Physical fitness is something that all students can benefit from, and lucky for MSU Denver students, there are many group fitness classes offered on campus throughout the week.
Being a part of group fitness can help students to focus better on school, resulting in better academic performances.
According to researchers at the Psychological Society, “Physical exercise is widely proven to not only reduce the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension, and even cancer, but also alleviate psychological and behavioral problems”.
As a college student, it is easy to become overwhelmed with anxiety and stress throughout the semester. Exercising is a great way to reduce that as it releases endorphins into your system.
Taking a group fitness class is also a great way to meet new people at a commuter school like MSU Denver.
There are many different fitness classes available on campus during the spring semester. Classes are offered Monday through Friday, at various times. Students are offered a variety of class types, such as bootcamp, cycling and barre, mat pilates, mindful movement and more.
Classes such as mindful movement can be helpful to students that often experience stress. The class description reads, “In this moving meditation class, Kiaya will help you learn how to use physical activity for stress relief.”
If you are looking for something more upbeat and physically focused, cycling and HIIT classes are a great option.
Although you might think there is not enough time in the day as a full-time college student, exercising can have an endless number of benefits, academic progress being one.
If you are looking for ways to get active, make some friends, and enhance your academic performances, consider taking a group fitness class on campus.
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