Rawhouswer Fitness Center
The 2,200-square-foot Rawhouser Fitness Center, located in the Seay Student Center, houses a wide array of computer-integrated workout and cardio equipment, such as treadmills, elliptical machines and stationary bikes, as well as free weights and other machines targeting certain muscle groups. The Rawhouser Fitness Center is named in honor of David and Jill Rawhouser of Arlington, Texas.
Boreham Aerobics Room
Alongside the fitness center is the Boreham Aerobics Room. Students as well as faculty and staff are able to reserve this room for activities such as yoga, dance lessons, or to do DVD programs such as Insanity that they can check out at the front desk.
Athletic Weight Room
In 2014, the University repurposed a racquetball court in the Mabee Gymnasium and transformed it into an Olympic style weight room. New equipment was added in 2016 to enhance student athlete performance and provide another option for students to work out during the day. This room boasts three free-standing squat racks, one platform squat rack, a full set of kettlebells, as well as another rack of free weights.
|Rawhouser Fitness Center||Athletic Weight Room|
|Monday-Friday: 6am-12am||Monday-Thursday: 8pm-10pm|
|Saturday-Sunday: 2pm-8pm||Friday-Sunday: Closed|
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