Fitness

Fitness and Wellness at Campus Recreation offers a variety of programs to provide everyone the opportunity to get healthy regardless of your current level of fitness. An expanded weight room includes almost 10,000 sq. ft. of weight equipment. A new cardiovascular room includes different types of selectorized equipment. Fitness classes are offered Monday through Saturday in the dance aerobic rooms. Orientations and fitness testing are available, as well as personal training, fitness and nutritional coaching. Get Fit - Get to the Rec!

Our friendly staff provides weight room orientation, personal training, and other services! Our personal trainer, Mark, also provides you with some weekly motivation with his blog you can find here.

Weight Room Equipment Instructional Videos

Need help using the weight room equipment? Check out our videos on our YouTube for instructions and tips on how to better use the equipment!

For specific equipment videos, follow these links!

Hammer Strength Chest Press Hammer Strength Decline Chest Press Hammer Strength High Row
Hammer Strength Bicept Curl Hammer Strength Incline Chest Press Hammer Strength Shoulder Press
Hammer Strength  Tricep  Isolated Kneeling Curl Life Fitness Calf Extension
Life Fitness Seated Leg Press MTS High Row MTS Leg Extension
MTS Row   Clean Your Machines!

 

Weekly Nutrition Tip

Prebiotics are natural, non-digestible food ingredients that are linked to promoting the growth of helpful bacteria in your gut. Simply said, they're "good" bacteria promoters. That's right, not all bacteria are bad! Prebiotics may improve gastrointestinal health as well as potentially enhance calcium absorption. Bananas, onions, garlic, leek, asparagus, artichokes, soybeans, and whole-wheat foods are great pre-biotic choices. To obtain more probiotics in your diet and reap the benefits, try enjoying fermented dairy foods and incorporating them into your diet. Yogurt, kefir products, and aged cheeses contain live prebiotic cultures. Some non-dairy foods will also contain benefirial cultures, including kimchi, sauer kraut, miso, tempeh, and soy beverages.

To learn more about eating healthier, click here.
The Weekly Nutrition Tip is brought to you each week by seniors in the MTSU Human Sciences program.

 

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Contact Information

Office Phone:
(615) 898-2104

Email:
camprec@mtsu.edu

Address:
Campus Recreation P.O. Box 556 
Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Group Fitness Schedule
Campus Recreation Video