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Outdoor Pursuits

Adventure Activities
We have some fun adventure activities planned for the rest of the semester. Join us on our next hike, bike ride, or zipline experience! Register for any activity by visiting the Outdoor Pursuits office, EG-10. The Outdoor Pursuits office is open 11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Credit Classes (OUT)
Earn credit while learning how to hike, fly fish, canoe, kayak and more. Register for an Outdoor Pursuits credit course this fall semester and make nature your classroom.
  • Hiking (OUT 177)
  • Fly Fishing (OUT 176)
  • Bicycling (OUT 250)
  • Canoeing (OUT 251)
  • Kayaking (OUT 252
  • Disc Golf (OUT 121)
  • Backcountry Medicine (OUT 255)
All participants must register in person in the Outdoor Pursuits office, EG-10. Call the office at (607) 777-6414 with any questions.

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Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard or Water Safety Instructor (WSI)? Get certified right here on campus. Sign up online for classes starting in June.

Get certified or renew your certification with Campus Recreation and the American Red Cross. We're offering CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Healthcare Providers this semester. Register at the Front Desk of the Recreation Center, East Gym.

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Wellness Suite

April is National Stress Awareness Month. It is an important time to become aware of how stress affects you and how small changes can add up to make a big impact on how you feel.

Massage therapy is one example of a great stress-relieving resource available on campus. In honor of National Stress Awareness Month, you will receive a bonus of 10 free minutes added to your service when you purchase a 60- or 90-minute massage in the Wellness Suite. Just mention this special offer when scheduling your appointment.

Please call (607) 777-3515 or visit the Wellness Suite online for more information about prices and services.

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Open Log Rolling

Log rolling has been added to the aquatics open recreation schedule! Try your balance on the log from 3 – 5 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Have any questions about using the log? Our friendly lifeguards are available to help.

register teamSummer Leagues

Are you Bing-bound this summer? Have some fun in our slow-pitch softball, sand volleyball, bowling or cornhole summer intramural leagues! The Binghamton Bearcat Summer Leagues are open to undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, staff and community members. Register your team online today

Featured class: R.I.P.P.E.D.®

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Meet senior Rhoda Karagiannis. She teaches R.I.P.P.E.D., an exercise format that combines Resistance, Interval, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance, core and Diet. 

Challenge yourself to try R.I.P.P.E.D. with Rhoda or any of our talented instructors this month! Fitness members get access to unlimited group fitness classes at the Rec Center. We offer over 100 classes every week!

My name is Rhoda Karagiannis and I am senior studying Finance and Management Information Systems (MIS). 

I am from the Astoria, Queens. 

Why should I try R.I.P.P.E.D.?
It’s a full body workout that you can do in one hour! You can adjust it to fit your fitness level, so whether you're new to fitness or a pro gym rat, you’ll get a great workout.

Why do you like being a group fitness instructor?
Health and fitness are my biggest passions, so I love being able to share that on a larger scale. I also enjoy teaching people how to exercise effectively and safely.

Any tips for group fitness newbies?
Don’t be shy or embarrassed to go all out! Everyone in the class is there for the same reason and focused on their own workout. If you have any questions, ask your instructor after class. We are more than happy to speak with you. 

Last Updated: 4/17/18