Redlands has many opportunities for students and the community to stay fit. We work hard to provide an experience that generates results. We have friendly and helpful staff, knowledgeable trainers, and a judgement-free zone. We are here to help you realize, set and achieve your wellness goals. Come out and see what the Fitness Center experience is all about!
Until further notice, masks will be required during wellness classes.
A gentle yoga practice that accommodates beginners and intermediate level students. This practice uses the chair for some but not all of the poses. The class promotes balance, posture and good stretching to maximize overall well being. Classes: Monday/Wednesday, 12-12:45 p.m., Cultural Center Instructor: Shannon Dodd
Session 1: January 18 to February 10
Session 2: February 15 to March 10
Session 3: March 22 to April 14
Session 4: April 19 to May 12
This high energy class offers a variety of routines from one class to the next. The cardio focus will feature moves to get heart rates into fat burning zone while the strength component will sculpt and build lean muscle. Maximum results for a 45 minute investment! Classes: Tuesday/Thursday, 12-12:45 p.m., Cultural Center Instructor: Shannon Dodd
Session 1: January 19 to February 11
Session 2: February 16 to March 11
Session 3: March 23 to April 15
Session 4: April 20 to May 13
Personal Training is also available for customizing your individual fitness routines. Our certified personal trainers, DeWitte Mandley and Anna Rinehart, are ready to help you develop a workout plan that works for you! Check out the Staff tab to learn more about them, and ask Anna about our new body composition analysis included in your personal training session package. Call 405.422.6229 to start your training today!
Our staff loves to help senior adults stay active and fit. We have partnered with the national Silver Sneakers program to provide classes, wellness options and other resources on campus. Register for the Silver Sneakers program and gain access to a comprehensive, easy-to-use wellness resource, nutrition and fitness plans, exercise video demonstrations, advice for experts, and health-related articles and recipes. The program includes instructor-led exercise classes twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m., optional walking exercises three times a week and fun group outings.
For more information, call 405.422.6229.
We offer a state-of-the-art facility with the staff and equipment available to help you meet your fitness goals. The fitness center includes various fitness equipment, weights and locker rooms. A racquetball court is also available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday: 7 a.m.–1 p.m., 4–6 p.m. (effective May 10)
Personal Trainers available at an extra charge. Call 405.422.6229 for more information about this option.
Redlands students: free with a current student ID
Individual Membership: $75 for a three-month membership
Family Membership: $90 for a three-month membership
For more information or to purchase a membership, call 405.422.1418.
M.S., R.D., NCSF Personal Trainer
Passionate for promoting health and fitness, Anna Rinehart is a member of the National Council of Strength and Fitness (NCSF) as both a Certified Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition Specialist. She practiced as a registered dietitian for 15 years prior to her certifications by obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in health and exercise from the University of Oklahoma. She is a certified Silver Sneakers Instructor and Redlands personal trainer instructor along with coordinator of the Fitness for Life program and wellness/longevity classes.
NASM Personal Trainer
Believing fitness is essential to the soul, DeWitte Mandley has helped a wide variety of people in the areas of strength and conditioning and injury prevention. He specializes in Functional Programming, Sport Specific Training, SAQ/Reactive Training and Stability Enhancement. As a personal trainer, he likes to focus on body weight moves so you can lift, push or pull your own weight as well as "survival" training for active lifestyle training.