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8.7.20 to 5.30.21
Facility Policies & Procedures
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Some of our policies and procedures have changed in alignment with state, local, and University guidelines. Certain activities, amenities, and facilities may be unavailable or available in a modified capacity. Please visit recwell.umd.edu/keepmoving for the most up-to-date information on our facilities. 

2.27.21
Green Screen Alert
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All UMD students, faculty & staff entering RecWell facilities will be required to Show Us Your Green Screen at the entrance to RecWell buildings. Green screens can be accessed at return.umd.edu, check my status. 

4.24.21
Outdoor Aquatic Center open
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The Outdoor Aquatic Center will open for the season April 24. Daily 12pm - 7pm

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Mon - Thurs10am - 10pm
Friday10am - 10pm
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Member Services Desk
Mon - Thurs10am - 9pm
Friday10am - 9pm
Saturday10am - 9pm
Sunday10am - 9pm
Badminton
Mon - Thurs10am - 10pm
Friday10am - 10pm
Saturday10am - 10pm
Sunday10am - 10pm
Sneakers Cafe
Mon - Thurs11am - 9pm
Friday11am - 9pm
Saturday11am - 9pm
Sunday11am - 9pm
Natatorium
Mon - Thurs10am - 9:30pm
Friday10am - 9:30pm
Saturday10am - 9:30pm
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Facility
Mon - Fri10am - 7pm
Saturday10am - 7pm
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Member Services Desk
Mon - Fri10am - 6pm
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Badminton
Mon - Fri10am - 7pm
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Sunday10am - 7pm
Sneakers Cafe
Mon - Fri11am - 6pm
Saturday11am - 6pm
Sunday11am - 6pm
Natatorium
Mon - Fri10am - 6:30pm
Saturday10am - 6:30pm
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Opening August 3
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Mon - Fri
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Facility
Mon - Fri10am - 7pm
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Member Services Desk
Mon - Fri10am - 6pm
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Badminton
Mon - Fri10am - 7pm
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Sneakers Cafe
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Badminton
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Opening August 3
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OAC opens for the season April 24.
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Outdoor pool will be closed for the season beginning October 12.
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Outdoor pool will be closed for the season. The OAC will reopen April 24.
Outdoor pool will be closed for the season. The OAC will reopen April 24.
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Climbing Wall closed for the season. The wall will reopen 03/08
Climbing Wall closed for the season. The wall will reopen 03/08Sun - Fri
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Climbing Wall closed for the season. The wall will reopen 03/084pm - 8pm
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The Climbing Wall closes for the season beginning November 20
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Climbing Wall closed for the season.
Climbing Wall closed for the season.
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Mon 10am - 1pm
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Mon 10am - 4pm
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Mon - Fri10am - 1pm
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Mon - Fri10am - 10pm
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UMD Faculty/Staff Only
Mon - Fri6am - 9am
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Mon - Fri4:30pm - 6:30pm
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All RecWell Members
Mon - Fri1pm - 4:30pm
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Closed for remainder of fall 2020
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Basketball
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shooting baskets only
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Virtual Fitness and Workouts

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Move Your Way, Terps

Physical activity improves your health and immune system, boosts your mood, reduces your stress and more! Stay active and keep your body moving with free online virtual fitness programs from RecWell fitness instructors and perosnal trainers, RecWell partners and other fitness resources. With endless options like yoga, interval training, dance, barre, strength training, and more you can keep moving your favorite way virtually!

Virtual Fitness Resources

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Join RecWell Group Fitness Instructors for LIVE classes on our UMD Fitness YouTube channel. Weekly live class schedule coming soon! If you cannot make the live classes, you can find the recording uploaded to our YouTube channel within 24 hours.

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Access a variety of group fitness classes with your favorite RecWell Instructors on our YouTube channel. New videos are added often so make sure you subscribe!

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RecWell has partnered with Les Mills to provide you access to all Les Mills classes virtually on their Les Mills On Demand (LMOD) platform free for 60 days! You will be prompted to enter credit card information, but you can cancel before being charged if you do not wish to continue with access to LMOD after 60 days. However, after your 60 day trial is completed you can continue with LMOD via the RecWell Affiliate discounted rate of $9.99 per month. Plus, $2 of your membership comes back to RecWell for group fitness equipment improvements, like our new incoming BodyPump equipment! Click the button below to get started! Please note, if you have previously utilized LMOD, you must enter a different email address than you utilized previously.

 

In a bind for time? Access a limited number of shorter Les Mills workouts below as well.

Contact Tami Lee at tamilee@umd.edu with questions.

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Personal trainers are now available for virtual training sessions over Zoom. These sessions can help you build a routine, redefine your home workout, and hold you accountable. Sessions purchased online are interchangeable with in-person sessions, so you can choose when to come in and when to stay virtual. 

View our session packages and registration form here.

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RecWell's Couch to 5K/10K program is designed to provide you with the training plans, resources and support to walk or run a virtual 5K (March 5-7) and/or 10K (April 23-25). Training starts January 25, so sign-up now to receive your welcome email, training plans and invitation to the Facebook support group. For more information and to sign-up, click below:

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RecWell Personal Trainers have developed a 5-week virtual training program to keep you moving at home. The program provides a 5-week calendar, workouts, and videos for every exercise. To receive the training program for FREE, request access to the program materials using the button below. Please use your UMD email address for verification.

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Aim for 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity and two days of strength training each week to improve both your immediate and long-term physical and mental health. Move more by engaging in physical activities that you enjoy, like dancing, gardening, hiking, virtual group fitness classes, lifting weights, and more. Each and every minute of physical activity adds up! Following just a single bout of physical activity, you can experience immediate health benefits like better sleep, boosted mood, improved focus, and lower stress levels. Find out more about the recommendations and benefits of physical activity!

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Did you know that Barre was created by a Jewish ballerina named Lotte Berk after injuring her back? Originally from Germany, Lotte was forced to flee her home in 1930 when Nazism and Anti-Semitism was on the rise. Despite the trials she faced making a new life in a new country and battling her injury, Berk created the popular Barre workout system that is practiced widely across the United States and Europe today. Specifically, Berk created Barre by mixing her ballet barre routines and her rehabilitative exercise therapy regimen. Barre utilizes resistance bands, hand weights, yoga straps and exercise balls and focuses on small, pulsing movements with light resistance to help participants develop strength, balance and stability. UMD Fitness is proud to offer Barre to our Active Terps community. If you are interested in trying out Barre, check out our class schedule in our bio, which has resumed fully. The last video clip is an example of some moves from the leg segment of a Barre class, courtesy of our instructor Natalie L.  Thanks for tuning in to our Spring Origins series. We hope you learned something new and are excited to try one of our classes this semester and beyond!
Did you know that Zumba originated in Colombia, South America? Zumba incorporates multiple dance styles including Cumbia, Salsa, and Merengue. The Salsa originated in Cuba with influences from Spain and Africa, and Merengue originated in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, with some influences from Venezuela as well! Merengue used to be a folk dance that eventually evolved into a ballroom style dance. Zumba classes pair various types of Latin American music and dance moves, as well as music from other cultures, to create a fun, energizing cardiovascular workout! UMD Fitness is proud to offer Zumba to our Active Terps community. If you are interested in trying out Zumba, check out our in-person class schedule in our bio, which will resume on April 5th. The last video clip is an example of some moves you would see in a Zumba class, courtesy of our instructor Izzy M!  Tune in next week to hear more about the origins of some of our other group fitness classes.
Attention, Active Terps! The April/May BodyPump Rental Period is coming soon! The rental form opens TOMORROW, don’t miss your last chance to rent BodyPump equipment for the semester! The BodyPump equipment rental program is a collaboration between UMD Fitness and @umdadventure. All payment and pick-up will be contactless at the Adventure Program. In order to learn more and reserve your equipment, please click the link in our bio! *Please note that quantities are limited and approved upon availability.
Did you know that Les Mills BodyCombat is inspired by 7 different fighting styles? These fighting styles include Karate, Taekwondo, Muy Thai, Boxing, Kickboxing, Capoeira and Kung Fu. Karate originated in Japan in the late 16th century, and has a strong focus on power strikes and sharp movements (called kata). Taekwondo originated in Korea, and is one of the oldest forms of martial arts that dates back roughly 2,000 years. Taekwondo has a heavier emphasis on kicking compared to other fighting styles. Muy Thai, the national sport of Thailand, was developed hundreds of years ago as a form of close combat. It is referred to as “the art of 8 limbs,” which focuses on using the entire body as a weapon (including the elbows and knees that are so heavily used in track 7). Boxing originated in Egypt but was made popular in ancient Greece, and involves fighting with the fists (seen in your heavy punching tracks - often track 3). Generally fighters wear padded gloves and fight in 3 minute rounds. Kickboxing originated in Japan and is a Japanese hybrid martial art that combines elements of punching and kicking and focuses on using trained energy, agility, and reflexes to dominate your opponent. Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art which has 3 parts: dance, game, fight. It was developed by enslaved Africans in Brazil in the 16th century, with the goal being to outmaneuver your opponent (this style focuses more on offense than other fighting styles). Finally Kung Fu, which literally means “achievement through great effort”, originated in China and utilizes kicks, blocks, and open and closed hand strikes for self defense. UMD Fitness is proud to offer Les Mills BodyCombat to our Active Terps community. If you are interested in trying out Les Mills BodyCombat, check out our class schedule in our bio. The last video clip is an example of some moves you would see in a BodyCombat class, featuring instructor Asia W. Tune in next week to hear more about the origins of some of our other group fitness classes!