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Swimming
With final exams coming up and summer just around the corner, now is a good time to bolster your stamina. Gabel Pool can offer a good workout in any weather – and it doesn’t always have to be about swimming laps. Water provides 14 times the resistance of air, which engages more muscle fibers and burns more...
Swimming
Treadmill. Bicycle. Dumbbells. Weight machines. Getting bored with your daily workout routine? Maybe it’s time to switch things up. If you’re looking for a total-body workout that allows you to burn more calories while protecting your body from damage that could be caused from traditional workouts, try swimming at Gabel Pool. Swimming is a joint-friendly,...
NIU Student Recreation Center
It’s never too late to set a new goal for 2015. While working out can seem like a daunting task, becoming a member of Campus Recreation couldn’t be easier! Why do you want to work out? Become a member and discover all the benefits of exercise. Exercise: combats health conditions and diseases. boosts energy. relieves...
2014: A NEW YEAR. A NEW U
Looking to make healthier choices this year? Start 2014 off right with Campus Recreation’s free “New Year, New U” event. Kick start your fitness goals and New Year’s resolutions at this free event, planned from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28, at the Student Recreation Center. All NIU faculty, staff, and students are welcome to...
Freedom Divers
The NIU College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KNPE) will host a Try SCUBA training program Saturday, April 27, for persons with disabilities and their families. Try SCUBA is presented by the Freedom Divers International Foundation (FDI). The event is free and open to the community. It will take place from 10:30...