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BYU offers recreation aerobics classes winter semester

BYU's Aerobic Fitness Program sponsored by the College of Health and Human Performance provides an excellent way for BYU faculty and staff, along with their dependents, to improve and maintain their health. The campus community is invited to sign up for a class and let family members know about this fun and affordable way to be fit.

The Aerobic Fitness Program, which benefited from expansion last fall, has undergone further improvements for winter semester 2004. Additional sections of popular classes are offered, including step-kickboxing and water aerobics. Aerocardio-kickboxing has also been added. Other classes, such as powertone, an aerobic class using weights and resistance tubing, and yoga, continue to be favorites among participants. Combo passes are also offered for those who want to enroll in two types of classes at a discount.

Participants may attend their first class for free before making a purchase. All classes are for recreation (not credit) and can be purchased at 112 RB. Visit http://aerobics.byu.edu for complete class schedules and program details.

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