There are a variety of exercise, movement and fitness resources available within the MSU campus community.  Whether you are interested in joining a group exercise class, wondering where you can play basketball or other team sports, looking for a personal trainer, needing assistance to get your bike in tip-top shape, or just interested in connecting with a knowledgeable person, the campus community is the place to be.   Below are the resources Health4U recommends related to movement and fitness information and services.        

Engaging the university community in healthy lifestyles through sport, fitness and recreational opportunities.

Single-page guides to help you and your colleagues become more active during the workday.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has issued a new edition of the Guidelines to describe the amounts and types of physical activity needed to maintain or improve overall health and reduce the risk of chronic disease.

Thinking about ditching the car and engaging in active transportation? This resource is designed to help ease the transition. Whether you walk, bike, carpool, or take the bus, decreasing single-occupancy vehicle trips is the goal.

This collection of Youtube videos is designed to help you get up and be active during the workday. Whether you plan to move for 5 minutes during your break or for an hour at lunch, browse these videos and get moving!

The MSU Bikes Service Center is MSU’s on-campus, university-operated bike shop. They provide bicycle sales, rentals, and repairs to the MSU community. They also offer classes on bicycle repair and safety.

There are many things to see and do on MSU's 2,100 acre campus. We hope that this self-guided walking tour will help you get active on campus while learning more about the MSU's history.

The MSU Tennis Center is open to the public and the Michigan State University community.

Besides hosting Spartan Hockey, Munn Ice Arena offers many opportunities for public skating, open hockey, and open freestyle skating.

A comfortable work space can help you feel your best, whether on campus or in a home office. Give your sitting work area a makeover with this visual guide to office ergonomics.

MSU Health Promotion and provides valuable educational fitness and wellness programs, assessments, and resources that support individuals' personal goals to live a healthy lifestyle while becoming more active.

The University Club Fitness Center & Spa is an upscale, adults-only retreat. U-Club Fitness members enjoy a wide range of exercise equipment, group exercise classes, personal training, and wellness support.

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Food and Nutrition Counseling Services

Food and Nutrition Counseling Services provides you with access to accurate health and lifestyle information, helping you to explore new behaviors and skills, and identifying useful campus and community resources.

MSU community members eligible for food and nutrition counseling services include faculty, staff, graduate assistants, retirees and the spouses/partners of members of these groups.

To schedule an appointment with Health4U you are not required to email us from your MSU email address; please email us from the email address you are most comfortable with. 

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Departmental Services

The goal of department based services is to provide work units and colleagues the opportunity to learn about health and wellness as a group activity or exploration.  

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