Group Fitness classes now only $20 for the semester

Friday, January 14, 2022 Group Fitness classes now only $20 for the semester

Students participate in a group fitness class at the Campus Rec Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln [courtesy photo | Campus Recreation]

Beginning this spring, the price of the All Class Pass for students to participate in group fitness classes at the Campus Rec Centers is significantly reduced. Previously priced at $48, the pass is now only $20 for the entire spring semester (a 58% savings).

Yoga, strength, cycling, HIIT, cardio, pilates, kickboxing, barre and bootcamp are on the schedule for spring 2022.

“Students and rec members with the ACP [All Class Pass] have access to all 40 classes on the group fitness schedule, plus all the specialty programs,” stated Annalisa Mazza, group fitness coordinator.

Classes are offered every day of the week between City and East Campuses: 32 classes at the Campus Rec Center and eight at the Rec & Wellness Center.

Huskers can try each class at no cost during the Free Group Fitness Week held Jan. 18–24. Participants need to reserve a spot in advance through the free Mindbody app or through the Campus Rec website.

Additionally, a select few fitness classes on the spring schedule will remain free the entire semester and not require the All Class Pass to participate. These classes are only available on City Campus. Look for the red "FREE" designation on the schedule.

“This significant price reduction of the All Class Pass has been made possible by reallocating resources to make the group fitness classes more cost-efficient for students and members,” states Amy Lanham, director of campus recreation. “To continue offering great fitness programming to all students, we have to work smartly to increase accessibility and remove barriers that prevent participation.”

Mazza adds “Larger attendance in each class brings up the energy level and makes the classes more fun for all participants.”

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