If you are interested in learning a new sport or exercise routine that involves a focus on technique and skill development, look for a class taught by RecSports, Department of Kinesiology, or trained instructors in the community so you can become proficient at it.
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Get Active, Get Involved Guide:
Physical activity can be more fun with friends to help encourage you. The Get Active, Get Involved Guide is a list of clubs, organizations, and other programs offered by UT Austin that can help you get active by getting involved in a variety of enjoyable activities.
Fitness Institute of Texas:
The Fitness Institute of Texas conducts research, service, training, and educational programs in physical activity, nutrition, and behavioral health. You can sign up for fitness or body composition testing in a state of the art research facility or join Get Fit!, a supervised exercise program that has both a nutritional and activity component.
Department of Kinesiology and Health Education:
The Department of Kinesiology and Health Education offers a wide variety of physical activity classes. Classes range from ballroom dancing to martial arts to weight lifting or swimming. Go here to view descriptions of different physical education classes.