Spin cycle workout class

UCalgary Fitness Centre

The Fitness Centre

The Fitness Centre is one of the most popular Active Living facilities. Located in the main hallway of the Kinesiology B building, the Fitness Centre has an array of exercise equipment and spaces, to provide students, staff, faculty and the greater University community with a fun and safe place to workout. No matter your ability, fitness level or experience, every body is welcome. 

Access to the Fitness Centre is included with an All-Access membership or Fitness membership.

Students are automatic All-Access members! 


    Our space

    With over 3750mof space, the Fitness Centre has something for everyone, including:

    University of Calgary Fitness Centre weights and cardio

    Equipment

    A wide range of cardio equipment, weight machines and free weight equipment

    Running track

    6 lane, 240m running track

    Wheelchair access

    A variety of wheelchair accessible equipment, with an elevator to the second floor


    UCalgary Fitness Centre Gym Orientation

    FREE Gym Orientations

    Never been to the Fitness Centre but want to see what it’s all about? Thinking about beginning an exercise program but don’t know where to start? 

    During the orientations, our team will introduce you to the Fitness Centre basics and answer any questions you may have. Get a guided tour of all the equipment and programs we have to offer and learn tips, tricks and etiquette on how to become gym-savvy.

    Orientations are available on-demand, for any Fitness Centre user. Please see any Fitness Centre staff member for details. 

    Visiting the Fitness Centre

    Location: KNB 155 
    Maps & parking

    Due to popular demand, we now have new equipment for you to use

    • Functional equipment upstairs is located at the West End of the track.
    • Additional free weight benches, dumbbells and squat racks.
    • Barbell jacks for loading plates. 

    The day of your visit

    When you arrive at the Fitness Centre (KNB 155) simply, scan your UCID Card at the gates.

    Once checked in, you may stay as long as you like. 

    Note: if this is your first time using the Fitness Centre, you will need to have your UCID card activated by a staff member at Client Services (KNA104) or the Fitness Centre (KNB155) prior to scanning at the gates.

    Changerooms are in KNA across from Client Services

    Our friendly staff are always available to answer questions or help make your Fitness Centre experience the best it can be!

    Barbell Jack
    personal trainer consulting with client

    What to bring to the Fitness Centre

    Appropriate footwear

    Please bring clean, close-toed indoor shoes.

    Drawstring bags are permitted

    You can bring a small, drawstring bag to keep with you. Large bags are not allowed inside the Fitness Centre.

    UCID card

    Scan your University of Calgary ID card at the Fitness Centre entrance to gain access.

    Mask

    Masks are not required but encouraged.

    Fitness Centre safety measures

    Safety remains a priority for Active Living and the Fitness Centre. 

    • Users are expected to clean their fitness equipment BEFORE and AFTER each use
    • All equipment and high touch areas will be electrostatic sprayed daily at closure
    • Hand sanitizer is available throughout the facilities 
    • If you are showing any symptoms of illness, please do not visit the Fitness Centre

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    Fitness Programs

    In addition, to the Fitness Centre, Active Living offers several health and wellness programs: personal and small group training, rehabilitation fitness classes, and other favourites such as yoga and spin classes. 

    Personal Training

    Our friendly certified trainers are ready to help build a fitness plan that fits you. 

    Discounted rates for UCalgary students and Active Living members.

    Group Fitness

    Find a class to suit what moves you. We offer group fitness, yoga, fitness rehabilitation and more.

    Programs are open to the public.