Rec Report

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Owen’s Condition for Tuition Finale banner

Each year thousands of students put in hard work at SRWC as a part of the Owen’s Condition for Tuition challenge—and as we approach the final laps of the semester, we get to celebrate those dedicated students at the finale!

Triathlon: Stationary and Blind banner

The triathlon is today’s fastest-growing sporting event, and now you get a chance to try it out on campus! For two consecutive Fridays this month, you will have the opportunity to swim, run and bike in a mini-triathlon!

Restorative Yoga banner

If you are active or engaged in strengthening styles of yoga, restorative yoga will provide necessary balance for you. It combines different poses, deep breathing and body awareness to form a delightfully relaxing medley of restoration.

Student Staff Spotlight banner

The facility, coworkers, atmosphere and even dress code—Andrew Graham loves every last bit of the SRWC. A second-year communication studies major and membership services representative, Andrew Graham joined the SRWC last semester and immediately fell in love with his new job.

Member Appreciation Week banner

If you are a member at the Student Recreation & Wellness Center (SRWC), we appreciate you and your continuous support of our facility and its program. In your honor, we’re hosting the first-ever Member Appreciation Week! Each day, May 1 through 5, will feature an activity, raffle prizes and three to four opportunity drawings—so don’t miss out!

Ask a Trainer banner

Boxing is not just about stepping into a ring and trying to make someone “go to sleep.” It has a wide range of implications—from high intensity interval training (HIIT) workouts to working with seniors. Boxing can increase your hand-eye coordination, strengthen your bone density to prevent osteoporosis in your later years, provide a great cardio workout and increase muscle endurance.

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