Trail Genius map offers video+gps of the Michigan Tech Competition Trails.
Interested in Turbo Kick, but afraid you won’t be able to keep up because you don’t know the moves? Then you should come to the Turbo Fast Fix Workshop this Saturday, February 7!
This workshop will focus on the kickboxing techniques and drills used in the Turbo Kick class. It’s difficult to learn proper form in Turbo Kick, because the choreography moves so quickly. Join us this Saturday to learn proper form and greatly increase the quality of your workout! Turbo Kick requires no previous kickboxing experience or equipment, and all fitness levels are welcome.
Class time is 12:00-12:50pm in the SDC Studio. Cost to attend is $7.
For more information, visit Turbo Fast Fix.
Commit to be TechFit in 2015 with Community Programs.
Registration is now open for the 17th Annual Randy McKay 3-on-3 Hockey Tournament.
The tournament will be held April 2-5, 2015, at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. This year’s divisions are: Developing Mites (NEW!), Mites, Squirt House, Squirt Travel, PeeWee House, PeeWee Travel, Bantam, High School/Midget, Men’s Open and Women’s Open.
The tournament is a great time for competition and honing skills, accommodating all age groups and skill levels. The 3-on-3* is a unique brand of hockey. Play runs concurrently on each half of the ice surface (about 100 feet by 85 feet), which allows for quick games and fast action. *The Developing Mites division will play 4-on-4 without a goalie.
Early bird pricing (through February 20) is $180 per team and $25 per goaltender. After February 20, the cost is $200 for teams and $30 per goalie. Deadline to register is March 20.
For more information or to register for the McKay 3-on-3 Hockey Tournament, visit McKay 3-on-3 Hockey Tournament.
Earn your American Red Cross Certification in a 6-day training course taught at the Michigan Tech SDC Pool. Certification includes Lifeguard and CPR certification and all training materials. All participants must be 15 years of age or older by February 11, 2015 (documentation required), be able to swim 300 yards without stopping and tread water with legs only for 2 minutes. Class size is limited. Registration ends Friday, February 6.
Visit Spring Lifeguard Training Class for more information or to register.
The Learn to Skate program offers fun, challenging, and rewarding beginning skating classes for all ages and abilities. Students learn at their own level with others in their age group; classes are available for preschool (3–5 years, also known as the Snowplow Sam Program) and Basic Skills Levels 1–8 (6 years and up). Includes both a 25-minute lesson and up to 1.5 hours of practice.
Visit Learn to Skate for more information or to register.
In Fundamentals of Hockey Skating, skaters learn how to maneuver faster and be more agile on the ice. Proper skating techniques are the primary focus of the levels. All elements are taught without a puck. Skaters learn the necessary fundamentals to be successful in game situations. Open to skaters 3 and up, no skating experience necessary.
Visit Fundamentals of Hockey Skating for more information or to register.
Deadline to register for both classes is February 16.
Sometimes you just need to shake things up. Sometimes you need a little boost to the old routine…. Community Programs brings you not one but TWO specialty classes this weekend to help you do just that!
Belly Dance for Fitness Sampler – Come see what it’s all about! Learn to shake, shimmy and roll in this energetic cabaret-style class. Saturday, January 31, 12:00-12:50 p.m. in the SDC Studio. Cost is $7.
Yoga for Cross Country Skiers – A special workshop focusing on stretching and strengthening the muscles used most in cross country skiing. A perfect way to end a ski or start a relaxing weekend. Sunday, February 1, 6:00-7:15 p.m. in the SDC Studio. Cost is $10.
For more information on all Community Programs, visit us online at www.michigantechrecreation.com. On Facebook at Michigan Tech Recreation and on Twitter @MichiganTechRec.
Did you miss Dollar Days, but would still like to try some new fitness classes? You’re in luck!
We’re offering some FREE sampler classes which will be taking place in the residence halls this week.
Monday, January 26
7:00-7:25pm Zumba with Cindy, Wads Annex
7:30-7:55pm Turbo Kick with Jacq, Campus Cafe
Wednesday, January 28
7:00-7:25pm Metabolic Conditioning with Krista, DHH Ballroom
7:30-7:55pm PiYo with Cindy, DHH Center Lounge
Again, registration is free, but you need to email email@example.com to register!
For more information, visit Complimentary Fitness Sampler Classes.
For all the latest information on Michigan Tech Recreation, Community Programs, and Sports Camps, visit www.michigantechrecreation.com, like us on Facebook at Michigan Tech Recreation, and follow us on Twitter @MichiganTechRec.
Community Programs is offering a new fitness class! Check out Turbo Kick w/ Jacq on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the SDC.
Turbo Kick combines cardio kickboxing and the hottest dance moves to form a fast-paced, up-beat workout! Paired with high energy and motivational music mixes, this unique blend of cardiovascular, strength, and endurance training is sure to get you moving and toned – not to mention totally addicted! Turbo Kick requires no previous kickboxing experience or equipment, and all fitness levels are welcome. Session and daily prices available. Commit to be HuskiesFit with Turbo Kick.
For more information, visit Turbo Kick.
Follow us on Facebook @ Michigan Tech Recreation, on Twitter @MichiganTechRec and online at www.michigantechrecreation.com.
Today is the day!
A wide variety of fitness programming is available right at the SDC. Michigan Tech Community Programs offers awesome class options to fit your personal fitness level and style. In the studio, pool or on the ice, our youth classes will also keep your little husky active, engaged and having fun.
Start the New Year off right and let Community Programs help you stick to that resolution of a healthier happier you. Commit to be HuskiesFit in 2015!
For more information, visit Spring 2015 Community Programs Guide.
Due to a change in the visiting hockey team’s practice time, Learn to Skate will be held from 8:30-9:50 a.m. this Saturday, January 17.
For more information about the Learn to Skate program, visit Learn to Skate.