Rowing is no longer simply a competitive outdoor sport—it’s an easily accessible, full-body workout offered as a class at the SRWC! Open to students of all fitness and skill levels, the rowing class offers opportunities to learn healthy rowing form, proper ergometer usage and a high intensity exercise.
When Pilates meets weights, you get Pilates Sculpt!
“The Pilates Sculpt class is basically like a Pilates mat class – just with weights and one circuit,” says Pilates sculpt class instructor Allison Anderson. “Your traditional Pilates mat class may include a circle and flex band, but mine adds weights to sculpt and tone your body.”
Stress is more prevalent than ever, but lucky us the SRWC is offering an opportunity to relieve it: restorative yoga! Restorative yoga is a class that offers excellent opportunities for tension-removal, meditation, stress-reduction and overall promotion of wellness.
High Intensity Training (HIT) was highly practiced in the 1970s, and remains to be one of the best, yet controversial fitness workouts in America. The inventor of HIT, Arthur Jones’ general philosophy was “…train harder, but train briefer” or “…train harder, but train less often.”