Fitness4Finals

science for final success


Join a PEX class

Space is limited. Register to reserve your spot now. If you cannot attend, be sure to cancel your reservation.

 

Monday, May 2nd 

 

Zumba Party - 10:00am - MPE #300

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Cardio Kickboxing - 11:30am - MPE #300

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Cardio Kickboxing - 1:00pm - MPE #300

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Self Defense - 4:00pm - Online

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Tuesday, May 3rd 

 
Yoga - 8:30am - Online
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Yoga - 10:00am - Online

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Jogging - 10:00am - SRWC Track Register Here
Basketball - 11:30am - MPE South Gym Register Here
Aikido - 6:00pm - Online Register Here
Wednesday, May 4th  
PEX 169-1001 Yoga 8:30am - Online Register Here
PEX 169-1002 Yoga 10:00am - Online Register Here
PEX 169-1002 Yoga 11:30am - Online Register Here 
 Thursday, May 5th 
 
Conditioning for Women - 4:00pm - SRWC #2015 Register Here
  • Beginners are welcome.
  • For online classes, you will receive an email with the link to the class on Zoom from the instructor.
  • Space is limited. Please cancel your reservation if your schedule changes.
  • If you are making up another PEX class or are using this for an F4F assignment, you are expected to come on time and stay to the end of class.
  • Email sharon.jalene@unlv.edu with any questions or issues with access.

F4F Events Anytime

 

 

 

Cardio Crazy with Mike Waters

Phase1 YouTube

 Upper Body Workout with Mike Waters

Phase1 YouTube

Workout with Mike Waters

Phase1 YouTube

Mental Organization

Dr. Jalene

 mp3 link

Perspective 

Dr. Jalene

mp3 link

Nurture

Dr. Jalene

mp3 link

Sleep Now

Dr. Jalene

mp3 link

 

** Email sharon.jalene@unlv.edu with any questions or issues with access. DO NOT use this recording while driving. You will be directed to close your eyes, so make sure you are able to relax for 30 minutes or more.

 

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Students who meet

vigorous physical activity recommendations in colleges are less likely to report stress and poor mental health.

(VanKin & Nelson, 2013)