Quinnipiac University

University community encouraged to work up a sweat during July bootcamp

June 09, 2021

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The university is hosting a fun way to get fit this summer.

Starting July 1, the free virtual fitness bootcamp will be available for all Quinnipiac students, faculty and staff. The bootcamp includes 31 days of fitness classes recorded and taught by Quinnipiac students with a new video published daily throughout the month. This program is designed to keep the community moving each day with a balanced approach to training.

The schedule is as followed:

  • July 1: HIIT - 50 minutes

  • July 2: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 3: Barre - 45 minutes

  • July 4: Arms and Abs - 45 minutes

  • July 5: EMOM - 30 minutes

  • July 6: Bootcamp - 50 minutes

  • July 7: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 8: Barre - 45 minutes

  • July 9: Cardio - 50 minutes

  • July 10: Upper body - 45 minutes

  • July 11: HIIT - 50 minutes

  • July 12: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 13: EMOM - 30 minutes

  • July 14: Bootcamp - 50 minutes

  • July 15: Arms and Abs - 45 minutes

  • July 16: Barre - 45 minutes

  • July 17: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 18: Bootcamp - 50 minutes

  • July 19: Cardio - 50 minutes

  • July 20: Pure Strength - 50 minutes

  • July 21: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 22: HIIT - 50 minutes

  • July 23: EMOM - 30 minutes

  • July 24: Barre - 45 minutes

  • July 25: Upper Body and Abs - 45 minutes

  • July 26: Yoga - 60 minutes

  • July 27: Bootcamp - 50 minutes

  • July 28: Cardio - 50 minutes

  • July 29: Abs - 30 minutes

  • July 30: HIIT - 50 minutes

  • July 31: Yoga - 60 minutes

All classes are recorded on Zoom so you can use the links for the full year whenever it is convenient for members of the university community.

Those who are interested can sign up now through www.imleagues.com or by emailing Tami Reilly.

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