Noack Strength & Fitness Center
Strength & Conditioning Resources During Virtual Learning
The strength and conditioning staff is providing workout options and tips for maintaining student well-being with the main goal being to remain physically active and make healthy choices. It is recommended to get 60 minutes of activity each day and getting outside. It can be as simple as taking a walk or performing activity within the school day. Families are encouraged to join their students to be active and start healthy habits along with them. Having everyone working together provides a great support network and makes it easier for everyone.
Contact us with any questions or if we can provide guidance in any way. Have a great week!
Coach D and Coach K
Resources for Students:
- Email to Students - May 18, 2020
Bodyweight Workout - week 9
Spring at Home - week 9
2020 Summer Strength & Conditioning Opportunities
- Email to Students - May 4, 2020
Bodyweight Workout - week 7
Spring at Home - week 7
- Email to Students - April 27, 2020
Bodyweight Workout - week 6
Spring at Home - week 6
- Email to Students - April 13, 2020
Bodyweight Workout - week 4
Spring at Home - week 4
- Email to Students - April 6, 2020
Bodyweight Workout - week 3
Spring At Home - week 3
25 Ways to Get Moving
Noack Strength & Fitness Center
The Noack Strength & Fitness Center offers 4,500 sq. ft. of strength and conditioning equipment. Programming is led by two full-time, certified strength and conditioning coaches to help all students achieve their fitness goals.
Traditional physical education courses are not offered at Marquette High. The fitness program (which is a requirement for freshmen) addresses health, fitness and wellness issues that can sometimes be neglected when students do not attend health or physical education classes. It is based on teaching lifetime activities that provide long-term benefits to health and well-being. This is a great opportunity for students to improve their current fitness level and overall health while receiving proper guidance and support throughout the process.
Freshmen Fitness Program Requirement
Blue & Gold ClubDuring the school year, students can participate in Hilltopper Strength & Conditioning and specifically the Blue & Gold Club. Students sign up ahead of time for regularly scheduled workouts. This structured schedule will spread out the number of users and improve safety, efficiency, effectiveness, and instruction. The end result being maximal physical development and ensuring that all students have access to and equal opportunity to utilize equipment and receive instruction. All students (athletes and non-athletes) that would like to use the Noack Strength & Fitness Center following the school day need to participate in one of the structured programs. This is not necessary for completion of the freshmen fitness requirement.
Registration information will be sent to students prior to each session and posted on the MUHS website. Students will need to complete the registration form and submit it prior to the deadline. Students will be assigned to a group based on their preference and in the order that forms are received. Spots are limited for each session. There will be minimal changes once assigned, but as students drop or choose to switch, changes may take place. Students will need to plan their schedule accordingly.