Group Fitness Classes
If you’re looking for a way to have fun exercising in a dynamic group environment, you have come to the right place. We offer approximately 24 classes per week, including Power Hour, Yoga, Zumba and more. So what are you waiting for? Join us at the IWC fitness studio and see what all the talk is about. Don't forget to check us out on Facebook!
Classes are open to all current WSU students
2012-2013 Class Descriptions
Turbo Kick: An intense cardiovascular workout that provides different kickboxing sequences, highly intense intervals and strength training. This class will definitely get your heart pumping, but every fitness level is encouraged to participate!
Butt and Gut: A combination of strength training and toning for legs and core, this class is great for anyone who wants to get in a great work out while avoiding the treadmill and weight room. This class aims to challenge the participants while allowing them to add their own spin on the different moves, all while having a great time!
Tighten and Tone: TNT is a class dedicated to total body toning. Different types of weights, resistance bands and fitness steps are incorporated to keep the class fresh and upbeat. This class exposes participants to new ways of working their body in a group setting.
Total Conditioning: This class will focus on the total conditioning of the body. It uses various cardio, plyometric and strength training exercises to achieve a higher level of fitness.
Yoga: A class that provides one with an opportunity to build core strength and help improve posture, balance, strength, flexibility, and breathing. Yoga also includes stretching, and relaxation.
Pilates: Pilates is the ultimate workout for gaining control of movement, increasing core strength and developing a lean, toned body. Various yoga poses as well as strength and weight exercises are included in Pilates.
Zumba: Zumba is a Latin dance based cardio workout. It includes high tempo dancing that results in a full body workout. A typical hour-long Zumba class includes warm-up and cool-down periods to stretch your muscles and prevent injury. Though the program takes inspiration from Latin dance, you don't need to be a great dancer to enjoy the benefits of Zumba.
Hip Hop: A dance-based class that uses the up-tempo beat of hip hop to burn calories while having fun dancing. Hip Hop will also include different cardio, abdominal and strength training moves to complete a total body workout.
Intramural Sports Desk