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Cal Adventures Intermediate Sailing Class

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Advance your small boat sailing skills in challenging high wind conditions so you can confidently sail in the bay. Learn reefing, upwind sailing, and crew overboard recovery in four half-day afternoon sessions. Cultivate skippering and technical skills needed to safely sail with guests who have little or no sailing experience. Students must complete basic sailing or take a private lesson …

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February and March Fitness Workshops

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Take one of our upcoming Fitness workshops! Running Technique: In this 1.5 hour clinic, you will learn how to run efficiently and safely, prevent acute and repetitive injuries, and decrease your run time. This class can be used for short sprints or long distance running, and is open to all levels! 3/14, 4/18

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Cal Adventures Jobs

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Get paid to play! Cal Adventures, the UC Berkeley Outdoor Education Program, is seeking fun, adventurous and safety minded staff to work in our boating and outdoor programs. Experience with group facilitation, teaching and boating experience are generally desirable qualifications. If you lack technical skills but are eager to learn then starling as a day trip leader is an excellent …

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Spring Strength Training Classes!

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Choose from a variety of strength training classes this spring, and improve your cardiovascular health, bone strength, and balance! In the 6 week Boot Camp class, all aspects of your fitness and health will be monitored, including nutrition and body composition. This course is divided into distance high-intensity training days: running, upper-body, power and agility, and lower leg strength. CrossFit …

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Spring Swimming Classes!

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Choose from a variety of swim classes this spring, and learn swimming skills or refine your technique! In the Flip Turn Clinic, novice level swimmers will learn the turn from scratch. Intermediate and advanced level swimmers can also clean up various aspects of the turn such as proper line of rotation, push off alignment, or streamlining. Beginner swim classes allow …

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Spring Tennis Classes!

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Tennis classes are offered for players of any level! Beginner classes are for those who have not played before or are just getting started. Beginners will learn basic strokes, scoring, footwork, etiquette and rules. By the end of the class you will have learned the grips and basic stroke of the forehand, backhand, serve, volley, and overhead shots. Intermediate classes …

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Join Coaching Corps

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Ready to change a life this winter? Do you remember that sports coach who helped make you who you are today? Not all kids get these kind of mentors – but now you can be that coach! Boys and girls in low-income communities need YOU, the most important ingredient to change the game for all kids. You can motivate them …

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Haas Pavilion Access Changes

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Due to an increase in unauthorized access and theft in Haas Pavilion, access to the RSF through Haas will be restricted at certain times — mostly in the evenings after 6pm — beginning September 1st. This will impact Rec Sports members who walk through Haas to get to the RSF. PLANNED ACCESS CHANGES Haas Main Lobby Doors Unlocked M-F, 7:30am-6pm. …

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Strawberry Canyon Pool Closed for Winter

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Strawberry Canyon Pool is now closed for the Winter. We do this every year due to the decreased demand for pools during the cooler seasons. This creates savings on energy and staffing costs that we can apply to other programs! Its a win-win! Our other three pools will remain open throughout the winter. Check the swim schedule for an open …

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Bike Theft: Don’t Make it Easy!

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Prevent bike thefts by using a quality U-lock and locking your bike frame and both wheels to the bike racks in the front of the RSF.

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