Recreation and Wellness Center

A Fitness Orientation is a FREE, scheduled 15-30 minute appointment with a Fitness Supervisor that will give you a tour of the fitness facilities and equipment areas in the RWC and a run-down of each of our current programs.

The Fitness Supervisor will also outline our Free Fitness Assessment program, as well as cover our entire Personal Training/Small group Training rates and sign-up procedures. The goal of the Fitness Orientation is to help users become familiar with all of the fitness areas and programs that the Recreation and Wellness Center has to offer. Fitness Orientations are FREE to students and members of the RWC.If you are unfamiliar with the machines and equipment or feel uncomfortable with the facility, the Fitness Supervisor will help you orient yourself to machines and teach you how to properly and safely use the equipment.

Monday – Friday (By appointment only. Schedule appointment at least 24 hours in advance)

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1. Visit the RWC Adminstration office between 8am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. The office staff will give you a list of available dates and times for your orientation.
2. Select which date and time fits your schedule best.
3. On the day and time of your scheduled appointment go to the Member Services desk at the entrance of the RWC to meet your Fitness Supervisor.


Assumption of Risk Statement

Participation in Recreation and Wellness Center programs is completely voluntary. Individuals participate at their own risk and assume responsibility for their own health and safety. The University of Central Florida and the Recreation and Wellness Center are not liable for injuries sustained during participation in a Recreation and Wellness Center sponsored activity. It is strongly recommended that all participants consult a physician and/or have a physical exam prior to participation. The University of Central Florida does not provide personal accident/health insurance. Therefore, participants are urged to secure their own insurance. You may suffer physical and/or mental injury from participating in these activities.