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SPRING 2015 Workshops/Seminars: New Offerings!

Beginner Fitness Seminar -

Sept. 28th @ noon - (SLC Fitness Center)

This is a FREE seminar perfect for those of you who are new to the Fitness Center and want to learn how to use the equipment in the Fitness Center and cardio machines. You will also learn how to create your very own individualized fitness plan and learn some basic knowledge on how to take your heart rate, target training zones, etc.

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Body Composition and Measurement Testing -

Monday, Feb. 23rd & Monday, May 4th @ 10:00am-11:00am & 4:00pm-5:00pm (Student Life Center Conference Room - #125)

Have you ever wanted to see how much body fat you have? Well here is your chance! Come and join the KES students for a FREE Body Fat Composition and Girth Measurement testing. We will be offering a second testing on May 4th at the same times so that you can track your progress throughout the semester!

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Womens' Martial Arts Seminar -

Saturday, March 14th @ 10:00am-Noon (Aerobics Room 1)

Come and learn techniques from the disciplines of Jeet Kune Do/Kali (Filipino Martial Arts). The disciplines being taught are intended to instill a sense of self confidence, self awareness, and safety through the proper training.

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Group Exercise Instructor Certification -

Saturday, February 28th @ 8:00am-6:00pm (Aerobics Room 2)

Have you ever thought about teaching a fitness class. Well, here is your chance! We will be hosting a one-day certification class that will prepare you to teach your very own class. You will learn proper cueing and safety techniques, body alignment and mechanics, physiology and anatomy of the body and learn the correct way to set up a class.

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G.E.A.R. Indoor Cycling -

Sunday, March 1st @ 8:00am-6:00pm (Aerobics Room 1)

This is one-day workshop is designed for current indoor cycling instructors and those interested in teaching group indoor-cycling classes. Course focuses on how to create a dynamic, high-energy indoor cycling practices, correct technique, proper alignment, and effective training principles to ensure sound training decisions. Training methods include cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, body composition, and flexibility. Course includes two practical training sessions filled with creative choreography.

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