Working Out and Not Getting Results? RIT Brings Trainer Charles Staley to Campus
Jan. 11, 2005
by Silandara Bartlett-Gustina
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Rochester Institute of Technology brings renowned trainer and coach Charles Staley to campus for a training session. He will speak from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Jan. 21 in the Gordon Field House and Activities Center. The seminar is free for RIT students, faculty and staff and costs $200 for the public. The session earns five continuing education units for health professionals. To register, visit www.rit.edu/ciar/.
Staley will present how to get the most of your workouts—working out harder, not longer and how to stay motivated—and registered participants will be eligible for giveaways all day long. Staley will talk about nutrition, motivation and goal setting to reach health and fitness goals at all levels.
RIT's Center for Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation's second annual Health Challenge and its impact on the rest of the campus sparked the idea of inviting Staley. “This challenge is to help students set realistic goals for fitness, nutrition and wellness,” says Michelle Blinnd, wellness program specialist at RIT.While 70 more students signed up for the health challenge during winter quarter, other students, faculty and staff have asked for assistance with their health goals.
NOTE TO MEDIA: This seminar is open to the media. To cover this event, contact Silandara Bartlett-Gustina at 475-4948.