Members of the Boise State Recreation Center can take instructional training classes for free this semester.
The Rec Center will be offering ‘Free Class Week’ during the week of March 18 to 22.
These fitness sessions normally cost members anywhere from $30- $60; participants can drop-in on any class during this free week without paying or registering.
This “Free Class Week” hosts eight different fitness classes on different days during the week.
The offered instructional classes include boxing, swimming, climbing, TRX and bootcamp training.
Students and staff can use this opportunity to test different fitness classes before committing to the regular session, which begins in April.
During the regular fitness session, participants work for six weeks—usually one or two days per week, lasting an hour or more.
This year’s second session of fitness training runs from April 1 to May 10.
Both the “Free Class Week” and the regular sessions—with the exception of the swim class—take place in the group exercise rooms on the second floor of the Rec Center.
For a full list of the classes offered, or to register for the regular sessions, visit the Student Recreation Center website at rec.boisestate.edu/.