SPORT

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Spring/Summer 2017 Sport Class Schedule

May 1, 2017 - June 22, 2017

ClassDayStart DateEnd DateStart Time
(one hour class)
Location
Kick Boxing Monday May 1 June 19 6:30pm RAC Studio I 
Olympic Lifting Monday May 1 June 19 6:00pm MAC Performance Area
Learn to Run Tuesday May 2 June 20 4:30pm RAC Track
Kick Boxing Thursday May 4 June 22 6:30pm RAC Studio I

Fee: Ryerson Full-Time Students and Recreation Members: $65

*Non-Members $130; Non-Members must purchase a $20 OneCard to allow for RAC & MAC access

Register for all Instructional Programs in-person at RAC or MAC.

Instructional Class Promotion: Purchase your FIRST class at regular price and receive your SECOND class at 50% off. Promotional offer expires May 5, 2017.

Kick Boxing

Description: This program combines the disciplines of Western and Thai Kick Boxing. Increase power, strength, focus, co-ordination and flexibility, as well as reduce stress levels with this ancient art form. Ranking and promoting of yellow through black belts can be done by instructor at the end of each semester if the participant chooses. For those interested in progressing their training and achieving results at a faster pace, attending both classes, twice a week, is recommended.

Learn to Run

Description: Always been interested in wanting to run but not sure where to start? This 8-week run/walk program will progress you safely and slowly from mostly walking to running 20-30 minutes continuously, perfect for those brand new to running or returning after a break. This class will teach you about proper technique, safe progressions, pacing, injury prevention, effective warm-ups and how to stretch, all while keeping you motivated and having fun! For those interested in progressing their training and achieving results at a faster pace, attending both classes, twice a week, is recommended. Please note: this class will occasionally be held outside.

Olympic Lifting

Description: Olympic Lifting or Power lifting is comprised of three lifts the Clean, Snatch and Clean and Jerk. Olympic lifting strengthens the entire body simultaneously making more efficient use of your time in the gym. It aids in the development of greater power, strength, speed and coordination. The classes will utilize all three lights along with deadlights, their modification to stress different aspects of the lift. The goal is to work on the nuance of each lift by mastering the intricate form and technique each lift involves. For those interested in progressing their training and achieving results at a faster pace, attending both classes, twice a week, is recommended.