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Group Fitness Information and Class Descriptions


 

Prior Injuries or Special Considerations

If you have any special considerations or prior injuries, please inform your instructor before class. This will better assist us in providing proper attention or modifications.

The Warm-Up

For your safety and fitness benefit, it is important that you attend the warm-up at the beginning of each class. If you miss this portion of the class, we will expect you to have a proper warm-up and ask that you please enter quietly and considerately.

The Cool-Down

If you absolutely must leave class early, please know that for your own protection, your heart rate should come down gradually. Also make sure you stretch all major muscle groups as this is an essential part of your fitness and helps to reduce the risk of injuries.

Intensity

Most of our classes are taught to accommodate most skill levels during a class unless otherwise noted. Intensity and quantity of a given class is determined by each individual member. You can vary each class intensity by changing the size of weight you use (if class requires weight equipment) or by performing the modifications your instructor may recommend.

Questions/Concerns

Talk to your instructor if you have any questions, concerns or ideas about any class. Your feedback is important to ensure proper programming. If you have any other questions feel free to contact Ms. Sylvia Quinn, Associate Director at sylvia.quinn@tamiu.edu or Juan Perez, Strength and Conditioning Specialist (Fitness), at juang.perez@tamiu.edu.

Finally

HAVE FUN!!! Allow yourself to let go and enjoy your experience in each class. We are here to provide you with a safe, effective & FUN workout! ENJOY!

 

Fitness Class Descriptions

TBC (Total Body Conditioning): (For beginners, intermediate).   The class combines resistance and cardiovascular training in order to improve our endurance, strength, and overall fitness level.  We know that changes don’t happen overnight, so commitment is a key element. Are you ready for the transformation? Manny Gonzalez

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TBC-Alpha (Total Body Conditioning): (For intermediate, and advanced).    The class combines resistance and cardiovascular training in order to improve our endurance, strength, and overall fitness level. Leslie is committed to giving you an intense 50 minute challenge. Leslie Garcia

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PiYo™: is the perfect blend of Pilates/Yoga, sports stretch, dance stretch, athletics and more. This is a stretch workout for those who want more than just flexibility; they want to burn calories and build muscle! This dynamic fusion workout is easy on the joints, yet delivers strength, balance, agility and flexibility in one unique calorie burning workout.  San Juanita Perez, Dana Crabtree

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Cycling: Love cycling? Come jam out with Frank Rotnofsky for this 50 minute cycle routine that will blast stress and fat away.  The cadence (RPM's) is light to medium resistance aerobic zone exercise.  The workout emphasizes: cardiovascular training and calorie/ fat burn.

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 Zumba/ Zumba Toning®: An exciting, Latin inspired, dance 'n tone program. This is the original dance-fitness class taken to the next level. Zumba Toning is an innovative muscle training program with the addition of light weights. Created to emphasize muscles work along with rhythms, this combination of cardio and dynamic resistive exercises is an effective us of progressive light weight training to improve overall performance. Cindy Gallardo, Alexis Garza

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Core Invasion: This class is guerilla warfare on body fat. This cardio/toning fitness workout that engages the abs non-stop and wages war on belly fat! Don’t put up with fat, wage war on it! Luis Lobo

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Stability Ball Fitness: Are you looking for a low impact way to sculpt you abs, back and legs? Stability Ball Fitness is the perfect tool for tight abs, toned legs, firm buns
and improved posture.  The stability ball provides a challenging, energizing and fun workout for all fitness levels.  Your body will respondto the instability of the ball to remain balanced, engaging many more muscles,mainly core body muscles. Special equipment for the class includes a Stabilityball, dumbbells, and a mat. Laura Perez

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Reach & Flex: Participants will build strength, flexibility and concentration while cleansing the body and calming the mind. You can expect a great cardiovascular and strength building workout combined with breath work. Osiris Escamilla

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Yo! Get Fit: This class is designed for beginners through intermediate students.In This is a great class for students looking for a more gentle experience, those who are new to mind and body or those who need a change of pace, yet still have the option to take it to the next level. Also the perfect class for students with injuries or limitations. Hannah Frey

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 Tank Tops & Muscle Shirt Fitness:  This class brings the fun in toning the upper body muscles: Abs, Arms, back, and chest. Fred Juarez

Hips & More: Come work on leg strengthening, toning, stability, and balance! Glutes will become firmer and will be able to generate more power after this class. Be ready for a great lower body workout! Fred Juarez

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 Shred it Fitness: A mix of cardio and toning exercises set up to improve all areas of fitness! Araceli

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