Let us help you reach your fitness goals! TU Rec offers a variety of personal training options to help clients improve their health and well-being. All options are available for purchase through our website, https://campusrecreation.tulane.edu/.
Personal Fitness Assessment and Weight Room Orientation (1.5 hours)
The personal fitness assessment provides members with the opportunity to learn about their current fitness level and provides a basic orientation to the weight room. This package does not include the creation of a fitness plan. For help creating a fitness plan, a personal training session package should be purchased here.
Personal training sessions are conducted in a one-on-one or partner setting. Clients will work with a personal trainer who will develop an exercise plan that fits their individual needs in order to accomplish their fitness goals. A fitness assessment is included with purchase of session package.
30-Minute Personal Training Sessions
5 sessions: $150 Member
10 sessions: $260 Member
1-Hour Personal Training Sessions
5 sessions: $260 Member
10 sessions: $375 Member (Student Special: $300)
10 partner sessions: $250 Member/per person (Student Special: $200 per person)
Small Group Training is a unique experience that combines the individualized instruction of Personal Training with the community atmosphere of Group Fitness Classes. Participants will receive one-on-one attention with the help of a certified Personal Trainer or Group Exercise Instructor. These programs are a great lower cost alternative to Personal Training. Pre-registration is required for all programs, https://campusrecreation.tulane.edu/.
This 60-minute class utilizes heavy bags, focus mitts, kettlebells, TRX, and other tools to create a compound workout like no other. You can expect to work on skills like punching, kicking, agility, speed, power, and a healthy dose of metabolic conditioning. Class meets in the Functional Fitness Gym. Boxing gloves and wraps are required - please bring your own.
Tuesday | 4:30pm
Session A: January 28 – March 10 (no class February 25)
Session B: March 17 – April 28 (no class April 7)
This 60-minute, interval-style class incorporates TRX suspension training and functional movements to strengthen and tone the body. Participants can expect to learn proper lifting form and how to use the functional equipment like TRX, barbells, kettlebells, medicine balls, slam balls, and dumbbells in a fun group environment. Class meets in the Functional Fitness Gym.
Wednesday | 4:30pm
Session A: January 29 – March 11 (no class February 26)
Session B: March 18 – April 29 (no class April 8)
For more information please contact Assistant Director of Fitness and Wellness, Hannah Stiller, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504-314-2864