Beat the Quarantine Blues by Staying Active!
Campus Recreation and Wellness has created a number of programs and educational resources
for students, faculty and staff to participate in whether they're at home or out in
their own yard.
Explore our virtual programs, resources, and wellness challenges. Follow us on these
social media accounts to see all of our programming.
Virtual Fitness Programming
Campus Recreation and Wellness currently has a YouTube channel that has a variety
of home workouts for individuals to enjoy. Access all our videos via our YouTube Channel or click on the video below and navigate to our YouTube channel by selecting the
YouTube icon in the bottom right of the video. Enjoy!
Are you interested in working with a certified Personal Trainer? All personal training sessions
will begin in a virtual platform. Packages can be purchased at myrec.wcu.edu. Keep
an eye out for updates on our package offerings!
Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. If you experience
any symptoms of weakness, unsteadiness, lightheadedness or dizziness, chest pain or
pressure, nausea, or shortness of breath, stop immediately. Consult with your healthcare
professional to design an appropriate exercise prescription tailored to your needs.
The Group X Schedule has transitioned to a hybrid platform. This means that all classes,
aside from cycle, are offered both in-person and virtually. The in-person class capacity
is 8 patrons. It is recommended to bring an additional face covering and mat or towel.
To purchase your Group X pass, visit myrec.wcu.edu to sign up today and receive the class link for access! The Spring 2021 schedule has been updated!
Virtual Intramural Recreational Sports Programming
For more information and to sign up for Intramural Recreational Sports, go to WCU IMLeagues. Please contact Kelsey Jones, Assistant Director for Intramural Recreational Sports,
at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.
Spring 2021 Schedule - Coming Soon!
Virtual Outdoor Programming
Outdoor Programs is still your home to human powered adventure at WCU! To learn more
about our Spring 2021 virtual offerings and to register, please check out myrec.wcu.edu .
Tips for Social Distancing Outdoors
Here is some helpful advice from Outdoor Programs on how to get outside while social
- Stay local. Now is not the time to go on that next big adventure. Traveling long distances
can further spread the virus. Try exploring your local trails and parks.
- Let’s meet up. Try to meet others at your destination and maintain social distancing
once you arrive. It's better not to travel inside a car with others. Riding your bike is also a great option!
- Avoid busy times on the weekends and afternoons. Fewer people out and about will reduce
your likelihood of coming in contact with the virus.
- Avoid in-person interactions in stores, gas stations, restaurants, etc., when getting
supplies and traveling to your local destinations.
- Keep it clean. Bring some portable hand sanitizer with you to keep your hands clean.
Whenever possible, wash with good old fashioned soap (antibacterial) and water.
- Make good choices. If in doubt, err on the side of caution. The great outdoors isn’t
Articles and Resources about social distancing outdoors
Other Outdoor Resources:
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provided are not affiliated with WCU or WCU Campus Recreation and Wellness. Remember
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