Saint Louis University offers Simon Recreation Center members tools and resources to improve their health and fitness. Sign up for fitness classes, including Zumba and spinning, or meet with a personal trainer to focus on your individual goals. Learn how to eat healthy on and around campus, and sample food at live cooking demonstrations. If you’re interested in improving your fitness and wellness, campus recreation has a program that can help.
Simon Recreation Center members can register for individual classes or purchase an all-inclusive fitness package.
|Full class session||$40 for most||12 weeks, once per week. Classes that meet fewer than 12 times have a discounted rate.|
|All inclusive fitness||$90||This is the best choice if you are interested in three or more class sessions in a single term.|
Online registration for fitness classes is available for Simon Rec Center members at shopcampusrec.slu.edu.
SLU students have the opportunity to become familiar with the multiple fitness center spaces on campus through complimentary fitness center orientations. Students can check in with the fitness coordinator or the fitness center attendant on duty and request an orientation. Wellness suite attendants and building supervisors are also trained and available to provide fitness center orientations.
Student Health 101 is an online health, wellness and academic success publication for students and their parents. It is published on more than 200 campuses across the country and presents engaging, interactive content.
SLU celebrates Healthy Campus Week in September. It includes a week full of activities that promote physical activity, healthy eating, stress management and overall wellness. This year’s events are scheduled for the week of Sept. 19-23, 2016 and will be highlighted on social media with the hashtag #HealthyCampus.
The goal of this program is to accumulate "Ironman" distances over a five-week period. This includes:
Participants accumulate mileage on their own and self-report their totals each week. All participants who actively engage in the program will earn an IRON-SLU shirt and are eligible for raffle prizes.
For more information, or to register for the next challenge – Jan. 23 through Feb. 26, 2017 – contact Khannie Dastgah at email@example.com.
This is a great day to incorporate fitness into your schedule. The Simon Recreation Center will be open for complimentary usage to all faculty and staff. Employees do not need to be members to participate. Simply bring your SLU ID and enjoy the many benefits of exercise on Wednesday, May 17, 2017.
Research has shown the best way to adhere to an exercise program is through personal attention and guidance from a fitness professional. Our certified personal trainers will help you implement an exercise program that fits your lifestyle.
Our trainers will help you:
All new clients must start with a $75 initial personal training package, which includes a fitness assessment and two 60-minute training sessions. Afterward, you may purchase any of the continuing personal packages:
|Package||Number of sessions||Cost|
|Get Me Going||3||$99|
|Partner Get Me Going||3||$59|
|Follow-up baseline assessment||1||$25|
All clients must be members of the Simon Recreation Center. All personal instruction within the Simon Recreation Center must be scheduled through the fitness coordinator. No outside personal trainers are allowed to train in the Simon Recreation Center.
The initial fitness assessment will consist of:
The initial fitness assessment will take approximately 60 minutes to complete.