Wildcat Workout Project
Healthy UNH and UNH Athletics present the Wildcat Workout Project
Back by popular demand...the Wildcat Workout Project returns for the Spring 2015 semester.
Monday, January 5th and running through Friday, May 8th, UNH Employees (and dependents 18 and older) can take advantage of group fitness classes led by coaches and fitness professionals from UNH Athletics. This pilot program is a series of 45-60 minute classes that will raise your heart rate, make you sweat, and still get you back to your desk on time. Shower facilities are available in the Field House (but bring your own towel and toiletries). No equipment is necessary. Wear weather-appropriate, exercise clothes and sneakers, bring your Healthy UNH water bottle, and be ready to work!
Classes will be instructed by Craig Edwards, a Strength Coach at UNH Athletics. Additional instructors will join the team in the fall.
UNH Employees of all fitness levels are welcome!
Exercises and drills can be modified so everyone can participate.
Who? UNH Employees (and their dependents, ages 18 and up)
What? Group Fitness Classes - a mix of cardio, strength training, core work, and flexibility training
When? Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 6:30am; Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon. No need to sign up, just show up!
***There are no classes over the Holiday. Classes resume on Monday, January 5th, 2015.
Where? The Field House (M/W/F classes will meet at the Jerry Azumah Strength Center, T/R classes will meet at the Sweet Oval, otherwise known as the Indoor Track)
Why? It's an opportunity to try something new...and it's fun! And healthy! And free!
Still have questions? Want to offer some feedback? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Each participant must complete a liability waiver prior to participating in his/her first class. The form can be downloaded here and completed prior to class. Instructors will also have copies on hand during classes. Participants must also sign in for each class.**
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