All posts tagged "wellness"

  • Baylor University

    Baylor University Waco, TX   MISSION STATEMENT Campus Recreation engages students and the Baylor community in experiential learning, recreational, and leisure activities that equip individuals...

  • Student Wellness is a Collaborative Effort

    In the recreation mission statement at Wellesley College, one of the first activities they promote is living a healthy balanced lifestyle. In order for students...

  • ’57

    In 1957, the France A. Córdova Recreational Sports Center (the CoRec) opened. As one of the first standalone recreation centers in the country — an accolade...

  • The Interactive Showcase at FIBO USA Features EMS

    With FDA approval expected, makers of acclaimed European fitness technology whole body Electro Muscle Stimulation (EMS) plan to launch a widespread U.S. rollout beginning with...

  • The Pursuit of Wellness

    Wellness has surpassed “buzzword status” on campuses nationwide. Rising student stress levels and a growing appreciation for emotional and physical balance have resulted in unprecedented...

  • Not Your Typical Fitness Event

    By day, I’m an editor. By night, I’m a CrossFit Coach. Here in Louisville, I coach at a local CrossFit gym. I’ve been training there...

  • Wellness and Your Campus Rec Center

    What does your layout and design have to do with wellness? A whole lot apparently. Last week, Colleen McKenna from CannonDesign gave a webinar on...

  • How (and Why) Stony Brook Implemented So Many New Wellness Programs

    Wellness programs are becoming increasingly common on college campuses, as rec centers begin to expand their focuses beyond just workouts for students. Campus recreation is...

  • Ask the Expert: Amanda Robine

    The expert advice to answer your most pressing questions. This issue, Amanda Robine, MS, RD, LMNT, Wellness Services and Nutrition Education Coordinator at the University...

  • 4 Reasons Why Your Wellness Messaging Matters

    College and university recreation centers are not unlike many commercial fitness and wellness facilities, despite the fact they are often considered to be nonprofit entities...