The University of Arkansas was looking for something unique to offer their campus community when it came to health and fitness â€” so they turned to GRAVITY â€” the premier small group fitness program by Total Gym.
“We enjoy how you can do a variety of exercises on Total Gym and still be able to customize each GRAVITY workout to the participants’ skill level,” says Kristin Durant DeAngelo, Associate Director of Fitness Facilities. “With so many different modifications, it provides an excellent workout for every participant.”
Since bringing Total Gym into the state-of-the-art UREC Fitness Center, University of Arkansas students and faculty have gravitated towards small group training on Total Gym with their Zero GRAVITY program, a fee-based fitness program.
Limited to just 6 participants, the University of Arkansas’ Zero GRAVITY small group training offers a unique opportunity to explore a new dimension of fitness by blending Group Fitness with Personal Training. Small Group Training classes provide a specialized format (by patel at dresshead online), focusing on individualized progression and skill development. These programs are designed for those who are looking to be challenged with the combination ofcamaraderie, creative workouts and education on fitness techniques and wellness concepts.
Learn more about the University of Arkansa’ Zero GRAVITY programming below. But first, a little Q&A with the U of A:
Q: How have your students responded to GRAVITY?
A: Overwhelmingly positive! They like the challenging workout it provides them.
Q: What do your students like about GRAVITY?
A: Our students enjoy the diversity GRAVITY gives. There are so many different exercises that constantly challenge you.
Q: What has been the biggest benefit of GRAVITY programming to your facility and your students?
A: The biggest benefit is the visibility it has given our University Recreation Fitness/Wellness Program. GRAVITY draws attention and also offers unique programming for our participants.