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Joyce Ricci graduated as a Physical Education major from CSULB in 1968 – and now works out at the SRWC a whopping six days a week!

“I love it,” says Ricci. “I think it's the best fitness center in town. When my husband and I had the opportunity to tour the rec, we thought it was right for us.”

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The purpose of the SRWC can be tangibly seen as members utilize it in an effort to pursue a healthy lifestyle. CSULB Administrative Coordinator for the Controller’s Office Betty Fujikawa is one such member.

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Alumni, Jordan Tsai received his degree in kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise science last spring and considers the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) his second home.

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When Gabby Rivera, a fashion merchandising and design major, walked into the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) for the first time she immediately sought out a personal trainer. “I had no previous fitness background, I didn’t play sports, but I didn’t want to just use the elliptical machine.

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The Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) provides a space to focus on your well-being, meet others and learn about health and wellness tips, habits and information that can help you throughout your life. It is also a resource provided to you as part of your mandatory student fees whether you attend the SRWC or not.

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Interior design major Lindsay Kneale lives right down the street from the Student Recreation and Wellness Center (SRWC) and like most students, she too thinks it’s very convenient and a great place to work out. “This building is beautiful, it’s new, and students like me might as well take advantage of it,” she said.

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The SRWC is a place where if you’re not careful you can actually spend half of your day there because it’s an enjoyable environment and offers a diverse array of programs and services. When Anthony Montes, sports psychology major was a freshman and finally decided to go to the SRWC to lift some weights for an hour, he ended up working out for three hours that day. He went from lifting weights, to fitness classes, to playing racquetball and volleyball.

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When it comes to student health, senior Dillan Mathew Reyes, believes that all students should be looking into or living a healthy lifestyle. "The United States has become infamous for its sedentary lifestyle and it’s a lifestyle that I don't want to live by and neither should students," he said.

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