The UAB Campus Recreation Center offers you the best opportunities for recreation and fitness. You will find everything you need to stay active under one roof – free weights, court sports, swimming pools, group fitness classes, nutrition education, fitness areas, a climbing wall, and much more.
The 150,000 square feet covers three floors: housing four basketball/volleyball courts, five racquetball courts (one of which can be converted to squash and four for wallyball), four aerobics studios, 18,000 square feet of weight and cardio-fitness areas, game room, KidsZone, aquatics center with both lap and leisure components, CenterCourt gym used for indoor soccer, floor hockey and badminton, juice bar, indoor track, and a climbing wall.
A membership is the easiest way to enjoy all the Rec Center has to offer. Various membership rates are available for UAB employees, colleagues, alumni, household members, and more.
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