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Swinney Recreation Center

TRX Circuit Training
Agility & Strength
Yoga
Zumba®
Boot Camp
Turbo Kick
Group X
Kinesis
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Important Information

Before you take advantage of any of the exciting recreational and fitness activities at the Swinney Recreation Center, we strongly urge you to consult your physician regarding your ability and preparedness to participate in the various activities offered. The University assumes that users of the center have verified their health/fitness with their personal physicians and that they assume their own risk in participating.

Fitness Class Schedule: March 10 - May 2, 2014
(Second 7-Week Spring Session)

No Classes Spring Break - March 24th - 29th, 2014

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday






Group "X"
(12:00 p.m.)

Group "X"
(12:00 p.m.)
Weekend Yoga
(10:30 a.m.)
Yoga
(12:30 p.m.)

Kinesis**

(12:30 p.m.)

Yoga
(12:30 p.m.)

Kinesis**

(12:30 p.m.)


Kinesis**
(1:00 p.m.)

Kinesis**
(1:00 p.m.)


Zumba®
(5:00 p.m.)

Kinesis**

(5:15 p.m.)

Zumba®
(5:00 p.m.)

Kinesis**

(5:15 p.m.)


Boot Camp
(6:00 p.m.)

Boot Camp
(6:00 p.m.)


SRC Spring Group Fitness Fees:

Allows entry to specific fitness classes during each spring 7-week session.
Students/Members: $48.00 per class (less than $3.50 per class session)
Non-members: $96.00 per class


Kinesis meets twice/week for 30 minutes each session.
Weekend Yoga class meets once/week for 60 minutes each session
Students/Members: $30.00 per class
Non-members: $60.00 per class


*All Spin classes have limited participation numbers due to the number of available spin bicycles. Bikes will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

**All Kinesis classes are 30 minutes in length and held in the Kinesis Center, located on the first floor near the Service Center.

***All TRX classes are held in the Multipurpose Room (501), located on the fifth floor of the Recreation Center.


If interested in participating in a class, please sign up early. UMKC students may charge to their student account.


Stop by the Membership Office between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on weekdays to register.

Times and fees are subject to change. Class fees are non-refundable.

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Flexibility & Mobility

Flexibility and Mobility allows participants to more fully realize the potential of their bodies’ range of motion. Participants work to improve mobility and improve the ease at which the body moves and performs. Flexibility and Mobility classes work to improve participants’ functionalities in all three planes of movement and to build strength in their new and expanded flexibility. Classes end with a series of breathing and relaxation exercises.


Flexibility and Mobility is just what you need to take your aerobic and musculoskeletal training to the next level.

Fitness Facts

~ Physical fitness can neither be achieved by wishful thinking nor outright purchase. —Joseph Pilates

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Spin and Sculpt*

Although containing a large element of spinning in the first half of each class, Spin and Sculpt finishes with upper body strength training and abdominal work. In spinning classes, the intensity of the workout is influenced by a few things, including cadence (pedal rate); resistance of the flywheel, which can be adjusted throughout class to make pedaling easier or more difficult; and by the rider's body position, as they either pedal from a seated position or rise from the saddle. All levels are welcome.

 

*Spinning and Spin & Sculpt classes have limited participation numbers due to the number of available spin bicycles. Bikes will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fitness Facts

~ Running is the greatest metaphor for life, because you get out of it what you put into it. —Oprah Winfrey

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Yoga

Connect mind, body and spirit while you tone and shape your body. The focus here is on balance and healing. A toned and well-shaped body is a byproduct of this great class. This class will give the busy yogi everything they need to get in, get mindful and get busy.

Condensing the practice into a powerful one-hour class combines flowing & powerful poses with the alignment you need for a dynamic practice. Work to a soundtrack of mindful breath and contemporary music. Class is open to anyone wishing to go deeper into their practice, build strength, increase concentration or just sweat. All levels are welcome.

Fitness Facts

~ Calcium is the most plentiful mineral found in the human body.

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Zumba®

A cardio workout that will blow you away! Shake your body to hot Latin and hip-hop tunes. Zumba® is an easy to learn and super F-U-N workout that has been nicknamed "exercise in disguise". It combines simple Latin rhythms and a relaxed atmosphere with high energy, motivating music.

Because the music selections include both fast and slow rhythms, Zumba® provides both an aerobic and anaerobic interval training workout for mega fat-burning! When was the last time you actually had "fun" exercising? Ditch the workout and join the party today.

Fitness Facts

~ The teeth and bones contain the most calcium (about 99 percent). Nerve cells, body tissues, blood, and other body fluids contain the remaining calcium.

Octane Tone

Crank up your metabolism to burn calories all day long in our Octane Tone class. By alternating high intensity intervals with lower intensity toning exercises your body will respond metabolically all day long. Learn the ins and outs of all that our Octane Ellipticals have to offer and work up an incredible sweat. Resistance and strength exercises mixed in with Octane’s “arm blaster,” “glute kicker,” “x” modes and more will change the way you think about group fitness.

 

Fitness Facts

Benefits of lifting weights:
~ Burn body fat

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Spin*

Cardio, cardio, cardio! Non-stop indoor cycle set to jamming tunes. This class keeps you in the fat-burning zone! In spinning classes, the intensity of the workout is influenced by a few things, including cadence (pedal rate); resistance of the flywheel, which can be adjusted throughout class to make pedaling easier or more difficult; and by the rider's body position, as they either pedal from a seated position or rise from the saddle. All levels are welcome.

 

*Open Spinning and Spin & Sculpt classes are limited to 18 participants due to the number of available spin bicycles. Bikes will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fitness Facts

Benefits of lifting weights:
~ Improve attitude and fight depression

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Cardio Blast

Advanced cardio circuit training with plyometrics that will result in improved cardiac endurance and strong muscles. If you are looking for an effective cardio workout, then this class is for you! Cardio Blast fuses the best that floor exercise has to offer including high and low impact aerobics, dance and plyometrics. Prepare for a fun and challenging class guaranteed to get your heart pumping.

Fitness Facts

~ More than 2 million individuals participate in collegiate sport clubs

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Kinesis

A workout that focuses on balance, strength and flexibility. You’ll perform a variety of exercises to target total body conditioning. Kinesis movement training works through all of your body’s planes and ranges of motion. This is a great class if you are looking to vary up your workout regimen.

Classes begin every 30 minutes during the scheduled time. The Kinesis Center is located on the lower level of the Swinney Recreation Center across from the Service Center.

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

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Circuit Training

Circuit Training features stations of cardio and strength training exercises for a total body workout! Circuit training is a program in which you move immediately from an exercise for one muscle group to an exercise for a different muscle group until all major muscle groups have been worked.

The circuit of activities can include free weights, calisthenics exercises, exercise tubing and cardio-respiratory equipment. Moving immediately from one activity to the next allows you to work the cardio-respiratory system as well as the muscular system. Challenge yourself today!

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

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Agility & Strength

Looking to push yourself to the next level? Agility and Strength classes will do just that! Agility and Strength classes work to improve participants’ motor skills and reaction time as well as build strength in all major muscle groups. Certified trainers motivate participants through high intensity cardiovascular exercises and explosive power moves to help participants excel physically.

Classes use a combination of speed drills, agility ladders, plyometrics, and resistance training to improve total body strength, core stability, speed and cardiovascular health. Bring your inner athlete!

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

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Boot Camp

Ten hut! Challenge yourself today with this high energy class where a total body workout meets cardiovascular and strength training. Activities include kickboxing, sit-ups, pushups, squats, lunges, jumping jacks and more. Anything goes in boot camp!

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

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Turbo Kick

A fat-blasting, ab-defining cardio workout. Come ready to sweat and get active to a mix of kickboxing and simple dance grooves set to dance music that will have you looking forward to your next workout.

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

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Group X

Step up your game with Group "X" training! Group "X" takes personal results and makes it affordable for everyone. Build total body strength using weights, body bars, resistance tubing and more to help you burn fat and tone in Group "X" class.

Fitness Facts

~ More than $1.5 billion has been spent (or is approved) to renovate or build new state-of-the-art collegiate recreational sports facilities.

Treadmill Torch

This 30 minute class will have you sweating like you never thought possible.  Instructors will lead the class through treadmill intervals of speed, incline and speed with incline as well as resistance and strength intervals off the treadmill. Participants will improve all aspects of fitness in this unique and challenging class. The combination of cardio intervals and resistance training provides a workout like no other! Try it out. You won’t regret it!!

 

Fitness Facts

~ Health is not valued till sickness comes.
—Dr. Thomas Fuller

Extreme Interval Training

Extended periods of high-intensity exercises followed by short recovery periods make Extreme Interval Training the perfect class for the serious fitness participants. By alternating between aerobic and anaerobic exercises, instructors guarantee that musculoskeletal and cardiovascular fitness are constantly challenged and improved. Aerobic capacity and lactate threshold improves with interval training, helping participants exercise for longer periods of times and at varying intensities. Get the most out of your workout at Extreme Interval Training!

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Fitness Facts

~ Health is not valued till sickness comes.
—Dr. Thomas Fuller

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TRX Circuit Training

Join this exciting NEW class for participants of all abilities! Suspension training uses bodyweight and gravity to train your body to enhance mobility, strength, endurance, balance, coordination, flexibility, and core stability. Work in all three planes of motion to challenge your body in ways you never thought possible! Take your fitness goals to the next level with this TRX workout!

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