Fitness Centers

The Base Fitness Center is a great place to keep in shape and keep active with quality equipment to meet almost any need. It is Fitness Center policy to continuously have a 100% ID Check (unless in uniform). Eligible personnel are allowed one guest per visit.

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East Fitness Center

  • 5 Weight Rooms (Free Weights & Selectorized Weights)
  • 4 Locker Rooms (Including 2 DV)
  • 6 Handball/Racquetball Courts
  • 2 Basketball/Volleyball Courts
  • 2 Cardio Rooms
  • 1 Fit N Play Room (Parent/Child Area)
  • 3 Tennis Courts
  • 1 Football Field
  • 1 Softball Field
  • 1 Outdoor Track
  • 1 Aerobic Room

West Fitness Center

  • 3 Weight Rooms
  • 2 Locker Rooms
  • 1 Basketball/Volleyball Courts
  • 2 Cardio Rooms
  • 1 Softball Field
  • 1 Outdoor Dirt Track
Basketball and Racquetball Courts

• 16 years of age and over: Unrestricted

• 13-15 years of age: Parent or legal guardian must be in facility at all times

•6-12 years of age: Only with parental interactive supervision

Weight Room/Cardio Rooms

• 16 years of age and over: Unrestricted

• 13-15 years of age: Only with parental interactive supervision

• 12 and younger: Not allowed in the weight rooms and cardio rooms

•  Under 6 years of age: Not allowed in the facilities unless a parent/child area is provided.

Fitness Assessment Cell

For information about the Fitness Assessment Cell

There are plenty of “rules” you’ll never see posted. Here are just a few of the unspoken gym rules most veteran gym-goers won’t break.

1. Clean up after yourself
If you’re a sweat monster, grab a wipe and clean up your perspiration pool from anything you’ve filthied up. This even includes the floor. Additionally, if you carry a bag or gym accessories, don’t leave them in walkways, between equipment or on chairs or benches.

2. Re-rack your weights
When you’re done with a weight or piece of equipment, put it back where it belongs. As the saying goes, “A place for everything and everything in its place.” This also tells others you’re done using that item.

3. Please care, don’t stare
People often stare at others, for a number of reasons, none of which are acceptable. Staring is creepy, which is never a tolerable gym practice.

4. Ownership vs. hoardership
There are a number of ways to tell if a person is still using an item. Some of these include 1. Fresh sweat or personal belongings are present, 2. Weights are present, and 3. The person is visibly using the equipment. If any of these are true, the item is not available. 
On the flip side, you can’t claim something if you’re not going to use it.

5. Pardon the interruption
It’s important to know when it is an acceptable time to interrupt someone. If a person is visibly using something or has their headphones in, it’s best not to interrupt them. Many people time their workouts and interruptions guarantee slower finishing times.

6. Hovering
If you’re waiting for a piece of equipment, don’t hover around the person while you wait. This distracts the individual currently using the item. If they’re noticeably resting or between sets, kindly walk up to the individual and ask them if you can use the item once they’re done.

7. Intended use
Gyms have a limited amount of equipment, so equipment should only be used for its primary purpose. For example, don’t use the squat/shoulder rack to bench press or deadlift, or the bench to perform shoulder shrugs.

8. Say cheese
If you have time to stop and take a selfie … you’re wrong.

9. Temper tantrums 
If you bring your child to the gym, supervise them. Yes, children have their “moments,” but children shouldn’t distract others during their gym time.

10. Safety first
If you want to try for a new personal record, do it safely. Have a spotter, wear a belt and increase the weight in minimal amounts. A low increase would be the safest. The gym is never the place to show off. Check your ego at the door or it could get you hurt. 


To gain 24 hour access to the West Side Fitness Center, please visit the West Side Fitness Center to register your CAC card.
Mon-Fri 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For more information, please call 846-1068 (West Side Fitness Center)

Note: Content from Video material provided by Airmen 1st Class Chandler Baker and Lance Valencia.

Fitness Conditioning 6-7 a.m.
Muscle Hour Noon to 1 p.m.
All Terrain Cycling 4:30-5:30 p.m.
All Terrain Cycling 5:30-6:30 a.m.
Power Ride Cycling 11 a.m. to Noon
Basic Training 3-4 p.m.
Kickboxing 5-6 p.m.
Fitness Conditioning 6-7 a.m.
Muscle Hour Noon to 1 p.m.
Basic Training 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Power Ride Cycling 5:30-6:30 a.m.
All Terrain Cycling 11 a.m. to Noon
Basic Training 3-4 p.m.
 Yoga  5-6 p.m.
Zumba  9-10 a.m.



This class formats all terrains, to include team drills and visualization rides.


Higher resistance training to improve strength, stamina and power.



A 60 minute functional total body workout incorporating cardiovascular, upper body strength, core strength, push ups and sit ups. Everything you will need to pass your Air Force Fitness Assessment Test . This class is specially designed to teach proper push up and sit up techniques and build cardiovascular endurance. This class is highly recommended for those on the Fitness Improvement Program.


A 60 minute functional total body workout . This class will incorporate cardiovascular, strength, endurance, balance, push ups, core, speed & agility, as well as partner drills. Instructors will push you to your optimum fitness potential and take you to the next level.


Integrate balance with strength while using the barbells, heavy bars, and dumbbells to sculpt your body. BOSU and fit balls may be incorporated from time to time. All fitness levels.


An exciting, Latin inspired, dance ‘n tone program.


A level 1 class combining traditional yoga postures with deep stretching, breathing exercises, and meditation. Great for beginners and the more physically fit, resulting in increased flexibility, strength and stress reduction.

East Side
(505) 846-1102
5 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Sat & Sun  
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Select Holidays 

24 Hour Access available to Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve Military Members ONLY. Please see the front desk Mon-Fri 7- 9 a.m. & 5-7 p.m. to register.  A valid Military ID is required for registration purposes.

West Side
(505) 846-1068
24 Hrs/7 Days
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
To gain 24 hour access to the West Side Fitness Center, please visit the West Side Fitness Center to register your CAC card. Mon-Fri 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.