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Cape Fitness & Sports
Building 44915, (321) 853-3966
Mon - Fri, 6 am - 4 pm
Sign ups encouraged. Interested participants
are asked to pre register by calling 853-3966.
Cape Fitness Authorization
Note: Access to the CCAFS fitness center (a satellite facility of the PAFB Sports & Fitness Center) is limited to badged CCAFS personnel only.
Fitness & Sports Center
Building 545, (321) 494-6697/4947
FITNESS HOURS - ALL AUTHORIZED PATRONS
Mon-Fri: 5 am - 9 pm
Sat & Sun: 8 am - 7 pm
Holidays: 8 am to 4 pm unless otherwise posted.
LAP POOL: Mon & Wed 6 am - 2 pm; Tue & Thu 10 am - 6 pm; Fri 6 - 10 am & 11 am - 2 pm
MAY FITNESS MONTHThese events offered throughout the month help motivate members to make fitness/exercise a daily part of their routine.
IRON MAN TRIATHLON
Competitors will complete all the distances. They will track their distances in a log book that will be kept at the fitness center. Only runs, swims and cycling done at PAFB or CCAFS will be counted.
WOMEN'S ULTIMATE FITNESS CHALLENGE
One day event on May 2 where participants navigate their way thru an obstacle ourse on the WARFit field.
How many HUMVEES can you lift in one month? Participants will log all their exercises and weights lifted in a log sheet that will be provided (kept at both PAFB and CCAFS). Staff will calculate how much weight was lifted and convert it to how many HUMVEEs the participant lifted.
CARDIO CHALLENGE: This 6-week program is designed to increase awareness of the need for a consistent cardiovascular program in one’s overall fitness routine. 30-45 minutes of cardiovascular activity, 4-6 times per week will increase cardiovascular health, help maintain a healthy weight and facilitate combat readiness. Participants can utilize a variety of indoor cardio equipment and authorized outdoor jogging and bike trails. Participants are responsible for keeping track of miles accomplished in a log provided by the fitness centers. *Only workouts completed at the PAFB and CCAFS Fitness Center can be logged. Log sheets and conversion sheet will be provided and kept at the PAFB and CCAFS Fitness Centers.
CLASSES for Active Duty
Core Builder: Mon & Wed @ 6:45 am
Medicine Ball Blast: Mon & Wed @ 11:30 am
WATER AEROBICS CLASSES: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 - 9:30 am at the lap pool. Check with your physician prior to engaging in any exercise program. The lap pool depth: 4 to 8 ft and water floatation devices are available. Active duty, reservists and National Guard on active orders have priority. Two lanes remain available for swimmers at all times.
EQUIPMENT ORIENTATIONS: Equipment orientations are available upon request. If you are unfamiliar with the fitness machines, please ask the staff to show you how to use the equipment in order to decrease risk of injury. If you are not currently engaging in any physical activity, a physician consultation is recommended prior to utilizing the fitness equipment
FITNESS PROGRAM DESIGN, CONSULTATIONS, FITNESS ASSESSMENTS: By appointment only. Certified members of the fitness staff are available to assist with these services. Please note, if a continued one-on-one personal training service is desired, please see the front desk staff or the Enhanced Programs brochure for more information on our contracted Personal Trainers. Please be advised there is a fee for this service.