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Physical Activity

FITNESS CHALLENGE

The fitness challenges offered through the Emory Recreation and Wellness Program provides Emory students, faculty, and staff with fun and competitive activities that promote physical activity. Challenges typically range from one to three weeks in length and include structured plans that guide participants through a variety of exercises. Most challenges require participants to log their workouts in order to track their progress. At the end of each challenge participants who successfully complete all of the requirements will have the opportunity to win great prizes, such as, t-shirts, gift cards, Fitbits, etc. The goal of the fitness challenges is to get the Emory community more active!

 

halloween hustle

 

In honor of Respiratory Care Week, we challenge you to hustle and increase your cardio! One of the most effective ways to promote respiratory health is through physical activity, so if you are a member of the Emory community, we encourage you to participate in the Halloween Hustle. Starting Monday, October 21st, through Sunday, November 3rd, track the steps you earn from cardiovascular exercises like walking, jogging, or running. Participants can track miles on multiple platforms, for example, activity trackers (i.e. Fitbit), the Pacer App, or smartphones. One lucky person will win a free Fitbit! Please direct any questions to healthy.eagles@emory.edu

Register today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/halloween-hustle-tickets-74686977761.

  

 body comps

 

Find out what you're made of at the FREE body composition testings offered by Emory Recreation & Wellness. Track your progress throughout the semester by participating in these sessions offered from 5-6 pm on September 19, October 17, and November 21 in WoodPEC 420. 

During your 10 minute session, a certified personal trainer will measure your current height, weight, and body fat percentage. This service is free for all Emory students and WoodPEC members, no registration necessary! 

Questions? Email healthy.eagles@emory.edu.