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Facility Information

Hours of Operation:
Fitness Center:
Mon-Fri 5AM - 9PM
Sat-Sun
Federal Holidays
10AM - 6PM

Force Fitness Juice Bar
Mon-Fri 7AM - 8PM
Sunday 8:30AM - 3PM

Phone Number
(210) 808-5709
DSN: 420-5709

Location
3569 Williams Way Rd., Bldg. 1369

Featured Links

Aerobics
Run Calendar
Triathlon Registration Form
Sports Programs
24-7 Fitness Access Update

JBSA Community

Other Locations
Lackland Fitness
Randolph Fitness

Fitness Center on the Medical
Education & Training Campus

The Fitness Center on the Medical Education and Training Campus (METC) is dedicated to providing fitness programs designed to enhance readiness and performance, promotes total fitness, esprit de corps and quality of life. Our goal is to provide a fun fitness environment that meets the needs of all fitness levels and keep exercise enthusiasts motivated as they pursue their fitness goals.

The Fitness Center on the METC features 44,213 sq ft of cardio equipment with personalized TV monitors, a gymnasium and an indoor track plus:
150 pieces of Fitness Equipment
Stair Climbers
Aerobic Rooms
Fitness Juice Bar
Treadmills
Cycling
Men's & Women's Locker Rooms
Ellipticals
2 Basketball Courts (full size)
Dry Saunas

Fitness Programs

Make sure you're getting the most out of your work out by attending an equipment orientation. A free personal fitness adviser is available upon request to active duty, retirees and DOD civilian customers 16 years and older.

Make sure your body has enough energy before or after your workout. The Force Fitness Juice Bar sells shakes, smoothies, power shakes, fat burners, muscle builders, snacks, fruit and drinks.

Aerobics

How We Roll
The How We Roll program provides parents and strollers use of the indoor track Monday-Friday, 9-11 AM. A personal fitness adviser is available on Mondays from 9-10 AM to work with participants on the track and provides information on alternate exercises.

WellBeats virtual trainer
WellBeats is a virtual fitness system that offers a variety of aerobic workouts like cycling, kick boxing, yoga and more. Classes are free and range from 20-60 minute workouts for all fitness levels.

Group Classes
Break a sweat and have a great time! Improve your cardio workout with aerobic classes. All classes are free except for Zumba Toning ($3.00).
Zumba® Toning - 60 minutes of Latin dance exercise. Instructor-led.
Indoor Cycling – 60 minutes of intense cycling using a unique blend of sprints, climbs, intervals, drills, terrain, and technique training. Virtual and Instructor-led
Agility – 60 minutes of high intensity cardio and abdominal workouts. Self-paced.
Circuit Training – 60 minutes of total body strength training with weights. Self-paced
AB Class – 30 minutes of intense abdominal workout with weights and exercises.
Cardio Abs Blast – 60 minutes of high intensity cycling and abdominal exercises. Instructor-led.
Hatha Yoga – 60-70 minutes of yoga instruction that uses postures and conscious breathing in combination with mental focus to build strength, flexibility, lung capacity, balance, and mindfulness. Instructor-led.
Yoga/Pilates – 50 minutes of physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation practices to promote body and mental control and well-being. Virtual-led.
Fit for Duty – 50 minutes of strength training and/or aerobic exercises. Utilizes Air Force Custom Content. Virtual-led.
Kick Boxing – 50 minutes of martial arts blend that combines punches, kicks, and strikes for a knockout workout experience. Virtual-led.
Equipment Intro – 30 minute basic equipment instruction and proper usage for fitness center patrons. Instructor-led.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga - movement and flow inspired Yoga with a diversity of always changing poses. Instructor-led.
Step Aerobics – 50 minutes of creative step patterns that provide a total body, cardio-driven workout. Virtual-led.

Sports Programs

Fitness Center on the METC is also home to the Sports Office. Sports programs include Joint Students' Intramural Sports and Special Events, Intramural Sports, Varsity Sports and the Service Member Adaptive Reconditioning Program. Sports provide patrons with the opportunity to enhance morale and unit esprit de corps and offered to individuals and teams with competitive and noncompetitive games.