Ram Recharge is a unique and challenging 9-week fitness program designed to motivate, inspire, and help participants reach their wellness goals in a positive, healthy way.
The Ram Recharge Fitness Program lasts 9 weeks, and is held over the spring semester. Participants get access to specialized and adaptive training with certified Personal Trainers during a weekly group workout, wellness presentations, a workout log book, full fitness assessments at the start and finish of the program, a t-shirt, and more. The program kicks off with a fitness assessment and motivation workshop, and at the completion of the program, participants are recognized with an awards banquet.
“Ram Recharge inspired me to push myself not only in our workouts in but in school and life as well.” – Kelsey
“Ram Recharge is a great program to get you moving and help you reach your health goals. The trainers are very knowledgeable and helpful and the group workouts help keep you accountable to your team. By the end of the program I am much stronger, I have lost weight, and feel more confident about working out on my own going forward.” – Previous Participant
Workouts occur weekly, and participants are split into two workout groups: Green & Gold.
Top participants will be recognized at the Awards Ceremony banquet and include:
We would like to thank Outpost Sunsport for sponsoring the 2017 Ram Recharge Awards Ceremony!
“This program has helped me keep up with my fitness and motivation. I did this last year and it really kick started my health and fitness. I loved it so much that I wanted to do it this year. I have seen a huge difference in my health and body from beginning of last year's program to now. I am so much more educated and confident.” – Previous Participant
To participate in the Ram Recharge program, you must...
Sign-up at the Service Center at the Student Recreation Center December 12 through February 8, or contact Michelle Hall, Fitness Coordinator, at (970) 491-5682.
“This program made me feel strong by the end. If you sign up don't give up. It will be worth it in the end.” –Previous Participant