Find what motivates your moves.
Group fitness classes at the Cal Poly Recreation Center offer a unique mix of fun, specialized workouts designed to get you moving, whatever your fitness level.
Join the Cal Poly Recreation Center’s Winter of Wellness! Learn how to care for and strengthen your mind and body from industry professionals with free workshops for students and current Recreation Center members.
Specialized fitness classes including Shorin Ryu Karate, Kickboxing, Salsa/Bachata, and more are available for quarter-long series. Registration opens during prep week of the previous quarter.
Krav Maga for Self-Defense and Hip Hop Master Class are available as free multiple single-day workshops. Registration is required and opens during prep week of the previous quarter.
Exercise areas at the Recreation Center are the perfect space to get active. You can choose between our indoor exercise areas, outdoor exercise area, group fitness classes, or a lane in our Olympic–size lap pool.
Make it Personal with Private Group Classes
Any of the classes offered at the Recreation Center may be scheduled as a private class, exclusively for your group. Private group classes are taught by a trained instructor, may be held at the Recreation Center or off-site, and may be one-time or on-going.
Cost: $125/Class, Non-Member $150/Class
Barre Core with Lea B.
ASI Fitness Instructor Lea B. is here to lead you through a core workout using traditional Barre techniques.
6-Pack Abs with Cindy B.
A quick and effective way to target your abs. Focus on strengthening and toning your midsection, while promoting a healthy back and core.
Feel Good Flow with Liz C.
A vigorous workout that develops balance, strength, and flexibility by connecting traditional yoga poses through Vinyasa or riding breath, that creates non-stop flow from one pose to another.
Zumba with Henry B.
A total body workout featuring exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats, Zumba is a dance party that combines four elements of fitness: cardiovascular exercise, muscle conditioning, balance, and flexibility.
Know Before You Work Out
Attending an in-person class? Wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes. Make sure to arrive early to set up your station. Face coverings are also required for indoor recreation.
Attending a virtual class? It is recommended that you set up your workout area at least 5 minutes in advance so you are ready when the class starts. Our instructors are prepared to offer modifications if you do not have workout equipment in your home.
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