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Play 30 Minutes a Day

A minimum of 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity 5 times per week will result in significant improvements in health, including:
  • Decreased risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes and some cancers
  • Lower blood pressure and cholesterol
  • Reduced depression
  • Improvements in body composition
Source: American College of Sports Medicine 
    Logo: Play 30
    We're offering 30-minute workout ideas for our members. Feel free to download and print them for personal use, or find them in our Play 30 stations located around the Rec Center. Exercise can be done in three sessions of 10 minutes for equal benefit.
      Visit our Exercise Demonstrations page for instructional videos on TRX exercises and body/free weight exercises. 

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

      Logo: Why I Play

      Tell us Why You Play. We value our great community and want to hear your story. Submit this form and tag us on Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #WhyIPlay. We could feature you here and on future promotions. Have a friend who inspires you? Nominate him/her to be featured!

      Two photos of Dr. Eleweke: One portrait photo, one where he is working out with pullys.

      Dr. Jonah Eleweke

      "For the energy." | Story

      Two photos: 1. Pregnant woman works out with TRX straps. 2. Pregnant woman performs barbell curls.

      Erin Bransford

      "To feel good." | Story

      Two photos of Noshad Rahimi and her family playing at the Rec Center pool.

      Team SWAG

      "For the silly." | Story

      Photos of Sydney smiling for the camera at the Rec Center and performing stretches on a mat.

      Sydney O'Neill

      "Stay happy." | Story

      Two photos of Noshad Rahimi and her family playing at the Rec Center pool.

      Noshad Rahimi

      "For a healthy family." | Story

      Christina stands with a Campus Rec personal trainer in front of a brick wall.

      Ariel Devros

      "For the challenge." | Story

      Two photos: Cricket player hits a ball; Cricket team does a group cheer. Click photo to view their video on the page.

      Cricket Club

      "It's our religion." | Story

      Photos of Doug Siegler. One is a profile of him against a brick backdrop. In the other, he is working out with a weighted ball. Click photo to view his video on the page.

      Doug Siegler

      "To eat hamburgers." | Story

      Goalball player poses for a photo; Goalball player prepares to roll the ball down the court. Video coming soon.

      Goalball Players

      "Excel as an athlete." | Story

      Christina stands with a Campus Rec personal trainer in front of a brick wall.

      Christina Luther

      "It brings me joy." | Story

      Jonathan Hedditch performs yoga poses in a Group X class. Click photo to view his video on the page.

      Jonathan Hedditch

      "To build community." | Story