Group Exercise Classes

Group Exercise Class options for summer 2020 will include videos from the Campus Rec YouTube page. In person classes are not available this summer. 

For free workouts, search and subscribe MSNU Campus Rec on YouTube.

Below are a sample of videos from the MNSU Campus Rec Group Exercise Workouts Playlist.

For more free workout videos, search and subscribe MSNU Campus Rec on YouTube.

FALL 2020 Registration, Schedule, and description TBD

Classes are free for all current students and Otto Recreation Center members.

Note: Registration may be required for fall 2020

 

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
9am TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD x x
4pm TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD x x
5pm TBD TBD TBD TBD x x x
6pm x x x x x x x
7pm x x x x x x x
8pm TBD TBD TBD TBD x x TBD

Note: No classes on recognized national holidays

 

Class Description

ABBS focuses on strengthening your Abdominals, Back, Butt and Stretching.

  • Class length TBD

Flexibility is a practice of range of motion, balance, and active flexibility exercises at your own pace, to enhance your mind body connection. Stretch your muscles in a safe and effective way

  • Class length TBD

HIIT - High Intensity Interval Training is cardio training that involves cycles of high intensity bursts and low to moderate intensity recovery. Class may include core training, intervals of strength training, and tabata class formats.

  • Class length TBD

Latin Dance is an energetic workout that uses Latin music, interval of fast and slow rhythms with easy-to-learn Zumba like dance moves to burn some serious calories. No dance experience necessary

  • Class length TBD

Shred Your Body is a high intensity and endurance-based workout. Utilizing a popular 3-2-1 interval and circuit format. Complete four circuits of 3 minutes of strength, 2 minutes of cardio and 1 minute of core. Class includes a brief warm up and cool down.

  • Class length TBD

TBS - Total Body Strength uses Body Sport Pump Weight Bars, body bars, dumbbells, resistance bands and your own body weight for a resistance training workout targeting all major muscle groups.

  • Class length TBD

Yoga begins with a few rounds of Surya Namaskar (Sun Salutations) to warm up the body. The focus will be to practice balance and alignment in the execution of poses while aiming to develop body awareness while holding poses as well as being mindful of the transitions between poses.

  • Class length TBD

Vinyasa Yoga focuses on balance and flexibility through a dynamic, flowing practice. Practice encourages the use of breath-synchronized movement to create internal heat in the body while practicing poses.

  • Class length TBD