Campus Recreation

Fitness Programs

Mission

We offer recreational and wellness programs and activities for students, faculty, staff, and community members. We design our programs and activities to be fun, create excitement, and help our campus community lead holistically healthy lifestyles.

Stretch. Sweat. Repeat.

We've got the classes, equipment, and facilities you need to get fit and stay fit. Whether you have a personal fitness goal, or just want to break a sweat while having fun, our Physical Education Complex can fit your every exercise need. Come experience our fitness center, check out our fitness programs and group classes, or schedule a personal program with one of our highly-skilled professional trainers. Programs, events, classes, and activities are always happening at the Fitness Center—join us!

Fitness Center Hours


Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

Fitness Programs

The Fitness Center regularly hosts group exercise classes, individualized and personal programs, as well as special events. We're always updating the schedule and adding new opportunities to get involved, and stay active.

Designed for anyone and every body at all fitness levels, our group fitness classes offer something for everyone. Recent classes include Zumba, cardio, and strength training.

Interested in running, but not sure where to start? Join this training program designed to motivate and prepare you to run your first 5K or improve your running time for your next 5K.

Walking regularly can lower stress levels, improve concentration, and help prevent fatigue and injury. This group is for people who enjoy walking, and want to walk more frequently, and also for anyone interested in getting started.

You have health and fitness goals. We want to help you achieve them. We work 1-on-1 with students, staff, faculty, and local community residents to identify, prioritize, and achieve health, fitness, and wellness goals.

Before starting any exercise or fitness program, it's helpful to know your baseline. Establishing a baseline means you are measuring the starting point of any process so you can track growth or improvement.

Our fitness team members conduct fitness assessments to establish your starting point for:

  • cardiovascular fitness
  • muscular strength
  • endurance
  • flexibility
  • body composition
  • circumference
  • height
  • weight
  • blood pressure
  • heart rate

The goal of the WOW program is to help women become comfortable and familiar with using free weight, and experience benefits of strength training.  To get the most out of the program, we recommend participants attend all sessions.

Whether it's your first time in a gym, or your first time back in a while, you might benefit from an introduction to fitness equipment. During this orientation, a fitness team member takes you on a guided tour of the facility, and helps you get familiar with the cardio and strength training equipment, as well as free weights.

Open to any current Coppin student, this program includes personal development trainings around fitness, personal training, and group exercise.

Based on the hit tv show, this campus program gets faculty and staff excited and motivated to lead healthy lifestyles.

Special Events

Classes aren't the only thing we offer at the Fitness Center! We also host special campus-wide and community events throughout the academic year:

  • Campus Recreation's 5K Run
  • Cardio Fitness Challenge
  • FIT Campus Student Challenge
  • Campus Recreation's Fitness Triathlon
  • RecQuestBall Tournaments
  • Halloween Zumba Party
  • Christmas Fitness Event