Effective Monday, January 4, 2021
Mondays - 5:15pm - Virtual BarreFit
Mondays - 7:00pm - Virtual Yoga (Starts Monday, January 11, 2021)
Tuesdays - 5:15pm - Virtual Yoga (Starts Tuesday, January 19, 2021)
Tuesdays - 6:30pm - Virtual Zumba (Starts Tuesday, January 19, 2021)
Wednesday - 5:15pm - Virtual Yoga (Starts Wednesday, January 20, 2021)
Wednesdays - 6:30pm - Virtual Bootcamp
Thursdays - 6:30pm - Dance Fitness
This class is a hybrid workout class, combining ballet-inspired moves with elements of Pilates, dance, yoga and strength training. Most classes incorporate a ballet barre and use classic dance moves such as plies, alongside static stretches. Barre also focuses on high reps of small range movements.
Come to class ready to work! By using many exercises that mimic everyday movements and sports specific motions your cardiovascular system will be challeneged in a fun and fast paced environment.
A strength-based class utilizing a variation of barbell movements and body weight exercises programmed to increase your strength, power, and load threshold, all while getting your heart rate up and making you sweat.
This is an intense aerobic workout on a stationary bike, the RealRyder®. This bike moves more like a real bike, from side to side for cornering. Open to beginners up to advanced riders, of all fitness levels, come join us for a high-energy workout. Bringi your water bottle. If this is your first ti me, please come 15 minutes early so that instructor can help set the proper height for you.
The class starts with a warm up, moves into an aerobic segment, includes cool down, and finishes with stretches. All movements are done in shallow water.
You must be enrolled in the OLLI program in order to take this class.
Increase flexibility, muscle endurance and relieve stress by taking part in this popular class. Bringing your own mat to the class is recommended, as there are only a limited number of mats available.
If you're bored with the "same old thing" in your workout, then join this party! This fitness craze will get you MOVING! Moves are based on Latin dance and music, including cumbia, merengue, salsa, mambo, reggaeton, flamenco, and rumba. Zumba utilizes principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize calorie output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps.
Your decision to acquire a personal trainer is one of the best investments you can make for yourself. Regular exercise is a major self-care strategy. A Personal Trainer will assist you design an exercise program and realistic fitness goals that are right for you. This can empower you to make lifestyle changes which will ultimately enhance the quality of your life.
A Personal Trainer will make sure that you exercise appropriately which will reduce the potential for injury as a result of a lack of knowledge. You will learn how to safely and effectively execute a specific exercises and how use exercise equipment. You will gain tremendous confidence and your adherence to exercise will be enhanced as a result of keeping your appointments with your personal trainer.
If you exercise regularly already, a personal trainer can help you refine and make appropriate changes to your existing training program. A Personal Trainer is committed to making the most of your training program and helping you develop a complete and comprehensive exercise plan.
Do I have to be a member of ISU Student Recreation Center to have a Personal Trainer?
No, personal training services are open to anyone 18 years and older. Non-members may only use the building while working with their trainer. It is recommended you purchase a $2 parking pass each day you have a session, as you may be ticketed between 7:30am and 5:00pm.
Can I select my own Personal Trainer?
Yes, you may as long as the Personal Trainer is employed by the ISU Campus Recreation personal training program and their schedule can accommodate yours.
When and where do I train?
Training Sessions will be held at the ISU Student Recreation Center. Trainers will try to schedule sessions when they are convenient for you.
How long are the Personal Training sessions?
The training sessions are 30 minutes in length and may be combined for a one-hour session.
What will I receive during a training session?
This ultimately depends upon the outcome of your consultation appointment with a personal trainer. The personal trainer will want to discuss with you what your specific needs and goals may be. This will be the basis to determine how many session(s) may be necessary to achieve your designated goals.
Small Group Training
Your decision to do small group training is one of the best investments you can make for yourself. Regular exercise is a major self-care strategy. Small group training allows a group of individuals to train together for a common goal while receiving individual attention. A trainer will assist you and your group in designing an exercise program. Whether your group is training for a team run, fitness challenge, to improve health, or just wants to workout with friends; small group training is a fun and safe way to exercise.
Groups benefit because the cost per person is lower than the cost of training one on one with a trainer. The trainer will design exercises appropriate for each member of the group. You will gain tremendous confidence and your adherence to exercise will be enhanced as a result of attending all sessions with your group.
Do we have to be members of ISU Student Recreation Center to have Small Group Training?
Every individual in the group using the small group training services must be a SRC member.
Can we select our Small Group Trainer?
Yes, you may as long as the Personal Trainer is employed by the ISU Campus Recreation personal training program and their schedule can accommodate the group.
How long are the Small Group Training sessions?
The training sessions are one hour in length, they can NOT be set up in 30-minute increments. Trainers will schedule sessions according to the group’s availability.
What if everyone in our group is at a different level of exercise?
The trainers have experience working with a variety of levels of fitness and will design appropriate exercises for everyone in the group.
What happens if I do not attend a group session?
You forfeit that session. There are no make-up sessions nor can you transfer your session to someone else. There are no refunds.
Can I have a small group training session if other people in my group don’t show up at the designated time?
Yes, you will always have a training session regardless if everyone in your group is in attendance.
Women & Weights
Registration should be done at the membership services desk in the Student Recreation Center.
On behalf of the SRC Staff, we congratulate you upon your decision to complete the InBody Body Composition Analysis.
In order to produce the most accurate results, it is necessary for you to complete and adhere to the following protocol prior to completing the scheduled body composition analysis.
Prior to testing:
- Hydrate well the day before
- Do not drink caffeine on the day of your test
- Do not eat 3-4 hours prior to testing
- Do not exercise 6-12 hours prior to testing
- Do not take the InBody Test after a shower or sauna
- Do not consume alcohol for 24 hours prior to testing
- Ensure access to both feet with removable footwear (no socks or pantyhose)
- Avoid using lotion on hands or feet
- For females, avoid testing if you are menstruating
- Individuals with pacemakers or other electronic medical devices should NOT take the InBody Test
- The InBody test is not recommended for pregnant females
- Remove all jewelry
- Measure after standing for at least 5 minutes
- Warm up yourself for 20 minutes before a test performed in the winter
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