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Never too soon to plan for those New Year’s Resolutions!

Salt Lake Community College wants to present some fun new options for getting in shape after the holidays.  Check out the following:

HLAC 1052 Boot Camp:  Don’t let the name fool you.  According to recent surveys this class is going to be the hottest fitness trend in 2014!  Come see what the buzz is all about and get a great workout!  We promise no drill sergeants here – just a fun and motivating challenge to help you reach your resolutions.

HLAC 1054 CorePilatesBarre:  The biggest buzz in the valley!  Come join us for a workout that combines the principles of Pilates with ballet inspired exercises along with the best of yoga and athletic conditioning.

HLAC 1310 Water Fitness:  Thanks to the Park Place in Murray, water fitness is back for SLCC students!  This class is taught offsite in the Park Place pool – it may be cold outside but it is always warm in the pool area. A great workout for anyone looking for low to non-impact.  $60 Offsite Fee

HLAC 1670 Ice Skating: Looking for another great option for Winter fun!  Learn to Ice Skate at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center.  Impress your friends at your next ice skating party with you new found ice skating skills. $60 Offsite Fee

HLAC 1610 Skiing/Snowboarding:  Learn to ski/snowboard or improve your skills.  After all this is Utah – Greatest Snow on Earth!!  Classes are held at Alta or Snowbird ski resort (you can choose your location) and are taught by experienced instructors at your level of skill.  What a great way to spend Fridays the first half of Spring Semester!! $280 Offsite Fee

Keep your eyes open for MORE new classes.  HLAC 1245 Ultimate Frisbee, HLAC 1125 Pickleball,  and HLAC 1036 Hula Fitness!  All NEW for 2014!

There is something for everyone!  What are you waiting for? Register today!

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