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Group Exercise Schedule

Health Promotion sponsors a variety of exercise opportunities specifically for Appalachian faculty, staff, and their spouses/or significant others. Completion of a health history form is required prior to participating in an exercise class. Send completed form to 12 Varsity Gym, fax to 262-7019, or bring to the first class you attend.

PLEASE NOTE! All classes are held in 12 Varsity Gym (old racquetball court area) unless otherwise noted. ALL CLASSES are on a first come, first served basis!!

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  • Spring 2018 Schedule - Begins Tuesday, January 16, 2018.

  • Monday through Thursday: Open 7am to 7pm
  • Friday: Open 7am to 3pm

Cardio Kickboxing 

An hour long adventure into the world of martial arts. From a 20 minute warm up that loosens up major muscle groups, teaches proper form/technique/rhythmn of all kicks and punches from multiple disciplines of martial arts, to a 30 minute series of combos that will strengthen mind body functionality, endurance, and coordination to finishing with a 10 minute cool down with emphasis on increasing flexibility, mindfulness, and oxygen levels before heading back into the real world. All taught to multiple genres of music that range from 130 - 165 beats per minute. All difficulty level options are given throughout entire class from beginner to expert.

  • Tuesday, Thursday:  11:30 am to 12:30 pm

Core Conditioning

Core Conditioning is a mat and stability ball exercise course that meets twice a week for thirty minutes each session. Back and abdominal muscles are engaged and developed in a systematic way over the course of a semester. This course is suitable for most ages and most levels of fitness.

  • Tuesday, Thursday: 12:30 to 1:00 pm 

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

HIIT class is a total body, heart pumping, aerobic and strength conditioning workout. This interval-based class combines full-body strength training with high intensity cardio bursts designed to tone your body, improve your endurance. Modifications for all fitness levels are provided.

  • Tuesday, Thursday:  1:00 to 2:00 pm

Kettle Bell

A beginner to intermediate level kettle bell class that is geared towards educating participants on kettle bell
training methods. An emphasis will be placed on proper movement mechanics and progressive learning
throughout the course. Kettle bells are great tools to activate not only core muscles, but major muscle groups
and stabilizers as well.

  • Monday, Wednesday:  11:00 to 11:45 am 

 Indoor Cycling

This hour class will be finished in a flash as you perform cycling intervals that challenge your cardiovascular strength, build your muscles, and burn lots of calories.

  • Monday, Wednesday: 1:00 to 2:00 pm

Strong Women 

Strong Women is a 45-minute, total body, interval circuit training class. Strong Women utilizes various modalities (body weight, dumbbells, leg weights, body bars, exercise bands, etc.) to help the client achieve her strength gain goals, while improving the client's cardiovascular endurance with 60, 45 and 30 second intervals of aerobic activities (jogging in place, grapevine, jump rope, etc.) between each strength training activity.

  • Monday, Wednesday:  5:30 to 6:15 pm  
  • Tuesday, Thursday:  7:00 to 7:45 am

Vinyasa Flow Yoga:  Levels I and II

A sixty-minute dynamic, sweat-producing class focused on building strength and flexibility through a series of intense, vigorous, yet graceful postures using a blend of alignment principles and vinyasa. The class moves fluidly and quickly, offering advanced options. We set up each posture in stages, beginning with the modification, and then add additional components for those who want more intensity. The class is appropriate for a range of practitioners who are already physically fit, and pose modifications will be offered for more or less of a challenge; however, the class may not be best suited for those brand new to yoga.

  •  Monday, Wednesday:  1:00 to 2:00 pm