Left: someone smiling on a side walk, jogging. Middle, top: an individual cooking. Middle, bottom: A Wellness Warrior raising dumbbells. Right, top: Several people exercising on mats. Right, bottom: someone smiling while hiking.
Staying Healthy TUgether
Tigers coming TUgether virtually

Even separated, the Tiger community found ways to come together virtually and cheer each other on through a variety of challenges and webinars. 

Left, top: someone on a side walk, looking into the camera with sunglasses and a mask. Left, bottom: someone holding a Trinity flag. Right: two adults, smiling. One adult drives a stroller with two toddlers.
CoRUNavirus Challenge

Dean of Students David Tuttle challenged the Trinity community to complete 50 miles running, walking, skating, or even crawling! More than 160 Tigers signed up to crush more than 8,000 miles collectively, getting some fresh air and sunshine during the pandemic. The challenge also encouraged participants to donate to the San Antonio Food Bank, an extension of the Dean of Students Half Marathon fall program and its relationship with the Kayla Mire Food Drive.

Wellness Warriors

More than 20 Trinity faculty and staff logged on twice a week for Wellness Warriors, a Zoom version of Trinity fitness instructor Colleen Hill’s popular workout class. 

Students attempting to make trick shots with a basketball and bagel
Trick Shot Competition

Inspired by a challenge hosted by the National Intramural and Recreational Sports Association, Trinity Recreational Sports hosted a trick shot competition open to employees and students. Submissions included a bagel toss into a toaster, a ping pong ball bounced off pans, and toilet paper juggling. View all of the videos on Trinity Recreation’s Instagram page

Someone pointing towards the reader, in a kitchen with several ingredients on the counter.
TUgether Tuesdays

Alumni Relations and Development partnered with Trinity Athletics to bring health and wellness-focused webinars to the Trinity community every Tuesday of the remaining semester after spring break. Tigers followed along for snack prep advice in the kitchen of Lexi Phelps ’18, learned about nutrition from dietician Melissa Heuer ’01, sweated it out doing yoga with Steve Falk ’98, M’99 and Lisa Ingle-Stevens ’99, and more. Visit Trinity Athletics’ Facebook page to view all of the webinars.

Molly Mohr Bruni is the managing editor for Trinity University Strategic Communications and Marketing.

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