The University of New Mexico’s Recreational Services is making sure faculty, students and staff don’t skip a beat when it comes to their workout routine during the University’s period of limited operations.

Classes and fitness activities typically take place at Johnson Center, but due to current UNM restrictions Recreational Services created a way to keep Lobos active and healthy during this time. 

Inside Johnson Center

“Each of our programs has come together to offer different options and suggestions for replacement activities that comply with University, local and state restrictions,” said James Todd, UNM Recreational Services director.  “We have compiled several virtual activities to help Lobos stay active and healthy while social distancing."

Renovations recently wrapped up at Johnson Center — which began in 2018. However, the gym isn’t open to the public and a date for a grand reopening has yet to be confirmed.

Students, staff and community members can log onto Recreational Services Social Distancing to participate in the fitness activities. Todd said Recreational Services will provide the virtual activities as long as deemed necessary.