APFP Holiday Hours:
APFP hours are 5:30-8:45am, 11:30-1:15pm, and 3:30-7:00pm.
We will be closed December 24th thru January 1st.
We will re-open January 2nd and 3rd 5:30-8:45am, 11:30-1:15pm, and 3:30-7:00pm.
No Saturday hours December 21, 28, and January 4, 2020.
Our extended hours will begin on Tuesday, January 21, 2020.
Merry Christmas and have a very Happy New Year!
If you would like to check out our facility and get more information about our services, which include a knowledgeable, friendly staff, fitness assessments, individualized training sessions (aerobic, resistance training and flexibility/balance/core) regular progress reports (to you and your physician), and incentive programs, please stop by the Adult Physical Fitness Center located in rm.135 for a tour.
We accept BSU Working Well Incentive vouchers.
For more information please contact Becky Collins at 285-1140 or visit us at www.bsu.edu/adultfitness
The Adult Physical Fitness Program (APFP) was started in the late 1960s by Dr. Bud Getchell and has operated continuously since its inception. The mission of the APFP mirrors the educational, research, and service missions of Ball State University.
The Adult Physical Fitness Program Longitudinal Study
The Adult Physical Fitness Training Center is located in room 135 of the Ball State University Student Recreation and Wellness Center. We have over 3,500 square feet of fitness space dedicated solely to our members. The APFP is designed for adults who can be classified as low or moderate risk for developing cardiovascular disease (according to national guidelines from health and medical organizations); however, the program does provide services for some individuals with chronic diseases. For specific information about eligibility, please contact the program office.
The APFP provides daily exercise supervision and exercise counseling by trained staff. Members undergo comprehensive health screening and physical fitness testing, from which an individualized exercise plan can be implemented to help members achieve their health and wellness goals.