Looking to unwind from the stress of exams? Tired of waiting for the sun to come back to start getting into your summer workout routine? Looking to tap into your motivation for something other than essay writing or grading? Look no further than Carleton Athletics! Come workout with our talented fitness trainers, dance teachers, yoga instructors and more!
This week’s classes include a TABATA HIIT class Monday at 6 PM in the multipurpose room. This type of class is described as:
“Short, effective and intense – this form of interval training will improve both your aerobic and anaerobic endurance. Tabata training is working at an intensity level that is as hard and as fast as you can physically go. You perform 20 seconds of all-out effort followed by 10 seconds of rest. This is repeated for eight sets, equaling just about 4 minutes of actual workout time (per exercise). The results were so striking that this type of training was named after its creator, Dr. Izumi Tabata, hence ‘Tabata’ training. This is one heck of a way to challenge yourself and take your fitness to the next heart-pumping level.”
Not interested in a serious sweat? Come to ELDOA Yoga and re-align your spine with a mix of yoga positions designed to challenge and strengthen your back and core muscles. Bend and stretch your spine back into line after curling over the books and your screen for the last 3 weeks! This class is on Wednesday, April 17 at 12:05 PM in the Yoga Studio.
Hope to CU there!
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