Our physical therapists work with clients to promote independent exercise or will provide assistance to setup a personal exercise program.
Monthly MembershipsA membership allows you unlimited access to our facility 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. You must have an orientation training before you get started, so call 785-472-5028 ext 324 to schedule one!
Membership PricesSingle Adult $30
Family $45 (spouse and dependents <23 years old)
Student (22 years old and younger) $25
Senior (65 years and older) $25
Senior Family $35
Daily Fee (for non-members) $5
Children 17 and younger require supervision!
Hours of OperationMonday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Physical Therapy Hours (the door is unlocked):
Keyless Entry Hours (Enter after hours with Card Entry)
Broadcast Vision: a wireless fitness cinema system that will allow you to choose from 64 television stations to watch while exercising. It is as easy as putting on headphones, plugging into the individual transmitters on the equipment, and tuning into a station on one of the 3 different TVs.
2 Upper Body Bikes
2 Upright Bikes
1 Recumbent Bike
1 Elliptical Machine
1 Stair climber
Leg Extension/Leg Curl
Seated Chest Machine
Single Pulley Hi/Lo Machine
Outdoor activities can be a fun way to get the exercise you need to stay healthy. However, if you choose to exercise outdoors, please follow these simple precautions:
Avoid outdoor exercise if the temperature is greater than 85 degrees and/or above 80 percent humidity.
Avoid outdoor exercise if the temperature is below 35 degrees or if the wind chill is less than 35 degrees.
Exercise only if you are well rested and feeling good.
Avoid exercising on an empty stomach or shortly after a meal. (If you are diabetic, be sure to check your blood sugar before you exercise and make sure you carry glucose tablets with you)
Be aware of signs or symptoms of over-exertion. You should be comfortable during exercise. Your exertion level should be somewhere between 11-14 on the Perceived Exertion Scale. (11-14 Perceived Exertion Scale means that a patient is breathing heavier but is able to talk and their muscles feel like they are working.)
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