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Late Nite Olympics 

Campus Recreation has teamed up with Late Nite Binghamton to present the Late Nite Olympics, Binghamton-style! It's scheduled for Saturday, Feb.10 from 8 p.m. to midnight. We'll have healthy snacks, giveaways, fun craft activities, sporting events and a raffle. 

Late Nite Olympics events
  • Archery Tag*
  • Canoe Wars* in the pool
  • Log Rolling* in the pool
  • Indoor cycling with new lighting
  • Blacklight fitness classes (BODYPUMP, Zumba)
  • Olympic sports trivia
  • Predicted mile contest on treadmills in FitSpace
  • Tae Kwon Do board breaking contest
  • World Flag Pendant Crafts
If you compete in five of the events, you will be entered into a raffle! No pre-registration necessary. Just bring your University ID and come dressed ready to play!

*Links to YouTube video

Intramural Sports

There are still spaces available for our Billiards and Triples Bowling leagues. Register your team before Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 11:59 p.m.

Upcoming sports
  • 4v4 Dodgeball Tournament 
    • Registration starts Wednesday, Feb. 14
  • Indoor Soccer (Coed, Men's Rec)
    • Registration starts Wednesday, Feb. 28
  • Slow Pitch Softball (Coed, Competitive, Men's Rec)
    • Registration starts Wednesday, Feb. 28
Visit and select "Create Account" or "Login" using your Binghamton University email address. 


Wellness Specials 

National Wear Red Day
The first Friday in February is National Wear Red Day, which is part of American Heart Association's movement to end heart disease and stroke in women.

Support the cause by wearing red this Friday (Feb. 2) and get half off a chair massage! That's 10 minutes for only $5 or 15 minutes for $7.50. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are welcome based on availability.

It's the perfect time to treat your Valentine to a well-deserved massage in the Wellness Suite. From now through February 28, take $10 off your purchase of $50 or more. This means you can get an hour massage for only $50 after the coupon! 

The fine print: One coupon per customer per promotional period. Cannot be combined with other offers. Coupon must be redeemed at the Rec Center front desk at the time of purchase. Offer valid through Feb. 28, 2018. 

Outdoor Pursuits

What can you expect from Outdoor Pursuits in February? Think cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, s'mores and frozen waterfalls! Activities are filling up fast. Check out the Adventure Activities schedule with Outdoor Pursuits for more information.


You must register in person at the Outdoor Pursuits office, EG-10. Payment is required to hold your space in an activity. Transportation and most equipment are included.

Planning an outdoor adventure of your own? Students, faculty and staff can rent camping and backpacking gear from Outdoor Pursuits. Whether you need snowshoes, micro-spikes or backpacks, our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help.

The 12th Annual John McKenna IV Memorial 5K

You're invited to participate in the Binghamton Rowing Club's 12th Annual John McKenna IV Memorial 5K run, scheduled for March 24, 2018. This event honors John McKenna IV, a Binghamton University graduate who was killed in action during this third tour serving in Iraq as a United States Marine. 

Learn more about the race here. Early registration ends March 13!


More this month...

Log Rolling 101
First Aid Certification
Les Mills BODYPUMP Initial Training

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Featured class: Step & Sweat

It's not your mother's step aerobics class. You'll burn calories, sculpt your muscles and boost your metabolism by stepping to upbeat, pulse-pounding music. 

We caught up with Mariam, who teaches Step & Sweat as well as Booty Boot Camp, to learn more about the class and group fitness at Binghamton University. Challenge yourself to take a group fitness class with Mariam or any of our talented instructors this month!

My name is Mariam Ama Traore and I am senior majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. 

I am from the Bronx and my parents are from Mali in West Africa.

Why should I try Step & Sweat?
You should try Step & Sweat if you want a full body workout. We are a class of supportive, smiling, and strong people who are constantly challenging our bodies.

Why do you like being a group fitness instructor?
I love motivating people to challenge themselves. Step & Sweat is not only a fun, vibrant class, it's a class that gives you a push to push yourself

Any tips for group fitness newbies?
Just get your foot through the door. Group fitness classes are for everyone, no matter how long you have worked out. One class can change your life!



Work hard, play hard.

—The staff at Campus Rec

Last Updated: 2/7/18