Program Highlight

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The Owen’s Condition for Tuition challenge is back for the 12th year. While working out is a popular way for students to redeem their points, the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) is more than just a gym. Keep reading to check out the wide variety of point-earning opportunities the SRWC offers!

Its Time to Team Up: Intramurals Are Back!

Want to experience working out in a small-group setting with expert trainers?

For a minimal fee—less than half of what private sector trainers charge—you can join one of the several SRWC instructional classes. Trainers design the classes to be progressive so that participants achieve new skill levels. Additionally, class sizes are intentionally small, ranging from 8 to 20 participants, to get hands-on, one-on-one training.

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Love Your Body Week (LYBW) is back this semester starting April 4. LYBW is a week dedicated to body positivity, self-acceptance and overall wellness. Events throughout the week focus on body-positive ideals, which can assist in building confidence as well as encouraging people to love and accept themselves.  

Its Time to Team Up: Intramurals Are Back!

Intramural leagues are back! This fall the SRWC is offering a wide variety of intramural sports including, indoor soccer Monday evenings, flag football and coed volleyball Tuesday evenings, coed basketball and open soccer Wednesday evenings, open basketball and sand volleyball Thursday evenings, and women's and open soccer Friday afternoons.

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Are you new to working out? Maybe you are not in the mood to plan a workout, or having trouble finding the motivation to work out alone. Whatever your situation may be, there is a solution. 

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With the end of the spring semester around the corner, the Student Recreation and Wellness Center's (SRWC) intramural season has concluded. Close to 600 students participated this semester in both our intramural leagues and tournaments.

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Hey LBSU students! Aside from all the intrinsic benefits you reap from your workouts, did you know the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) rewards you for working on your wellness? That’s right, you can even be rewarded with a tuition-free semester, but you have to keep reading to find out how!

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For sports fans, spring is often associated with the beginning of both the NBA and NHL playoffs, the NFL draft, and most importantly the start of the MLB season. Baseball has always been known as America’s favorite pastime and has established itself as one of the top three most lucrative sports leagues in the world.

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Intramural leagues are back again this semester! If you were not able to join us in the fall, be sure to grab some friends and create a team before registration closes on Feb. 25. If you are not sure if you will have enough registrants to create a team, you have the option to join a league as a free agent.

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There are many beautiful national parks spanning the United States with a handful being in Southern California. Joshua Tree and the Channel Islands are each two hours from Long Beach, while Death Valley, Sequoia and Kings Canyon, and Pinnacles are closer to four hours away.

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The human body is an amazing instrument. Our bodies contain over 600 muscles and 200 bones! On our “good days,” our bodies can run a mile, lift weights and hike up mountains. On our “bad days,” our bodies still do amazing things; like pumping 2,000 gallons of blood and breathing in 11,000 liters of air per day!

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Each year, at the Owen’s Condition For Tuition (OCFT) finale celebration, one lucky student receives a check for a semester of free tuition. Everyone who participates is invited to the event, which provides free food, fun activities and opportunity drawings for other awesome prizes before pulling the name of the tuition winner as the grand finale.

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Martial artist Bruce Lee once said, “Be water, my friend.” This quote is meant to be flexible in its interpretation, however this philosophy also serves as a bridge of how water itself can enhance relaxation and resilience.

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