These changes have also continued to contribute to a more welcoming and inclusive facility for all students.
During the month of December, the Cycle Studio was relocated from the Health and Fitness Centre to its own designated training space.
The free space created by this relocation of the cycle studio, has been used to enhance and improve the existing dedicated functional training space, providing state of the art equipment and effective performance and movement based training options for members.
The expanded functional training area now includes a sled track and push sled, lifting platform, additional weights, battling ropes, aqua bags, Olympic rings, skipping ropes and more.
Additionally the upstairs area was improved with the relocation of equipment and reconfiguration of the layout for an optimal training environment for all members.
These changes to the Health and Fitness Centre highlight Monash Sport’s ongoing commitment to provide excellent service and to increase accessibility to all students.
Across the past 3 years the Health and Fitness Centre has undergone the following transformation:
- Lift installation enhancing accessibility to both floors of the H&F Centre,
- Relocation of the cycle studio to its own designated training space
- Expansion of the functional training area with the introduction of additional equipment.
- Refurbishment and upgrade of both male and female change rooms
2012 & 2013
- Complete upgrade to all cardio and strength training equipment
- Introduction of a functional training area, including the provision of TRX suspension units
- Aesthetic improvements, including painting, and flooring works
- Reconfiguration of all cardio and strength training equipment across both levels of the Health & Fitness Centre to create a more accessible and user friendly layout for all of the University community.
Monash Sport is committed to continued improvements not only within our Fitness Centre but across all our facilities and services.
Monash Sport staff look forward to seeing you at the Centre in 2015.