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URECFIT AT THE SMC CAMPUS CENTER
Our state-of-the-art facility includes:
- 3 floors of recreation and fitness opportunities.
- Fitness Center featuring over 90 cardiovascular stations, circuit training, free weights, and more.
- A Strength & Conditioning room for power lifting and strength training.
- Two group exercise studios, cycling studio, and multipurpose areas.
- Gymnasium with 2 basketball courts, volleyball, badminton, and 2 racquetball/squash conversion courts.
- Elevated walking and jogging track (10 laps = 1 mile).
- Modern locker rooms - men, women, and a locker room with private shower stalls. The men's and women's locker rooms each have a sauna.
- Day lockers and towels are complimentary with each visit.
- All televisions have DirecTV to enjoy while you are exercising or just relaxing in our lounge area. In the fitness suite, most cardiovascular equipment is equipped with personal viewing stations or has audio connections to the TV's.
- A 5-lane, 25 yard "infinity" pool with a zero depth entry ramp and a hydrotherapy bench with water and air propulsion jets in the 6th lane. The pool depth ranges from 3.5 feet to 5.5 feet With views of UMMC, Shock Trauma and Davidge Hall, the pool provides marvelous vistas of UMB's beautiful urban campus. The pool is kept between 78 and 81 degrees Fahrenheit to compliment both fitness and leisure swimming.
- University of Maryland, Baltimore students and all URecFit members must show proof of membership by presenting a valid UMB One Card or government issue ID to gain facility access. URecFit is fully authorized to deny entrance without possession of valid identification. Individuals who present false identification or whose ID is presented by another person will be considered patron misconduct and theft of services. Misuse of an ID may result in loss of facility access, reporting of the incident to their Dean’s Office and possible criminal charges subject to jail time and/or fine.