Yasmin Shirali/Pioneer 82 year old Otto Kling follows instructor Lisa Vaughan's lead along with others while she teaches Combo Aerobics at OCCC's Wellness Center. OCCC offers many classes not only for students but also for community residents. Class schedules are available at the Wellness Center desk.
This spring, OCCC is offering a wide variety of fitness classes for those age 3 and up, according to the Fitness and Recreation manual.
All spring fitness classes are open to the public. The only events limited to students are the intramural sports programs, said Jenny Kellbach, Recreation and Fitness assistant.
Every fitness class this spring is located in the Wellness Center.
Kellbach said current OCCC students receive discounts toward all fitness classes. There are no cancellation fees for individuals after signing up.
Physical therapy major, Lamonte Harris, 20, starts off the semester right by shooting hoops at OCCC's basketball courts. The basketball courts are located in the Wellness Center and are open Monday - Friday from 6:00am to 8:30pm and Saturdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
5-on-5 basketball for both men and women will be among the intramural sports on tap this semester.
OCCC students can look forward to a number of intramural sports to either participate in or cheer on from the sidelines.
For all intramural sports, students can sign up as an individual or as a team, according to the intramural student handbook.
The times and dates for all sporting activities are not yet available, when they are the Pioneer will list the dates and times.
There also will be a Basketball Hot Shots Challenge available for students who are good at shooting the basketball.
Students will be able to play CoRec Softball and CoRec Badminton.