Are you ready to find your inner champion and fight your way through a heart-pumping workout? Come ready to push yourself! Participants can expect:
To learn a variety of mixed martial arts techniques in a non-contact atmosphere
An environment that will truly challenge you, motivate you, and mold you into a warrior!
Are you looking to improve your cardiovascular fitness, but can’t commit to your own cardio routine? Cycle Interval is a great way for you to get your cardio in and have a great time doing it. Participants can expect:
A great workout that will improve your cardiovascular endurance
A very fun atmosphere that both motivates and challenges all fitness levels
Incorporate Resistance, Intervals, Power, Plyometrics, Endurance and Diet into the all-in-one fitness experience. A total body workout with a beats-based format will motivate and give you the “One Stop Body Shock!”
Move forward in your yoga journey by using breathing and movement to cleanse your internal body. Ujjayi Breathing connects the flow and transition between a variety of sun salutation and warrior poses to create a wonderful workout.
Find your inner Chi and bring yourself back to reality. This judgement free atmosphere will help lengthen and stretch those tired muscles to recover from whatever the week threw at you.
Have you heard how much fun Zumba® can be and have always wanted to try? Come join us for a great workout and a chance to let loose after a long day! What to expect:
A latin-based dance class with each instructor’s own spice and flare
High energy and motivating music with unique, easy-to-follow moves and combinations.
No dance experience required.
15th Annual Summer Invitational
Reception: Saturday, July 16, 7-9 pm
LSU provides a Food Pantry for all students to utilize during times of food insecurity. Students must show LSU ID and are able to confidentially “shop” the shelves from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday.
Donations sustain the Food Pantry, and we are in urgent need of protein donations to stock up for the 2016-17 school year. We are asking faculty and staff to donate during the last two weeks of July or during the month of September.
Suggested donations include nut butters; frozen chicken; frozen ground beef; canned or dry beans; canned or packaged chicken, fish, beef, pork, or sausage.
Items must be in unopened, original packaging with nutrition labels.
Canned, packaged, and frozen protein may be dropped at the Food Pantry in room 455 of the LSU Student Union (this floor is accessible from the elevator nearest Einstein Bagel Company on the first floor) or faculty and staff may call Campus Life at 578-5160 and we will arrange to pick up your donation.
Thank you for your generosity!
Machine learning is now widely recognized as a powerful tool for analyzing “big data,” and for supporting decision making in fields from finance to medicine. But in this talk, I’ll describe how machine learning can be used creatively by musicians, artists, gamers and makers who want to design new forms of interacting with computers and expressing themselves through digital technology. I’ll describe and demo how machine learning can be used to build new musical instruments, to build new controllers for people with disabilities, and to make it possible for kids and non-programmers to build complex software systems quickly.