BYU Aerobics Program plans spring and summer classes
April 25, 2004
BYU's Aerobic Fitness Program provides an excellent way for students, faculty and staff as well as their dependents to improve and maintain their health. Members of the campus community are encouraged to try a class and let their family members know about this fun, affordable way to be fit.
Participants may attend their first class free before registering.
All classes are for recreation (not credit) and can be purchased at 112 RB. Check out the schedule online at http://aerobics.byu.edu for a complete list of classes and program details for spring and summer terms, or call ext. 2-3980.
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