To further enhance campus life and students’ co-curricular experience, The University of Tampa has built a new fitness center in the heart of the UT campus. The building features high ceilings, open rooms and
liberal use of glass to allow for sunlight and a connection to the
outdoors. The open floor plan is intended to enhance visibility, foster
social interaction and build community.
The fitness center is centrally located, one-stop shop for all
exercise programs, personal training and evaluation, wellness and
nutrition programs, intramurals, recreation activities, club sports and
some exercise related laboratory and research activities.
Specifically, the center features six group exercise rooms, which
includes an indoor cycling room. Two small fitness assessment rooms have been
incorporated in the floor plan, as well as a “flexible” classroom to
allow for educational and training functions. A large number of Precor cardio machines (treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical and adaptive motion trainers) as well as free weights, plate loaded and selectorized machines will be available. The center also
includes offices for Campus Recreation and related staff, as well as