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4 Fun Small Group Fitness Classes to get you Energized this Semester!


Are you an individual who loves fitness classes, but is looking for more specialized attention to get the most out of your workout? Small group training classes might be for you! Small group training classes are tailored to your own goals and skill level. Instead of being with a class of 20-30 people, class sizes are 12 participants or less. Classes will run for 8 weeks and meet twice a week for a total of 16 classes per session. Sessions do begin the week of January 30th so sign up ASAP!

Courses offered

Function Training Fundamentals – Beginners

M/W 6:30 PM – 7:20 PM

This is an introductory course for beginners who are interested in functional resistance training. This class can prepare you for more advanced fitness classes such as Circuit and Cross Training. The objective of this course is to strengthen your body for activities you would perform in daily life. This class will first educate you on the five primary movement patterns of the body. Then, you will go into utilizing functional training equipment like kettlebells, suspension trainers, battle ropes, and more! If this class interests you, please sign up here.

Women’s Weight Lifting Clinics – Intermediate/Advanced

T/Th 8 AM – 8:50 AM

This clinic will educate women who are fairly new to weightlifting on proper form, and techniques for the following lifts: Front Squat, Bench Press, Back Squat, Deadlift, and Military Press. The purpose of this course is to help individuals feel comfortable using the weight racks, barbells, and plates. There will also be time allocated to gym etiquette and setting up safety features on the rack. Every session will begin in the fitness studio to learn about the lift of the day; there will also be time to practice the lift with a PVC pipe before moving into actual weight. After the session, the group will make their way to the weightlifting racks at State Gym. This is a skill-designed clinic and not a group workout. If this class interests you, please sign up here.

Jogging with Jayden – Train for a Run – Beginner

M/W 3:30 PM – 4:20 PM

If you’re new to running and are interested in completing a 5k, this is the class for you! Our skillful instructor, Jayden will help you train for a 5k in 8 short weeks. The program will begin with interval training and light running to eventually work up to the full 3.1 miles. If this class interests you, please sign up here.

Pedal & Pump – Indoor Cycling and Weights – Intermediate/Advanced

T/Th 6:30 AM – 7:20 AM

This is an exceptional class that combines cardio and strength. This class is designed to motivate and inspire you to take your workouts to the next level. The class contains intervals and climbs on the bike, weights, and full-body movements on the mat. This class is great if you want to train like an athlete and want a challenge. If this class interests you, please sign up here.

Additional Information

Registration fees are $80 for students, $100 for members, and, $160 for non-members. For students and faculty/staff you can charge the fee to your UBill. If this interests you, please complete this form.


All Small Group Training sessions are non-refundable except under the following circumstances:

  • Member has a documented medical or health condition that will not allow them to use the facility.
  • Member will be on military deployment.
  • Member is faculty/staff who is no longer employed at the university.
  • Member is faculty/staff with a change in employment status.

Cancellation/Refund Requests 

  • A Cancellation/Refund Request Form must be completed for any request. Any applicable documentation must be provided to request a cancellation or refund.
  • Upon approval, a refund will be processed within 7-10 business days.
  • approved refunds will be processed on a prorated basis and refunded back via the original method of payment.

For questions please contact Muriel Hyndman, Fitness Coordinator,