Quarterly Check-in: What’s Shaking in Move Well?

  Hello, my Bruin Fitness Pals! We are finally in the home stretch! Two more weeks left until winter break (or maybe even less for you lucky ones with early finals)! As the quarter comes to a close, I want to give you all one last update on the programs and projects Move Well has …

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Free Self Defense Classes at UCLA: Protecting the Mind and Body

  What if… Imagine walking back from a late night at Powell Library. Its tenth week, and you’ve spent the past few days studying for your upcoming final. Day in and day out, you’ve labored over past midterms and practice tests, keeping yourself awake with liters of coffee and Yerba Mate tea. Eventually, you decide …

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Let’s Get Moving! The 2016 Recreation Challenge

Hello my fellow Bruin Fitness Pals! Something very exciting is brewing at UCLA. I’ll give you a hint: it’ll give us all a shot at beating ’SC! In celebration of Movement Week (10/24-10/28), all of the PAC 12 schools are getting into some healthy competition! During Movement Week, all twelve schools are promoting healthy living …

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No Time, No Problem! 5 Tips to Getting Active with a College Schedule

  I know exactly what you are thinking — it’s already Week 4 and you’ve been to the gym a total of, let’s just say, “a few” times. You’ve just been too busy joining new clubs, meeting new people, catching up on that monster load of homework, or contemplating what life even is. With so …

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Check it Out: UCLA Recreation Classes are FREE to Observe during Week 1

  Looking for a new way to get moving or workout this school year? If so, UCLA recreation has you covered! It offers hundreds of different group exercise and instructional courses every week, so you’re bound to find one that’s perfect for you. If you want to try out some group exercise classes, you can …

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National Health Center Week 2015

We are in the middle of National Health Center Week! What are health centers you ask? According to the National Health Center Week website health centers are "... local community owned and operated businesses, Health Centers serve over 24 million Americans at more than 9,000 delivery sites in all 50 states." Health centers help to provide affordable …

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UCLA Community: Are you ready for the Angel City Games?

Move Well is committed to fostering campus wide access to culturally sensitive programs, events and opportunities to MOVE and BE MOVED.  As part of this initiative, Move Well is proud to highlight the Angel City Games on June 19-20, 2015 at Drake Stadium on the UCLA Campus. This will be the first ever Los Angeles …

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Westwood Boulevard bike lanes are back on the table

By Jennifer Friedman  On March 19, the Westwood Village Business Improvement Association (BIA) voted to recommend an immediate study of the impacts of different bike lane treatments on Westwood Boulevard between Wilshire and Le Conte. LADOT (the Los Angeles Department of Transportation) will conduct the research, and report its findings and recommendations. This decision focuses …

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Training in martial arts = strengthening self-confidence and the ability to adjust to change

For our March blog, the MOVE WELL Team wanted to follow up on our January Blog (scroll down), which featured information on the HCI sponsored course, entitled “Martial Arts, Phenomenology, and Personal Empowerment’ (WAC174). WAC174 will host a martial arts demonstration on Wednesday March 11th at 11am in the Blue Room of the John Wooden …

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