National Exercise Trainers Association – Personal Training Certification

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Hosted at Montana State University

April 11th & 12th, 2015

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Spring Ahead Registration Closes Monday 2/9! Sign up now!

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Personal Fitness Services Presents another Special Program: Spring Ahead

Motivate With A Purpose

Feeling lost about what to do with your time at the gym? This 4 week program is designed to help you get motivated by performing weight training movements. We will motivate you and help you get closer towards achieving your goals!

February 9th – March 5

4 weeks

8- 30 minute small group training sessions

Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:00 pm- 12:30 pm Lunch Break workout

$25

Buddy Up!

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Small Group Personal Training Sessions

-Schedule sessions during times that work for you

-Motivation and accountability

-Choice of certified personal trainer

-Individualized fitness plans that match your goals

-Add a fresh look to your workout routine

$15 per person/per 50 minute session

Welcome back students!

The MSU fitness center is hoping today with students on their first day back at school! Great environment…come over and join the fun and get some exercise in!

Step Into The New Year!

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Small Steps to New Healthy Habits

This program includes group training and individual training sessions with our certified Personal Trainer

Special New Year price of $55 ($100 value!)

January 19 – February 13

4 weeks: 4 weekly group workouts and two 30 minute 1-1 training sessions

Group Date Options: (sign up for one)

Tuesdays 7:00am-7:30am

Or

Thursdays 5:30pm-6:00pm

Sign-up at Rec. Sports & Fitness main office, Rm. 120. 994-5000

Winter Activities and Exercise around Bozeman

Winter is finally here! Get on the boots, throw on the jacket and extra layers and get outside. There are numerous possibilities around the Bozeman area to stay active.  Make it a goal to try something new or go somewhere new this winter:

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  1. Cross-country ski
    1. Sourdough/Bozeman creek
    2. Lindley park
    3. Or venture to Mt. Haggin near Anaconda and check out the little soup shack where you can rent gear and have hot soup and homemade pies!
  2. Ice Skate
    1. Beall, Bogert, or Southside City Park
    2. Rent skates from ASMSU Outdoor Rec. Center or Chalet sports
  3. Go for a Hike
    1. Bear Trap Canyon hike stays pretty dry year-round if you are looking for a less snowy hike. And you can go to Norris Hot Springs after you are done!
    2. Pop on some snow shoes and go deeper into the snow! Check out trails down the Gallatin Canyon or up in Hyalite
  4. Train for a Local “Fun Run” or Walk
    1. New Year’s Eve 2-mile Prediction, Missoula – Dec. 31st, 2014
    2. Rattlesnake Resolution Run 5K, Missoula – January 1st
    3. 34th Froze Nose Fun Run, Bozeman – February 7th 5.4, 3, 1.1 mile options                                                             With all the possibilities in Bozeman and the surrounding areas winter doesn’t have to slow you down.

Kassie’s Training Tip

“No Pain, No Gain”

This old saying is far from the truth! If you are continuously exercising to extremes, you may be damaging your body. Current research has proved that too much anaerobic or aerobic exercise may cause impaired immune function, inadequate energy levels, muscle cramps, reduced resistance training, and/or over-training syndrome.

What is over-training syndrome you may ask?

Some common symptoms of over-training syndrome may include the following:

-elevated resting heart rate

-chronic fatigue, workouts are draining

-an increase in sickness

-inadequate/poor sleep

-a decrease in performance or inability to reach training goals

-a lack of enthusiasm or motivation to train

-psychological staleness (chronic bad mood)

Over-training occurs when your body doesn’t have enough time to recover (i.e. daily high intensity exercise). Inadequate rest and recovery may lead to compensation and injury. If you have multiple symptoms of over-training listed above, you may need to adjust your training program and include appropriate rest and recovery time for your body!

Stop by the Rec. Sports Office today to set up an appointment if you have any questions or concerns about over-training or other training tips or issues!

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