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MWR Fitness Center

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Need a place to relieve stress, improve strength and enhance overall health and wellness? Visit the Family and MWR Fitness Center! The Fitness Center houses a large group fitness room, spin room, multipurpose room, free weight, abdominal area, massage room, and male & female locker rooms. Our mission is to keep up with the latest fitness trends and provide a quality facility, staffed with professional employees who strive to achieve excellent customer service and patron satisfaction.  


MWR Fitness Center Brochure

FMWR Rental Facilities

Army Combat Fitness Test (ACFT) - the Army's new physical training testing requirement for all Soldiers. Click below to learn more information about the ACFT.

2024 Outdoor Recreation Cycling Challenge

2024 Outdoor Recreation Cycling Challenge Page

Gear up for the ultimate test of the year! Join Army Outdoor Recreation for their self-guided 2024 Cycling Challenge! Do you have what it takes to conquer 1000km (621 miles) in just over 4 months on 2 wheels?

Participants MUST register online here or by phone at (845)-938-0123.

Entry fee:

Who can participate:
Open to all authorized MWR patrons.  This challenge is designed for adults.  However, youth can participate and should expect to receive an adult sized jersey if/when they finish 1,000 kms.

Track your Progress: 
May 1 - Aug 31

Each participant is responsible for their own distance tracking and record keeping.  Electronic tracking devices are highly encouraged. 

Recommended app programs are: 

  • Strava
  • Map My Ride
  • Komoot
  • CyclemeterGPS
  • Registration is open from April 1 – July 31, 2024
  • All participants must report their progress to MWR Outdoor Rec ONCE a month via screenshot of total cycling distance per preferred app.  Please email the Outdoor Recreation Equipment Checkout Center at or visit in person at 648 Wilson Road, Thursday through Monday, from 9a.m. to 5p.m.
  • All distance trackers must be submitted to the West Point MWR Outdoor Rec no later than September 2nd to qualify for the finisher's jersey. Later submission will not be accepted.
  • Only traditional road, mountain, city/commuter bikes will be considered for this challenge. Use of E-bikes will be accepted. Use of training apparatus (e.g. stationary bikes) will not be accepted.
  • Participants are responsible for their own equipment.

Winners report back to Outdoor Rec beginning Sep 1 to receive your jersey.

Medical Clearance Screening Diagram

Check out this Medical Clearance Screening flowchart by the Human Performance Resources by CHAMP (HPRC), to assist you in evaluating your health prior to exercise. Scan the QR code for more information. 

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Par-Q Health Screening Questionnaire

PAR-Q Questionnaire
The health benefits of regular physical activity are clear; more people should engage in physical activity every day of the week. Participating in physical activity is very safe for MOST people. The following questionnaire will tell you whether it is necessary for you to seek further advice from your doctor OR a qualified exercise professional before becoming more physically active. 

Group Fitness Classes

[Classes currently available:]

Register online at: webTrac
Cost is $5 or one group fitness coupon

Functional Fitness with Anthony

SLAM (Sweat Like A Mother) with Krista

ZUMBA with Lindsey

Group Fitness Coupons (Available at the front desk.)
1 Coupon = $5
5 Coupons = $25
10 Coupons (+1 free) = $50
20 Coupons (+3 free) = $100

Attention all MWR Fitness Center Patrons: It is up to the individual instructor to determine if they will conduct a class with a minimum of five people or less.

Please Note: Class schedules may change/cancel with little notice.


Personal Training

Personal Training is BACK at the MWR Fitness Center! Personal Trainers work under a Government contract to teach at the MWR Fitness Center. 

Personal Training Assessment:

Assessments can either be paid for separately from personal training sessions or used as one of the paid sessions. A free basic risk assessment (blood pressure, resting heart rate, height, and weight) is required prior to beginning any personal training program.

Half hour basic assessment:

$25 includes heart rate, blood pressure, body composition, body mass index, cardiovascular, muscular strength, flexibility and postural assessment. A professionally designed fitness analysis of the assessment will be provided.

One hour assessment:

$50 includes body composition (body fat), body mass index (weight), blood pressure, heart rate, exercise recovery heart rate, exercise target heart rate range, girth measurements, cardio vascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, postural and flexibility assessments. Additional assessments may be administrated if trainer feels this is appropriate for the client. Furthermore, a professionally designed fitness analysis of the assessment will be provided.

Personal Training Sessions:

One hour sessions-Discount given for multiple session purchase

Single Session: $50

Four Sessions: $180

Eight Sessions: $350

Twelve Sessions: $480

Half hour sessions-Discount given for multiple session purchase

Single Session: $25

Four Sessions: $90

Eight Sessions: $175

Twelve Sessions: $240

Multiple Client Sessions:

One hour sessions-No discount for multiple session purchase

1st additional client pays $25 per session

2nd additional client pays $20 per session

3rd and 4th additional client pays $15 per session

Half hour sessions-No discount for multiple session purchase

1st and 2nd additional client pays $15 per session

3rd additional client pays $10 per session

Fitness Center Rules
  • 1. When you are finished using the equipment, wipe it down with provided disinfectant wipes or spray.
  • 2. Return equipment to its proper place after use.
  • 3. Do not monopolize equipment.
  • 4. Do not enter group fitness classes while the class is in session.
  • 5. Instructors are allowed 10 minutes prior to the start of class for setup.
  • 6. During peak hours, if others are waiting, limit cardio equipment use to 30 minutes.
  • 7. No yelling, cursing, banging/dropping weights, or making loud sounds.
  • 8. Do not bring your gym bag or other personal belongings to the floor.
  • 9. Make Phone calls in the designated cell phone area.
  • 10.Youth under age 13 are not allowed in the facility.
  • 11. The use of chalk is prohibited.
  • Kids from 13-15 years old must be accompanied by someone 18 years or older.

  • Kids 16 years or older can come in by themselves.

    After two warnings, those who cannot follow the rules will be asked to leave.

Dress Code

APPROPRIATE ATTIRE (Effective Sunday, January 1st, 2023)

  • Military Members CAN wear Boots and uniform while lifting. 
  • HOWEVER, sneakers must be worn when doing cardio.
  • Sneakers, athletic shoes, or fitness shoes 
  • “Barefoot” or “Five Finger” shoes are permitted in yoga and pilates classes.


  • Open toe shoes, flip-flops
  • Denim Shorts, jeans, dress pants, belts 
  • Tank tops, sports bras that are considered too revealing or offensive 
  • Mesh tops, see through tops, bathing suits, bikini tops, and cut off shirts. 
  • Any clothing with offensive or foul language 
  • Excessive jewelry or perfume/cologne.

**Sneakers, or athletic footwear must always be worn, including squats and deadlifts**

**All tops must cover the mid-section and chest area. This includes males and females**

MWR Fitness Center Management’s definition of improper attire is final. Those wearing improper attire will be denied access to the facility.

Become a Personal Trainer / Group Fitness instructor

We are always looking for ways to bring new energy to better the lives of our military community. You can become a personal fitness trainer at West Point and do just that - change peoples lives!

  • All group fitness instructors and personal trainers work under a government contract through NAF Contracting.
  • All instructors/trainers must be certified and hold a current nationally recognized certification, in the specific area of instruction.
  • Instructors/Personal Trainers must be able to conduct a demo class.