Fitness Center

 

Lets Get and Stay Fit

 

The Fitness Center provides the base population with a state of the art fitness facility. The center contains space for cardiovascular, selectorized and free weight strength training equipment. 

***The Fitness Center has recently implemented an electronic check-in system.  Each ID cardholder will need to be registered in the system on their first visit to the facility.  Once registered, the member will simply scan their ID as they enter on subsequent visits.  The electronic check-in system registration takes a maximum of two minutes per member and registration is only necessary one time.  This system will ensure accurate facility usage information that will be used to determine peak usage times and hours of operation, as well as justify funding for equipment and facility upgrades.  The electronic system will also be used to determine trends for Fitness Center programming that will meet the needs of clientele based on usage patterns.  The Fitness Center continuously strives to improve our customer service and the electronic check-in system is one more step in that journey.

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Fitness Schedule
Facilities and Activities

The cardiovascular area contains a wide variety of machines. The strength training area includes two full sets of selectable weight machines. The free weight room is equipped 20,000 pounds of free weights, benches and weight equipment.

The cardio area is equipped with 24 stereo TV's attached to the Cardio Theater system allowing patrons to choose the program they wish to listen to by plugging their headphones into a jack on the equipment and selecting the correct channel.

The facility also houses a multi-use gymnasium which is mainly used for intramural and self-directed programs such as basketball and volleyball.

 

Here is a taste of what the fitness center can offer you:

  • Aerobics

  • Basketball Court

  • Cardio Theater

  • Child Play Area

  • Equipment Checkout

  • Fitness Assessments

  • Football / Soccer Field

  • Jogging Track

  • Locker Rooms & Steam / Sauna Rooms

  • Multi-use Gym

  • Personal Trainers

  • Racquetball Court

  • Softball Fields

  • Weight Rooms

  • XTreme Fitness Room

Dress & Ethics Code 
  1. Athletic clothes, including athletic shoes, must be worn by participants while utilizing the facility. Street clothing, military uniforms and street shoes may present a safety hazard to the participant or damage equipment, therefore, are unauthorized attire. Provocative attire will not be allowed in the facility, to include bathing suits. Shoes that mark the floor will not be allowed. Determination and enforcement of this policy is the responsibility of the FCS. Violators will be asked to leave the facility.

  2. Personal stereo systems, other than walkman type, will not be allowed in the Fitness Center.

  3. The use of profanity or vulgar language will not be tolerated. Violators will be asked to leave the facility.

  4. Personnel will wear shirts at all times while utilizing the facility.

Air Force Sports Program

If you are a serious athlete, and you are active duty, Air National Guard or Reserve (Guard and Reserve are placed on active duty by their unit or HQ AFRC while participating in the program), then the Air Force Sports Program is for you! The AF Sports Program provides highly skilled athletes the opportunity to challenge themselves with many different levels of competition beyond the base level. These include Air Force, Armed Forces, national and international levels.

 

Athletes selected for specialized training participate in trial camps or departmental-level Air Force Championship events. Trial camps are short in duration but physically demanding, mentally challenging and highly competitive. These camps identify athletes earning berths on the final Air Force team that advances to national, international or Armed Forces competitions. Air Force programs include boxing, bowling, cross country, golf, fencing, marathon, shooting, rugby, tae kwon do, track & field, triathlon, wrestling, men's or women's basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball.

 

If you are a member who falls in this category, you need to apply for specialized training using an AF Form 303. The forms may be downloaded from www.usafsports.com. Your supervisor and commander must endorse the form and it will require the Base and MAJCOM sports representative coordination. All AF Form 303s must reach the Air Force Fitness and Sports office NLT the dates published on the Air Force Sports calendar. AF Form 303s for sports not listed on the calendar such as fencing and martial arts may be submitted at any time. For questions or more information on this program, call 677-3773.