On campus fitness for falcons


Falcon Media Staff

Two students training in the BGSU Student Recreation Center.

Blake Pierce, Reporter

BGSU Student Recreation Center is home to many classes this semester to encourage making movement a habit and a fun part of everyday life to increase the physical and mental well-being of students, staff and faculty on campus.

Fitness classes will be held in accordance with BGSU academic calendar, with classes at varying times every day of the week. Opportunities available vary by instructor and are categorized as either mind and body classes, strength training and choreographed fitness.

The CDC recommends that adults ages 18 to 64 should be getting at least 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity activity a week, or about 21 minutes each day.

To participate in the offered classes, the purchase of a pass to the Student Recreation Center is required, with individual day passes priced at $5. Semester-long passes are $30 for students, $50 for faculty, staff, and retirees and $70 for non-members.

More information on the class schedule can be found at bgsu.edu/falconfitness and information on pass registration can be found at myrec.bgsu.edu.