Exercise classes for the fall semester have started up at the Fitness Center here on campus. Yoga and Entry Level Fitness are two programs being offered as a continuation of the fitness programs offered last year. These classes are open to anyone within the Wilson community and are free with a current Fitness Center membership.
The Yoga class, which is provided by Balance Yoga and Wellness Studio, is scheduled for Tuesdays at 12 p.m. and Thursdays at 5 p.m. The class is for anyone who is interested in yoga, and can accommodate a variety of experience levels. Whether someone is an experienced Yogi or has never stepped on a yoga mat before this class will be able to guide you through the practice. The fitness center has a limited amount of mats available for the class to be provided for attendees.
The Entry Level Fitness class, instructed by Over-Achieve Fitness, has classes on Tuesday at 7 p.m. and Friday at 11 a.m. The
program was set up this year in place of the Spartan Training that the Fitness Center provided in the past. The Entry Level Fitness and the Spartan Training are comparable in the fact that they both “utiliz[e] the body as resistance consisting of exercises such as burpees, TRX bands, squats, step jumps, etc.,” and the main difference is that there is a new instructor. Similar to the Yoga class, this program welcomes people of all fitness levels.
Both the Yoga and the Entry Level Fitness are free to the Wilson community as long as they have a current Fitness Center membership. No sign-ups are necessary
for these programs so that anyone can come take a class whenever they have the time to spare. These classes were brought to the Fitness Center due to the high interest in them by the community. For suggestions for new fitness program ideas, contact Lori Frey at email@example.com.