The Adventure Summit Fitness

The Adventure Summit Fitness Studio’s are located at the Student Union Campus Recreation, room 092 of the Student Union. During the Adventure Summit, this area features several fitness sessions geared toward accelerating your heart rate, calming your soul and living a healthy, active lifestyle.

Bring your athletic clothing, fitness shoes and stamina as these are some of the most active sessions of the Summit.  Bring a towel to wipe off the sweat from these fun and challenging programs. Locker-room facilities are available. Instructors will lead sessions to assure the safety of all participants while offering tips to maximize the positive effects of your session.

The Student Union Fitness Center is also home to the Adventure Summit Indoor Triathlon sponsored by Up and Running. Visit our competitions page for more information.

2022 info below, check back for 2024 details.

9:30-10:30 am Morning Yoga B
10:45-11:45 am Cycling A
1:15-2:15 pm Stretching for Hikers, Paddlers, Climbers, and All B
2:30-3:30 pm Lifting for Runners B
5:00-6:00 pm Circuit Training for Outdoor Adventurers B

*Schedule subject to change

Fitness Class Descriptions

Morning Yoga

This Yoga flow will help prepare your body for a day of sitting. At The Adventure Summit, your imagination and dreams will flourish while your body grows stiff and tightens from a day of listening to inspiring presentations. Allow yourself one hour to awaken your body and move with your breath.

Instructor Bio:

Kenny Taynor

Kenny is a Wright State student, US Army veteran, Campus Recreation employee, and a 200 hour Certified Yoga Teacher. He lives in downtown Dayton with his wife and family. When Kenny isn’t on campus, you may find him on one of our local trails with his dog, Cali. Namaste.


Indoor fitness cycling. Rides include a variety of drills that simulate outdoor cycling. Suitable for all fitness abilities.

Instructor Bio:

Chris Lynch

Chris Lynch is a current Trip Leader for Wright State University Outdoor Recreation where he studies Music Education and Tuba Performance. He’s an active cyclist and backpacker, often leading day trips on Dayton’s tremendous network of recreation trails and week long treks throughout the country. He participated in the most recent Tour de Gem and has several cycling trips planned for the coming year.  Chris is a Leave No Trace Master Educator, has worked for the Boy Scouts of America for eight years, and is the President of Phi Mu Alpha Fraternity on campus.

Stretching for Hikers, Paddlers, Climbers and All

Stretching is an important part of fitness: it can improve your range of motion, increase circulation, and calm your mind – which may help reduce the risk of injuries and illness. To increase range of motion and bring awareness to your body try this all levels stretching class.

Instructor Bio:

Alex Keller

Alex Keller is passionate about the harmonious joy brought by dedication of mind body health, as expressed in both her professional and personal life. She holds a BS in biology with a concentration in Exercise Physiology and a Master’s of Public Health. She has been teaching group fitness classes and personal training since 2009. Alex is an ACE certified Group Fitness Instructor, an E-RYT 500 Yoga instructor registered with Yoga Alliance, Power Pilates Certified Mat instructor, and ACA SUP Yoga Endorsed. Sharing health and adventure is what makes her life great!

Lifting for Runners

Learn how to become a stronger runner and reduce the risk of injury through weight lifting. This class will focus on lower body workouts to prepare your muscles for running. A healthy runner beats an injured runner, every time.

Instructor Bio:

Blake Martin is a student athlete at Wright State University on the Track and Cross-Country Team studying mechanical engineering. Additionally, Blake is an employee for Campus Recreation teaching lifting and training classes.

Circuit Training for Outdoor Adventurers

Prepare your body for your next adventure through dynamic movement! Burn through full body exercises to receive an awesome strength and cardio workout. This class is a mix of everything- kettlebells, dumbbells, bodyweight, BOSU balls, etc.! Learn to move your body as a unit, exercise with a purpose and improve your athleticism! All fitness levels and experience are welcomed.

Instructor Bio:

Grace Molfenter

Grace has been with Campus Recreation for 3 years managing the Fitness Center and Recreation Desk and teaching fitness classes. She’s in her 3rd year studying Sports Science with a concentration in Sports Medicine, and is planning to pursue physical therapy. She enjoys playing soccer and getting involved it the intramural program, trying out a variety of different sports. her recent backpacking trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico has inspired her to hike more as well!