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Throughout the year, we offer a variety of special fitness programs and events for different audiences and interests.
Fee-based Fitness Programs
These classes differ from our group exercise classes because you sign up for a four or five-week session and are guaranteed a spot in the class. The instructors are trained in the program and have the credentials to teach the specialty class. The instructors are professional and dedicated and will motivate you to reach your fitness goals and we offer multiple class times for each program to work with your schedule. These classes are guaranteed to keep your workouts fresh and your motivation high. No refunds after the first class.
This summer, we're offering TRX, SPARQ, Fitness Barre, and Compound Barbell. Our next session starts July 6.
Starting May 12th, you must be a Recreational Services Member to purchase and participant in specialty programs.
Special events from our fitness team include Zumba Parties, USA Weightlifting Certification courses, and Outdoor Yoga classes.
We offer workshops and instructional classes to introduce members to our facilities and equipment and teach new workout programs, skills, and techniques. Past workshops include Women and Weightlifting, Fitness demos, and programs for International students.
Rev for RAGBRAI
Training for RAGBRAI? Or just looking for a kick butt cycling class? Build up the fitness and form to have your best ride at REV! This series feature a wide variety of intervals and technique work designed to push your limits and take your cycling to the next level! Feel free to to come to each class or all three! Registration is free but we do ask that you sign up online. Please bring a towel and water bottle.
- Session 1: Sunday, July 2 from 6:00-7:30 pm at the Field House Cycle Studio
- Session 2: Sunday, July 9 from 6:00-7:30 pm at the Field House Cycle Studio
- Session 3: Saturday, July 15 from 7:00-8:30 am at the CRWC Main Entrance. We're taking it to the streets! Join us for a 20 mile training ride to Hills and back. Wheels down at 7 am from the main entrance of the CRWC. In addition to your bike, please bring a helmet, water bottle, wallet, and phone. We also recommend bringing a spare tube, tire repair kit, sunscreen, sunglasses, and cycling shorts. Our route will feature a combination of paved trails and lightly traveled, wide shouldered roads. Here's a preview.
This class is taught by David Heckelsmiller, former TriHawks president and Rec Services group fitness instructor.
Questions? Email Matt Stancel.