EMPLOYEE FITNESS CLASSES
NEW FITNESS CLASS REGISTRATION PROCESS STARTED
We are excited to announce a streamlined process for employee fitness classes in 2018. We have partnered with Athletics & Recreation to house all fitness information in one place. The new recreation portal will allow you to view Employee Health & Wellbeing classes/programs, Recreation fitness classes/programs, and Crossfit classes.
This new site will have an online registration format, which will allow you to ‘check-in’ to a class, guaranteeing your spot in the class. You may only register for a class within a 24 hour window before the class begins. In an effort to reduce paper and manual sign-ins, we are asking our participants to begin using the new online check-in feature. The new system is user-friendly and can be used from a computer or mobile device. You can also manage your memberships, class passes, and see your complete order history.
This new system allows employees to easily move back and forth between Employee Health & Wellbeing and Recreation. This website is housed externally from UD, you will not need VPN to access. We have put together a short how-to video to and a step-by-step guide help you get accustomed to the new registration process.
Classes are run in a flexible format to better meet your needs. We have added new locations and times for our classes and will continue to add variety.
FITNESS CLASS PAYMENT METHOD: We are selling an annual membership that will give you unlimited access to our fitness classes for the entire fiscal year and more! This membership is valid from July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019.
We are retiring the single class pass. Many found this model to be a barrier to attending classes and it also does not allow us the flexibility to grow the fitness program and wellbeing offerings. Before attending classes, purchase the annual membership and sign in accordingly.
Wellness dollars can be used for the membership or may be purchased with cash or check. The membership is not prorated.
Train Like an Athlete!
Starting the fall semester, a small group training class will be added to the All-Access Membership!
When: Thursdays: Carpenter Sports Building (Track Floor on Synergy)
Details: This 6 person max limit class will meet with a personal trainer to train on the Synergy with RIP TRX weighted bars, TRX straps, and more. The personal trainer will focus on your form and technique in a safe environment to enhance your strength, endurance, stability, flexibility, agility, and power.
Please Note: An All-Access Membership is required to register for the class. You must register through the Fusion portal within 24 hours in advance.
Interested in playing recreational volleyball with fellow UD employees on campus?
Every Wednesday afternoon from 12-1pm at the Carpenter Sports Building, faculty and staff team up for a friendly, noncompetitive game of volleyball in the Basketball Gym.
Please contact Craig Gillund at email@example.com if interested or for more information.
CSB: Carpenter Sports Building or Lil Bob, 26 N. College Ave, need UD ID to enter
Rust Ice Arena: Located on South Campus. The ballet room is located in the ice rink, up the last set of bleachers, near back wall.
Field House Erg Room: Located on the third floor of the Delaware Field House on South Campus. Walk through Main Doors and walk up the stairs.
Field House Turf: Located inside the Field House on South Campus. Walk through Main Doors and walk straight to turf.
Field House Weight Room: Located on the first floor, down right hallway to the very end.
ELC: Early Learning Center on Wyoming Road. Gym is around the back side of the building near the playground (door will be propped open for you by the instructor)
Morris Library: Located on Main Campus in Class of 1941 Room. Walk in main entrance and make an immediate left.
Barre: This class uses a combination of postures inspired by ballet, Pilates, and yoga. The barre is used as a prop to balance while doing isometric strength training exercises. This low impact class will help improve posture, muscle definition, and increase flexibility. Ballet/dance experience is not required.
Barre Fusion: This class uses a combination of postures form ballet, Pilates, and yoga while fused with cardio and core conditioning to raise your heart rate. The barre is used as a prop to balance while doing isometric strength training exercises to improve posture and muscle definition. Ballet/dance experience is not required.
BODYCOMBAT: This new class is a high-energy martial arts-inspired workout that is non-contact. Punch and kick your way to fitness and burn up to 740 calories* in a class. No experience needed. Learn moves from Karate, Taekwondo, Boxing, Muay Thai, Capoeira and Kung Fu. Modifications provided. Release stress, have a blast and feel like a champion. Bring your best fighter attitude and leave inhibitions at the door.
BODYPUMP: This barbell class brought to you by the LES MILLS™ team will strengthen your entire body and challenge all of your major muscle groups in a full body workout by using weight room exercises like squats, presses, lifts, and curls. Great music, motivating instructors, and your choice of weight will inspire you to come back for more!
Cardio Strength: This class will vary each week. Some classes will focus on strength and body sculpting while others will focus on improving your cardio. YOU control the intensity of your workout and improve all aspects of your personal fitness.
Exercise & Conditioning: This class will take place in the Delaware Field House Weight Room, where you will have access to a variety of equipment. A personal trainer will create the workouts for you, enabling to learn proper form and technique in a safe environment.
Express Cycle: Cycling is a great option for anyone looking to improve cardio in a low-impact setting. You will race, climb, and cruise on your bike- all from the comfort of the Little Bob. This class is sure to get your heart pumping and all your muscles working all within 30 minutes!
Cycle HIIT: A 30-minute high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout designed to combine bursts of intensity when you work as hard as possible, with periods of rest that prepare you for your next effort. A low impact workout on an indoor bike to have you burning calories for hours after your workout!
Pilates: This class emphasizes the strengthening of the Powerhouse region: abdominals, back, hips, inner/outer thighs, and buttocks. This class will focus on overall toning, stretching, and lengthening. Work on posture, flexibility, balance, and coordination with newfound energy.
Power Yoga: This style of yoga relies on synchronized breathing with each movement to produce beautiful, flowing patterns of motion and energy to build strength, unwind tight joints, and loosen muscles. This class is much more vigorous than Slow Flow Yoga, recommended for intermediate and advanced participants.
Slow Flow Yoga: The pace of this class understandably slower, placing an emphasis on safe alignment and maintaining a balance of the slow breathing. This style usually provides poses that range from gentle to challenging, but done with safe, self-centering energy.
Step & Tone: Step aerobics class that will not only help tone your glutes and legs, but will help you build stamina and increase endurance. Following your “Step” cardio session, varied upper and lower body toning exercises are incorporated using the body bar or free weights.
Train Like an Athlete: This Small Group Training class will take either on the Field House turf with RIP weighted bars or on the CSB Track Floor, where you will have access to a variety of equipment. A personal trainer will create the workouts for you, enabling to learn proper form and technique in a safe environment while enhancing your strength, endurance, stability, flexibility, agility, and power.
Yoga: Focus on the breath in combination with various poses will help strengthen your body and your mind. Whether you are a seasoned yogi or new to the mat, this class is perfect for all looking to improve strength and decrease stress.
Zumba: Take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you will see why Zumba® is often called exercise in disguise. A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.
Zumba & Abs: Take the “work” out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you will see why Zumba® is often called exercise in disguise. A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class. After 45 minutes of Zumba, finish your work out with a 15-minute core challenge!
Zumba Gold: Have you ever wanted to try Zumba, but been too intimidated to sign up? Then Zumba Gold is for you! This beginner Zumba class is geared to teach you all of the Zumba steps set to the same exciting, upbeat music for a great calorie-burning workout! Zumba Gold features more verbal cues and instruction.