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Warrior Fitness Center

Warrior Fitness Center

3705 Freedom Circle

4:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday

6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. holidays and Goal Days

702-652-4891

The new $25 million Warrior Fitness Center’s 110,000 square feet and almost $1 million in new equipment is state-of-the-art and provides group exercise programs, intramural sports, high-tech fitness equipment and special events year-round. It is Wounded Warrior friendly and can help injured and disabled veterans to recovery, and embraces as well the Health and Wellness Center (HAWC). Indoor resources include three basketball courts, an enormous weight-lifting room, individual cardiovascular and cycling rooms, an eighth-mile indoor track, a six-lane indoor pool, three racquetball courts and men’s and women’s locker and shower facilities with separate saunas. Certified massage therapists, personal trainers and a family workout room are available, and the Aim High Fitness Café has a nutritional juice bar with smoothies like the Plenty of Energy and the Super Green, and healthy menu items such as Salmon Salad Nicoise, or the grilled Creole chicken sandwich. Groups can work on abs or core strength or sign up for bootcamp, Pilates, yoga and zumba. For cardio, there’s power cycling and the Row Across the Atlantic Club, whose members use an aerobic rowing machine to rack up 4,157 miles, the distance between Miami and Lisbon, Portugal. Outdoor facilities include two tennis courts, a three-quarter-mile running track, two quarter-mile running ovals, a 1-mile track, three softball fields, an artificial turf football and soccer field and five picnic pavilions.

 

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