Although our fitness facility is closed for the time being, Campus Recreation will continue to support you in your health and fitness journey. Our department will create opportunities that foster engagement and well-being for the TU community by providing resources related to health, fitness, nutrition, and more. Explore what is Beyond Burdick!
Have access to a pool? Swim training is an excellent way to improve fitness and health.
Working out on the beach tests your stability, agility, fitness levels and mental toughness due to the unstable surface and outdoor environment. Whether you're vacationing or you call the beach home, try these seven beach workouts to do in the sand.
With gyms and fitness studios starting to re-open, exercise enthusiasts are questioning if it is safe to return to their workout facility and what precautions need to be in place for everyone to remain safe.
Have questions about exercising with a face covering? ACE Fitness has provided a list of Safety Do's and Don'ts.
Given the COVID-19 situation and resulting lack of access to campus recreation facilities, Openfit is granting any individual with a ".edu" email address 90 days of free access to Openfit. Openfit is a digital streaming platform with hundreds of on-demand and live workouts as well as nutrition planning and tracking, all designed to help you stay fit and healthy from home.
The free ACE Fit Exercise Library offers a variety of total-body movements that target specific areas of the body. Each comes with a detailed description to help ensure proper form.
The 2020 NIRSA Recreation Movement is about staying active together, even when we’re apart! This movement aims to help build momentum and amplify messaging around well-being and fitness as we maintain physical distancing.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni with a ".edu" email address are eligible to create an account. Once registered, participants can instantly access live and prerecorded online workout classes from more than 60 colleges and universities across the country. After participating in a class or working out on their own, participants can log their total number of active minutes and watch as TU's total minutes stack up against other participating schools.