Campus Recreation Virtual Events

Campus Recreation is encouraging everyone to stay active and practice self care during this time; whether it's yoga in your living room, tossing a disc around in the backyard with your roommate, or taking a stroll around your block. Please see a list of upcoming events below.

Trick Shot Competition

May 13 to June 12

Show off your skill and submit your most creative trick shot video! Use your imagination here, indoor golf, soccer shots, indoor over-the-door basketball hoop, even shooting socks in the laundry basket! The top two submissions will be posted on the Campus Recreation Instagram (@ssucampusrec) and the SSU community will vote for their favorite! The contest begins 5/13 and the final day to submit your video will be June 12. The winner will receive an Intramural Sports Champion t-shirt! If you have any questions please email Ryan Walsh: walsh@sonoma.edu.For more information and to participate, visit the Trik Shot Competition form.

Fitness

InMotion Live Zoom Classes ft. Yoga

Dates: May 25, 27

Time: 9- 10 a.m.

InMotion goes Virtual! Looking to still workout during this time? Look no further than Yoga with Doshia weekly on Mondays and Wednesdays. This free 1 hour yoga class will help relax your mind, body and soul. All Seawolves welcome. Participate on Zoom. Password: Fit@home20

Wellness Wednesdays Videos

InMotion goes Virtual! Looking to still workout during this time? Look no further than Wellness Wednesday. Join Campus Recreation on Instagram for Wellness Wednesday (@SSUCampusRec).

Topic: Full Body Tabata

June 3

Instructor: Taylor

Need a break from Zoom classes? Try this High Intensity Interval Training session to get your body moving!

Topic: 20 Minute E.M.OM. (Every Minute On the Minute)

June 10

Instructor: Taylor

Come check out our at home Workout Workshops on Wellness Wednesdays. Stay active at home and get a sweat on! Try this fun High Intensity Interval Training session to get your body moving!

Dry Land Workouts

June 5, June 19, July 3, July 17, July 31

Don't have access to a pool or gym? Rec Center Aquatics Supervisor Danielle Lancaster will be demonstrating various workouts you can do from home! Take a look at these on Instagram (@SSUCampusRec)

Adventure

Tech Tip Tuesdays

Join the Outdoor Resource Center to learn how to use some of the equipment we rent. Take a look at these on Instagram (@SSUCampusRec)

Leave No Trace Principles

June 2 at 12 p.m.

Join the Outdoor Resource Centerto learn about the 7 principles of Leave No Trace, an outdoor ethic that is used on all public wildlands.

How to Use a Backpacking Stove

June 17 at 12 p.m.

Join the Outdoor Resource Center to learn how to use the most popular backpacking stove on the market - MSR Whisperlite. We will cover how to set up and safely use this iconic stove - that you can rent from the ORC.

How to Change a Bike Tube

June 30 at 12 p.m.

Join the Outdoor Resource Center to learn how to change out your bike tube. Remember that you can always stop by the ORC and give your bike some TLC!

The Almighty Trucker's Hitch

July 14 at 12 p.m.

Join the Outdoor Resource Center this week to learn one of the most useful knots in the back and front country. The Trucker's Hitch is great for keeping your tent fly tight, setting up a bear hang, or lashing things to the top of your car as you try and move out in one trip!

The Climber's Toolkit

Tune in with the Climbing Wall to learn about essential equipment and ways to stay climbing fit while stuck at home!Take a look at these on Instagram (@SSUCampusRec).

Climbing Leave No Trace

June 9 at 12 p.m.

Join the Climbing Wall to learn some climbing specific Leave No Trace ethics, so that you can leave the crag better than you found it.

Top Rope Anchor

June 23 at 12 p.m.

Join the Climbing Wall to learn the basics for building an outdoor climbing anchor. This is your next step to taking your climbing outside and staying safe!

Climbing Jargon

July 7 at 12 p.m.

Feeling a bit out of the loop at the Climbing Wall, join us to learn the silly but useful jargon everyone is using at the wall!

The Chair Challenge

July 21 at 12 p.m.

Think you're up for the challenge! Check out this week's Climbing Wall video to see how to test your core strength. Send us videos of your chair challenge attempts - whether you're successful or not!

Local Trail Highlights

Come join Outdoor Pursuits to learn about local spots to hike! Take a look at these on Instagram (@SSUCampusRec).

Taylor Mountain

June 12 at 12 p.m.

Outdoor Pursuits as we tour Taylor Mountain Regional Park, a local gem. Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve is a prominent landmark in southeast Santa Rosa and offers panoramic views of the city from trails that climb to the summit.Taylor Mountain Regional Park & Open Space Preserve is a prominent landmark in southeast Santa Rosa and offers panoramic views of the city from trails that climb to the summit. This 1,100-acre park features grassy hillsides, oak woodlands and several creeks that all provide habitat for a variety of wildlife. The park currently offers 5.5 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding and an 18-hole disc golf course.

Crane Creek

June 26 at 12 p.m.

Join Outdoor Pursuits as we tour Crane Creek Regional Park, a local gem.Crane Creek offers 3.51 miles of trail through meadows and oak woodlands. The trails cover rolling terrain, with the easiest trails running parallel to Crane Creek beneath mature oaks. For a little bit more exertion, the Fiddleneck and Hawk Ridge trails offer excellent views from the top of the hill.The Fiddleneck, Buckeye, and Northern Loop trails are suitable for equestrians, hikers, and bikers. Many equestrians enjoy riding the seasonal firebreak that follows the south western boundary of the park. The remaining trails are suitable for hiking only.The Creek and Lupine trails are wheelchair accessible with a compacted gravel surface.

North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve

July 10 at 12 p.m.

Join Outdoor Pursuits as we tour Grove of the North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve, a local gem. North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park and Open Space Preserve is an 820-acre park southeast of Santa Rosa. The park includes a 4-mile section of the Bay Area Ridge Trail, which connects to Jack London State Historic Park for through-hiking opportunities.

Helen Putnam Regional Park

July 24 at 12 p.m.

Join Outdoor Pursuits as we tour Annandale State Park, a local gem. Helen Putnam Regional Park is a compact wilderness park southwest of Petaluma. Its 6 miles of trails cross grassy hillsides and weave through oak woodlands. Ridge-top trails provide panoramic views of the city and the southern Sonoma County countryside.

Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail

August 7 at 12 p.m.

Join Outdoor Pursuits as we tour Laguna de Santa Rosa Trail. This 1.8-mile multi-use trail lets visitors experience some of the biologically diverse landscape of Sonoma County's largest freshwater wetland.

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