Sunday, June 2, 9:00am - 5:00pm in the Fitness & Recreation Center
Become a certified instructor on the TRX Suspension Training System. You will learn how to properly perform over 70 Suspension Training exercises, using proper cues and adjustments for all fitness levels. More details on the course can be found on TRX's website. Registration is limited and online only. Call (406) 243-2833 for more information.
A workout unlike anything you've experience, this group fitness class is for everyone! TRX Suspension Training is comprised of hundreds of body weighted exercises that are easily modified for your personal fitness level simply by adjusting foot stance. TRX will challenge and improve your strength, power, endurance, mobility, durability, balance, flexibility, and core stability. Participants can register for Continuing TRX and TRX BasiX classes on a monthly basis. For best results, Campus Rec Fitness Staff recommends you attend class twice a week. Consistency = Results!
A Campus Recreation Personal Trainer will come to your department to present to any interested faculty or staff, a FREE 30-45 minute lecture/interactive workshop on a health and/or fitness topic. Email email@example.com or call 243-4095 for more information or to schedule a presentation for your department.
MUS employees, retirees and spouses who are covered on the MUS health insurance plan are eligible to participate in programs offered by MUS Wellness. Preventative health screenings, healthy lifestyle education, and disease prevention / management programs are just a few areas covered by your MUS Wellness program. A great resource for nutrition and activity information is available at www.montanamovesandmeals.com, and their Facebook page is full of events, tips, and motivation to stay healthy and active.
Visit the FRC front desk or call 243-2833 for an appointment. Appointments are available on Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm.
Struggling with aches and pains? Book an appointment today for a 20 minute consult with a physical therapist from UM's PT clinic.
Campus Recreation encourages all users to participate in an orientation to ensure a safe workout. Our fitness staff will introduce and explain proper use of all cardio and weight equipment. Sign up for an orientation at the FRC front desk.
A personal trainer will offer basic exercise guidance and suggestions based on your current fitness level and health/fitness goals. Sign up at the FRC front desk.
Skin-fold techniques used to measure an individual's percent body fat. Sign-up at the FRC front desk.