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Title: RecSports
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Language: English
Creator: Department of Recreational Sports, University of Florida
Publisher: Department of Recreational Sports, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: Fall 2010
Copyright Date: 2010
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THE MAGAZINE
RECSPORTS
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Fall 2010 is going to be one of the most exciting times ever in RecSports history at the Univers e, ..t~ F l....~.1, . I. 1.. ...l, .. .;~r...i Il-....lr
opening the expansion of the Southwest Recreation Center. 7he place looks absolutely beautiful. 7he expanded space, new amenities,
new program possibilities and the renovation of space in the existing building make this project one that will provide a dramatic impact
for our students and university community. Never before have we provided our participants with an indoor track, personal training
studio or massage therapy rooms. 7he Social Lounge includes TV's and Wii games. Increased space for cardio equipment, fitness
assessments and Group Fitness will allow us to meet the increased demands for those services and activities.
Did I mention improvements in the use of technology? Personal viewing screens with a full array of cable channels will be available on
all cardio equipment, marketing TV's instead of bulletin boards, hand keys for access control so you will not have to bring your Gator 1
Card, digital locks on lockers and more. through building design and the use of the latest technology I expect the building to earn the
highest LEED certification of Platinum. 7he technology and sustainable features meet the expectations of toclay's UF student.
Let's not forget everything else RecSports has to Offer. Our parks at Lake Wauburg are more beautiful than ever. Intramural Sports offers
an array of team and incliviclual leagues and tournaments. 7he 40 Sport Clubs provide the opportunity to learn new sports and compete
against other colleges and universities. 7he pools offer a great place to get fit, cool offane l ust relax.
Jump-start your RecSports experience by attending the Grand Opening Ceremony for the Southwest Recreation Center expansion on
August 24 at 4 p.m., then stick around for the RecSports Extravaganza where you'll be able to discover everything RecSports has to Offer
from recreation to fitness and sports. Everyone has the opportunity to be active and Live in Motion.





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7he Fitness Assessment Center (FAC), now located in the Training Center at the Southwest
Recreation Center, offers comprehensive assessments to determine your current fitness level.
7his information is useful in designing your own workout program and learning about potential
imbalances to prevent the on-set of injuries or improving performance. Students and members are
encouraged to sign-up for a FREE assessment at least once per semester. Body composition testing
will continue to be available at the Student Recreation & Fitness Center.


T he t houp Fitness program at UF has a strong tradition of a large number of classes, a variety of
autting-edge formats and exceptional instruction. Whether you want an intense cardiovascular
n rk at like ADVANCED CYCLE, the stress relief of a flowing VINYASA YOGA or to test your
60am ne in BOSU" CONDITIONING, we have the class for you. Class descriptions and the Group
Hitme schedule can also be found on the Group Fitness page at recsports.ufl.edu.





Instructional Programs ofecr a unique opportunity to explore a new dimension of fitness by merging
Group Fitness with Personal Training. 7hese new classes focus on a specialized format, individual
progression and skill development. Classes offered are unique to UF RecSports, and are available at a
ahan affordable price.


Improve the quality of your life by improving the way you move. With a staffof Personal Trainers
specializing in everything from weight loss and hypertrophy to triathlon training, this staffwill
challenge you to enhance your lifestyle. Our trainers go through an extensive training program and
are continuously being educated at RecSports. Personal Training is an affordable opportunity for any
budget. Visit the Personal Training page at recsports.uff .edu for more information, or sign-up in the
Training Center at the Southwest Recreation Center.


7he Massage therapy Program offrs students and RecSports members a place to receive therapeutic
bodywork at a reasonable price. therapists on staff are licensed within their field of expertise. Several
different types of massages are available ranging from Sports Massage to Swedish Massage. See page 15
for more information on massages available and pricing.


S7ec Strength & Conditioning Program offers an educated staff to guide you toward proper and
effective usage of weight room and cardio equipment. If you prefer independence in your exercise
program, Strength & Conditioning will serve your needs by answering questions and providing
General advice. Please utilize our staff when performing exercises that may need a spot or if you need
assistance in basic exercise selection.


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So you think you can spin? Enter the world of upper body endurance!
Kranking is speed cycling from the waist up, a fast power workout for
the upper body and core, and a great way to retain cardiovascular fitness
when the legs need a rest. The intensity of Kranking is as powerful as
its name!


Travel through an intense workout as you learn to row and seamlessly Learn how to utilize props in your Pilates routine combined with Pilates
concigteupe n oe od o h limt oa oymat work that will sculpt muscles and streamline the entire body. This mat-
workout. cBe prepared to challenge the notion ofa rowing workout and based fitness-Pilates class utilizes small medicine balls, Pilates Circles, and
sprint through intervals of rough water as you complete your semi-weekly Pilates Arc Barrels to activate, isolate, and stabilize deep core muscles while
journey. imp roving postu re, flexibility, balance and overall strength. You will receive
individualized attention to reach your personal goals in a small group
setting, with the supervision ofa certified instructor. Enter the Pilates triad:
PRICE TIME DAYS DURATION LOCATION SECTION DATEs body, mind &1 spirit + props!


Imagine moving through water. Slow, evenly paced movements connect
with the breath and mind to strengthen and harmonize the body and
spirit. The Chinese art ofTai Chi focuses on correct alignment and
relaxation; core principles of form development and moving "qi," or
energy, throughout the energetic pathways of the body. This class will
progress from beginning elements to advanced sequences allowing
participants progression in their individual practice.

PRICE TIME DAYS DURATION LOCATION SECTION DATES
STUTDENT 11:30-12:30p~m T/R weeks SRFC-ActRm l Sp 1NvI
$64.00
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360 degrees of motion. With over 400 separate movements and more than
250 exercises to choose from, Kinesis provides you with a wide range of circuit
exercises that will always be fresh and challenging no matter what your ability
level. Be the first to participate in small group Kinesis training allowing YOU
access to this NEW piece of equipment. Don't miss out on a chance to take
part in a new era offitness training -finding a workout that is as unique as
you are!

PRICE TIME DAYS DURATION LOCATION SECTION DATES


Achieve a full body workout emphasizing core performance. The TRX utilizes
the pendulum principle of training; your body position relative to the anchor
point of the TRX determines the resistance and difficulty of the movement -
you can tailor your workout specifically to your ability level. Use your body
like never before and explore infinite possibilities with TRX training!

PRICE TIME DAYS DURATION LOCATION SECTION DATES
STUDENT SECTION 1 SECTION 1 -ksac SWRC SECTION 1
$156.00 4-5 p~m. M/W PT Studio Sept 6 ct13


"Viparita karani" -Allow yourself to see things from a different
perspective, perhaps upside down?! This class focuses on exploring the
prcice of yogathrog gentle, restorative u,,inversion '" poes Sfly move
through difcul poses with the guidance ofa certified yoga instructor,
while facilitating your personal growth and transformation. Bottoms up!


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Class section desired art least 24 hours prior
to the first class. Classes fill on ar first come,
birst served basis until carparcity is reached.


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CYCLE (30)
7his 3() minute cycling class has dual purposes. 7he
beginner can learn about the cycling journey and
get accustomed to the bike; while an experienced
cyclist can focus on a high intensity cardiovascular
workout in a shorter amount of time.

CYCLE (45) &(60)
7his 3() minute cycling class has dual purposes. 7he
beginner can learn about the cycling journey and
get accustomed to the bike; while an experienced
cyclist can focus on a high intensity cardiovascular
workout in a shorter amount of time.

RIDE & RELRX (715)
7his 75 minute class takes you through two
inspiring formats: Cycling and Yoga. You
will experience 45 minutes of intense cycling
im mediately followed by 3() minutes of relaxing
Yoga.


BELLY DANCE
7his ethnic style of dance will have you smiling
as you utilize your hips and abs to move to the
rhythm of the music!
CARDIO HIP HOP
Break a swear through constant movement while
building an aerobic dance routine.
UR BAN H IP H OP
Inspired by moves off the streets, learn new dance
routines that are bound to impress while getting
a fun workout!

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A fusion of Latin and international music,
Zumba" creates exciting and effective fitness
through dance routines. Zumba" utilizes interval
training and resistance training to maximize
caloric output, far burning and toning.


STADIUM CONDITIONING
Ihis class utilizes the stairs, benches, ramps and
straight-aways of Ben Hill Griffin stadium for an
intense workout.

OUTDOOR TRAINING
in alternative to indoor group fitness classes that
incorporates a mixture ot jogging, drills and fun
activities to challenge your strength, endurance and
cardiovascular capabilities.
CO RCHED SWI M
Work closely with a swim coach to improve your
technique and maximize your swimming strengths.
Coaches create workout programs to challenge
multi-level swimmers. C ass meets at Florida Pool.


BOSU@ PILATES
Challenge your balance while you explore
traditional and nontraditional Pilates exercises
using the BOSU" Balance Trainer.
HATHR YOGR
This "yaga for health" class will ease your mind and
guide mental clarity toward strength, flexibility
and relaxation. Breathing, pastures and stress
management will serve as the foundation in this
centuries-old form of exercise.
PIL RTES
A mat-based fitness-Pilates class that emphasizes
essential skills for proper execution of movements.
Activate, isolate and stabilize deep core muscles
while im roving posture, flexibility, balance and
overall beody strength,
YO GAL RTES
Experience the best of both worlds: the relaxation
and unique postures of vaga combined with the
lengthening and toning effects ofPilate.
PO WER YO GA
A more advanced energetic flowing sequence of
postures and poses. Breathing techniques move
participants rapidly from one pose to another.
Classes focus on body weight bearing exercises,
torso stability and intermediate balance.
TRI CHI
Slow, evenly paced movements connect with the
breath and mind to strengthen and harmonize the
body and spirit. 7he Chinese art of Tai Chi focuses
on correct alignment and relaxation, core principles
of form developments and moving "qi," or energy,
throughout the energetic pathways of the body.
V IN YRSR YO GA
Vinvasa literally translates to "breath-synchronized
movementt. Exlore
PA RTNER YO GA
This mind-body class is designed to challenge
the body using partner work. Participants are
encouraged to come in pairs and experience the
bnefits ofu patci Yg i h > sater I a
well.


RD VRNCED STEP
One hour of advanced step choreography with
intense cardiovascular conditioning. Requires
a solid knowledge base of step choreography.
BOS U@ CO NDITION IN G
Engage the care, burn calories and build
muscular endurance in this high intensity
cardiovascular workout.
IN TER VL LTRA IN ING
Experience the effectiveness of interspersing bouts
of near-maximum exertion with periods of lower
intensity activity.
STEP
7his class emphasizes form and technique while
using high intensity movements and fun step
combinations.

TURBO KICKTM
One of the hortest kickboxing classes around,
Thrbo Kick'' combines sports drills, athletic
movements and hip-hop elements that will take
your cardio workout to the next level!


RNRE ROBIC TRAINING
Push your lactate energy system to the max utilizing
intervals of 3( second to 2 minute bouts of exercise
in this intense yet highly rewarding workout.
BOSU@ BODY
Simultaneously improve your muscular strength,
balance and mobility in this strength training class
targeting major muscle groups. If you like Total
Body, you will love this balance-challenging version.
CORE (30)
Strengthen abdominal and lateral flexors, back
extensors and core stabilizers to improve torso
appearance and function.


MUSCLE CONFUSION
An action-packed class filled with the excitement of
kickboxing, the toughness of strength conditioning
and the stretching emphasis of Yoga and Pilates.
If you want something that will test your overall
fitness, this class is for you!
TO TL LBOD Y
A strength training class targeting major muscle
groups using various equipment and body weight.


TUR BO KIC KTM (7 5)
Achieve all of the cardiovascular benefits of Turbo
It~Kick'' plus extra time to focus on a dance finale,
leg work and core sculpting.





Deep T issue Bodvwork is applied with the intention of accessing the
deeper layers of the body. Pressure is applied to resisting points in the
body until the resistance is released. Deep Tissue Massage helps with
chronic pain and injury rehabilitation.


Orthopedic Massage involves therapeutic assessment, manipulation and
movement of soft tissue to reduce pain and dysfunction. 7he focus is
on restoring structural balance throughout the body to promote both
prevention and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal dysfunctions.


Sprts Massage is designed to enhance athletic performance and recovery.
ere are three contexts in which Sports Massage can be useful to an
athlete: pre-event, post-event and injury treatment. Pre-event massage is
delivered at the performance site to establish blood flow and warm up the
muscles. Post-event massage serves to calm the nervous system and begin
the process of flushing toxins and waste products out of the body. Post-
event massage can re uce recovery time, enabling an athlete to resume
training much sooner than rest alone would allow.


Swedish Massage is a vigorous system of treatment designed to energize
the body by stimulating circulation. 7he strokes, all flowing toward the
heart, are used to manipulate the soft tissues of the body. MIhrapists use
a combination of kneading, rolling, percussive and tapping movements,
with the application of oil, reducing friction on the skin. Swedish
Massage benefits include generalized relaxation, dissolution of scar tissue
adhesions, and improved circulation, which may speed healing and
reduce swelling from injury.


30 MIN ANY TYPE

1 HOUR SWEDISH

1 HOUR DEEP TISSUE

1 HOUR ORTHOPEDIC


$30.00

$50.00

$55.00

$55.00

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$60.00

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TUESDAY -FRIDAY


3 1-HOUR SESSIONS

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$225.00


$155.00

$250.00


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* ALL 3 SESSIONS MUST BE USED WITHIN 3 MONTHS OF PURCHASE DATE
* ALL 5 SESSIONS MUST BE USED WITHIN 5 MONTHS OF PURCHASE DATE


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Women 's Water Polo is a fast-paced, dynamic sport that is exciting, aggressive and fun. Established
in 1993, the Women's Water Polo club has grown significantly in recent years. For the first time in
history, the 2009-2010 club was fortunate to have enough players for two teams.

The club allows for opportunities to compete nationally, as well as locally, specifically in the Southeast.
As part of the Collegiate Water Polo Association (CWPA), the club is required to compete in three
tournaments against teams in the Southeast division. Rhese tournaments determine national ranking
and ultimately decide which club competes at Nationals. Every season starting in 1993 and ending in
2008, the UF club placed first in the region and competed at Nationals.

During the 2009-2010 season, the club finished 2nd in the region. The club competed in a number
of tournaments to gain experience and practice. The team traveled to the UCF Knights Tournament
in Orlando, the Spring Fling Tournament at Florida State and the Irish Invitational at Notre Dame
University.

The 2010-2011 Women's Water Polo club has been working all summer and will continue to work
this fall to place first during its spring championship tournament. The team travels throughout the fall
and spring semester to several tournaments, including Notre Dame, UCF, Emory, Miami of Ohio and
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