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Group Fitness Classes

We offer a variety of exciting, fun, and dynamic group fitness classes on a weekly basis that are free with HRC membership. 

 

Want to be a group fitness instructor?  
  • Our next in-house certification course will begin Fall of 2019.  More information to come!

 

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Summer 2019 Group Fitness Schedule

Printable version here.

All summer semester fitness classes are available to students with a valid Butler ID.

Classes indicated with an asterisck (*) are available to non-member Faculty/Staff.

  MON TUE WED THURS FRI SAT SUN
Noon-
12:45 PM

F/S HATHA YOGA*

Karen

F/S PiYo*

Jules

F/S HATHA YOGA*
Nicole

F/S BODY SCULPT*
Natalie

 

 

   

4:00-

4:45PM

 

HATHA YOGA*

Nicole

 

CYCLE*

Julie

     
5:30-
6:15 PM

ROUTINE FLOW YOGA

Meghan

 

 

 

 

 

 

6:30-
7:15 PM

 

CYCLE

Jen

 

 

 

 

 

6:30-

7:30PM

CYCLE CORE

Makayla

(60 minute class)

 

 

 

   

 

7:00PM-

7:45PM

     

HATHA YOGA

Kimberly

     

Summer 2019 Class Descriptions

Cycling
  • CYCLE – Experience an indoor cycling adventure with a variety of cardiovascular drills including hills, sprints, and more, all set to high energy, motivating music. Participants choose their own intensity; this class is great for all experience levels. Be sure to bring your towel and water bottle!
  • CYCLE CORE - An indoor cycling experience with a twist! This class contains 30 minutes of cardiovascular drills, sprints, and hills on the bike with 30 minutes of core work.  As with all cycle classes, participants can choose their intensity.

Dance Cardio
  • ZUMBA – Latin dance inspired by cardo – your feet won’t stop moving in this class full of Latin, hip hop, and cardio dance moves. No dance experience necessary. Come to the party!
Mind/Body
  • HATHA YOGA – This multi-level class guides participants through sequences of standing and seated postures to promote physical strength, flexibility, and peace of mind. Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, this class creates an environment where participants explore their own bodies and physical limitations free from judgement and chatter of everyday life. Styles vary by instructor. M/W/F noon classes are open to faculty and sta only.
  • PiYo – total body workout combining elements from two mind-body formats: Pilates and Yoga. This combination class is designed to build strength and increase flexibility, in addition to aerobic movements that will increase heart rate and promote calorie burn.
  • SUNRISE YOGA – A traditional multi-level yoga class held in the early morning hours designed to awaken the body and cultivate a calm mind. Sunrise yoga will invigorate the body, while bringing awareness to the breath and creating a peaceful center.
Strength & Cardio
  • BODY SCULPT – Devoted to toning and strengthening the body while you build muscle and improve mobility and flexibility. You will gain core strength, balance, and endurance while focusing on total body health and helping to reduce the development of osteoporosis while increasing metabolism.
  • HIIT – You will be challenged to perform exercises at the highest intensity of intervals. You will engage and activate all of your muscles while focusing on building stamina and strength. Get ready to give 100% in this class! All HIIT classes meet in the Zone.
  • STRENGTH & CORE – Strengthen and tone the muscles of the body, highlighting the core, through exercises that will vary each week to keep you coming back for something new. Equipment used: dumbbells, bands, medicine balls, stability balls, and more.

FOMO Fitness Classes

FOMO classes are specialty fitness classes not typically offered on the regular weekly schedule.  These classes are only offered once per semester and give participants the opportunity to try something new!  See the information below to register for our upcoming FOMO classes. 

 

Fall 2019 FOMO Series

*Information on Fall 2019 FOMO Classes will be posted at the beginning of Fall Semester.  There will be no FOMO classes this summer.