Of the many wellness programs offered at Rec Sports and Wellness, let’s start with Group X.
Group Fitness classes are aerobic routines put to music so that individuals can be active together. Classes are varied and work on all parts of the body. Participants can choose from Body Blast, Zumba, Water Zumba, Abs and Back, Tai Chi, Yoga, Cycling, Capoeira, Luv ru Legs or Silver Sneakers. There’s truly something for everyone in Group X.
All classes are taught upstairs in rooms 225 or 228. Print this schedule or pick one up at the Control Desk. Remember to come in earlier in the day of your chosen, or at least one hour prior to class to get your Group X pass. Class size is limited so you will need a pass.
Let’s move on to Massage!
Recreational Sports and Wellness believes that therapeutic massage serves as a positive adjunct to the person’s will to actively participate in health and wellness activities.
Of the many benefits of a massage, both depression management and chronic pain reduction have been heavily researched. Massage is a fundamental part of your health. Expect your massage to be customized to your individual needs. Recreational Sports and Wellness’ Massage Services offers two comprehensive choices:
Pure Swedish. A Swedish massage uses five styles of long, flowing strokes to massage. Swedish massage has shown to be helpful in reducing pain, joint stiffness, and improving function in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee over a period of eight weeks.
Pure Deep Tissue. Deep tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia. This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles. Deep tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity (such as athletes), and patients who have sustained physical injury. It is not uncommon for receivers of deep tissue massage to have their pain replaced with a new muscle ache for a day or two. Deep tissue work varies greatly.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call Megan Mast at (985) 549-5728 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now let’s talk about Personal Training and why you might want to hire a personal trainer.
Personal training is one to one or small group instruction that incorporates goal setting and health education into challenging training sessions specifically designed for your individual needs. A personal trainer is there to instruct you on proper lifting technique on a variety of exercised and at the same time motivate you to achieve your fitness goals.
You will want to hire a personal trainer if you:
- You want a personalized workout that will be challenging and time efficient based on your individual fitness goals
- You need someone who can provide you with health and fitness information to put you on the right track.
- You need someone to motivate you and/or give you proper exercise instructions while at the same time making your exercise program fun!
- Your current fitness routine is not providing you with results and you need a new program that will get you the results you want.
- You’re training for a specific event and want to enhance your performance.
|Friends of Alumni||$2.00|
Session With a Personal Trainer
|1 Session||3 Sessions||5 Sessions||10 Sessions|
|6-30 min ses||10-30 min ses||20-30 min ses|
|Friends of Alumni||$30.00||$85.00||$140.00||$270.00|
Personal Training Monthly Packages
|Lion Package 1 month 4-1 hr workouts per week||Roomie Package 3 months 4-1 hr workouts per week|
|All other Pennington Members||$240||$640|
Wellness Program Fees
Refer to description below sheet for details
|Friends of Alumni||$100.00|
NEW! Quick Test
|Friends of Alumni||$10.00|
A Fitness Assessment includes the following:
- Blood Pressure (pre and post)
- Resting Heart Rate (pre and post)
- Body Mass Index
- Waist Hip Ratio
- Body Composition
- Circumference Measurements
- Aerobic Fitness Assessment
- Flexibility Assessment
- Muscular Strength
- Exercise Prescription
- 1 Session w/ Personal Trainer
A Quick Test includes the following:
- Blood Pressure
- Resting Heart Rate
- Heigh / Weight
- Skin Fold Analysis for Body fat Percentage
The Recreational Sports and Wellness Department can certify Southeastern students to be personal trainers and group fitness instructors.
For more information, call Megan Mast at (985) 549-5728.