Join the Adult Fitness Program Ask Yourself
Have you been wanting to exercise but are just not sure how to get started?
- Have you tried exercising on your own and found you just don’t stick with it?
- Do you wish you had more energy?
- Do you want to lose weight?
- Do you have excess tension and stress in your life?
Join the Colorado State University Adult Fitness Program to get solutions. We have a highly motivated and enthusiastic group of staff, practicum students, and exercisers, ages 18 to 80, available to support you in beginning or maintaining an exercise program. The Adult Fitness Program offers regular fitness assessments and a variety of exercise options with the goal of improving members’ cardiovascular fitness, strength, and flexibility.
Get Started Important Forms and Information
Bring to Your First Visit
Hours of Operation
- Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 6-8 a.m.
- Monday through Friday 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.
- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 5-7 p.m.
- Saturday: 8-10 a.m.
Location and Directions
We meet in the Glenn Morris Field House (A.K.A South College Ave. Gym)
Directions from College Ave. traveling north:
- Turn left (west) onto Laurel St.
- Turn left (south) onto Mason St.
- Stay on Mason, bearing left at the intersection of Mason and Old Main Drive
- Glenn Morris Fieldhouse is on the south side of the parking lot
- Parking is free
The Adult Fitness Program Internship offers students the opportunity for growth and development of relevant skills in the fitness and clinical exercise field. It encompasses the pertinent aspects of teaching group fitness classes, programming and training, wellness and health education, and management and administration of our health facility. Enrollment in the internship is accepted by application only.
Please submit your application, cover letter, and two letters of recommendation to Kimberly Burke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Applications for fall are due by April 15, and applications for spring are due by Oct. 1.
Group Fitness Class Descriptions
Our regular specialty classes will be on a three-week rotating schedule to offer a variety of class types for everyone. These classes will always follow the daily warm-up.
*Group fitness classes offered at Adult Fitness are taught for any fitness level through the use of modifications.
Monday/Tuesday classes will include:
- HIT the Circuit – This is a combination circuit and high-intensity interval training class that can be taught in the manner of workout stations or segments. You can pick your workout intensity and with a short time at each exercise it makes the class go by quick!
- Hi-Low Aerobics – This cardiovascular class involves floor based movements such as the grapevine, v-step, and more. This is a great class to pick your own intensity, with high impact moves for maintaining bone mineral density and low impact moves that are easier on the joints. This class also offers fun upbeat music to keep you moving!
- Stretch and Balance – This is a relaxed style of class that uses equipment such as the Bosu Ball, disks, thera-bands, and more to improve flexibility and balance while helping to maintain independence in daily tasks.
Wednesday/Thursday classes will include:
- Arms Race – With a focus on the major muscle groups of the upper body this class will help you to develop strength and improve function. Always presented with modifications it is a great way to target muscle groups you normally wouldn’t.
- L.O.W. (Legs Only Workout) – This workout is meant to help you concentrate on the muscles that keep you upright and moving. It is meant to help you build strength and confidence during daily activities through a repetition of movements.
- Fit-Ball – Also referred to as a stability ball or Swiss ball, this class focuses on improving muscular strength. Other equipment is used in addition to providing a well-rounded, full body workout. Fit-ball is great for balance, strength, and giving the body a challenge, separate from a traditional workout.
Other Group Fitness Classes:
- Water Aerobics is offered on Thursday evenings in the pool area by an instructor who provides both
cardio and strength workout. Water aerobics provides resistance training with little impact, making it desirable for those individuals who wish to stay active but need lower impact exercises, but don’t want to sacrifice on fitness.
- Yoga class will guide you through 45 minutes of a gentle yoga class. It is less intense with gentle
stretching, to increase flexibility, and mobility, and also helps to relax and de-stress. Props such as
blocks, straps, and mats can be used to aid in the class and are provided. Gentle yoga is a great
beginning yoga class to help get rid of stiff joints and release tension held in by the body.
- Zumba features exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin, international and top 40 beats. Before
participants know it, they’re getting fit and their energy levels are soaring! There’s no other fitness class like a Zumba. It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. You don’t have to know how to dance, just move your body, follow along, and enjoy!
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