a catalyst to merge participants with a “YES I CAN” attitude! PLYOGA FITNESS is proof YOUR BODY IS POWER!

Piyo (Levels 1-3): A choreographic hybrid, athletic workout, which combines Pilates, yoga, sport stretches and strength training, and dynamic movement. A fun and rewarding full-body workout that will keep you constantly moving.

Rock Hard Abs (Levels 1-3): This class offers innovative exercises designed to strengthen the abdominal, oblique, and lower back muscles. It is an ideal addition to another class, or can be taken alone.

Self-Defense (Levels 1-3): Learn to protect yourself in an interactive way at this lunch time self-defense class. Turbo Kick (Levels 1-3): Learn to protect yourself in an interactive way at this lunch time self-defense class. Yoga with Adam (Levels 1-3): Cultivate concentration, boost blood flow, and forge flexibility with logical posture sequencing, mindfully taught at varying speeds for each participant’s personal level of practice. All levels are welcome. Yoga with Dano (Levels 1-3): An open level yoga practice focusing on core strength and flexibility. Build balance as you work towards mental clarity with this high-energy class. All fitness levels welcomed.

Yoga with John (Levels 1-3): This class is geared toward the new and improving yogi’s. It offers many variations of poses, focusing on improving strength, flexibility, and balance. Level 1: For those who are new to Group Fitness programs and/or exercise programs. Level 2: For those who are familiar with Group Fitness programs and have some experience with exercise programs Level 3: for those who are active in Group Fitness programs and are currently involved in an exercise program. For more information, please contact (850) 474-2815, or talk with a Group Fitness Instructor.

GROUP FITNESS RULES

CLASSES CANCELED ON:

All classes are held in the blue studio unless otherwise indicated. Minimum of 2 participants must be dressed and on time for each class or class will be canceled. Must be on-time for class. Latecomers will not be allowed in the class.

November 26-28

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For those who are beginners to Group Fitness or exercise programs.

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For more information, please contact (850) 474-2815, Liz Hedrich

For those who are familiar with Group Fitness or exercise programs and have experience.

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For those who are currently active in Group Fitness or exercise programs.

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Employment opportunities ACCOUNTING

arobinson1@uwf.edu Accounting Intern

AQUATICS

nquina@uwf.edu Lifeguard Water Safety Instructor

FACILITIES

mpittman1@uwf.edu Facility Attendant

FITNESS/WELLNESS

jjohnson@uwf.edu Fitness Center Monitor Personal Trainer

INTRAMURAL SPORTS

jcoleman@uwf.edu Supervisor Official

MARKETING

adahlstrom@uwf.edu Marketing Intern Graphic Design Intern Communication Intern

OUTDOOR ADVENTURES

sboren@uwf.edu Climbing Wall Instructor Trip Leader Sailing Instructor

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cONTACT INFO HLS Facility Customer Service Desk

474-2580

Aquatic Center/Swim Lessons Nancy Quina

474-2497 nquina@uwf.edu

HLS Facility Reservations/Rentals Mary Pittman

474-2587 mpittman1@uwf.edu

Fitness/Wellnes Jennifer Johnson

Intramural Sports/Sports Clubs Jessica Coleman

474-2814 jjohnson@uwf.edu

474-2486 jcoleman@uwf.edu

Marketing 474-2860 Annina Dahlstrom adahlstrom@uwf.edu

Outdoor Adventures Dr. Shaun Boren

(850) 474-2580

474-2819 sboren@uwf.edu

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Pursuant to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, any person requiring special accommodations are requested to advise UWF by contacting the UWF ADA Compliance Office at (850) 474-2694 or (850) 857-6114 (TTY) at least 48 hours prior to the event.

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