Fitness4Finals

science for final success


Our mission is to encourage physical activity as a scientifically validated

strategy to improve academic performance.  

According to research, an active lifestyle promotes physical and mental health, reduces stress and anxiety, and can improve cognition.

Study Week -  F4F Events

 

 

 

 

Raffle and Survey

Opens at 12 am 11/30 Closes at 11 am 12/4

Monday, 11/30

 

 

Bodyweight Bootcamp with Micah - PEX

8 AM Pre-register at this link*

Workout with Mike Waters

Phase 1 Sports

Open now - recorded May, 2020 Phase1 YouTube

Zumba - UNLV Campus Rec

4:30 PM UNLV Campus Rec YouTube

Relax - Dr. Jalene

 Opens on the F4F Homepage at 6 am - 15 minute daily meditation Available all day

Tuesday, 12/1

 

 

HIIT Workout with

Micah - PEX

8:30 AM Pre-register at this link*

Guided Meditation - Anne White

1 PM Enter the Google Meet at this link

Upper Body Workout

Phase 1 Sports

 

Open now - recorded May, 2020 Phase1 YouTube

Wednesday, 12/2

 

 

Wednesday Workput with Micah - PEX 11 am Pre-register at this link*
Focus & Organize - Dr. Jalene See details from 11/30 Available all day
Zumba - UNLV Campus Rec 4:30 PM UNLV Campus Rec YouTube

Thursday 12/3

 

 

HIIT Workout with

Micah - PEX

8:30 AM

Pre-register at this link*

Nurture - Dr. Jalene

See details from 11/30 Available all day

Cardio Crazy

Phase 1 Sports

Open now - recorded May, 2020 P1 YouTube
Jiu Jitsu  - UNLV Campus Rec 4:30 PM UNLV Campus Rec YouTube

Friday, 12/4

   

15 minutes of HIIT with

Micah - PEX

11 am

Pre-register at this link*

Sleep - Dr. Jalene

See details from 11/30

Available all day

HIIT - UNLV Campus Rec 4:30 PM UNLV Campus Rec YouTube
Raffle and Survey Opens at 12 am 11/30 Closes at 11 am 12/4

  * PEX classes by Micah require pre-registration. Micah will email you the link for the class and any further instruction.

 


Check out some tips:

    ✏ for Stress Reduction

    ✏ for Studying

    ✏ and some Campus Resources

  

Students who meet

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

(VanKin & Nelson, 2013)