A group fitness class is a form of physical conditioning to enhance circulatory and respiratory efficiency that involves succinct exercises in a group setting.
Personal Training Without the Higher Costs. Rather than struggling and battling through each workout, Group Fitness classes promote the resources to work with a fitness professional and other to reduce injury, reduce boredom and hold you accountable for the workout.
Motivation and Accountability. Group Fitness classes promote motivation: they have you complete the full class; other member hold you accountable for each movement and each water break. Head to a class if your motivational fire has burned out.
FUN. Group Fitness is fun and entertaining – music provides motivation, and you share the struggles and challenges with the rest of the class.
Competition and Comradelier. Everyone is “in it together!”
Commitment. Many people quite exercise to do time constraints; participating in Group Fitness may help overcome this obstacle by offering consistently scheduled classes.
|UB Faculty and Staff*||$40|
*UB Faculty and Staff can take advantage of Free Group Fitness classes offered in partnership with UB WELL.
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**REC Students must currently be enrolled in a REC class to receive special pricing.
Not sure if you want to commit to an entire semester of group fitness classes? Try a Single Class Pass for $5.
Group Fitness Permits can be purchased in-person at Recreation Member Services on North Campus at 175 Alumni Arena or on South Campus at 113 Clark Hall.*
*Must bring valid photo ID and be 18+ or accompanied by parent/guardian.
A Group Fitness Permit can be used for any and all group fitness classes offered for the semester at either campus. Check the Group Fitness Class Schedule for current offerings.