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  Fitness and Sports Center  

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About us . . .

The Fitness and Sports center is a fully equipped facility capable of providing a large variety of sports and fitness programs for all members of the Seymour Johnson community. More than 700 customers use the Fitness Center daily. The exercise area is divided into three areas: Cardiovascular and Functional Fitness, Selectorized Weight Training Machines, and Free Weights.

100% ID Check @ the Fitness Center

- All access during these hours is conditional upon training and CAC swipe access.
- Briefings and orientation will include how to access Fitness Center after hours, areas accessible after hours, emergency procedures, and equipment orientation
-For safety and personal security, all areas of the Fitness Center available for use at these times will be monitored by cameras.

If you have any questions, please contact the Fitness Center at 722-0408.

--- Active/Reserve members must visit the Fitness Center's front desk to complete a Statement of Understanding.
--- Take a tour of the facility. Schedule your tour with the Fitness Center Staff.
--- Complete an equipment orientation (if needed)
--- Register your Common Access Card
--- Access during unmanned hours will be available for members that have registered

***PLEASE note that individuals will NOT receive access until all above steps are completed.

Statement of Understanding to be reviewed,
signed and kept on file at the Fitness Center.
Hard copies available on-site, but shared here for your awareness.  


Active duty and Reserve members already have the ability to register their Common Access Cards (CACs) for access during unmanned hours of operation.

Now, dependents and retirees without a CAC can also register for access during unmanned hours of operation. To gain access to the Fitness Center during unmanned hours, customers can visit the front desk (during manned hours) and inquire about acquiring a fitness access card. The customer will be required to receive a briefing, sign a Statement of Understanding (SOU), and register the access card in the fitness system. Make sure to bring your ID with you.

Unmanned Fitness hours will be from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. during the week and from 5 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sunday and Holidays. Customers will not be able to access the Fitness Center during these hours until they have registered.

An access card is required at the time of registration. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Fitness Staff at 919-722-0408.



Programs and Services


Personal training sessions

  • Aerobics and Cardio Classes--Spin Class, Zumba, Combat Fitness, Fit to Fight, Core/Abs
  • Indoor/outdoor basketball, racquetball/wallyball courts, 1/4 mile track, two mile jogging trail, daily use lockers, tennis courts, softball fields and football/soccer field
  • Intramural/Extramural sports--Flag football, basketball, volleyball, softball, soccer, and racquetball

Parent Child Area

Fitness Assessments available by appointment

AF Star Bullet Equipment
  • Treadmills, Ellipticals, Steppers, Recumbent and upright bikes, Row machines, Spin Bikes
  • Free-weight Area
  • Functional Fitness Area
  • Rock Wall -- In order to climb, you must be age 16 and over, fill out a liability waiver, receive a brief training from Fitness Staff and be issued a climbing card.
  • Selectorized Machines
  • Sauna

Did you know ... gym bag regs


AF Star Bullet All Air Force Sports logoAll Air Force Sports

If you are active duty military, guard or reserve personnel (on active status during the period of competition), you are eligible to participate in the Air Force Sports Program. You will need to submit an AF Form 303, Request for USAF Specialized Sports Training, by the date noted for your chosen sport. AF Form 303s are available at your local fitness center. The application must be endorsed by your supervisor and unit commander, and then given to the installation fitness center director, who will forward it to Headquarters Air Force Services Agency (HQ AFSVA).

Applications must be received at HQ AFSVA no later than 45 days prior to the first day of the trial camp you are applying for. Information included on the AF Form 303 includes a reverse chronological listing of sports experience, starting with most recent events. You should specify name of events in which you participated, level/division of play, results (to include specific age category if applicable), awards, commendations and references. Copies of press releases may be forwarded, as well as letters of recommendation. If you played on a team sport, include name, location and classification of team, along with team results.

AF Star Bullet WCAP logoAir Force World Class Athlete Program

The Air Force World Class Athlete Program (WCAP) is a two-year program that provides active duty, national guard and reserve Air Force personnel the opportunity to train and compete at national and international sports competitions with the ultimate goal of selection to the United States Olympic team. The WCAP is not a developmental program; it targets athletes who have achieved world class status in their sport. Applications for the WCAP must be submitted using the Air Force Form 303, Request for USAF Specialized Sports Training. Candidates national ranking, ability and potential will be verified through the United States Olympic Committee’s National Governing Body of the sport. If selected, the athlete will be assigned to Headquarters Air Force Services Agency, San Antonio, Texas, with a duty location near elite coaches and/or world class training facilities. Candidates must remain competitive for a U.S Olympic team position to remain in the program, which ends with the Olympic Trials or after competing with the national team at the Olympics.



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Sculpt & Tone class


Zumba class


Yoga Class


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1500 Langley Ave.

Hours of Operation:
Manned Fitness Hours
 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday & Holidays
 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Please see the Fitness Center Staff for access to the facility after hours.

Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day


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This page last updated Feb 19, 2017

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