February 6, 2019
Find Out What Group Exercises Classes the UNH Gym Has to Offer Students, Faculty, & Staff!
At the beginning of the semester, UNH Campus Recreation introduced a few new group exercise classes to go along with their already great classes. Previously existing classes include cycling, yoga, Pilates, bootcamp, and Zumba, just to name a few. New classes introduced include:
Beginner Weights – perfect for people who are new to weight training, or just want to build upon their skills.
Functional... Read More
April 11, 2018
Find out about the benefits Zumba has for your physical and mental health.
Zumba is a workout that incorporates fitness moves with dancing. This workout is known for being a fun exercise option that is great to do with friends. Zumba truly is the best of both worlds because not only is it fun and allows a time for you to be social, but it provides a great workout as well.
Some benefits of Zumba are:
Calorie & Fat Burning: Because Zumba includes a fast-paced environment that mixes fitness... Read More
March 28, 2018
Try Out The Hottest New Workout – Also Offered At The Hamel Rec Center!
If you haven’t heard about them yet, you’re bound to hear about them soon. Instagram,
Facebook and Twitter are all buzzing with the latest exercise trend – Spinning or Cycling classes. Cycling classes are typically 60 minutes in length and involve a cardio-centered, leg strengthening workout, all while being low impact. Taking a cycling class (preferably more than once per week) will:
Help with weight loss
Aid... Read More
September 19, 2017
Learn More About Group Exercise Classes At UNH.
College can be overwhelming, making it hard to find a balance between class, homework, social life and staying healthy. When trying to balance everything, health is usually the piece that is pushed aside. Luckily, UNH provides a way for you to mix fitness into your social life. The Hamel Recreation Center at UNH provides daily group exercise classes for students. These classes provide an opportunity for students to have a scheduled workout at the... Read More
May 24, 2017
Tips to Help You Achieve Your Fitness Goals
According to the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), healthy adults should be engaging in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity (or some combination of both) per week.
Luckily, here at UNH there are plenty of opportunities offered to students and staff to keep you active! Yet, many of us still run into the problem of finding motivation to workout, or keeping our workout motivation over... Read More
October 21, 2015
Incorporate Exercise Into Your Routine
As college students, we are constantly juggling our busy schedules. Classes, work, internships, socializing, and student clubs take up most of our days. We spend hours sitting in lectures, labs, and Dimond library, leading a pretty sedentary lifestyle.
Did you know that incorporating exercise into your routine can combat the negative effects of so much sitting? “It turns out that regular exercise, especially before academic efforts, can improve your... Read More
August 5, 2015
Don’t Settle For Boring Workouts! Zumba Is An Exercise Dance Party!
Are you looking for a fun and exciting workout? Well Zumba is the right choice for you! Zumba is an exercise program that consists of dance movements to rhythmic Latin and international music. This bumpin’ workout involves interval training of low and high intensity moves. Interval training can help you burn more calories and improve your aerobic capacity. Other than cardio, Zumba also includes balance and flexibility,... Read More
September 4, 2013
The first week of classes are done and the semester is about to kick into full gear. While seeing old friends, making new ones and studying for classes are all key parts of being at school, it is also important to remember to stay active. While gym memberships at home might cost upwards of $50 a month; here at UNH all students have access to the Hamel Rec Center. Aside from the cardio machines, weights, basketball courts, squash courts, and track, students also have the added benefit of full... Read More
December 10, 2012
to stay in shape. As college students, we are committed to our education and
clubs, and we want to spare some time for fun too. Even when we find the spare minutes to fit in
some physical activity, it’s incredibly easy to come up with any excuse not to
work out. It’s cold, it’s early, it’s
raining, my knee hurts… Well, you know. The list goes on. But what if your
workout was actually fun, and you were surrounded by your friends the whole
time? That’s one reason why group fitness... Read More