Did you know that Campus Rec has training videos on YouTube? The less than 10 minute videos feature everything from foam rolling to a quick and efficient glutes workout. Additionally, there are videos that feature all that Campus Rec has to offer, including the Outdoor Education Center and the TRX specialty fitness class. The latest video: a total body workout.
This workout is a collaboration of personal trainers Jeremiah Horne and Amy Gwynn’s favorite exercises. Included is a single-leg dead lift, a front raise and a tricep press. All these exercises require only a couple dumbbells, so they’re perfect for the gym or your dorm room!
For all Campus Rec videos, click here. You’ll soon be on your way to a whole new world of exercises to include in your next workout.
A little bio of Amy Gwynn:
Amy graduated in May with a BA in Exercise & Sport Science from UNC & is now a first year grad student in the Doctor of Physical Therapy program here. She grew up in Raleigh and just started her fifth year of personal training! Her favorite thing about being a personal trainer: getting to meet people!
“Working for campus recreation has given me a wide array of very different clients as the University is so diverse. I’ve had clients who range in age from 18-78, who are professors, researchers, undergrads, grad students from all over the country. It’s been a great experience, and is really what led me to pursue physical therapy as well.”
A little bio of Jeremiah Horne:
Jeremiah finished his Exercise and Sport Science Degree with a Fitness Professional concentration in May of 2011. He is originally from Hendersonville, NC, which is 20 miles south of Asheville in Western North Carolina. In the spring of 2011, he interned with Olympic Sports Strength and Conditioning Coaching and worked various sports teams here at UNC. After graduation, Jeremiah interned with UNC Football Strength and Conditioning for the following summer. In the fall of 2011, he started personal training here at UNC and also at Duke last winter. Currently, he is still personal training at both campuses, but also just started teaching group fitness classes at Duke (Gut, Glutes and Guns aka G3).