Get Fit from the Whitt

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Are you tired of doing the same mundane things to stay in shape? Are running, cycling and hitting the weight room becoming a little less exciting every time you do them? If that is the case then you’re in luck! While many students have utilized ALL that the Whittemore Center has to offer, but many surprisingly have not. The fact is that the Whitt has SO much more than simply Racquetball courts, Basketball courts, an indoor track and a weight room. The Whitt offers a whole variety of fitness classes taught by skilled professionals, Monday through Sunday. More importantly these classes are FREE for all students! To name a few, there are classes like “Tighter Assets” which focuses on lower body exercises, “Basic Boot Camp/Cycle & Stretch” which takes participants through plyometric exercises and Cycling routines and “Water Fitness” which focuses on low impact resistance exercises for the entire body (this class actually takes place in the indoor pool up at the field house).  There are many other classes to partake in. It simply matters on which exercise class fits into your daily schedule. Some classes last for as long as an hour and a half and some are as short as 30 minutes. The opportunities are limitless. That being said, why not learn new dance moves from “Zumba/Hoops & Stretch” class or perhaps learn to give a proper hook and uppercut via “Cardio Boxing & Strength” class. Staying in shape should be a facet in your life that brings you happiness and empowerment. So end the ordinary and start something exciting by getting fit at the Whitt!

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