Fitness | Towson University


In addition to a facility full of state-of-the-art exercise equipment, the Campus
Recreation Fitness program offers many services that guide participants into a healthy
lifestyle by providing group fitness classes, equipment orientations, fitness assessments,
and personal training.

Towson Campus Recreation Fitness

 

summer 2021 update

Fitness

Please review our updated Fitness Usage Guidelines before you visit Campus Rec. 

Fitness Floor

The fitness floor is found on the first level of the Burdick Hall Campus Recreation
facility. It includes a wide array of weight lifting equipment from Matrix Fitness
that includes dedicated weight lifting platforms, plate-loaded machines, accessible
strength training machines, and selectorized equipment. In addition, there are plenty
of dumbbells, plates and benches to train the entire body. This level also includes
a dedicated personal training area that is available to use when clients are not being
trained, and a small variety of cardio equipment such as bikes, treadmills, ellipticals,
and Krankcycles.

Cardio Floor

The cardio floor is located on the second level of the facility. It houses over fifty
pieces of cardio equipment including traditional treadmills, ellipticals, bikes, and
climb mills, plus some more unique pieces to add variety to any cardiovascular training
routine. There is also a small area with mats and medicine balls for core work and
stretching.

Functional Floor

The functional area is located on the second level of the facility. This unique area
encourages training the body for the way it lives and moves, using independent fitness
tools such as kettlebells, suspension ropes, body weight, and gravity. Two Queenax
structures facilitate this functional fitness concept as well as several Matrix S-Drive
sled-mills. A sprint hill with a 20% incline also adds a fun element of training. 
           

The Jungle

The Jungle Fitness Course is a ninja warrior inspired course designed to incorporate
challenging elements of jumping, climbing and balance to create a fun and engaging
fitness workout.  The course compliments the functional training area with a three-truss
frame system that provides fifteen different and exciting elements to challenge all
fitness levels. 

Mezzanine

The Mezzanine is located above Gym One and can be accessed through the first floor
of Burdick Hall or on the second floor near the Sprint Hill. Please keep the track
and stairway clear by using the Mezzanine for ab work, stretching, and jumping rope.

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Guidelines: Know Before You Go! 

Each fitness area has specific guidelines for using the space. 

Fitness Guidelines