Lifestyle Fitness Center and Weight Lab

LifeStyle Fitness Center Operation Hours.

Monday to Friday 7:30 am - 1:30 pm

Monday to Thursday 5 pm - 8 pm

Saturday 9 am - 12pm


Weight Room Operation Hours. 

Monday to Friday 8 am -1:30 pm

Monday to Thursday 6 pm - 8 pm

Saturday Closed 

 On the first Tuesday of each month, both centers will be closed at 12:15 pm

The Lifestyle Fitness Center (LSFC – VG 113) and Weight Lab (VG 2) offer students enrolled in PE 101, 102, 103, 104 or ATHPE 100 or 101 access to a wide variety of fitness equipment. Students must be enrolled in one of the courses listed above to access the fitness center or weight lab. Fitness equipment available in the LSFC includes:

  • Treadmills
  • Elliptical machines (Cross-Trainers)
  • Exercise bikes
  • Recumbent bikes
  • Rowing machines
  • Stairmasters
  • Multi-use cable stations
  • A full-body Super Circuit
  • Single-station resistance machines
  • An assisted pull-up/dip machine
  • A rotating rock climbing wall
  • A stretching area with foam rollers and physio balls
  • And more!


The weight lab provides the following equipment:

  • Olympic platforms
  • Olympic bars
  • Bumper plates
  • Iron plates
  • Squat cages
  • Pull-up bars
  • Dumbbells
  • Kettlebells
  • Plyometric boxes
  • Resistance bands *(must be checked out at the counter)
  • Jump Ropes *(must be checked out at the counter)
  • Medicine balls
  • And more!

The lecture courses KIN 167 Beginnning Weight Training and Conditioning and KIN 168 Intermediate Weight Training and Conditioning teach students how to design their own fitness programs and utilize the vast array of fitness equipment available to reach their personal fitness or athletic goals.

The backroom of the fitness center houses a state-of-the-art indoor cycling room and hosts PE 110 Beginning Indoor Cycling and PE 111 Intermediate Indoor Cycling taught by SPIN-certified instructors and supported by a digital heart rate monitoring system.

VG 108 is designed as a Kinesiology laboratory classroom and utilized by KIN 151 Applied Exercise Science, KIN 156 Foundations in Personal Fitness Training, and KIN 157 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries. This lab provides the students in these classes with technical equipment used to assess fitness and apply advanced training techniques.