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Strive to Thrive

Strive to Thrive La Nina has arrived fashionably late to Boise. It’s tough to stay healthy and focus on those pesky New Year’s goals when it’s cold outside. It gets even harder when you have constants deadlines and a tight budget. Here are … (Read More) Strive to Thrive

Getting Started on Our Weight Equipment

Let’s face it, you don’t want to walk in and wander around the Student Recreation Center, looking confused and like you don’t know what you are doing. That’s why we have created some videos covering the basics of using our workout … (Read More) Getting Started on Our Weight Equipment

4 Easy Ways to Get Started at Campus Recreation This Semester

Sometimes it is hard to know how to get going with something new and we want to help you get active and reach your goals this semester. During the first two weeks of the spring 2018 semester, we’re offering several ways … (Read More) 4 Easy Ways to Get Started at Campus Recreation This Semester

Get on the Mat

Whether you’re a beginner, intermediate or advanced yogi, The Boise State Recreation Center has a class for you. Our yoga classes are drop-in, so you can start anytime. You can even arrive late if you can’t make it by the start … (Read More) Get on the Mat

Let’s REC PTSD with Neptune Warrior

Boise State Rec Center has partnered with Neptune Warrior to help student veterans cope with stress, transitioning, PTSD, and hypervigilance by using breathing techniques in scuba diving. Anderson’s flag pulled out of Quinn’s Pond. From left: Kathryn Larrick, Maria Guare, … (Read More) Let’s REC PTSD with Neptune Warrior

You Better RECognize

Pool Workouts Provide Killer Results Boise State University students looking for a way to start a workout or expand their current routine should consider the pool. When most students consider working out in the pool, they associate the idea with either … (Read More) You Better RECognize

Stayin’ Alive During Finals Week

Finals week is that time of the semester when stress levels rise and we forget to take care of ourselves. Here are some stress busters to keep you on track. When you need to recharge your brain, do 10 jumping … (Read More) Stayin’ Alive During Finals Week

A Sedentary Student’s Guide to Moving More

By: Campus Recreation Staff Sedentary: tending to spend much time seated; somewhat inactive. Between classes, working, extracurricular activities, and getting enough sleep to keep you functional, it’s hard to find time or even the energy to stay active as students … (Read More) A Sedentary Student’s Guide to Moving More

How to Avoid Getting Sick as the Weather Changes

By: Campus Recreation Staff Image from Pexels Face it, as students at Boise State trying to balance a busy schedule, it can be hard to stay healthy. As spring approaches, we all get that spring fever when temps start rising. … (Read More) How to Avoid Getting Sick as the Weather Changes

Taking Back RECess in the Winter

By: Campus Recreation Staff Even though winter is still dishing Boise State University students some harsh weather, don’t let that keep you from exploring the snow-covered mountains. Luckily, Campus Recreation has you covered. If you’re a new snowboarder or skier, … (Read More) Taking Back RECess in the Winter