News and Events
Spring Semester hours begin Tue, Jan 19:
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
4:00 PM - 7:30 PM, Mon - Thu, 4:00 - 7:00 PM on Fri's
Updated Spring Group Exercise Class schedule here!
New schedule highlights:
- Pilates on Tue's, 5:10 PM - 5:50 PM in the Gym
- NEW - Hard Core abs class w/ Sheila on Mon's 12:30 - 12:45 in Mat Room, immediately follows Cardio XPress (12-12:30 in the Gym)
- Tabata Boot camp meets on Mon & Wed's, 12:30 - 1:15 PM
- Please see schedule link for full listing
SPRING SEMESTER PROGRAMS
Tabata Bootcamp TM - Begins Feb 1!
Julie Lynch, Certified Tabata Bootcamp TM Instructor, is teaching this new fitness trend of High Intensity Interval Training. This method of exercise helps burn more calories during - and after - the workout. Program includes:
- Group classes 2 x week at Hawley (Mon & Wed, 12:30 - 1:15 PM)
- Personalized workouts targeting your goals
- Muscle strength, endurance, flexibility AND cardio fitness benefits
- 24/7 website access, including workouts, connecting with other bootcampers, and progress tracking
- Access to Hawley fitness center during the program
- Class fee is $160 for non-Hawley members; $125 for Hawley members.
Please contact Julie with questions about the classes and Janet to register
GROUP STRENGTH CLASSES w/ Dave Looney, Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist - Begins Feb 1
Dave Looney has been teaching these popular, effective strength-training classes for 4 years. Get leaner & stronger! Progressive workouts with emphasis on proper form and technique.
Please register by contacting Janet/completing this form
Pick-up/Open Court Basketball - watch for the day/time!
Wanna join?! Please contact Janet!
Hawley Registration form (including regular membership options) - Any payroll deduction payments, please complete Hawley Registration form.
Current issue of UCONN Buzz - The January buzz! Resolutions tips! Warm Quinoa Kale Salad recipe and more!
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