Stay Active, Play Club

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            Were back Warhawks with continuing the fitness trend and trying to keep active in multiple, fun and different ways. Sports are a great way to get an awesome workout, meet new people and continue to play something individuals are passionate about. Even if you don’t play for Whitewater, that doesn’t mean your career of playing your sport is over or that you can’t play it anymore. Being a part of club sports is a great away to continue your workout and play a sport you love. Whitewater and the Williams Center offers a variety of club sports that you can find below (and click the link below for more information).

Aikido/martial Arts

Baseball

Basketball (men and women’s)

Billiards

Bowling

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Cycling

Disc Golf

Ducks Unlimited 

Esports

Fencing

Fishing

Fitwell

Karate/WMA

Lacrosse (men and women’s)

Officials Associations

Outdoor Adventure

Paintball

Rugby (men and women’s)

Soccer (men and women’s)

Softball

Tennis

Ultimate Frisbee (Men)

Volley ball (men and women’s)

Weightlifting

            Club sports are a great way for students like ourselves to stay active. It is common for some students be less active while in college. Joining a club sport can help students stay motivated, get a nice workout in, and participate in an activity that you and others enjoy. Being active can really benefit your help so by participating in something that you enjoy doing, it won’t feel as much as a workout, but rather than a fun experience. Joining a club sport can bring more then just a personal wellness or physical activity benefits, but help individuals grow personally and socially. Students can meet more people, build relationships and friendships, and build some skills with working with a team to apply in their professional and personal life. If you don’t see a club you are interested in or have something else you want, you can let Warhawk fitness know, they want you to have an awesome experience. Even if you aren’t the best at the sport, but love playing, you should continue to try and grow as a student, person, athlete and individual. Continue to work on your health and stay active while also participating in something you love and or passionate about!

Start Strong, Finish Stronger

Emma O’Connor

https://www.uww.edu/recsports/clubsports

Intramural Fun!

Welcome back, Warhawks! Hope everyone had an amazing summer break and is getting back into the swing of things back at the dub. Starting and working on school, work, organizations and other activities can put a lot of stress on individuals. It is good to take some time for yourself and get relaxed anyway you can. There are so many different ways to get rid of stress and anxiety. One way is to take time for yourself, like hanging out with friends. Another way could be to get a nice workout in to forget about everything you have going on. If only there was a way to combine both of those…oh wait, there is! Recreation sports and facilities at the Williams Center offers a ton of sports and teams students can compete on such as: 3V3 Basketball, golf, fantasy football, flag football, indoor soccer, kickball, sand volleyball, softball, tennis, badminton, bag toss, basketball, futsal, table tennis, volleyball, wheelchair basketball, college bowl pick and open rec all-star. Although some of these intramurals have already closed, there are still some already open and have a later entry depending on your level of interest. Below are the current sports available, when there entries are due and the cost:

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Where’s the Beef?

Getting food on a college campus never seems to be as easy as it sounds. Sure, you’ve got Esker and Drumlin to check out for your first few weeks on campus. However, if you’re like I am and get bored of eating the same thing, you’ve come to just the right spot to find out the best spots to use your meal plan on campus. Continue reading