Campus Recreation offers two options for personal trainers:
|Jordan O'Bryant-Jordan is a student trainer, and as part of the Exercise Science Practicum she provides free personal training.|
Jessica Stamper-Jessica is a certified personal trainer and motivational coach who provides: One-on-one or small group sessions, reasonable rates, indoor and outdoor workouts, cardio and conditioning, and nutrition and weight loss guidance.
|Crossfit||Tues. & Thurs., 8:30-9:30 p.m.|
|Strength, intensity, workload and time describes this one hour class. You will learn nine functional movements that will increase your strength and workload. What’s your excuse? How bad do you want it? It is first come first serve, with a maximum of 20 people per class.|
|30 Minute Core||Wed., 8-8:30|
|Want six-pack abs? This 30 minute class will strengthen and tone your core muscles. The question is can you handle 30 minutes of core exercises? It is first come first serve, with a maximum of 35 people per class.|
|Spring Break Bodies||Wed. 8:30-9:15
|Do you want to prepare your body for spring break? This class will trim and tone your entire body. It is first come first serve, with a maximum of 25 people per class.|
Guests and Membership Policies
Membership Requirements (effective June 1, 2010)
* All members must have a valid Pfeiffer ID in order to use the facilities. IDs can be purchased through the Sodhexo office in the Stokes Student Center ($10).
* Staff, faculty, and students receive free admission during normal hours of operation. Facility hours are based on the academic calendar.
* Immediate family members (spouses, domestic partners, children 18 years of age and younger) of staff and faculty receive free admission during normal hours of operation.
o Immediate family members must sign the facility waiver before first use. The waiver should be updated each year.
o Children 18 years of age and younger must be accompanied by their immediate family member (staff or faculty) at all times.
* Children 16 years or younger are only permitted to use the Knapp Gym
* Children between 16 and 18 years of age may use the fitness center with parent supervision and permission.
* Daily guest passes for adults may be purchased through the Director of Campus Recreation for $5.00. Guests must sign the facility waiver before using the facility. Daily guest passes allow for multiple uses of the gym per calendar day.
o Guests must be accompanied by a student, staff, or faculty member at all times.
* Misenheimer community members and alumni may purchase memberships.
Community Member Alumni
July – June (1 yr) $120 $80
July – December (Fall) $75 $40
January – June (Spring) $75 $40
* Memberships may be purchased from the Director of Campus Recreation.
* The Director of Campus Recreation will then validate the ID with semester stickers.
* Prior to validation the member must sign the facility waiver.
Mon. – Fri.
8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Open Gym
3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Athletics
10 p.m. to 11 p.m. Open Gym
Check out pictures from this semester's events!
THURSDAY AFTERNOON KICKBALL:
Facilities, Equipment and Hours
|Monday-Thursday||8 a.m.- 11 p.m.
|Friday||8 a.m. - 6 p.m.|
|Sunday||3 PM - 11 PM|
Meet the Staff
Knapp Center Coordinator
Campus Recreation Coordinator
Office: (704) 463-3189
Fax: (704) 463-1363
Quinton has worked for 10 years as an experiential educator following his passion for outdoor adventure and challenge course to provide educational experiences for all types of students. After graduating from Presbyterian College with a BS in Business Administration, Quinton found himself wanting to develop students. He started his career at Wofford College as Assistant Director of Student Activities and Resident Director. While at Wofford, he earned his Master of Higher Education Administration with a concentration in Student Development from the University of South Carolina. Since then, he has worked for several colleges and universities in a variety of positions, always helping students develop from each experience.
He has lead experiences as far north as British Columbia (backcountry skiing) and as far south as Florida (canoeing the Suwanee River). He has led both horizontal and vertical caving experiences in Virginia and Tennessee, rock climbing in North Carolina, and white water rafting experiences in western North Carolina. In October 2010, he co-led with a 24 mile 4 day backpacking experience in the Salmo Priest Wilderness.
Quinton has facilitated personal and team development and leadership development experiences for a variety of groups including Greensboro Police, Presbyterian College Women’s Volleyball, Wake Forest MBA students, Wake Forest Physician Assistant students, Pfeiffer University improvisation class, BB&T Leadership Development Program, Wachovia local branches, Pfeiffer Journey Classes, Pfeiffer Women’s Volleyball and Basketball teams and Premiere Inc. Through his love for adventure and his curiosity to know what happened, he facilitates learning from each experience.When not leading experiences you will most likely find him planning his next adventure or enjoying the outdoors with Mary, his wife, and two Alaskan Malamutes.
|My name is Chelsi Haefele. I grew up in Topeka, Kansas. I am currently a senior at Pfeiffer University pursuing an accounting degree. I have been involved in a variety of sports and outdoor activities since youth, therefore the department of Campus Recreation is a perfect fit. Being blessed with the opportunity to be the captain of the Pfeiffer University women's tennis team for the past two seasons, I can carry my experiences into the Campus Recreation Department. Sports and outdoor activities are my passion. Campus Recreation has given me great leadership skills, that I will continue to apply in a various areas of my life. One of my favorite quotes by Vince Lombardi is, "Leaders aren't born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal."
I am a junior at Pfeiffer, pursuing a degree in elementary education and a minor in history. I had the opportunity to be a part of the women’s soccer team, and was their captain this year. Growing up I was always involved in a variety of different sports and in high school, where I played basketball and soccer.
Sports have always been a passion of mine, which is why campus recreation is a great fit for me. Having the opportunity to impact lives with sports and outdoor activity inspires me.
This is a great job because I get to be a part of something I love! Being a part of Campus Recreation allows me to be a leader and share my own experiences with others. I will use the skills I have learned from Campus Recreation in everyday life and carry with me in the work field.
Welcome to Campus Recreation
Campus Recreation includes a full line-up of sport, recreation and fitness opportunities for both Fall and Spring semesters. The Campus Recreation program encourages participation regardless of past experience, but as with all fitness and recreation programs, participants must determine their own ability to participate based upon general health.
Things to Know
- The Campus Recreation schedule for fitness classes, play-days (i.e. pick-up games), and intramural tournament changes each semester. To find out the schedule, click here or look on the University Outlook email system. To register a team, go to the Knapp Front Office to sign-up. Rules of play will be posted in both the sign-up binder and on the website.
- Fitness classes such as Hip-Hop, 30 Minute Core, and Boot Camp are offered each semester. The classes are free to all members of the University and are drop-in classes (i.e. you don’t need to register ahead of time, and you can participate when convenient)
- “Open gym” times allow for informal recreation and physical activity. See gym schedule.
- The fitness room is open to all members of the University and includes aerobic and weight training equipment.