Two fitness-focused CPHHS programs have recently completed equipment upgrades and renovations to provide students and faculty with high-quality, fun and safe movement experiences.
The Faculty Staff Fitness program, housed in the CPHHS, has a variety of fun and energizing classes to help employees, retirees, graduate students and affiliates stay active during the workday. Classes are conveniently scheduled before, during and after work so that participants can easily fit them into their busy schedules. Set in a friendly and inspiring setting, classes fall into under aerobic, aquatic, specialty, weight training and mind/body. Check out class descriptions to see if something strikes your fancy.
Drew doesn’t stay active just because it’s part of his professional life. He defines his overall well-being based on his ability to engage in physical activities. Living an active lifestyle also challenges him and builds character when times get tough.
While more than half of four-year colleges and universities in the United States have dropped physical education requirements, Oregon State University is taking extra steps to ensure its students are getting – and staying – physically active.
“Physical activity has always been a large part of my life, and being active is core to my life,” says Physical Activity Programs Director Drew Ibarra.
In a fun, convenient and welcoming environment, Faculty Staff Fitness caters to your busy schedule to ensure fitting in a daily workout is a breeze.