Our Fitness Room is a bright and well equipped 2,200 square feet of dedicated workout space. If you are looking to lose weight, gain strength and get in shape we have the tools you need to achieve your fitness goals. Learn more about our Kid Care service.
Fitness Room Equipment
- (4) Treadmills
- Woodway Ecomill
- (3) Elliptical Crosstrainers
- (2) Cybex Arc Trainers
- Octane Lateral X Elliptical
- (2) Octane Seated Elliptical
- (2) Upright Bikes
- (3) Recumbent Bikes
- Jacob's Ladder
- Concept II Rowing Ergometer
- 19 Cybex Strength Machines
- Duel Cable Functional Trainer
- FreeMotion Functional Trainer
- Pullup/dip Assist Machine
- Smith Machine
- TRX Suspension
- Torque Power Half-Rack
- Stretching mats
- Stability Balls
- Resistance Tubing
FREE Fitness Room Orientation
Get to know the Fitness Room better! Our Fitness staff will teach you the proper use of our cardio machines, free weights, Cybex circuit, and other fitness equipment. Our goal is to help you become familiar with and comfortable in the Fitness Room. Contact our Head Personal Trainer at 703-435-6800 x2131 to schedule an appointment, (subject to availability).
For your enjoyment, our cardiovascular exercise equipment is stationed in front of four, wall-mounted flat screen televisions - with audio provided by our Broadcast Vision FM radio system. Tune to the radio station listed on each TV in order to hear the audio. Please provide your own headphones and radio receiver.
The Fitness Room may be enjoyed by all adults age 16 & older.
Teens between the age of 12 & 15 must attend one of our Free Teen Fitness Orientations in order to be eligible for use. Upon completion, a Youth Fitness I.D. will be issued as proof of eligibility.
In addition to the orientation, youths age 12 & 13 must be directly supervised at all times by a parent/guardian while working out in the Fitness Room.
Children under the age of 12 are not permitted in the Fitness Room.
Have an idea or suggestion that you'd like to see in the Fitness Room? Have feedback on the Fitness Programs or Personal Training? Please submit your comments via e-mail.