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CRI Weekly Update 1/28 – 2/3

Campus Recreation and Intramurals Events for January 28 – February 3

STATESBORO CAMPUS:

For more information about our events, check out our website at cri.gs or call Member Services at 912-478-5436
Ongoing:
Check out our Group Fit class schedule
Sign up for a Fitness Assessment to help you meet your #goals (cri.gs/fitassessments)
Women and Weights – Mon/Wed: 8:30-9:30pm, Conditioning Room

Monday, January 28

Explore Archery: Collegiate
7:30 – 9pm
Shooting Sports Education Center
Explore Archery is a versatile education activity program adapted for adults and college students that are interested in being introduced to the sport. The programming format is fun rewarding, and progressive. In Explore Archery, the sport is introduced through participation in individual and team-building activities that require fundamental skills, a competitive edge and a bit of creativity – not based on athletic abilities or the capability to shoot a perfect score. Whether participants are trying to pop a balloon or create an archery painting, they will stay engaged and keep coming back for more! Equipment Included.
Contact: SSEC (912) 478-7732

Women & Weights
8:30 – 9:30pm
Body Conditioning Room
Join us each week as we discuss the benefits of resistance training and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to reach your goals and exceed your own expectations! Find your place at Women & Weights!
Each session is led by two nationally certified Personal Trainers that will provide exercise instruction and motivation. Any Georgia Southern female student or Faculty/Staff that is a member of the RAC is eligible to participate. No registration is required however each class is limited to the first 20 participants. All participants must wear proper fitness attire to participate.
Contact: Keagan Kiely (912) 478-5436

Tuesday, January 29

Bowling Pin Shoot
6:30 – 8:30pm
Shooting Sports Education Center
This is a handgun match that is a great way for those new to shooting competition to get started and for those with a lot of experience to show off in a tough competition. Why has shooting bowling pins taken off to the extent it has? Because it’s fun! Bowling pins are a dynamic target, if you hit them off center they tend to fall down instead of going off the table. Once they’re lying down they’ll usually spin when hit on the ends instead of going off the table. These factors make the simple statement of “clear the table of 5 pins” more challenging than it sounds.
Public/Faculty/Staff – $15; Students – $10
Contact: SSEC (912) 478-7732

Soccer Officials Training I
9pm
RAC Seminar Room
Do you want an on-campus job that pays you to be around sports and have fun? Apply to be a Georgia Southern Intramural Sports Official! Prior experience is not required. We will teach you everything you need to know.
Attendance at all training sessions is required.

Wednesday, January 30

Worry Free Wednesday
11am – 2pm
Henderson Library
Worry-Free Wednesdays are a chance for students to participate in activities that are known to reduce stress and anxiety. Come see the Wellness Ambassadors the last Wednesday of every month at the Henderson Library. Activities may include: coloring, making stress balls, therapy dogs and more!
Contact: Michele Martin ( 912) 478-5436

Free Swim Preview
6 – 7pm
Aquatics Center
The Free Swim Preview is a chance to experience a preview of the instruction you can receive from the many swim lessons and clinics CRI Aquatics has to offer. The information you review at this preview will help determine which class level you should enroll!
Contact: Max Holloway (912) 478-5436

Women & Weights
8:30 – 9:30pm
Body Conditioning Room
Join us each week as we discuss the benefits of resistance training and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to reach your goals and exceed your own expectations! Find your place at Women & Weights!
Each session is led by two nationally certified Personal Trainers that will provide exercise instruction and motivation. Any Georgia Southern female student or Faculty/Staff that is a member of the RAC is eligible to participate. No registration is required however each class is limited to the first 20 participants. All participants must wear proper fitness attire to participate.
Contact: Keagan Kiely (912) 478-5436

Thursday, January 31

Polar Bear Plunge
6:30pm
RAC Outdoor Pool
Join us for our annual Polar Bear Plunge! Don’t miss this opportunity for an exciting swim during the cold Georgia winter. Don’t think it’s going to be cold enough? Think again! Generous amounts of ice will be added to the pool, so keep your blood flowing by playing volleyball and basketball in the outdoor pool, while listening to music to keep you moving. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served, and prizes will be given away to participants.
Contact: Max Holloway (912) 478-5436

Try Archery
6:30 – 8pm
Shooting Sports Education Center
The Try Archery is for anyone that wishes to discover the thrill of shooting a bow. Our certified coaches will teach the basics of shooting a bow as well as the required safety practices and techniques. Recurve bows will be used exclusively and the program fee includes equipment rental.
Registration Process:
The registration fee will be paid in person at the Shooting Sports Education Center, where participants will complete an activity registration form and waiver. Registration in advance is preferred.
Contact: SSEC (912) 478-7732

Bouldering Night Out
7 – 9pm
RAC Climbing Wall
Bouldering Night Out (BNO) is a monthly event that Southern Adventures hosts at our bouldering cave the last Thursday of each month during the semester. Each BNO has a different theme and we strongly encourage individuals to dress to the theme (we usually have a best-dressed prize)! This event is open to all ranges of experience, whether you are an experienced climber or a first timer this event is fun for everyone. Prizes are raffled and food is served at each BNO. No sign up is needed for BNO, just show up at 7:00 the last Thursday each month for a great time at the bouldering cave!
Contact: Scott Blair (912) 478-5436

Friday, February 1

Firearms Date Night
6 – 8pm
Shooting Sports Education Center
Date night (designed for beginners, but all skill levels welcome) is an alternative activity program designed for the shooters that want to learn a new life skill while having fun. This is not your typical date night; you will learn how to safely handle a firearm together before spending some time shooting on the range testing your marksmanship! Aim to see who has better accuracy.
Public/Faculty/Staff – $75 per couple; Students – $65 per couple
Contact: SSEC (912) 478-7732

Saturday, February 2

University Open House
RAC opens at 1pm

Sunday, February 3

Super Bowl Hours
RAC open 11am – 7pm
No GroupFit Classes

ARMSTRONG CAMPUS:

For more information about our events, check out our website at cri.gs or call Member Services at 912-433-3134
Ongoing:
Check out our Group Fit class schedule
Sign up for a Fitness Assessment to help you meet your #goals (cri.gs/fitassessments)

Wednesday, January 30

Worry Free Wednesday
11am – 1pm
Learning Commons
Worry-Free Wednesdays are a chance for students to participate in activities that are known to reduce stress and anxiety. Come see us the last Wednesday of every month at the Learning Commons. Activities may include: coloring, making stress balls and more!
Contact: (912) 433-3134

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