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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: Summer 2008
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:: NOTE FROM THE DIRECTOR
THE team of professional and student leaders
for the DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
looks forward to providing UF's students with a
variety of recreational opportunities this summer.
Summer is an excellent time for students to explore
new activities. Have you considered visiting the
climbing wall at Lake Wauburg; playing racquetball;
starting a workout program with a personal trainer
at the Southwest Recreation Center? These are
just a few of the learning opportunities outside of
the classroom offered by RecSports. Develop your
leadership, communication and coping skills with
an Intramural Sports team. Check out the Web site
to learn more about recreation on campus and how
you can get involved. Let us know how we can help
you get active for a lifetime beginning this summer.


DAVID BOWLES
Director,
Department of Recreational Sports


CONTACTS


OFFICE
Administrative Offices
Aquatics
Broward Outdoor Recrea
Equipment Issue Desk
Florida Pool
Intramural Sports Office
Lake Wauburg
Membership Services


Southwest Recreation Center
Sport Clubs Office


PHONE
(352) 392-0581 x226
(352) 392-0581 x229
tion Ctr. (352) 273-1004
1352)392-1081 x223
: (352)'392-4772
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(352) 466-4112


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DAY FACILITY HOURS
MIIbnday - Friday . 4 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 2 p.m. - 10 p.m.


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A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE


ESTABLISHED in 1918, LAKE WAUBURG will be
celebrating its 90-year anniversary this summer.

IN 1918, the University YMCA purchased twenty
acres of land and water at the north end of Lake
Wauburg as a recreation center for University of
Florida students. The journey to the lake took about a
half day on a winding road with the danger of getting
stuck in the sand and mud.


with Student Government funding of $225,000
through special request funds. Features of the South
Shore include a 55-foot climbing wall and team
development course, two large pavilions and extensive
waterfront decking and docks. The area is now
primarily used for large group functions, water skiing,
disc golf and fishing and has been in continuous use
since 1985.

LAKE WAUBURG currently incorporates the two parks,
North and South, into one overall recreational facility
primarily for student use. Almost 65,ooo visitors
use this unique recreational resource each year. The
history of Lake Wauburg has seen the development of
a small portion of land used by the University YMCA
grow to one of the largest outdoor recreation centers
in the Southeast.


IN 1928 Dr. John Tigert became president of the
university. The University YMCA dissolved, and the
land was deeded to the University of Florida with the
understanding that the Union would administer the
facility. The Union took over the running of Lake
Wauburg (then Camp Wauburg) in 1936, and the
transfer of the property to the University of Florida
occurred in 1938. In 1939 a recreation center and a
small residence were built on the property. Today both
are renovated and currently in use.


IN 1962-63 Student Government acquired what is
currently known as Lake Wauburg South. This is
a 72-acre (30.2 acres under water) parcel of land,
which the Athletic Association had bought from
a private citizen in 1958. The Athletic Association
had envisioned it as a retreat facility and an area for
team use, but no development of the land occurred.
Development of Lake Wauburg South began in 1982


THE DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS,
Recreational Sports Advisory Board and the Division
of Student Affairs are developing plans for a retreat
center at the South Shore. With a look to the future,
the master plan for the center is in the final stages.
The University of Florida's Lake Wauburg Recreation
Center is known as one of the University's best kept
secrets and will continue to improve with the help of
the student body.

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:: ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS
LAKE WAUBURG is located eight miles south of campus
on Highway 441. Lake Wauburg North Park and
South Shore offer UF students, faculty and staff a
place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Many
activities are available, including wake/ski, sailing,
boating, challenge course, climbing wall, disc golf,
picnicking, swimming in the lake, sand volleyball,
soccer, football and more. Admission and activities are
free with your Gator i Card. A Gator i Cardholder
may bring up to four guests.
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ACTIVITY CAPTAINS' PRIORITY SECONDARY START/
MEETING t REGISTRATION REGISTRATION EVENT DATE
5-on-5 Basketball 14 at 7 p.m. May 15,8 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 16,9 a.m. - 5 p.m. May 19
Z League tion TBD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
Indoor Soccer May 14 at 7 p m. May 15. 8 a.m. - 5 p m. May 16 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. May 19
League � Location TBD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
T Weekend Softt 7 p.m. Opens: May 12 N/A May 30 - June 1
STournament : w inference Rm. Closes: May 28 at 5 p.m.
> Weekend Kickball . June 4 at 7 p.m. Opens: May 19 N A June 6 - June 7
Tournament " SWRC Conference Rm.. Closes: June 4 at 5 p m
Corn " June 9 Opens: May 27 N/A June 10
STour , SWI'^' ltUffle Rm. Closes: June 9 at 5 p.m.


ACTIVITY CAPTAINS' PRIORITY SECONDARY START/
MEETING REGISTRATION REGISTRATION EVENT DATE
S5-on-5 BaskeI July 15 p.m. July 3,8 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 7, 9a.m. - 5 p.m. July 9
League Loca BD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120

i League Location TBD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
Sand VolleybI July p p.m. July 3, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 7, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. July 10
League L Locati� SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
Softball League July 2 at 8:45 p.m July 3. 8 a.m - 5 p m July 7 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 9
SLocation TBD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
Ultimate F :30 p.m. July 3, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. July 7, 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. July 9
League location TBD SWRC Rm. 120 SWRC Rm. 120
Weekend July 16 at 7 p.m. Opens- July 1 N A July 18 - 20
1-Pitch Softball SWRC Conference Rm Closes: July 16 at 5 p.m
Tournament SWRC Rm. 120
Freshman Flag N/A N/A N/A July 21 at 7 p.m.
Football Clinic UVS Field
Weekend July 23 at 7 p.m. Opens. July I N A July 25 - 27
7-on-7 Freshman Flag SWRC Conference Rm.. Closes- July 23 at 5 p m
Football Tournament .SWRC Rm 120
t Free Agencs who wish to play Sunmmer A Basketball or Indoor Soccer should attend the captains'
meeting for that sport. Visit the Intramural Sports page at RECSPORTS.LFL.EDU [or more information.



'w4 LATo get PRIORITY' REGISTRATION for summer Intramural Sports, a team representative must be
present at the captains' meeting for the sport in which they wish to participate. Those teams -
S missing the captains' meeting may only register during SECONDARY REGISTRATION. i




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BECOME AN INTRAMURAL OFFICIAL


INFORMATIONAL SESSION
OFFICIALS AND SCOREKEEPERS
May 13th at 7 p.m. (Location TBD)

RULES CLINICS
INDOOR SOCCER
May 14 at 8 p.m. (Location TBD)
BASKETBALL
May 14 at 9 p.m. (Location TBD)


No experience necessary! If you are interested in
officiating a sport, attend the informational session
and xce %kill review exvervhing you need to kno\x
about working for Intramural Sports. Officials
and scorekeepers xxork Mlonday - Thursday [or the
Summer term and games Lisually take place from
s p.m. - i Ip.m. We offer a fun \xork environment,
ie\ible scheduling and compecinte pay. For more
information contact Steve Anderson, Intramural
Sports Coordinator, at STE\ENA(:'RECS(PORTS.LiFL.EDLi.


FRESHMAN FLAG FOOTBALL


:: PLAYERS' CLINIC
NE'X co LUF? Ever played Flag
Football? \\Want co learn? Come out
to the FRESHMAN FLAG FOOTB.xLL
CLINIC and learn the basics from our
Intramural sraff as x\ell as veteran
Intramural participants. \''ll revliex%
rules of the game, offensive and
defensive strategy and other kev
information to help you enjoy. your
experience.


GET INVOLVED

* Visit us at RECSPORTS.LIFL.EDU
* Come to our office at 120 SWRC
* Get information from the bulletin
boards outside the Intramural
Sports and Sport Clubs office
* Contact a member of the
Intramural Sports staff


E-mail IMSPORTSIiC'PECSPORTS.IJFL.EDLI


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:: WEEKEND TOURNAMENT
CAN'T get enough Hag football?
Looking forward to the fall season?
. \ell xwait no longer because Summer B
* marks the return of fag football with
the FRESHMAN FLAG FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT.
This single-elimination tournament is open to all Men's
and Co-Rec teams. To be eligible, your team must ha\e
at least two hfrst-ear LUF students freshmeni on the
playing field at all times. Freshmen are awarded bonus
points for scoring, thro wing or running in touchdown ns,
rewarding teams for introducing new participants
to Intramural Sports. For more information, visit the
Intramural Sports page at REC-PORTS.LiFL.EDU. 5


INTRAMLIRAL SPORTS is always offering activities for
students, faculty and staff at the Universirv of Florida.
\e encourage potential participants to try an\ activity
that interests them, including those they have never
participated in previously. There are plenty of wa\s
10 get in\olked. Attend a captains meeting, sign tup J
on a free agents list or talk to your friends and form
\our own team. All skill levels are \welcome and there
is no fee to participate. All you need is your valid
Gator 1 Card!


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MIND & BODY

ASH IANGA YOGA: Often called "eigh-limbed
\oga , ali 3itn ai fiIciuse on cLtjnsini t[he mind
and bi-dv using che uiiavi breath and drishri
gaze. The firs hcar-buildin-g series serves Eo
purin- tii. bodv, v.hile the next seric:s scr\c
[o cicanse the mind.
I-LTHA- YoG.: 111is "voua fr health' class v. ill
eaJe \,our mind and develop mental clarin-
trl\ard srLngrh. fle'.ibilir- and relaxation.
Breathing, postures and stress mianaL'ement
\Ill serve as the foundation in [li centuries-
old form of exercise. Ba:ic and intermediace
pose, ih ill bc c-ovtrecd.
IRON YOGA: Incicase \our isometnric irrengrhl
b\ incorporating [he use -f light hand
S\eighrs and variouss rtcsiance equipment to_
add intcnsi[\ E U strengi h poses.
PIL\TES: A mia-bascd hfines-pilates class, [liar
emiphadIZLscscentil kills r proper \cxUution
of mno\eents. Act.ivate isolate, and stabilize
deep core muicll, while impro\inL' po%[urc.
flexibiliny, balance and overall bod\ .rreng~h.
The bigger challenge of the class derives from
the concentration of the mind, breathing and
precision.


Po\\ER TGA: A more advanced energetic Hov, ing
sCequence of postureL: and poses. Focuses on using
breathing techniques ro nim e rapidl i r.m one
poi e o another Classes focu- on bod v eight
bearing cxrc�ies~ , [orso stability\ and iniermcdiatc .
balance.
T.u C-i: Slov. evcnlh paced movements connected
x\ith the breath and mind co rrcengthen and
harmonizCe he body and spirit. The Chinese arc of
Tai Chi focuse ion correct alignment and relaxation.
core principles of form and development, and
moving qi' or energyI throughout the energetic
path as of the bod . Beginning and advanced
classes o treed.
VINIAS-X YbO .A: \inva.s. literally translates Eto
"breath-s\nchronized movement.' Exploie \our
inner landscape as your breath and bod V, iork
harmoniously as one.
YOGA BASICS: Beginner, can become acquainted
vwith yoga posture, lOrm and breach. kStp into a
class designed to put you at case arnd teach Iou tL c
peace \, iga has to otffr.
YOGA/PILATES: Utilize the core coordination and
center body control of pilates with the added
flexibility of yoga. These two mind/body formats
fuse together to give you the best of both worlds.


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I ci F 30: This ;i minuire I cing class has dual
purposes. The beginrnr can learn about the cycling
journey\ and t'er accustomed to the bike. An
experienced clist can 0ocii( , on a high iinten-sin
i cardio v' oirkout in a shorter aniounti of timic.
CYCIF 45/60: Ride your v.aa through rolling hills,
steep climbs false Hars and sprints. to make this
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/CARD1O


ADVANCED STEP: One hour of advanced step
choreography with intense cardiovascular conditioning.
Requires a solid knowledge base of step choreography.
Box BOOTCaMP: Fast paced, action-packed, high-
energy class. Combines the intensity and quick
movements of kickboxing with strength exercises,
circuit training and endurance drills to improve your
agility and cardio\as'cular fitness h\lilc ngaging in an
intense r,-,tal b ,dv -,'..irkOLIt.
CARDIo Sctill-: For the etcient exerciser v'.ho want's
cardio and '[trciinh raining in one se-'Mion. Rsis.itancc
training v. ill be combined \ith \ariou. cardio formats.


KICKBOXING: Integrate punches, kicks and combinations
into this high-intensity cardiovascular workout.
KICKBox & SCULPT: Combines the skills and
choreography of a kickboxing class with the sport-
specific strength training routine that focuses on the
musculature involving kickboxing movements.
STEP: High intensity movements with fun step
combination on adjustable plaornms. Cas emphasizes'
form and techniqLtc in dccail.
STEP & SCULLPT: Combining the clt-mcnt: of strength
rainingg andd cardio\ascular endurance using thI step
and various. res'iscancc equipment.


STRENGTH


ABS & GLUTES: Thirty minutes of strength training that
emphasize- the :ibdominals, back and glutes.
CORE: (7Core classes FOCL u on srrengchcrning abdominal
and lateial fexoi'r, baAk exctnsors and corc stabilizcr:- uo
improve corso appearance and func[iotn.
EXTREME CIRCLUIT: An intense combination i: ,rengli
[raining \v.ilh cardiovascular comiponent.i. Learn hov. to
niaximize workout efficiency\ by training ait a high level
of intensir. Space i, limited duc to close super ision.
ON THE BALL: Ball \'ork primarily utilizing the stabilin
ball alo-,ng with \ 'clghc and bands to challenge your


balance, strength and flexibility with an
emphasis. on posture and core
stabilization .
TOIAL BODY: A strength training class
that larger, all ihe maior muscle groups,
using hand "\eights, resistance tubing.
bands, body\ eight and body bars.
SAQTRAINING: Circuit_,, agilirv drills
and pliometrics \will diversity 'Lour
training to imaximnize \our Speed,
Agility and Qutickness.


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DANCE


BELLY DANCE: A Corm oFnlMddle Eastern dance focusing
un the movements of the hips and abdominal.
C.UPOEIR: A traditional Afro-Brazili.in arr Firm that
combines dance, martial arts, acrobatics and Brazilian
music. Lapcira is based on rhch tnic movemeniets hat
increase cof e strength, balance, endurance, texibiirl ,
and coordination, providing a culturally creamti total
bod\ v orkoult.
GATOR Hir Hop: Cardi,,. ascular dance using sharp
specific nioc'.llicint 1[0 current popular music.


LITIN SPICF: A ;. v-orkoit with spice,
incorporating Latin rhythm and
cardiovascular exercise to create
an aerobic routine that is Fun
and caY to b llo \.
URBXN Hir Hop: Inspired by
mo110es ' I`th off the streets,
learn nev. dance routines that
are bound to impress.


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SUMMER A CLASS SCHEDULE


TIME ROOM : MONDAY : TUESDAY :WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
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:: RECREATIONAL SWIMMING
RECREATIONAL swimming is a great way to relax
while enjoying an cxcelllent fullkout. Visit
the STEPHEN C. 0 Co NN.JLgL TEiR OP'CiLilocared
inside the Stephen C. OConnell Center on the lower
level between Gates 2 and 3. Visit the Aquatics page
at RECSPORTS.UFL.EDU for closings due to scheduled
special even ti.


DAY
Monday - Friday

Saturday
Sunday


:POOL HOURS
11:30 a.m.- 1:45 p.m.
7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Closed
6:30 D.m. - 9:30 D.m.


CLOSED FOR MAINTENANCE


ADULT SWIM INSTRUCTION


IF you have always wanted to learn how to swim,
now is the perfect time to do it! RecSports offers the
ADULT LEARN TO SwIM class for non-swimmers and
beginning swimmers. Thinking about becoming a
more efficient and stronger swimmer, while learning
1 new strokes and improving your technique? Then
the STROKE DEVELOPMENT class is for you! For more
information, visit the Aquatics page at
RF(tECSPOR1T)r.i'FL.EDUL. Se \OLU a[ the pool!

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SWIMMING INSTRUCTION SCHEDULE
Monday nights at the Stephen C. O'Connell Center
Pool. Each class is 30 minutes long.

ADULT LEARN TO SWIM - 7 p.m. or 8 p.m.

STROKE DEVELOPMENT - 7:30 p.m. or 8:30 p.m.


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:: FITNESS FACILITIES
THE DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS
consists of three satellite fitness facilities on campus:
Southwest Recreation Center, Student Recreation &
Fitness Center and O'Connell Center. These facilities
contain a variety of cardiovascular equipment,
variable resistance machines and free weights to
meet your fitness needs. Each facility is staffed with
trained Fitness Supervisors to ensure the safety of
all participants and assist with any fitness related
questions.


BECOME A CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER


PERSONAL TRAINING COURSE
* All classes held at SWRC
* Class begins May 19
* Classes held every Monday &
Wednesday from 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.


* Early registration required - plea
e-mail TAYLORL@RECSPORTS.UFL.EDU
* Spots are limited - register early


THE DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL SPORTS has partnered
with the American Council on Exercise to provide a PERSONAL
TRAINING PREP COURSE for University of Florida students. The
course is free of charge, with the exception of discounted study
materials and exam fee.


ase RECSPORTS is always hiring personal trainers; visit the Strength
& Conditioning page at RECSPORTS.UFL.EDU for current
information. All RecSports personal trainers are nationally
certified; visit the Web site for a list of acceptable certifications.
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HANDBALL


SAs a member of the HANDBALL club, individuals
can obtain a cardiovascular workout, improve
hand-eye coordination, increase agility and relieve
stress. Handball is similar to racquetball but the
hand is used instead to hit the ball. Club members
have the opportunity to both travel and socialize
through practice and tournaments. All skill levels
are encouraged to attend practices, which are held
three times per week. Practices include warming up
properly, working on drills and competing in singles
and doubles games. Opportunities exist for new
members to receive individual attention to learn the
, basics of the game and develop their skills.
. THE Handball club competes in several tournaments
throughout the year which are held all over Florida
and the Southeast. Individual titles have been
obtained at state, regional and national tournaments
consistently since the club's founding in 2004.
A National tournament is held every year. The
Handball Club has been successful, becoming 200oo6
and 2oo8 Division II National Champions.


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WAK . ,: SKI club .. as fiLunded in I 0iQ [o enh.anLe
opportunities ir v-.aerskiing and \..akeboarding
aJ UF. This club offers [he opportunin to
increase ind i idua.ls *kills and allh,\ fir collegiate
competition. Club member\ practice tv. ice per
week at Lake \Xauiburg. Competitions arc held
throughout Florida and the Southeast.
THE team boasts an impressive competition
record, earning the title of World Wakeboarding
Association Collegiate Wakeboard National
Champions in 2003 and 2006.


*I IN the spring, the club hosts WAKEFEST, an all-day
- invitational at Lake Wauburg which draws collegiate
riders from schools in Florida and all over the
nation. At this event there is a chance to ride, listen
Sto live bands, win prizes and make new friends who
share your interests.


WRESTLING


THE WRESTLING CLUB is comprised of both male and
female athletes. The club is focused on working hard
while having fun during practice and competitions.
From October to March the club competes in the
National Collegiate Wrestling Association league in a
folk wrestling style. During the summer, wrestling is
focused on freestyle, Greco-Roman and beach.
THRIUtGHOUT L he \ear, the ceam compete, in Florida
and [he Southeasr. Rccenr accomnplishmenc; tor the
club include placing in ever- tournament the\ entered
during :r,o--S, a third place finish tor the %\omen and
22 " Ot or .'So eaiims tir the men at NC\\A Nationals.
PRA IIt Es are focLused on f
teaching o0e,_sIe, -going
through drill and
competing in matchc�
ag.iinc one aiioihcr.
Beginning v.resrler, LA


are encouraged to come to practice at the beginning
in order to receive individualized attention.
CLUB wrestlers work hard to promote their sport by
volunteering to instruct children's
summer clinics and helping to
organize the intramural wrestling
tournament held at UF in
February in conjunction
(,ith rheir o,-n club
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