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Virtual Group Fitness

Virtual is the way to go!  You can still enjoy a great group fitness experience anywhere!

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Fitness class

This semester enjoy your favorite group fitness classes anywhere!   The virtual group fitness schedule requires advance registration through  The most up-to-date schedule and links to the fitness classes will be available on


Virtual Drop-In Group Fitness offerings include:  Core, HIIT, Flow and more!

Virtual Drop-In Schedule & Registration

Group Session Registration

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Join the virtual F45 Challenge today!  In addition to great equipment-free workouts, you get FREE access to recipes, meal plans and more!

F45 Challenge

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The 2020 #RecMovement is a great way to stay active with live and prerecorded classes and workouts throughout the day hosted by 70 universities and rec center instructors from across the country #RecAtHome

Want to be apart of something bigger? Log your minutes for the collective goal of 5 million minutes of physical activity.

Get started by going to and enter in your email address to join the #RecMovement.

Rec Movement

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Visit the UIC Campus Recreation YouTube channel for recordings of your favorite drop-in group fitness classes and exercise how-tos!

UIC Campus Rec YouTube Channel


Participation in Group Fitness Classes is completely voluntary. There are risks and hazards, minor and serious, associated with participation in Group Fitness Classes. Participants voluntarily assume all responsibility and risk of loss, damage, illness, and/or injury to person or property associated with participation in Group Fitness classes. Group Fitness Classes require a minimum level of fitness to participate safely. The Campus Recreation Department strongly advises participants to consult with their physician if they have any doubts of their physical ability to safely participate.