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Something for everyone

There are two fitness centers on campus in which students can partake in weight training, stationary bicycling, and the use of various aerobic-conditioning machinery. These facilities are the Crest Fitness Center and the McPhee Strength and Performance Center. For more information on the facilities, please visit their respective websites. Students or faculty members interested in a membership should visit the Membership Information page.

Crest Wellness Center Exterior Sign

Crest Fitness Center

The Crest Fitness Center facility provides any fitness enthusiast with ample offerings for the ultimate workout.

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McPhee Workout Room


The McPhee Strength and Performance Center (MSPC) is a state-of-the-art strength and cardiovascular center located on the first floor of the McPhee Physical Education Center.

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Group Ex Spin Room

Group Exercise

Group Exercise classes are free and designed to increase your cardiovascular health, muscular strength/endurance and improve flexibility!

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Fit4Life is designed to benefit those looking to spruce up their existing exercise regimen as well as those looking to begin a program but don’t know where to start.

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Tour-de-Rec 2018 Class

Wellness Classes

This program typically hosts fee based fitness classes taught by certified, experienced fitness and wellness experts. It is open to University Students, Faculty and Staff, as well as members of the community.

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Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy is the systematic and scientific manipulation of the soft tissue of the body, which brings about beneficial effects physiologically, mechanically, and psychologically.

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Mokey bars

Vita Course

The Vita Course is located behind McPhee on upper campus. Enjoy a .6 mile, 9 element wooded fitness loop.

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Fitness Center Shoes Policy

Crest Fitness Center and MSPC have now become year round second pair of shoes facilities. This means you must bring a second pair of shoes to work out in at all times. This has been done to keep the equipment in better condition, as well as keeping the facility clean.

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