Wellness Activities and Classes

Free Activities

Fee-Based Programs

Fitness Gadgets 2014 Aqua Bootcamp
Plan for Performance Triathlon Swim Training
Meditation on the Move Pink Gloves Boxing (Level I)
Hiking and Yoga Pink Gloves Boxing (Level II)
  INSANITY®
  Yoga for Stress Release and Relaxation

 

Free Activities

Fitness Gadgets 2014

Jenna Domin, Program Coordinator
Wednesday, February 5
Noon - 1 p.m.
Rec Center, Room 18

Today's fitness gadgets can make your routine easier, faster and more productive. These small accessories and helpful apps can track your fitness progress, help you recover from workouts quicker, and simply make your time at the gym more fun!

This session will cover the latest fitness gadgets (such as Fitbit and Jawbone), as well as the hottest fitness apps on today's market. Whether you received a new toy over the holidays or you're interested in getting something to help you stick to your New Year's resolutions, this class will show you how to implement these gadgets into your new fitness routine. Bring your University ID card to enter the Rec Center.

Register at binghamton.edu/uctd; walk-in's welcome. 

 

Plan for Performance

Chris Griffin, Aquatics Coordinator
Wednesday, March 12
Noon - 1 p.m.
Rec Center, Pool

Enhance your fitness workouts with these easy and efficient tips for incorporating swimming into your weekly routine.  Learn how to determine your ideal training heart rate zone in the water, how to create workout sets to achieve your performance goals and more.

Come dressed to swim & bring your own towel. Bring your University ID card to enter the Rec Center.

Register at binghamton.edu/uctd; walk-in's welcome. 

Meditation on the Move

Patti Dowd, Program Coordinator
Wednesday, April 9
Noon - 1 p.m.

Qigong is the ancient Chinese practice of aligning breath, movement and awareness in order to cultivate and balance chi, or "intrinsic life energy".
Qigong practice involves rhythmic breathing coordinated with a slow repetition of fluid movements. Some consider Qigong an exercise, others a meditation.

Join us for a gentle hike and meditative session. Meet in front of Mohawk Hall.

Register at binghamton.edu/uctd; walk-in's welcome.

Hiking and Yoga

Patti Dowd, Program Coordinator
Wednesday, May 7
Noon - 1 p.m.

Experience a revitalizing blend of yoga and hiking as you explore the natural beauty of the Nature Preserve.

Bring a water bottle and yoga mat, if you would like. Wear sturdy shoes. Meet in front of Mohawk Hall.

Register at binghamton.edu/uctd; walk-in's welcome.

 

Fee-Based Specialty Wellness Programs

Aqua Bootcamp

A full description of Aqua Bootcamp is available on our Aquatic Fitness page.

 

Triathlon Swim Training

A full description of Triathlon Swim Training is available on our Aquatic Fitness page.

 

Pink Gloves Boxing (Level I)

Monday & Wednesday,
February 3 - April 9
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Rec Center, Room 106

Pink Gloves Boxing (PGB) is a unique fitness program for women. PGB was founded on the idea that everyone has a champion on the inside. The small fitness group working together will encourage personal goals, while empowering one another to reveal their inner champion. PGB combines conditioning and boxing drills with a tier system much like the black belt system in martial arts allowing for participants to level up as they progress. PGB is about building fitness, strength and confidence. Get sweaty fighting like a girl! Class sizes are limited; sign up early and be part of this amazing new fitness program. (No sparing or physical contact).

Register in person at the Rec Center Front Desk
$110 for 10 weeks (Includes equipment: gloves, wraps and manual)

 

Pink Gloves Boxing (Level II)

Monday & Wednesday,
February 3 - April 9
8:30 - 9:30 p.m.
Rec Center, Room 106

Pink Gloves Boxing (PGB) is a unique fitness program for women. PGB was founded on the idea that everyone has a champion on the inside. The small fitness group working together will encourage personal goals, while empowering one another to reveal their inner champion. PGB combines conditioning and boxing drills with a tier system much like the black belt system in martial arts allowing for participants to level up as they progress. PGB is about building fitness, strength and confidence. Get sweaty fighting like a girl! Class sizes are limited; sign up early and be part of this amazing new fitness program. (No sparing or physical contact). 

Register in person at the Rec Center Front Desk
$75 for 10 weeks (Includes equipment: wraps and manual)

 *Must have completed Pink Gloves Boxing Level 1 in order to register for Level 2.

 

INSANITY®

Tuesday & Thursday
February 4 - April 10
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Rec Center, FitSpace

You've seen the infomercials! It's now on campus!

INSANITY®, from Shaun T., is a cardio-based, total-body conditioning program. Workouts are packed with cardio and plyometric drills using intervals of strength, power, and resistance moves. The program also incorporates ab and core training techniques to help sculpt and tone the ultimate physique. No equipment or weights are used. Prepare to dig deep, sweat it out and get insane results in just 10 weeks! Please bring a water bottle to class sessions.

Register in person at the Rec Center Front Desk. Class size is limited.
$60 for 10 weeks
*Current fitness members receive a 20% discount.

 

Yoga for Stress Release and Relaxation - CANCELED

Tuesday
March 4 - April 8
5:30 - 7 p.m.
Rec Center, Room 24

This is a gentle stretch Yoga class for individuals of all levels – either those who are new to yoga or for those wanting a more relaxing experience. Various styles of yoga are incorporated into this class including: Kripalu, Chair, Somatics, Dru, and Viniyoga inspired, as well as an introduction to Level II yoga. Leave class feeling grounded and relaxed. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat.

Register in person at the Rec Center Front Desk
$45 for 6 weeks

 

Wellness Refund Policy

Campus Recreation will issue a refund for any wellness class cancelled due to low enrollment. Applications for refunds will only be accepted for documented medical conditions. Refunds may be prorated based on class attendance. Otherwise, no refunds will be issued.


Please Note:

  • In order to participate in a fee-based Wellness Program, participants must register in advance. No registrations will be taken at the time of the program, or at the program location.
  • Students, faculty, staff and Rec members MUST have a current University or Rec ID card to enter the Rec center. All others will be issued a card for facility entrance.
  • Programs are filled on a first come, first served basis. Most programs have a minimum and maximum occupancy. Programs that are popular fill up quickly. Please register early. Also, some programs have a registration date cut off. No one will be allowed to register after the cut off date.
  • No Day Passes are available for these programs.
  • Parking on campus requires a permit or use of a metered spot. Those without a parking permit will be issued a pass valid only during class times.
  • Individuals must register in person at the Rec Center Front Desk. Please call 777-PLAY for more information.

Last Updated: 3/17/14