Indianapolis: New fitness center available to medical students
IU School of Medicine Mar 09, 2018
An additional fitness option just opened up for IU School of Medicine students in Indianapolis. The 10,000-square-foot fitness facility is located in the IUPUI Campus Center on the theater level below Barnes & Noble; the main entrance is next to the bookstore. The space has a high level of compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, with equipment able to accommodate wheelchair use.
The Fitness Center’s hours are 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
By the numbers
- 10 treadmills
- 8 ellipticals
- 2 recumbent bikes
- 2 upright bikes
- 2 ClimbMills
- 24 bikes for spin classes
- 12 pin-select weightlifting machines
- 20 weightlifters can fit in the free weight area
- 5 to 100 pounds — the range of dumbbells available
- 8 users at a time can utilize the MX4 studio, a program similar to CrossFit that combines strength, cardio, endurance and power small-group training. The space features slam balls, kettlebells, jump ropes, battle ropes, rowers, self-propelled treadmills and more.
- 80 lockers — 40 in men’s room, 40 in women’s room
- 5 large televisions
- Spring session (March 1 to April 30) — $85 for faculty and staff, $15 for students
- Summer session (May 1 to July 31) — $75 for faculty and staff, $50 for students
- Fall session (Aug. 1 to Dec. 31) — $100 for faculty and staff, $50 for students
- Spring 2019 session (Jan. 1 to April 30) — $100 for faculty and staff, $50 for students
Fitness classes sign-ups can be made online. To sign-up for a membership, vist the membership service desk in the Fitness Center.
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