Whether you have a specific fitness goal to reach, want to have fun working out with friends, or just need to blow off some steam, we’re here to help! Click on a tab below for more information about the service or program that interests you. Please contact fitness coordinator Kourtney Reneau at Kourtney.firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding fitness programs.
Who can Participate in group fitness classes?
Any current HSU student, alumni, faculty or staff member, or spouse can participate in group fitness classes. Each class is led by a certified group fitness instructor.
Group fitness is a great option for participants who want to make group fitness their main source of physical activity. This convenient and affordable option also allows participants to supplement their main fitness activities. All levels of experience are welcome, and our instructors can modify exercises based on your specific needs!
How do I sign up?
A group fitness pass (additional membership) is required to attend all classes. You can purchase this pass at the front desk of the Fletcher Fitness Center.
- Faculty, Staff and Alumni: $35 for unlimited classes (1 semester)
- Students: $20 for unlimited classes (1 semester)
- Drop-In Classes: $3 per class
What class formats are offered?
Yoga Sculpt is an upbeat and challenging combination of power yoga, core training and cardio. Through the addition of weighted exercises and cardio to yoga flow sequences, Yoga Sculpt targets each muscle group to provide a full-body workout designed to strengthen your yoga practice and burn calories.
This class is designed to develop both strength and endurance through high-intensity interval and circuit training. Bootcamp-style fitness equipment is used to help participants obtain optimal performance.
This heart rate-based class incorporates chest straps with biometric sensors to track your heart rate and effort. This real-time training monitoring makes classes competitive and engaging while building a collaborative environment.
With a strong emphasis on proper form, this foundational class will teach you the basic movements of weight training, providing options to keep things challenging as you build strength.
What are the Group Exercise Policies?
- All participants must have an HSU UREC membership (Faculty, Staff, Student, Alumni, and Spouse) to participate in a group exercise class.
- Members must always check-in at the front desk of the fitness center before attending the class. When members check-in at the front desk, they will receive a colored card. This card must be given to the instructor when entering the class.
- Members will be asked to fill out a PAR-Q prior to attending their first class.
- Fitness classes are available on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Once the class reaches maximum capacity, members will not be allowed to attend.
- If you are more than 5 minutes late to any fitness class, it is up to the instructor to allow members to participate. It is highly encouraged that you show up 10 minutes before class starts.
- All group exercise classes are subject to cancellation for University Holidays, emergencies, and weather restrictions. An email will be sent to all group exercise participants on cancellations.
Why should I work with a personal trainer?
- To create a safe, effective, personalized exercise program for me.
- To help me correct bad habits that may be inhibiting my success.
- To help me build strength, improve definition, and perfect movement patterns.
- To help me develop an overall healthier lifestyle.
- To keep me motivated and educated.
What are my options for personal training?
Individual Training Sessions: The traditional approach to personal training- one-on-one sessions with just you and your personal trainer. This option guarantees that you will have your trainer’s undivided attention, and your personal fitness program will be designed with your specific goals and needs in mind.
Group/Buddy Training Sessions: Grab a friend and one of our personal trainers to begin achieving your health and fitness goals together. For maximum effectiveness, we recommend you have partners that have similar fitness goals and be of similar fitness levels. Participants must register and exercise together. Prices are listed per person.
- All sessions are 1 hour in length unless otherwise specified.
- Personal training sessions are non-refundable, non-transferable, and expire 6 months from the date of purchase.
- Guests are asked to cancel at least 24hrs in advance of the schedules training session. Failure to contact your trainer can result in forfeiture of a session.
- Sessions that begin late due to the client not being on time will end one hour from the schedules start time.
Student Training Packages
|Individual 60 min||Individual 45 min||Buddy 60 min||Group (3-4 participants) 60 min|
Fac/Staff/Alumni Training Packages
|Individual 60 min||Individual 45 min||Buddy 60 min||Group (3-4 participants) 60 min|
Want all the benefits of personal training for a more affordable cost? Personalized programming is perfect for you!
Work directly with a personal trainer to design a workout program specific to your fitness and wellness goals. With this option, you don’t have to worry about scheduling around your trainer’s availability because you will be completing the program on your own time!
How much does personalized programming cost?
- 2 weeks: $45
- 4 weeks: $90
- 8 weeks: $175
- 12 weeks: $265
- 16 weeks: $350
What is included in the price?
- Weekly check-ins with your trainer.
- Up to 5 workouts every week.
- Initial consultation to discuss goals and program ideas.
What is small group training?
Small group training consists of one trainer working with a group of 3 to 8 clients. Keeping the group to an 8-person max allows the personal trainer to build a connection with each individual while also giving proper attention to each participant’s safety, form, and alignment. Small group training is considered a more cost-effective way for people to experience the benefits of working with a fitness professional.
What are the benefits of small group training?
- More personal attention. Working out in a small group allows the personal trainer to offer corrections and appropriate modifications and progressions.
- Variety. The workouts change and evolve as the group progresses.
- Motivation. Having someone exercising right beside you, with the sane goals, often encourages you to keep pushing.
- Support. Both the trainer and the other participants are there to help you get through the challenges in front of you. You’re all on the same team!
- Fun! Yes, fun! The right exercise program done with friends can definitely be exciting and enjoyable.
All classes are subject to change based on the semester and the demand of the class. To register for a class, please see the front desk of the fitness center.
Please check back for an updated class offering and schedule.
Fitness assessments are a great tool to help you make exercise a part of your daily life. By evaluating your fitness level and health risk, we can establish a personalized exercise program to help you achieve your fitness goals.
*Please note, wellness assessments are complimentary with the purchase of personal training sessions.
- Resting heart rate/resting blood pressure: resting heart rate and blood pressure are important indicators to measure as you begin and progress in your fitness routine.
- Body mass index (BMI): ratio of height and weight,
- Waist to Hip Ratio: comparison of waist circumference to hip circumference.
- Cardiovascular endurance testing
- Muscular endurance testing
**Additional testing may be purchased in collaboration with the Human Performance Lab
Assessments are available for $15 and will take between 30-45 minutes. You will work with a personal trainer to determine which assessments are right for you and your fitness goals. Please make sure to wear athletic-style clothing during assessments.
Please email Kourtney Reneau Kourtney.email@example.com to schedule your fitness assessment appointment.
Kourtney received her bachelor’s degree from HSU and currently pursuing a Masters in Kinesiology, Sports Recreation at HSU. Kourtney is a Certified ACE Group Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer. She has been teaching group fitness classes for over 1 year and is extremely passionate about fitness and her own personal journey which started 3 years ago. As a former dancer, Kourtney is able to incorporate different movements to her classes to keep them fresh and exciting. She loves to interact and build relationships with others who want to grow in their health and fitness journey.
Elijah is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biology at HSU. He is an ACE Certified Personal Trainer and is currently serving in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. He aspires to attend Physical Therapy School after graduation and eventually become a strength and conditioning coach. Elijah pushes his clients to perform every lift with proper form while also pushing their personal limits. He believes in maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle in every stage of life.
Raylee is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biology Pre-Physical Therapy, Anatomical Sciences at HSU. Upon graduation she plans to attend graduate school where she will strive to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy and later open her own practice. Raylee is a Certified ACE GROUP Fitness Instructor as well as SGA Sophomore Class President. She works at the fitness center and has a passion for both fitness and helping others achieve their goals. As a former multi-sport athlete, Raylee can incorporate different coaching styles as well as different exercises to fit the needs of different clients in her classes. She loves to form relationships with people of all passions and is excited to help them in their physical health and fitness journey.
Jansen Rouillard is a RYT-200 Certified Yoga instructor and teaches both vinyasa flow and yoga sculpt styles. Jansen’s journey into the practice of yoga started during his intercollegiate tennis career and has continued to take shape as he has been teaching in various studios across the country the last three years. As someone who makes his career in higher education, Jansen is particularly passionate about sharing the joys and challenges of yoga practice with those who live, work, and study on college campuses. Ultimately, he believes that yoga provides space for everyone to express their genuine selves and strives to create inclusive and authentic spaces for all individuals to feel seen and valued.
Peyton is currently working towards her Bachelors in Exercise Science at HSU and plans to pursue her Master’s in Athletic Training post graduation. She is a certified ACE Group Fitness Instructor, this is her first year teaching classes, and she is beyond excited! She is an HSU Cheerleader and former competitive gymnast who uses her training to provide affective and adaptive workouts for everyone. She loves to get to know all participants while inspiring and guiding them to exceed their own expectations and goals.