Rec Resolutions

At the start of each spring semester, Campus Rec hosts a Resolutions Program to help hold you accountable to your New Year’s health and wellness goals.

About Rec Resolutions

Start the year off strong with our recreation resolution jump start! Join the Rec Resolutions Club on Strava, a free activity tracking app, and complete the three weekly movement challenges to be entered into an opportunity drawing for a UNLV blender bottle. Group fitness classes are available to help you reach these goals.

Completing a weekly challenge also enters you to win a grand prize of Rebel Cash. Each completed week is one entry to the grand prize - the more you participate, the better your chances!

Rec Resolutions starts on February 1st and continues for three weeks, ending on National Fitness Day, February 24th. You may start anytime after Feb. 1 as well. Start the semester strong and make this your best year yet!

How to Join

  1. Go to the UNLV Rebel Rec Resolutions Strava page and sign up with your UNLV email (skip your free trial, the app is free to use)
  2. Click on "Join Club"
  3. You're in!

How to Rec Your Resolution

  1. Record your activities by tapping the circular Record icon in the center of the navigation bar*
  2. You can change activity type by tapping the shoe or bike icon above the Start button
  3. When you're ready, press start! Once you're finished, tap the square stop icon to pause and select Finish, which will take you to the Save Activity screen. Set your privacy to Public if you want to be included in the weekly challenges.
  4. Your activity will show up on our Campus Recreation club page, where you can give kudos and support your friends and fellow Rebels!

*You can also manually record activities by selecting the orange plus sign from Home and choosing Manual Activity.

You made it to the gym but what do you do now? Should you do cardio, lift weights, or go to a group fitness class?

Week 1 Newsletter

Webinar: Basic Programming

Ethan Packer, a personal trainer and group fitness instructor, explains ways to achieve your goals and how to find what works best for you. We will also dive deeper into programming such as how many times a week you should work out and how many sets and reps you should aim for.

Rec Resolutions Webinar: Basic Programming

Workout: Core Workout with Erin Azua

Couple what you just learned from the webinar with this core workout! Your core is the "powerhouse" of your body and is used at the base of every movement, even walking!

Core Workout with Erin Azua
Looking to learn more about ways to improve your nutrition?

Week 2 Newsletter

Webinar: Nutrition

Tune in to our webinar with a special guest Michelle Singleton! You often hear that abs are made in the kitchen. Every year there is new information regarding nutrition, whether it be fads, diets, or lifestyles that will drastically improve your weight. Nutrition is more than what affects your weight. Nutrition is what fuels your body. It provides that energy source so we can run, go to work, and exercise. Nutrition also affects our mood, blood markers, and more.

Rec Resolutions Webinar: Nutrition

Workout: Duffel Bag Workout with Nicole

Feeling motivated after all that talk about food? Try this awesome, at home, duffel bag workout! Have access to weights? Do the same movements, but with weight!

Duffel Bag Workout with Nicole
Health and wellness encompasses all aspects of you!

Week 3 Newsletter

Webinar: Mental Health

When people think of the rec center, they think about physical improvement. Your mental health should also be considered equally or even more than your physical health! In this webinar, we have special guest Russel. We will discuss different areas of mental health, such as anxiety and stress, ways to improve your mental health through self-education and coping strategies. Let us help you be the best version of yourself!

Rec Resolutions Webinar: Mental Health

Workout: Pilates with Erin

Physical health goes hand-in-hand with your mental health! Try this Pilates workout to help lengthen some tight muscles and strengthen some weak ones. It all starts with you!

Pilates Workout - Erin Azua
What is posture and why is your posture important?

Week 4 Newsletter

Webinar: Posture

The human body comprises multiple bones, joints, ligaments, and muscles. All of these components must work cohesively together to allow you to perform basic daily functions. This includes: walking, cooking, going up stairs, using the bathroom, and more. But what happens when one of these components is not working properly? Do you experience neck pain, headaches, back pain, or knee pain? Sometimes, these issues can be attributed to postural imbalances! Tune in to our webinar to learn more from our special guest Katelyn!

Rec Resolutions Webinar: Posture

Workout: Posture Fix with Katelyn

Suddenly inclined to fix your posture? Check out these perfect strengthening exercises to help improve your posture, especially for rounded shoulders! Katelyn has been a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine for three years. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from UMass Amherst, and is pursuing a career in holistic wellness and exercise physiology. She currently works at a chiropractic neurology office in Phoenix, Arizona where she is learning to combine her kinesiology background with neurological training. Katelyn is passionate about empowering, educating, and encouraging people to become their healthiest selves in order to achieve their goals in health and in life.

Posture Workout (Rec Resolutions 2021)

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El Russell
Graduate Assistant for Group Fitness