*Cycling & Yoga/Pilates class passes are included in a student membership* Fall 2018 Group Exercise Schedule August 27 – December 16 (Click image for full schedule pdf …
Purchase a Group Exercise Pass in person at any recreation facility or in the IM-Rec Sports Business Office, located in the Aquatic & Fitness Center, or by phone at 434-924-3791. To participate in Group Exercise, you must be a student or IM-Rec Sports member .
The MINDBODY app is the easiest way to find and make a reservation to your favorite Group Exercise class. You can also manage your schedule with a calendar syncing feature, read class and instructor ratings and even track your progress and link it to your Fitbit.
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Home » Fitness/Wellness » Group Exercise A Latin-inspired dance-fitness session that incorporates Latin and international music with dance moves. The routines feature interval style training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that keep you moving to the beat!
Take one of Cara’s group exercise classes! She is by far the best group leader at the SRSC!! She is by far the best group leader at the SRSC!! Jacqueline B October 18, 2012
The group exercise program offers a variety of classes each semester. There is no additional cost for these classes. Printable FALL group exercise schedule is HERE. FALL SCHEDULE STARTS SUNDAY, August 19th!
As an IU student, you have access to state-of-the-art fitness, athletic, and recreation facilities. The Student Recreational and Sports Center (SRSC) and Intramural Center offer everything you could want, whether you’re a committed athlete or a casual fitness enthusiast.
Student Recreational Sports Center 812.855.7772 1601 Law Lane, Bloomington, IN 47408: Intramural Center 812.855.5222 1025 E. 7th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
Saturday morning, I walked into the doors of the SRSC for the first time since college started. Awful, I know. I’ve never been one to exercise regularly other than walking around campus – and walking around campus could be a debatable form of exercise.