SPH Activate: Spring 2017 Schedule

School of Public Health faculty, graduate students and staff are invited to participate in free 45-minute exercise classes offered throughout the week. Classes begin Tuesday, January 24, 2017. We regret that we cannot allow non-SPH faculty/staff or graduate students to participate in the classes.

 

Class Schedule (All classes will be held in SPH room 0128)

 

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00 am       Yoga Flow  
12:00pm 20 for 20 Yoga Flow The Mix

Cardio Kickboxing

The Mix

3:30pm 

  Zumba®      
4:00pm  Foam Roller         

Class Descriptions:

Zumba® (taught by Allison Howl) - “Take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check. Super fun? Check and check.” All fitness levels welcome! 

The Mix (taught by Andrea Romeo- Want to sweat? This class will be a combination of high intensity interval training (HIIT), Tabata style, and boot camp style classes. Combinations of aerobic exercises, body weight exercises and resistance training. All fitness levels welcome! Modifications can be made to all activities to accommodate your fitness levels.

Yoga Flow (taught by Sam Allen and Anne Contee): Hit the pause button during your busy day to relax, stretch, and strengthen. Class is ideal for beginner yoga practitioners desiring to learn some yoga fundamentals. All fitness levels welcome!

Cardio Kickboxing (taught by Jessica Hunter): Punch and kick your stress away! This high-energy workout combines boxing and martial arts moves to challenge the cardiovascular system, muscle strength, and endurance. 

Foam Roller (taught by Jessica Hunter) Roll away your muscle sores! Foam rollers (and other tools) allow you to use your bodyweight to perform a type of massage called self-myofascial release. This technique can be used on any part of the body to release trigger points and alleviate muscle pain and tightness. Foam rolling also helps with recovery after intense exercise and improves range of motion. This class will teach you how to use the foam roller (and other tools) to release tension from head to toe.

20 for 20 (taught by Julie Brice) This 45-minute class (20 minutes of abs and 20 minutes of lower body exercises) incorporates body weight exercises to completely strengthen and tone both the core and lower body.