Facility Access System
To assist with tracking capacity levels, all customers will sign in and sign out of our facility with the Facility Access System.
The Fitness Center offers 24-hour access to the facility. Patrons who want to access the facility after its normal business hours will need to fill out a Statement of Understanding. You can fill it out now and bring it with you to the Fitness Center Front Desk. Click here for the Statement of Understanding.
For more information, call 719-556-4462, Option #1.
ALL patrons using the basketball and racquetball courts and the aerobics room WILL hand carry their shoes into the fitness facility or they will be denied access to these areas. Shoes wiped down at the front door do not qualify those shoes for court use.
Music & Television Policy
Personal iPods and smartphones are recommended for customers who wish to listen to their own music. Boom boxes or stereos are not allowed in any area of the facility except in group exercise areas for aerobics, spinning, and WarFit programs.
ALL customers are required to have ID cards for entry into the Fitness and Sports Center. Guests must present a picture ID with proof of age to be signed in as a guest.
Equipment Check Out
Equipment can be checked out at the front desk on a sign out sheet. Basketballs, volleyballs, soccer balls, and footballs are high theft items and must be checked out on an AF 1297 to help ensure the equipment is returned. Customers may bring in personal equipment but must get approval from a staff member at the front desk.
Appropriate clothing must be worn to maintain a proper image in a military and family fitness facility. Attire should be conservative and modest in nature without obscene and offensive language or graphics. Athletic attire and athletic-type shoes will be worn in all activity and equipment areas. Military utility uniforms are authorized to be worn during workouts and members may remove their utility uniform coat (shirt); however, t-shirts are worn. Only court shoes with non-marking soles will be worn on hardwood floors; boots are not authorized on treadmills or hardwood floors. Casual slacks, shorts and jeans are considered non-exercise attire. Due to safety concerns (including an increased risk of dehydration and heat illness), garments made of plastic, rubber, nylon, etc., that are specifically designed to increase the amount of perspiration, are not authorized in any fitness facility, to include outdoor running tracks and fields. Management will determine other situations where clothing could be considered inappropriate and take the appropriate actions.