Trinity Operation Transformation kicks off
Published: 15th January 2018
Has your New Year’s resolution to get fit and stay active already hit a wall? Or are you just not sure where to start?
Luckily for you, Trinity Sport and Healthy Trinity have exactly what you’re looking for because we’re all about participation.
This week sees the return of the Trinity Operation Transformation, which is our own version of the popular TV show where contestants attempt to acquire healthy new habits through fitness and nutrition.
As part of Trinity Operation Transformation you will have access to free and discounted classes in the Sports Centre, motivational sessions and open club sessions where you can try out a new sport.
TOTers’ Choice classes even allow the participants to decide what activity they want to take part in for the following week’s class. So if you’re into HIIT, Boot Camp or Total Body classes, you can have your say in deciding. These classes take place every Thursday.
Trinity Operation Transformation runs from January 16th – February 28th and you will receive support throughout its duration.
There is also a weekly social walk/run for staff and students, which takes place every Wednesday lunchtime. Take an invigorating stroll or jog around campus during your lunch break – just grab your runners and meet at the Pav steps at 1.05pm each week.
It’s not competitive, it’s just for fun and socialising. You will have the opportunity to meet new people with the same goal of a healthier lifestyle and we all know it’s easier to keep your progress going when you have friends in the same situation.
Don’t worry about going back into the office after working up a sweat because the showers in the Pavilion are available for use.
- Trinity Operation Transformation officially begins tomorrow, January 16th. You can still register by clicking here. A short introduction to the programme takes place at the climbing wall, on the first floor of the Sports Centre, from 1.05pm-1.50pm. There you can meet other TOTers, get your height, weight and blood pressure taken and even try out the climbing wall. For more information visit here.