The Fitness program prides itself in providing resources for members to maintain healthy, active lifestyles. Both the Minneapolis University Recreation and Wellness Center and St. Paul Gymnasium contain state-of-the-art fitness equipment and have several services available to meet member's needs.
Fitness Equipment Orientation
Provides education and tools necessary to customize current exercise programs
Group Fitness Classes
A wide variety of class formats to help establish and maintain healthy exercise habits
Fitness Assessment Services
Offers an overview of current fitness levels by executing a collection of fitness tests
Personal Training Services
Design a customized exercise program combining personal health and fitness goals with fitness assessment results
Small Group Training
Offers structured exercise in an intimate environment, meeting the needs of the beginner to the highly skilled athlete
Fall Group Fitness Schedule
Fall group fitness classes are back and better than ever! All classes will be free from September 3-8. The semester schedule continue through December 15. Take a moment to view the schedules below.
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Nordic Ski Center Opening Soon
Think snow! The Nordic Ski Center will be opening for the 2013-2014 season as soon as it can establish a solid snow base. About the Nordic Ski Center The Nordic Ski Center is located on the grounds of the University of Minnesota Golf Course. There are three routes of varying difficulties and terrains available. Ski rentals will be available on the weekends beginning January 25 from 10:00am - 4:00pm. Season Passes Available Season passes will be going on sale beginning Monday, December 9 and can be purchased at the Outdoor Center, located on the Lower Level of the University Recreation and Wellness Center. Student passes are $15 and Staff/Community passes are $25.
Registration Now Open!
The Tri-U-Mah! Indoor Triathlon will take place on Saturday, February 1, 2014. It consists of 30 minute swimming, biking, and running sections. Participants will have 30 minutes to complete each individual section. Where does the event take place? The 2014 Tri-U-Mah! Indoor Triathlon will take place in the University Aquatic Center (Dorothy L. Shepard Natatorium) and the University Recreation Center. These facilities are connected, so participants will cross into the University Recreation Center to reach the next section of the triathlon. For directions and parking information, visit the Aquatic Events page. How are heats scheduled? Heats will consist of 20 participants. Each heat will have 10 minutes of transition time from the swim/bike sections and 5 minutes of transition time from the bike/run sections. For more information, visit the Tri-U-Mah page.