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Adults need Play, too?

Hello, Bruin family and friends! I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday season and had a restful winter break. Personally, I have enjoyed the much-needed break from Zoom meetings and virtual learning, which brings me to the topic of this blog: play.  Play is any activity that serves no other purpose than bringing enjoyment to the […]

New Year’s Resolutions: Do they work?

With the start of the new year, talk about New Year’s Resolutions has stirred up once again. Whether it’s purchasing a gym membership, running a marathon for the first time, or finally trying out a group exercise class you’ve been eyeing — goals related to “fitness” tend to be very popular. At the same time, […]

Bruins Step To It Part 2: Resources to Step it Up

People often underestimate the power of a simple walk. We not only walk to get to where we want to go, we walk to clear our heads, get exercise, and enjoy the scenery. This blog is part 2 of Bruins Step To It, a three part blog series on walking. If you missed Part 1, […]

UCLA Fitness Passes: Unlimited Classes, Lit Activities

UCLA Recreation’s GroupX and Yoga Passes provide unlimited fitness classes to students each quarter in a wide spectrum of activities. Classes often repeat quarter to quarter, along with adjustments based on popularity and student feedback. This quarter, the GroupX pass delivers dance workouts and conditioning classes with exciting names such as Booty Kickin’ Barre, POUND, […]

Meet MoveWell: A Recap of the Fall Quarter Mixer

Hey there Bouncing Busy Bruins!   We hope you had a chance to stop by the MoveWell Mixer on Thursday, October 11! In typical ThursYAY! fashion, the Court of Sciences was buzzing with activity. Instead of walking past the open spaces, students going to and from their classes engaged with their peers and gigantic versions of childhood […]

Eudaimonia Society Spotlight: Ryan Arroyo

Eudaimonia is defined as: a sustained form of wellbeing that goes along with finding meaning and purpose in life or human flourishing. The Healthy Campus Initiative launched a new Eudaimonia Society in order to recognize and highlight extraordinary members of the UCLA community who live their lives with purpose and meaning while inspiring others to […]