Each year, RecFit holds a variety of special events. We know that this year our events may look a bit different, but we are still excited for what the year holds. Check out some of our upcoming events and programs below!
Women on Weights is designed to help women feel more comfortable in the weight room and be excited about training to become STRONG! The trainers will go over form, technique, and how to build your own weightlifting program! This program will benefit both the beginner and intermediate lifters.
Traditionally, we kickoff the year with our biggest event, Late Night at the Rec! Early each semester we lead a series of "Women on Weights" workshops. Near the end of the Fall semester is our annual Push-Pull Powerlifting Competition. And during finals week, we hold pop-up relaxation events across campus.
We also partner with organizations across campus to promote health and wellness awareness both in person and virtually.
For a better glimpse into RecFit, check out the information below on some of the events we have hosted recently!
July 4-11th: Firecracker Fun Run
Results for the 1 mile run/walk due by July 15th.
August 1st-8th: Back to School 2 miler
Results for the 2 mile run/walk due by August 12th.
September 5-12th: Labor Day 5k
Results for the 5k (3.1 mile) run/walk due by September 16th.
July 6th-August 24th
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Get to know AU RecFit before arriving in Fall 2020. Complete activities from our 6 functional areas by August 24th to win *AU RecFit swag*. Build healthy habits, interact with your classmates, and meet some of our incredible staff all before even stepping foot on campus (physically or virtually)!
All activities can be completed from your house!
The 6 areas are: Wellness and Special Events, Group Exercise, Facilities, Personal Training, Aquatics, and Competitive Sports (Club/IM).
Special Collaboration: Yoga with REbeL @ AU
Friday, Feb 28 | 7 PM Jacobs Fitness Center
Come join RecFit for body positive classes all week! We will also be covering the mirrors to allow emphasis on what your body can do and how it feels, rather than just what it looks like.