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Find Your Fit

What's the best way to stimulate your brain, engage your energy, and feel great - both physically and mentally? Staying active! Our goals is to help you find a way to do that. Here are some options for you to figure out a way to have fun, be active, and help you to keep both your mind and body feeling good!

No time for a class or looking for some new exercises to get you moving on your own? Check out our Online Exercise Library! There are videos and explanations of exercises and movements from cardio to strength to stretching - that you can do on your own or with a friend. You can incorporate them into an existing workout or make up a whole new plan!
Let us know how we can help you be active and Find Your Fit! Contact with any suggestions or questions. 

Not sure what to do or where to start? Looking for some workout advice or want to talk about physical activities that will be great for your lifestyle? Just ask us - we're here for you!

Email our Exercise Assistants at and you will hear back from our Exercise Assistants with some advice or to set up a virtual meeting

The Find Your Fit program was created to help promote and engage The DePaul Campus Community in health, wellness, and physical fitness. We believe that a moving campus is a healthier campus!

About the Program

The FIND YOUR FIT program has been developed under the umbrella of the American College of Sports Medicine's (ACSM) initiative Exercise is Medicine On Campus (EIM-OC). Exercise is Medicine believes that with the help of physical activity, optimal health is achievable and will help with the prevention and treatment of medical conditions. Universities across the United States have partnered up with the initiative to help campuses build communities with a strong love for health and fitness.

When you get back to campus, we can actually visit with you in person and help with the following:

  • Equipment orientation
    • Demonstrations of proper form while using equipment (e.g, weight machines, medicine balls, TRX, barbells, etc)
  • An exercise buddy
    • Ask us to workout with you for emotional support! (e.g take a group exercise class, run through beginner level exercises)
  • Assistance with particular exercises
    • Creating beginner level circuits
    • Discuss the importance and differences of particular types of physical fitness (e.g, cardiorespiratory endurance, strength training, flexibility training)
  • Fitness Measurements
    • Evaluate your current fitness level through assessments and testing (e.g, skinfold and circumference measurements and cardiovascular fitness testing)

Our Exercise Assistants are current students pursuing their Bachelors degree in Exercise Science, Health Sciences and Physical Education. Their responses are guided by certified Personal Trainers.


The Ray Meyer Fitness and Recreation Center hosts a variety of certification throughout the year.  Registration for each certification takes place in the attached link. 

Fusing the worlds of Pilates, yoga, aerobics, and elements of the strengthening exercises dancers do, Barre Above delivers a results-driven workout that will sculpt your students' bodies, get them into amazing shape, and have them coming back for more.

No trainings scheduled at this time.

Expand on TRX 1 to reinforce and apply TRX foundational movements on the Suspension Trainer and transfer onto multimodality exercises and circuits.

No trainings scheduled at this time.

Learn best practices for coaching with the TRX Suspension Trainer. Apply TRX foundational movement standards uniquely effective exercise modifications.

No trainings scheduled at this time.

The first step on the path toward becoming a yoga teacher or simply deepening your practice, Level One provides the tools to create inspiring vinyasa yoga classes grounded in proper alignment and the safety of exercise science.

No trainings scheduled at this time.