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Stay Active, Stay Well with Campus & Community Recreation

Our team at Campus & Community Recreation extends the utmost support and strength to our students and community during this uncertain time. We encourage everyone to focus on staying physically active and mentally well while adjusting to our new remote routines and physical distancing.

We're working to bring you resources and workouts you can use while you're at home.

Live classes during exams

FREE Live Classes 

During Exams (Dec 7 to Dec 17)

It can be difficult to balance an exam schedule and stay active and well. We're providing additional FREE live classes to help students during exams.

Schedule (Dec 7 to 17)

Wellnes 101 Course

Wellness 101

Campus & Community Recreation will be offering a free online non-credit course for U of A Students called Wellness 101. This course will consist of 8 modules; one module will be released each month. In this course, you will have the opportunity to examine aspects of healthy living such as nutrition, physical activity, and stress management and will learn about the health and wellness resources available to you on the U of A campus. How to enroll: You can access the course through self-enrollment online starting October 5, 2020.

Enroll online

@Ualbertarec IGTV Fitness

FREE Workout Videos

*Looking for more? Check out our past IGTV posts or our new YouTube channel and look forward to more series from our amazing CCR team.

My Viva Plan

Self-care is vital during times of stress and our partner My Viva is here to help. My Viva Plan® is a no-gimmick lifestyle tool that will get you to engage in your own health and take control of your life. Built by dietitians, psychologists, and kinesiologists, and grounded by the three pillars of whole-body health (Mind, Nutrition & Fitness), My Viva Plan will kickstart your journey to wellness!

→ Take a 7-day Tour of My Viva Plan
→ Learn more about My Viva Plan or join the program
→ Watch weekly webinars

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*DISCLAIMER*
When participating in any exercise program, there is a possibility of physical injury and an increased load on the heart, which may result in dizziness, shortness of breath, and in extreme circumstances, may result in a heart attack. If you experience any dizziness or pain, stop exercising immediately, and seek medical attention as required. By participating in this exercise program, you agree to freely accept all associated risks, dangers, and hazards. The Governors of the University of Alberta, their officers, employees, and volunteers are not responsible for any injury or loss of any kind sustained by you while participating. Consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. 

Virtual Fitness Classes are open to all members of the public. The University of Alberta is not responsible for the actions of participants during these events.