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The Fitness Center is located in Room E170 on the Appleton campus and features a variety of exercise equipment available for free use by students and staff. Included in the center are cardiovascular and strength equipment, as well as shower and locker facilities.
Several health and wellness programs are offered to students and staff throughout the year.
View the Fitness Center Brochure (PDF) | Well Student Spotlight Nomination Form (PDF) | Wellness Club (PDF)
A free one time, one hour appointment where you will learn about exercise recommendations and how to properly use the equipment. You will leave with a full body strength training routine personalized for you.
Students get two free 45 minute personal training sessions per semester, after they’ve completed an orientation. This is a great option for those who have plateaued and want to switch up their routine.
Test your current fitness level to establish a baseline or track progress. Students get two free fitness assessments each semester. The Fitness Assessment includes body composition testing, blood pressure, 3 minute step test, push-ups, sit-ups, and sit & reach.
For this appointment option, you will be showed how to set up an account on Super Tracker so you can begin logging your food, drink, and quantities. We will come back together to review your food log and highlight areas where you can make changes and improvements.
Knowing your health related numbers can be a motivational tool to help you reach your wellness goals. You will leave knowing your BMI, body fat percent-age, weight, blood pressure, and resting heart rate.
All classes are appropriate for any fitness level. We encourage participants to go at their own pace. All classes taught by the Wellness Coordinator are free for students and staff and do not require registration. Classes are on a drop-in basis, so come when your schedule allows.
Tai Chi and Zumba are free for students but do require registration and payment from staff. Please register for these classes in Student Life (Room E137). Classes are about $2.50 each and can be purchased as a punch card. See this Tai Chi flyer (PDF) for additional information.
View the Spring 2018 group exercise class schedule (PDF).
Workout will include high/low aerobics or circuits. Strength training exercises will also be incorporated through the use of various strength equipment.
Pronounced “tie chee”, is a mind-body practice wherein a person moves their body slowly and gently, while breathing deeply and meditating (it’s often called “moving meditation”). Tai chi is a physical approach to health, longevity, and optimum quality of life. Principles and postures of qigong are also incorporated through class.
Requires registration and payment from FVTC Staff only. Please register in Student Life, Room E137.
A form of suspension training that uses body weight exercises to develop strength, balance, flexibility, and core stability simultaneously. The use of the TRX Suspension Trainer is used which is a performance training tool that leverages gravity and the user’s body weight to complete the exercises.
This style focuses on breathing paced with movement through poses. Weight loss, the faster pace, and strength building poses in this style increase calorie burn. All levels welcome.
An aerobic class featuring movements inspired by various styles of Latin American dance and performed primarily to Latin American dance music.
FVTC Winter OlympicsFebruary 12-23
Polar PlungeSaturday, February 17
The Amazing Race
February 5-March 2
More info (PDF)
Registration form (PDF)
Appleton campus, Room E170
Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-9 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.