2017 Spring Fintess Programs!
To assist you in reaching your health and fitness goals, the University of Winnipeg Duckworth Centre offers a wide variety of specialty Fitness Classes including
- Cardio Classes
- Student and Staff Circuit Training
- Healthy Living for Older Adults
- Muscle Conditioning
- Zumba and more!
Membership to the Duckworth Centre is not required to register for these programs.
Fitness Program Schedule
UW Spring Fitness Class Schedule April/May 2017
Monday - Mimi's BOOT CAMP 12:05-12:50
Tuesday - YOGA 11:30 - 12:30 pm or 12:45 - 1:45 pm (10 participants max)
Wednesday - ZUMBA with Genny 12:05-12:50 pm
Thursday - YOGA 11:30 - 12:30 pm or 12:45 - 1:45 pm (10 participants max)
Friday - BOSU BODY with Mimi 12:05-12:50 pm
*All classes will take place in the DC Fitness Studio *You must register for the 11:30 or 12:45 times slot
*Spring session will run for 8 weeks April 3rd-May 31st *Classes will be cancelled Good Friday and Victoria Day
*Registraiton: $114.00 (plus GST) * Yoga Only $70.00 (plus GST)
STAFF FITNESS CIRCUIT
Current physical activity guidelines indicate that everyone should be getting a minimum of 150 minutes/week of moderate to vigorous physical activity. In order to promote physical activity on campus we have developed a Student, Faculty and Staff fitness program.
Exercise Science students interested in physical activity promotion and health & fitness training have designed a 45-50 minute training circuit for Students, Faculty and Staff. The effort provided both experiential learning for students and an inexpensive opportunity for physical activity.
For additional information please contact: Gerren McDonald (CSEP-CEP) at firstname.lastname@example.org | 204.789.1408
For registration please visit the Duckworth Centre Customer Service Desk (400 Spence Street)
W.O.W (Women's only Workout) (12 Weeks)
Taking a break for the Summer see you in the fall!
HEALTHY LIVING FOR OLDER ADULTS
Multi Purpose Room - Rec Plex
Mondays 10:30-12:00 pm
Term Pass $90.00
Will be back in the Fall 2017!
This class develops important aspects of physical fitness, such as balance, strength, endurance and coordination. These areas help maintain physical function and independence. It is taught in a group setting and is suitable for a wide range of abilities.