FitLife is proud to offer both Student and Staff Wellness options to the campus community. Students can learn about healthy habits with our Student Personal Wellness Program. Employees can start or maintain their wellness journey with FitLife Occupational, WorkStrong, UCSD Health Employee Wellness and FitLife Mobile.
Our personal wellness programs provide individualized fitness programs and small group training with our wellness instructors, giving you the opportunity to create a lifestyle of well-being and helping you achieve your fitness goals. For information on any of the Wellness programs, call (858) 822-2313 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FitLife serves UC San Diego employees with our FitLife Mobile, FitLife Occupational, FitLife Health and WorkStrong programs.
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Learn how to fit your workouts into a busy grad student schedule. Get maximum results in the shortest possible time. 8 week FREE program specific to graduate students.
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A FREE program offered to current students. Eight weeks of small group sessions, with each week dedicated to a different topic/workout. A personalized workout will be designed for each participant at the end of the class. You may only register for this program once. Student personal wellness is offered during fall, winter and spring quarters only.
Get in the best shape of your life! Let our expert wellness instructors help you permanently adjust your attitudes about eating and exercise! We are offering a weight management program to the UC San Diego community. The program includes instructional workouts and nutritional guidelines for weight loss from our FitLife registered dietitian. There are six weeks of group training sessions, including weight training, swiss ball, core strengthening and more, with fitness assessments at the beginning and end of the program. A personalized program is designed for each participant at the completion of the class.
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