Sports Training courses
*All Small Group Personal Training Classes are free and open to all Rec Sports Members. You must be a member to participate.
Kettlebell Resistance Training Level 1 (Beginner)
Mondays: 5-6 p.m., October 19 – November 16: RPAC B20
Discover how one single kettlebell can help develop your strength and power as well as your cardiovascular endurance. Learn and master training techniques on a weekly basis! The Level 1 course is designed for those who are unfamiliar with Kettlebell training and techniques. There is a minimum of 5 registrants per class, and space is limited to 12 per class. The class meets in RPAC Multipurpose Room 1 (B20).
Kettlebell Resistance Training Level 2 (Advanced)
Wednesdays and Fridays: 7-8 a.m., October 21 – November 25 : RPAC B20
Ready to take your Kettlebell training up a notch? The Level 2 course is designed for those who have completed the Rec Sports Level 1 course in the past, or have prior experience in Kettlebell training. This course will incorporate all the main exercises and techniques in a high intensity circuit based class. Get ready to sweat! There is a minimum of 5 registrants per class, and space is limited to 12 per class. The class meets in RPAC Multipurpose Room 1 (B20).
FreeMotion® Resistance Training
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 7:30-8:15 a.m., October 20 – November 24 : RPAC Fitness Floor
FreeMotion® circuit classes are designed to challenge your strength and endurance with different exercises each week. Participants will work through a 14-station circuit on cable-style FreeMotion® equipment and learn more than 36 different exercises. There is a minimum of 5 registrants per class and is limited to 12 members per class. The class meets on the far east side of the RPAC Fitness Floor in the FreeMotion® equipment room.
Intro to Olympic Weightlifting
Tuesdays: 5-6 p.m., October 20 – November 24 : JON Court #2
Learn the basic fundamentals of Olympic Weightlifting with Rec Sports Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists and Personal Trainers. Through this 6 week course participants will learn the
clean, snatch, and jerk. All participants receive a free pair of EliteFTS wrist straps for attending the course.
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