FREE Fitness Sampler Classes
FREE Fitness Week returns on Monday, June 11-15
Get ready to be fit for the summer season with a variety of classes for our FREE Fitness Week brought to you by the Health Improvement Program & Stanford Recreation. Our FREE Fitness Week begins on Monday, June 11th and concludes on Friday, June 15. Bring a friend or two and try classes like TRX, Boot Camp, Pilates and more.
Important Free Fitness Week reminders:
- Participants must have a Stanford-issued ID card to enter the facility.
- Individuals without Stanford-issued ID cards will be required to pay a day pass fee to participate in FREE Fitness Week.
- Classes are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are no class reservations during FREE Fitness Week.
- You may want to bring a towel and water bottle.
- All classes on the court use mats, and there are no mats at the facility. Please bring your own yoga or exercise mat.
Boot Camp: High-intensity full-body muscle workout. Squats, lunges, pushups, and crunches. Exercises using a variety of resistance equipment.
Butts & Guts: This class uses free weights, resistance bands, and body weight exercises to target abs, thighs, and buttocks.
Chen Style Taijiquan (Tai Chi) & QiGong: Includes low powerful stances, body coiling movements, stomping, and an explosive release of power, as well as graceful, slow, and light movements. The benefits of taijiquan and qigong, include improved health, muscle strength, balance and reduced stress.
F45: F45 is a combination of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), Circuit Training, and Functional Training in a team environment. Interval, cardiovascular and strength training have been proven to be an effective method for burning fat and building lean muscle. All in 45 minutes!
Flow Yoga: Within a flowing sequence of postures this class focuses on alignment, balance, and concentration. Emphasis will be placed on core strength and breath awareness. Participants will increase strength and flexibility.
HAABIT: Full-body conditioning workout to enhance muscle definition, balance, strength and endurance in major muscle groups. Focus on Hips, Abs, Arms, Buttocks and Incredible Thighs.
Hatha Yoga: Alignment before action brings greater stability, safety and freedom. Movements are coordinated with the breath and designed to help participants of all levels advance in their practice.
Hip Hop: This class is a union of world beats with urban flavor from Hip-Hop, Latin, Reggae, Afro, Country, Bollywood to Burlesque. It features easy to learn dance steps, high energy music, and full body movement.
Indoor Cycling Workout: This popular class is designed to give you a vigorous cardio workout. It includes a warm-up, at least 35 minutes of cycling, and a cooldown.
POUND Rockout Workout: The world’s first full body cardio jam session inspired by the infectious, energizing, and sweat-dripping fun of playing the drums. Each session combines cardio, core conditioning, and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements.
TRX: TRX Suspension Training is a workout utilizing a system of suspended straps with handles, allowing the user to leverage their body weight as they train. This interval-based class will keep the heart rate elevated while transitioning between cardio and strength intervals to develop strength, balance, flexibility, endurance, coordination, and core stability.
Yoga Core: Focus on improving range of motion and strengthening musculature around the joints. Emphasis will be placed on core strength.
Yoga Pilates Fusion: Designed for people who want a vigorous yoga practice and those seeking an expanded Pilates practice. The timeless traditions of yoga blend seamlessly with postural strength and balance practice of the Pilates Method to create peaceful alignment in your body, better posture, increased energy and good health.
Zumba: A fusion of Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves. The cardio routines feature fast and slow rhythms.