- Equipment & Facilities
- 24/7 access available once you register your CAC card. You can register Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 12:30 pm.
- Hammer Strength Free Weight Equipment
- Life Fitness and Nautilus Selectorized Weight Machine Equipment
- Kettlebells, Stability Balls, TRX's, Resistant Bands
- Multi-pull-up and Multi-sit-up Stations
- Racquetball Courts
- Basketball Courts
- Aerobic Studio
- Cardiovascular Room
- Free Weight Room
- Selectorized Weight Room
- Olympic Size Indoor Pool
- Multi-Purpose Training Room
- M/F Locker Room and Restroom
- Fitness Classes
You must sign-up and pay for classes on WebTrac. Classes are $3 each, held at various times during the week and weekend. 10-Class Fitness Passes are available for $25. Please remember to bring proof of payment to class. When you first create your account, allow up to 24 hours for your account to be created. If you do not receive an e-mail after 24 hours, then please contact the WebTrac administrator.
- 24/7 Access
24/7 access available once you register your CAC card. You can register Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm.
- Personal Training
Looking for a one-on-one fitness experience? Tominac Fitness Center offers Personal Training to individuals. Opportunities are available for individuals to sign up for fitness assessments and exercise prescription, including:
- Fitness Evaluation - FREE
- Exercise Prescription
- Equipment Orientation
- Training Technique
- Nutrition Guidance
By appointment only. In 1-Hour Sessions.
1 day per week $40
2 days per week $70
3 days per week $90
1 day per week $140
2 days per week $245
3 days per week $300
Please schedule a "Fitness Evaluation" before purchasing a package prior to registering for your training session.
Create and manage your account on WebTrac
Meet the Trainers
Brenda Zuniga Aguilar, from Ecuador, is certified by The Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) and specializes in aerobics training. Her success in overcoming personal challenges inspired her to challenge and encourage others to set and reach their health and fitness goals. While helping others reach their goals, she’s studying at Armstrong University to become a physical therapist.
Christopher D. Hickman is an expert in strength training. He’s an International Fitness Association (IFA) Certified Personal Trainer and a Certified CrossFit Instructor. The 15-year Army veteran conducts training with a total body training method. He also incorporates basic methods of CrossFit into training. His goal: to help you reach their goals and maximum potential.
Ed Vista, certified as a Personal Trainer and Health Coach by the American Council on Exercise (ACE), is passionate about helping others change their lifestyle and achieve amazing results through exercise and education. Ed holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Kansas. He wants to help you get in the best shape of your life.
John Burk a AMFPT certified personal trainer is a motivator who tells his clients up front that he’s going to push them, that when they choose him as a trainer they’re making a commitment and failure isn’t an option. Burk knows about motivation. He spent 13 years in the Army infantry, service which includes two years as a drill sergeant and a year as a small group leader at the Fort Stewart NCO Academy. He’s CEO of In The Arena Fitness.
- WellBeats: Fitness Classes on Your Own Schedule
The In-Facility WELLBEATS Player offer a wide variety of fitness programming on-schedule or on-demand. This fully automated system is perfect for any dedicated commercial fitness space. WELLBEATS helps you break down barriers to create a convenient, approachable experience that engages a wider audience throughout the day.
It's FREE to our customers.
ARMY FITNESS & NUTRITION - LIVING UP TO A HIGHER STANDARD
Because a Soldier's level of physical fitness has a direct impact on his or her combat readiness, a Soldier in the U.S. Army must be mentally and physically fit. Not only are physically fit Soldiers essential to the Army, they are also more likely to have enjoyable, productive lives. The renewed nationwide interest in fitness is accompanied by several research studies on the effects of regular participation in sound physical fitness programs. The overwhelming conclusion is that proper exercise programs enhance a person's quality of life, improve productivity, and bring about positive physical and mental changes.
For further strengthening techniques please download the Army's PT Guide!
Tominac Fitness Center offers an extensive array of equipment and classes to give you the workout you're looking for to help achieve strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, cardiovascular endurance and body composition.
In accordance with Division SM guidance, all soldiers are required be in PT uniform between the hours of 0630 and 0800, NO civilian attire in the Fitness Centers.