Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Educational Opportunities offered by Fitness Services with University Recreation. We provide interactive learning opportunities throughout the year. Whether you are interested in becoming a group exercise instructor, personal trainer, or interested in expanding your fitness knowledge, we have a variety of courses that will strengthen your understanding of fitness and wellness.

To register online, please visit the UREC Shop.  If registering in person, visit the Membership Office during their hours of operation. You will be contacted via email to discuss any details pertaining to the class before the first class meeting.

If you are interested in employment with University Recreation’s Fitness Services you will need to complete the training specific to your area of employment interest.  For example, if you would like to teach cardio or strength classes, you will need to complete The Student Instructor Training Course.  Employment is contingent upon completion of training; however, employment is not guaranteed.

 

Summer 2019 Offerings

Foam Rolling – Principles and Practice

Learn the fundamentals of myofascia, review the latest self-myofascial release  (SMR)  research,  and dive into the  TriggerPoint  SMR movement philosophy using the GRID  foam  roller.  Walk away with practical knowledge and hands-on experience coaching and cueing movements that can be scaled for all client levels. Registration includes TriggerPoint  Foam  Rolling:  Principles  &  Practices  Manual,  GRID  Foam  Roller, and  Certificate.

Program Information

Date:              June 22

Location:         Student Recreation Center

Time:            9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Registration Information

All registration must be done through the Trigger Point website. 

Multi-Tool Mobility: Advanced Self-Myofascial Release Techniques

8 hours An expansion to our Level 1, Foam Rolling: Principles and Practices course, learn the foundational concepts and methods of foam rolling on a variety of mobility tools across fifteen areas of the body and 29 different releases. Discover the why behind the effectiveness of foam rolling and how to know which tool works best for your client based on integrated movement assessments.

Program Information

Date:              June 23

Location:         Student Recreation Center

Time:            9 a.m.

Registration Information

All registration must be done through the Trigger Point website.