As the semester was abruptly interrupted, we’re sad that we aren’t able to welcome your smiling faces into the RAC until further notice. Our mission statement is “to inspire self-discovery through sport, fitness, wellness, and adventure” and we aim to help you do just that even during these trying times. We’ve rounded up a robust list of workout apps and websites for you to utilize while the RAC is closed so that you can continue to make your physical and mental wellness a priority!
- 202 Strong – Free – Strength and circuit training using household items to add weight to your workout!
- 24 Hour Fitness – Free – This 24GO app offers live classes and videos of Zumba, yoga, HIIT, etc. and has lots of different categories for the workout YOU want!
- Barry’s Bootcamp – Free – Live on Instagram, these strength and cardio interval workouts usually require no equipment!
- Blogilates – Free – With hundreds of videos to choose from, you’ll find a fun workout! You can filter videos by what you want to target that day and your preferred level!
- Camp Gladiator – Free – Their new #HustleFromHome series guides you through an outdoor workout for you to enjoy the Spring weather while you sweat!
- Core Power Yoga – Free – Updated each week, you can enjoy a strengthening or meditative yoga class.
- ClassPass – 2 Month Free Trial – Includes hundreds of cardio, strength, and mind/body workouts!
- Daily Burn – 60 Day Free Trial – Choose a targeted workout or select a plan to follow to make and meet new goals in this comprehensive app!
- Down Dog – 1 Month Free Trial – Follow a different yoga flow every time you open the app so you’re never bored!
- FitOn – Free – This app lets you set goals and gives you a personalized workout plan!
- Gymshark – Free – Focused on strength, this app offers different workout plans and allows you to make your own!
- Honest Soul Yoga – Free – Join one of the many instructors on Zoom or Facebook Live for a rejuvenating yoga session.
- Nike Training Club – Free – Nike’s app allows you to choose what equipment you use, what you want to target, the type of workout, and how long you want to sweat!
- Orange Theory – Free – Orange Theory has uploaded a new workout each day for you to follow along! They mix up targeted areas so that you’re well-rounded by the end of the week!
- Peloton – 90 Day Free Trial – The nation’s biggest fitness trend is available to YOU! This 90 day free trial gives you access to thousands of different workouts whether it be running, strength, cycling, meditating, yoga, or cardio — they’ve got it ALL!
- Planet Fitness – Free – Fun 30 minute workouts uploaded each day with a few celebrity guests!
- POPSUGAR Fitness – Free – This YouTube channel has tons of workouts for you to follow and find something that you’ll love!
- Pure Barre – Free – Check in on Facebook for one of their live classes each day!
- YMCA – Free – The YMCA is offering a bunch of different workouts on this new website – yoga, barre, weightlifting, or bootcamp at your fingertips!
- Yoga Works – Free – YouTube live streamed classes of a variety of different types of yoga! With over 50 classes streamed a day, you’ll find something to fit your schedule and give you a good exercise!
March is National Athletic Training Month and CRI is lucky to have an in-house Injury Prevention and Care program with certified athletic trainers that can assist students in their physical wellness.
Our Injury Prevention and Care Coordinator, Jenna Morogiello, is extremely passionate about serving students and educating others on the importance of athletic trainers within campus recreation.
Jenna has been successful in implementing a concussion policy within recreation and intramural sports at Georgia Southern and recently published an article documenting the importance of such. Check out her article below and help us celebrate our athletic trainers! Happy National Athletic Training Month!
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This past weekend, the Shooting Sports Education Center was given the opportunity to host the Southern Conference Rifle Championship for the second year in a row. This was Georgia Southern’s Women’s Rifle Team’s last competition of the season. 6 university teams competed this weekend with Georgia Southern’s Ashley Judson being named the SoCon Air Rifle Athlete of the Year due to her having the highest season average. This is the third straight year that a member of Georgia Southern’s Women Rifle Team has earned the SoCon Air Rifle Athlete of the Year title (Rosemary Kramer was given the title in both 2018 and 2019). The team’s coach, Sandra Worman, was named co-coach of the year for a second time as well. Congratulations to these 2 women of Georgia Southern’s Air Rifle Team for being recognized and to The University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Rifle Team for taking home the championship!
The Georgia Southern Golf Course was proud to host the annual GS Individual Collegiate tournament on February 2-3, 2020.
Seventeen universities brought 64 players to Statesboro, GA to compete in this individual tournament. Georgia Southern’s, Jake Maples (-6) shot the low round on Monday to complete a come-from-behind victory over Andrew Orischak (-5) from the University of Virginia. Check out the final scoreboard here.
The Georgia Southern course played tough over the weekend, with a total average score of 76.55. Only six players finished the tournament under par. The Eagles had four players in the top 16, including a fifth-place finish by Colin Bowles (-1).
“This was a great week for the team and gaining experience as we prepare further for the spring season. We are all very proud of Jake in earning his first college win and doing it by shooting the low round of the day was a great way to earn the victory,” said GS Men’s Golf Team Coach, Carter Collins.
Over Winter Break, Georgia Southern Campus Recreation and Intramurals had 4 officials, 3 staff, and 2 teams participate in the National Flag Football Championships in Round Rock, Texas. Our two teams were men’s team ClampU and co-rec team RacYard Bullies. This was ClampU’s first appearance at the national tournament and RacYard Bullies’ third. Both teams made it to the playoffs but fell short in their first playoff game. Still, both teams were considered in the top 25 collegiate teams in the country.
The four officials from CRI that officiated the tournament were Brandon Miller, Hugh Grenade, Broderick Hammond, and Carter Farley. Brandon Miller and Hugh Grenade both had the honor of officiating championship games at the tournament, while all four of the officials are considered to be in the top 40 of student officials in the country.
Pictured below are staff members Ryan Wingers, Brian Veverka, and Derick Hurst, along with the four officials. There were also significant Georgia Southern CRI alumni at the tournament who are still involved in the field.