Special Programs and Events
Campus Recreation and the National Exercise Trainers Association (NETA), a non-profit fitness professional association, are co-sponsoring the following nationally-recognized workshops:
Indoor Cycling Specialty Certification
Saturday August 5, 2017, 8 a.m.- 3 p.m., FRC Room #3
NETA's new indoor group cycling certificate covers all of the basics of teaching cycling classes including getting started, setting up the room, managing a variety of situations (dealing with new and experienced participants, late arrivals, broken equipment, etc.). Participants learn the many body positions for a safe and challenging ride, contraindications, terminology, class formatting, music selection, cuing and more. A special section has been added to determine exercise intensity. Credits: 7 NETA, .6 ACE, 4.5 AFAA, .6 NASM
Workshop fee: $169 (discounts available to CREC staff members)
HIIT, Tabata & Rest-Based Training Workshop
Sunday August 6, 2017, 8 a.m. 1 p.m., FRC Room #3
Recent research has demonstrated the many benefits of high intensity interval training (HIIT). Tabata and Rest-Based training are among the HIIT protocols that have gained recent popularity. Discover the truth about HIIT and learn how to develop interval workouts to accommodate participants with a variety of goals. This workshop will help you to bridge the gap between exercise science and interval programming. Be prepared to test your limits! Credits: 5
Workshop fee: $119 (discounts available to CREC staff members)
To register: Call 800-237-6242 or online at www.netafit.org
Fall semester: Thursday, August 31, through Thursday, September 7, in the Fitness & Recreation Center.
What’s free during FREE WEEK? All group fitness classes, body composition measures, and fitness consultations with a personal trainer! Sign up at FRC front desk for body comps and fitness consults, by appointment only. Find the current fitness class schedule online or posted around the Fitness & Recreation Center. This offer is open to UM employees, affiliates, retirees and eligible adult dependents with Griz Cards.
Greening Thumbs is a series of free staff and faculty gardening workshop program sponsored by UM Dining and Campus Recreation. Sign up through the online registration portal.
Session 1: Garden Planning
Tuesday, March 14, 12:15-1 p.m., FRC Conference Room
Set your garden up for success. We’ll cover the basics of plant families, crop rotation, succession planting, and balancing varieties.
Session 2: Soil and Fertility
Tuesday, April 11, 12:15-1 p.m., Lommasson Gardens
Learn about soil health, conditions and testing, and how to build a happy underground ecosystem.
Session 3: Composting and Vermiculture
Tuesday, May 2, 12:15-1 p.m., Lommasson Gardens
Get started with the basics of a healthy home compost system, or find out how to improve your current compost.
Open to the general public, this is an annual two-hour dance event that benefits the Missoula Food Bank. Participants bring at least one non-perishable food item as entry.