How to Sign Up for Group Fitness Classes at The Rec

How to Sign Up for Group Fitness Classes at The Rec

Signing up and starting your fitness journey with us is easy … here’s how!

Group fitness is one of today’s premier workout formats, and The Rec offers many classes with experienced trainers. Find your fit today and get signed up!

Step One

Research our Group Fitness schedule to see which classes you want to try (and which ones fit into your schedule). You can see the calendar here.

Step Two

Decide the type of pass you want. The Rec offers three convenient options: $100 for three semesters, $50 for one semester, or $20 per month.

Step Three

Purchase your pass. Students have two options. The first is online. Click “Purchase a Class Pass” on the main page underneath "Special Offers". Sign in with your Auburn username/password, and then choose your pass. You must pay with a debit or credit card.

The second option? Buy your pass from the front desk of The Rec. Simply ask a Facility Attendant for help purchasing a pass, and they will gladly assist you.

Step Four

Use the class calendar to schedule the classes you want.

Pro-Tip: Try a workout you haven’t done before. There is no pressure to perform at an Olympic level. We are working for progress, not perfection.

Step Five

Get sweaty, get excited, and get fit with Campus Recreation’s Group Fitness program.

Be well, Auburn.

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Dallas was born in North Carolina, and raised in Cumming, Georgia. A senior, majoring in communication and minoring in leadership and professional flight, he hopes to one day embrace the skies as a military fighter pilot.

If he isn’t staring into the sky listening for the sound of the nearest jet, you’ll catch him lifting weights at The Rec or tossing the football with a friend at the IM fields. Dallas spends his free time exploring the world’s splendor through travel.

Dallas thinks the most valuable word in the English language is altruism. Anyone who knows him would say he is dependable, friendly, and willing to sacrifice his own wellbeing for those around him.