Wildcat Workout Project

May 21, 2015

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Photo Courtesy: Lyin Schramm

Looking for a different fitness routine that can work with your schedule? 

With your crazy work and life schedule you find yourself stressed and loosing time for a good workout. Have you ever thought about working out in the morning or during your work lunch break? Some people have more time in the morning before to get a workout in. Others find it easier in the afternoon. 

The American Heart Association explains that it all depends on what works for you and the benefits that come along with gaining a workout regimen, such as a boost in mental wellness, reduced risk factors, prolonged optimal health, and more. 

“The best time of the day is when you will do it most consistently, because the benefits of physical activity are tightly linked to the amount you do on a consistent basis," Russell Pate, M.D., professor of exercise science.

Healthy UNH and UNH Athletics have teamed up to provide workout classes at different times during the day. They have created the Wildcat Workout Project (WWP), which are, group classes for UNH employees

The WWP classes target all different areas of fitness. There is a mix of cardio, strength training, core work and flexibility. These 45-60 minute classes will boast your heart rate and make you sweat! Each class has modifications so all fitness levels are welcome.


Check out the WWP schedule here.

See a video of what the program looks like in this video.  

See what other employees (Kathy, Sean, Sinthy & Sam) have to say about the WWP. 

Connect with the WWP on social media: 

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#WildcatWorkout       #WorkUNH 

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