The Great Lakes Fitness Center is a complete, state-of-the-art health and fitness center, designed to provide customers with personal, goal oriented, and professional service. Special features of the Center include a full weight room with 75 weight machines, 10,500 pounds of free weights, and a wide variety of cardiovascular equipment for your convenience. Enjoy a great workout on high-quality equipment from the makers of Hoist, Star Trac, Versa Climber, Lifefitness, FreeMotion and more. If you’re new to the facility, or simply want more information, sign up for a free equipment orientation today. Children ages 10 and up are welcome with a required orientation. Parental supervision is also required for those ages 10 to 14.
Over time our bodies reach exercise plateaus. In effort to prevent this, it is always good to change up the normal exercise routine. Get fit and have fun doing it. Great Lakes Fitness Center offers a variety of group fitness classes to help you reach your exercise goals. If you love to dance, then Zumba is right for you. Maybe you want to reduce your stress level and improve flexibility, then check out Yoga. For those interested in high intensity workouts, join Jillian Michael’s Body Shred, or Turbo Tabata classes. After all the hard work, try the center's Restorative Movement class.
Youth Access to MWR Fitness Centers
In accordance with Navy Policy for Navy personnel and their families to provide facilities that will effectively contribute to each person's quality of life, the following policy is effective for all MWR Fitness Centers.
"In an effort to assist our Navy youth in attaining and maintaining healthy lifestyles youth age 10-14 are authorized access to MWR Fitness Centers under the following guidelines: (1) youth in the approved age range can only enter the facility when accompanied at all times and in all areas of the Fitness Center by a parent or legal guardian (2) the youth and parent must attend together a fitness program and facility orientation conducted by the MWR Fitness professional prior to beginning their initial workout."