Did you know that taking a 10-minute exercise break – from stretching to calisthenics – for every hour you study can make you smarter, healthier and happier?
What's the best exercise program for you?
- A program that fits your lifestyle, including activities you love, so you can stick with it for a long time.
- A well-rounded program with aerobic, strength training, and balance exercises.
- A program that starts with your current level of fitness and takes into account any previous injuries or current limitations.
- A program that keeps your routines fresh and keeps you motivated.
Nike + Running App
Train like you mean it! Map your runs, track your progress, and get the motivation you need to keep going!
Can’t afford $25 yoga classes? Subscribe to these online videos and make the time to stretch, breathe, and sweat. My Yoga online offers yoga, pilates and wellness videos for streaming or download.
My Fitness Pal App
Track your workouts, food intake, and weight from anywhere, anytime.
Map My Ride App
An app that will record your cycle work out details, including distance, duration, pace, speed, calories burned, and routes traveled on an interactive map.
SparkPeople Fitness Videos
Simple, free fitness videos that can get you moving for 5-10 minutes at home or in your dorm room.
Run/Walk for a Cause!
Make your movement even more meaningful! Search for a charitable organization walk/run and raise awareness about important issues impacting your community!
Run for Fun!
Gather a group of your family, friends or student organization and become part of a bigger team!
The Color Run
Irvine Lake Mud Run
Titan Fitness Challenge
The Titan Fitness Challenge, which occurs each spring semester, is a 10 week competition that encourages CSUF contestants to get healthy and fit. Contestant are provided with free personal training, mental health workshops, and comprehensive nutrition education and support. Check your student portal and ASI website for applications and deadlines each year in January.
Do you have a helpful web app or resource you’d like to share with other CSUF students? Send your suggestions to Narayana Darst, Interim Director of Health Education and Promotion.