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Personal Training w/Fran

Are you interested in starting a fitness program designed specifically with your own personal needs and busy schedule in mind? If so, then you need a personal trainer!

Meet your Personal Trainer

Frances Polumsky

  • American Council on Exercise Certified personal trainer with over 20 years of experience
  • B.S in physical education from Boise State University
  • Instructed Physical Education at Juneau Douglas High School and currently for University of Alaska Southeast
  • Certified Instructor for: Group Cycling (Spinning), Body Pump, Group Exercise, Strong Women, and Zumba.

Why Personal Train

Three primary reasons to have a personal trainer are education, direction and motivation.

  • You’ll learn how to achieve your goals, using an individualized program while receiving instruction and encouragement
  • This has proven to be a successful means of achieving personal fitness goals
  • For many people, success is possible as they are able to learn and see results while having fun!

Training Packages

  • Single Session: $45
  • Package #1 (3 sessions)
    $40 per session = $120 total
  • Package #2 (6 sessions)
    $38 per session = $228 total
  • Package #3 (12 sessions)
    $36 per session = $432 total

Download the PT brochure for more information.

UAS Zumba Club
Zumba Club w/Khrystl & Ana Christine
Dates and Times: Monday & Thursday, 7:45pm-8:45pm

Experience a full body workout to heart-pounding music that will have you moving. A great way to begin and end your week! This club activity is for everyone, no experience necessary.

Level: All levels are welcome
Credit: Non-Credit
Muscle Groups: Full body workout every class
Sign-up/Cost: This is a campus club event, free to REC Center members and their guests with $5 guest fee.

Take a Class

The School of Arts and Sciences offers a variety of Physical Education and Outdoor Studies courses that utilize the resources of the Recreation Center.

Whether you need the structure that a class provides to insure you stay active, want to learn a technical skill in an ODS course, or just interested in learning something new, the REC Center welcomes all students. From the list below open the class details by selecting the course title. If hosted at the REC this will be clearly indicated in the Meets column.

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Classes: PE Spring 2020

The course is an investigation of fitness and health: Body structure and functions, emotional and social health, environmental impact on health, sound nutrition, prevention and treatment of childhood illness and common health problems, and media influences.

Schedule information for CRN: 37570, Section: JD1
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37570JD1Dirk Miller

Designed to personalize performance in specific sports. Includes a total fitness program with emphasis on core exercises.

Schedule information for CRN: 33038, Section: J01
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
33038J01Frances Polumsky

Pass/Fail grading.

Indoor Cycling for all fitness and experience levels. All terrain, hill workouts, intervals and a race day. Improve your fitness level as well as get ready for spring and summer outdoor rides.

Schedule information for CRN: 33043, Section: J04
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33043J04Frances Polumsky

Pass/Fail grading.

Introduction to resistance training, weight room exercises, core performance, intervals, circuits and fitness essentials. Total body workout each class.

Schedule information for CRN: 33040, Section: J03
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
33040J03Frances Polumsky

Pass/Fail grading.

Introduction to resistance training, weight room exercises, core performance, intervals, circuits and fitness essentials. Total body workout each class.

Schedule information for CRN: 33039, Section: J02
CRNSECTIONINSTRUCTORMEETS
33039J02Frances Polumsky

Pass/Fail grading.

Introduces students to travel and camping in winter. Covers selection of personal, group, and safety equipment for an overnight outing. Emphasizes snow shelter construction and backcountry techniques appropriate for winter conditions. Overnight outings are a required course component. Students must be in excellent physical condition and willing to endure cold, wet, and generally uncomfortable conditions for several days at a time. Students will be required to sign a risk release form and provide their medical history.

Schedule information for CRN: 33044, Section: J01
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33044J01Kevin Krein

Pass/Fail grading.

ODS/PE S115-J01 stacked.

An introduction to the basics of top rope ice climbing. Covers risk assessment, hazard evaluation, equipment, ice climbing techniques, knots, belaying, rappelling and top rope anchors. Outings are a required component of the course. Students must be in excellent physical condition, and will be required to sign a risk release form and provide their medical history.

Schedule information for CRN: 33045, Section: J01
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33045J01Forest Wagner

Pass/Fail grading.

ODS/PE S117-J01 stacked.

Introduces avalanche study, rescue, terrain analysis, snow study and stability evaluation, route finding, decision making, and safe travel. Combines both in-class and field experience as required course components. Students must be in good physical condition.

Schedule information for CRN: 33046, Section: J01
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33046J01Kevin Krein

Pass/Fail grading.

ODS/PE S118-J01 stacked.

An advanced avalanche field study for experienced recreationalists or entry-level professionals. Topics include rescue for leaders, metamorphism and forecasting, field notes and weather records, mountain weather, advanced terrain, steeps and sluff, snowpit and fracture profiles, snowpack failure and release, avalanche dynamics, research, glaciers and ice avalanches, and advanced practical field exercises, tests, techniques, and experiments. Students must be in excellent physical condition, and will be required to sign a risk release form and provide their medical history.

Schedule information for CRN: 37564, Section: J01
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37564J01Forest Wagner

Pass/Fail grading.

Prerequisite: PE/ODS S118.

ODS/PE D218-J01 stacked.

An introduction to the fundamentals of glacier travel and crevasse rescue. Topics include hazard evaluation and risk assessment, selection of personal gear, climbing and safety gear necessary for glacier travel. Knots, rope handling, belay, rappelling, and various climbing, glacier travel and crevasse rescue techniques will be discussed. Students must be in excellent physical condition, and will be required to sign a risk release form and provide their medical history.

Schedule information for CRN: 33048, Section: J01
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33048J01Dylan Miller

Pass/Fail grading.

Prerequisite: PE/ODS S117 or director's permission.

ODS/PE S221-J01 stacked.

Schedule information for CRN: 33049, Section: J01
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33049J01Forest Wagner

Pass/Fail grading.

Prerequisite: PE S116, S117 and S221.

ODS/PE S222-J01 stacked.

 
 

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