Fitness Classes: Fall 2014
Introducing the URec Fit Pass!
Beginning Fall 2014, the UDM Fitness Center will be offering the URec Fit Pass for Premium Fitness Classes.
For $25 per semester, you will have the opportunity to attend unlimited Yoga and Zumba classes. Without the URec Fit Pass, each Zumba and Yoga class requires a $2 drop-in fee. With at least 20 of each class offered per semester, you will be saving over $50! For more information, call 313-993-1783 or stop by the front desk!
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*Requires URec Fit Pass or $2 Drop-In Fee
Power Hour - First come, first serve fitness in the first floor fitness room. This class is instructor free, following instructions from today's hottest DVD fitness programs. Choose from Shawn T's Hip Hop Abs, Jillian Michael's Yoga, or bring your own!
Abs - A medium to high intensity fat burning ab workout meant to sculpt and strengthen your midsection. Don't miss out on a member favorite from one of our up and coming fitness instructors, Brandon.
Yoga - Jim teaches a class designed to give students the experience of yoga as a journey. Using breath, posture, and movement, there is an opportunity to explore our bodies and minds using that deeper breath as a guide. Practice in this environment is full of playfulness, and even laughter, but it also affords a time for quiet inner reflection.
Kettlebell Fitness - A high intensity aerobic workout using kettlebells to build strength and endurance. Susan keeps up the pace with uptempo moves that will make you feel the burn!
Zumba - The perfect combination of multiple styles of dance to help melt away the pounds, while having a lot of fun dancing to today's best dancing music. Come party and get in shape with Patti Dukes.
Kickboxing - Self defense techniques, combat striking, and cardio circuits mix together to burn serious fat.
Cardio Bootcamp - A total body workout that focuses on building endurance and strength with High Intensity Interval Training.
Biggest Loser Bootcamp - The "Last Chance Workout" for (but not limited to) the UDM Biggest Loser contestants, taking new approaches in a "Back To Basics" style training program.