Campus Recreation

Fitness Center

Harris Teeter Functional Training Area

The Harris Teeter Functional Training Area provides a space for you to utilize various pieces of fitness equipment to get a total body workout. Functional training is meant to develop the body to perform better through activities that occur in daily life. Featured equipment in the Harris Teeter Functional Training Area include:

FreeMotion

FreeMotion is a line of cable based selectorized equipment. This allow the user to select a weight/resistance level and then perform your workout. This also requires to user to engage and stabilize muscles while performing the exercise on this strength line.

Queenax Rig

The Queenax rig is a functional training unit that encompasses a variety of accessories for a full body workout. Accessories include Superfunctional Bars, TRX Straps, Strong ++ resistance bands, Revll Pro Rope trainers, punching Bags, fixed parallel bars, lifting racks, landmine stations, and pull up bars. Also included are kettlebells, gripr sandbags, medicine balls, battle ropes, core bags, Bulgarian bags, and core momentum trainers. For information on how to use the accessories or set up equipment on the Queenax, please see a fitness team member.

Assault Fitness

The Assault AirRunner is a treadmill that is designed for HIIT workouts. Users control the speed by either running faster, or slower- creating an effective interval training workout. The Assault AirBikes are built to increase resistance as you push, pull, and pedal . The harder you work, the greater the resistance.

Free Weights

Dumbbells up to 30lbs are available in the Harris Teeter Functional Training Area. Adjustable benches and utility stools are also available for use.

ViPR

There are 14 ViPRs available on the Harris Teeter Functional Training Area floor. Ranging in sizes, the ViPRs (Vitality, Performance, and Reconditioning) can provide a user with resistance to add to exercises such as squats, cleans, lunges, and sport specific training. For specific examples of exercises, visit www.viprfit.com or ask a Fitness Team member on duty.

Fitness Center

The Fitness Center includes both cardio and strength equipment. There are 114 pieces of cardio equipment to utilize. In addition, patrons can create profiles to track workouts, watch tv, and even surf the web on most equipment! Patrons can even download the Preva App on their smartphone to take view workouts anytime and anywhere. The Fitness Center also houses almost 10,000 square feet of strength equipment. The strength line includes selectorized, plate loaded, and free weights.

Selectorized and Free Weight Area

  • Selectorized Strength Training (Hoist, Matrix G7, Cybex VR3)
  • Free Weight Room (Hoist, Hammer Strength, LifeFitness, StarTrac, Matrix)

Cardio Area

  • More than 51 pieces of Precor Cardio including treadmills, bikes, ellipticals, and Adaptive Motion Trainers (AMTs)
  • Preva allows you to track your workouts virtually by creating a personal profile

Cardio Deck

  • More than 56 pieces of cardio and core training stations
  • Woodway Treadmills
  • Cybex Arc Trainers
  • Octane LateralX
  • Matrix Climbmills
  • Precor Steppers
  • Concept2 Ergs
  • Additional Precor Treadmills, Ellipticals, and Bikes

Fitness Center Guidelines

  • Participants 16 years and older may use the Fitness Center
  • Appropriate exercise clothing and footwear is required. Street clothes such as jeans, khakis, dress pants, or anything with zippers, buttons, or belts are prohibited.
  • No gum, food, or beverages are allowed, except for water in a sealable plastic container (32 oz or less).
  • Campus Recreation is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please secure your personal belongings in a locker prior to exercising.
  • Participants are encouraged to regularly monitor their own workout intensity and take water breaks frequently.
  • Campus Recreation Staff reserves the right to stop equipment misuse to prevent injury and/or preserve the life of the equipment, if they determine a piece of equipment is not being used appropriately.