Fun & Cheap Fitness

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Community Education is a service on Snow College’s campus to provide classes to the community and students.  Community Education’s fitness classes are a fun and cheap way to get fit. Community Education offers a wide variety of classes all year round including Backyard Chicken Keeping, Gardening, and Watercolor classes. 

Those classes are offered once a year, but Community Education offers fitness classes throughout the year.  There are many options for different skill levels and workout goals.  

The fitness classes offered right now are Clogging, Dance Technique, HIGH Fitness, Refit, Spin Classes and Yoga.  The Dance Technique, Refit, and Spin classes are all five dollars per class, or 40 dollars for a ten class pass. 

Hilaria Delgado, a Snow College sophomore went to a Community Ed fitness class last year and said she loved it! She says, “If I had more time, I’d go pretty often. It was fun and really worth the money.” 

HIGH Fitness takes some modern liberties with the aerobics of the past.  According to the Snow College website, HIGH Fitness is “Adaptable to all levels of fitness, you can go high or you can go low, but you will always leave feeling HIGH!” Refit is another popular fitness class. It is open and welcome to all ages and abilities.  It is a full body workout done to upbeat music.

The classes are all listed on the Community Education calendar which students can find on the Snow College website, under the Community tab.  According to Community Ed coordinator, Taralee Cook, “both of our ongoing fitness classes are offering four dollar first classes for college students.”  There are many times offered so hopefully one will be able to fit Snow students’ busy spring schedules.

Emily Parnell is a Sophomore communications major at Snow College. She has a great passion for writing and reading. She joined The Snowdrift newspaper to help her pursue a career in public relations.

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