Stansbury Fitness & Wellness Center
Lifetime Activities Program
About Stansbury Fitness & Wellness Center
Stansbury Fitness & Wellness Center is operated by the WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences on a membership based structure. All students, faculty, staff, and community participants must pay a fee to utilize the facility and services offered. WVU is an American Council on Exercise (ACE) Licensed University.
The Stansbury Fitness and Wellness Center is located on the downtown campus in Stansbury Hall. The physical address is 83 Beechurst Ave., Room 19C Stansbury Hall. (The Center is situated in the loft area which overlooks the basketball gymnasium area.) WVU campus map
The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences’ Stansbury Fitness & Wellness Center is committed to providing faculty, staff, students, spouses, and community with quality supervised programs in a safe, enjoyable environment to help build a healthier lifestyle.
The Fitness Center relies on the WVU College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences’ fitness specialist students and one clinical master specialist to manage the fitness center. In conjunction with the American Council on Exercise and the American College of Sports Medicine standards, we take theoretical knowledge from the classroom and provide practical application at the fitness center to improve performance and fitness of members.
Goals & Objectives
- Provide opportunities to improve and maintain the health and fitness of the faculty, staff, students, and surrounding community.
- Offer a variety of exercise adherence programs to help patrons make changes for a healthy lifestyle.
- Offer a Lifestyle and Weight Management Program to help patrons eat healthy.
- Provide individualized attention to members in the form of fitness testing, fitness evaluations, health screenings, exercise programming, and personal training instruction.
The Stansbury Fitness and Wellness Center is located on the downtown campus in Stansbury Hall. The physical address is 83 Beechurst Ave., Room 19C Stansbury Hall. (The Center is situated in the loft area which overlooks the gymnasium.) WVU campus map
|Treadmills||Free Weights||18 Weight Machines||Stretching mats|
|Bikes||Dumbbells||Bands, Exer-tubes||Jump Ropes|
|Elipticals||Barbells||Exercise Balls||Towel service|
|Recumbent Bikes||Benches||Medicine Balls||Lockers|
|Steppers||Squat Racks||BOSU||Locker rooms|
Open Hours of the Facility
|11:00am – 1:00pm||11:00am – 1:00pm||11:00am – 1:00pm||10:00am – 2:00pm|
Session I: August 19 – October 11
Closed: September 2 – Labor Day Holiday; Closed on all home football Saturdays
Session II: October 14 – December 11
Closed: October 14 & 15 – Fall Break; November 25-30 – Thanksgiving Break; Closed on all home football Saturdays
Membership schedule follows the student academic calendar at WVU.
We have pro-rate fees for individuals who join throughout the semester.
Fee: $45.00 per session or $80.00 both sessions
|Session I: August 19 – October 11|
|Session II: October 14 – December 11
Note: Closed Sept 2, Oct 14 & 15, Nov 25-30 and all home football Saturdays
Fitness Testing / Consultation* (optional) – This hour-long appointment / interview helps us attain a baseline measure of various fitness-related components including: blood pressure, pulse, cardiovascular, muscle strength, muscle endurance, flexibility, and body fat. With additional lifestyle information we will design a personalized exercise programs that fits your schedule and will help you reach your goals.
Personalized Program (optional) – This hour-long appointment will include exercise instruction on your program based on your test results and goals.
FREE Personal Training
If you are interested in a health screen, fitness assessment, effective program design, or exercise instruction you may sign up to work with a personal trainer, for FREE!
A health screen consists of resting pulse, blood pressure, body composition, and target heart rate range.
A physical fitness test consists of assessing and evaluating cardiovascular capacity, muscle strength, muscle endurance, and flexibility.
Other assessments include posture analysis, skills test for athletes, and jogging technique.
When was the last time you changed your program? Variety is a key component in an exercise routine. If it has been longer than eight weeks since your last program, it’s time for something new. If you are interested in a new program, I would recommend speaking with one of our staff members and setting up an appointment.
One-on-One Personal Training: You will receive step by step instructions throughout your workout.
Exercise Instruction: Maybe you just need some help learning a few exercises, or would like to expand your exercise repertoire.
Program Design: You know a lot of exercises, but you’re not sure how to get them together for a program that will specifically target your goals.
For additional information contact:
WVU Stansbury Fitness & Wellness Center: (304) 293-4216
WVU CPASS Lifetime Activities Program: (304) 293-0859