It is the pleasure of Roosevelt University’s Physical Resources department to announce the addition of an “Indoor Walking Course” to our Schaumburg campus. The course will traverse the Schaumburg campus existing layout. By following the existing layout the course takes advantage of the sustainable materials rehabbing that has taken place at the campus.
4 laps of the course will equal 1.13 miles. It is our hope that this course will allow Roosevelt’s students, faculty and staff to be physically active when it is convenient for them. If your eyes have been glued to your computer and you need a jolt of energy, don’t reach for your fifth expresso! Take a stroll on the course – it will get your blood pumping without the negative side effect of feeling like your eyes might pop out of their sockets. Maybe the short winter days are giving you a gloomy outlook. Well, saunter on over to the walking course to beat the blues away.
As we all know life can get pretty hectic. It is hard to balance school and work and still find time to exercise. It is our desire to make that balancing act a little easier, so please come join us starting February 18th, at Roosevelt University’s Schaumburg Campus and take a stroll with friends. To dedicate the course Roosevelt University’s President Ali Malekzadeh will be taking an inaugural walk on Thursday, February 18th, at 10:30 am. Save the date Rooseveltians.
“~Author: Nick Waskowski, Sustainability Studies Student, Roosevelt University~”