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Fitness Center

At Roane State's Fitness Center, we provide a diverse exercise program that will help each individual reach personal fitness goals through the incorporation of: medical screening, personal fitness evaluations, analysis of fitness test, individually tailored exercise programs, and continuous supervision by qualified staff. Through the implementation of our program, we strive to create an environment that will encourage participants to adopt our belief in staying physically active for a lifetime, in order to increase the quality of life.

Services and Amenities:

Exercise Equipment Includes:

What is “Aerobic Super Circuit?”

Circuit training involves alternately doing resistance exercises and aerobic exercises.

Program was developed at the Aerobic Institute in Dallas, Texas by Dr. Kenneth Cooper.

Primary focus is on cardiovascular-respiratory fitness; however, improvements in muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility can also be realized. In addition, circuit training is an excellent way to lose unwanted pounds and inches.

Do I have to start at the beginning of the semester?

Start your exercise program at any time and orientations are offered throughout the year! (does not apply to grade options)


Shaun H. Simpson • (865) 354-3000 ext. 4499 • Click name for email address

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