Fitness and Recreation has partnered with Health and Wellbeing Initiative for TWU Moves, a six-week physical fitness program designed to help Texas Woman's faculty and staff stay active during the winter months.
TWU Moves begins Monday, Jan. 23 and ends March 5. Chancellor Carine Feyten will help kick off the program with a Denton campus walk at noon, Monday, Jan. 23. Meet outside Pioneer Hall for a quick 1K walk.
First, you’ll need to register. Then you can begin tracking your overall wellness activities through the TWU Moves Scorecard, which can be picked up in person at the Fitness and Recreation Center on the Denton campus or downloaded online.
You’ll need to choose your primary campus: Denton, Dallas, Houston, or Online. Most activities will be awarded one point each, though there are a few exceptions.
Prizes will be awarded on a two-tier point system: The Tier One goal is 20 points (the prize is a reusable lunch tote). Tier Two’s goal is 40 points (the prize is a reusable Bento box). Participants can earn a maximum of three points a day in any combination of the themed areas, which is self-tracked.
You don’t have to be a member of TWU Fitness and Recreation to participate, but if you’re interested in a membership, check out what’s offered. Faculty and staff who are not Fitness and Recreation members can take advantage of free visits the first week of TWU Moves, Jan. 23-27. Just take your TWU ID and sign in at the front desk.
Find out more about how to participate in TWU Moves and earn points. Email Wellbeing@twu.edu or call the Fitness and Recreation Center at 940-898-2900 if you have questions.