Non-Credit Fitness Class Registration

MCC offers a variety of non-credit fitness classes. For more information about Fall 2022 non-credit fitness classes, contact Brandi Pickett at or 601.484.8720.

Fall 2022 Fitness Classes
Class Days Times Instructor
Barre M/W 4:00 - 4:55pm Richardson
Barre T/TH 12:30 - 1:25pm Richardson
Body Sculpting M/W 1:30 - 2:25pm Dale
Power Hour T/TH 2:20 - 3:25pm Staff
Spin  T/TH 4:00 - 4:55pm Lewis
Swim I-IV M/W 1:00 - 1:55pm Coleman
Water Aerobics M/W 9:00 - 9:55am Heggie
Water Aerobics M/W 10:00 - 10:55am Heggie
Water Aerobics T/TH 10:00 - 10:55am Neal
Water Aerobics T/TH 11:00 - 11:55am Neal
Water Aerobics T/TH 4:30 - 5:25pm Gregg
Water Aerobics T/TH 5:30 - 6:25pm Gregg
Yoga M/W 12:30 - 1:25pm Massey
Yoga T/TH 8:30 - 9:25am Johnson
Yoga T/TH 1:30 - 2:25pm Johnson
  • Barre - A workout technique inspired by elements of ballet, yoga, and Pilates. It focuses on low-impact, high-intensity movements designed to strengthen your body in ways that few other workouts can


  • Body SculptingStudents will participate in techniques that include practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities.  Emphasis is placed on muscular strength and endurance activities and flexibility activities.  Skill acquisition and proper technique for each movement is stressed as well as safe versus unsafe exercises.  

  • Lifeguard Training - American Red Cross Lifeguarding course with emphasis toward certifying lifeguards for swimming areas. This course is designed to teach life skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. Prerequisites: The student must be at least 15 years old and pass a 300 yard swim test using the front crawl stroke and breaststroke. Also, they must be able to swim 20 yards, retrieve a brick off the bottom of the pool and return 20 yards with the brick. Each class is two full weekends in a row. Fee is required.

  • Power Hour - Power Hour is for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit – fast. Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, Power Hour gives you a total body workout. You’ll leave the class feeling challenged and motivated, ready to come back for more.

  • Spin - Spinning is a specific format of indoor cycling. Spinning is a cardio workout set to music. It is great for people who want a low impact motivating workout that they can control at their own pace.

  • Water Safety InstructorTechniques of aquatic instruction, including community water safety and progression swimming are covered in the is class. Prerequisite: The student must be at least 16 years of age and possess proficient swimming skills to include front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke and breaststroke. American Red Cross certification is possible. The class teaches the student to be a swimming instructor. Swimsuit and fee required.

  • Water Aerobics - This program, designed for the student who enjoys water, is suitable for the non-swimmer as well as the swimmer.  Movements are performed in the pool to work the major muscle groups and to work on flexibility.

  • Weight Training - Students will participate in techniques that include lecture and practice in weight training.  Muscular strength, endurance and flexibility are improved through a variety of conditioning activities. 

  • Swimming I – IV -  Swimming classes for non-swimmer who needs to learn the basic skills needed to swim and for students who want conditioning swimming, skilled instruction and refinement of stroke techniques.  Swimsuit is required.

  • Yoga - One of the most popular fitness and static stretching activities.  A typical yoga session will move the spine and joints through their full range of motion which incorporates a three mountain workout (warm-up, work phase, deep stretch and strength).  Yoga postures lengthen, strengthen, and balance musculature, leading to increased flexibility, stamina and strength.  This is a great course to work on strength and flexibility. 

For more information:For more information:
Wade Heggie, director