- For additional clarification on Youth Eligibility for specific Fitness Centers, view the SFA Youth Eligibility available here.
- Cardiovascular equipment
- Weight room
- Basketball court
- Climbing ropes
- Indoor Rock Wall Climbing
- Aerobic room
- Functional fitness area
- Saunas (18 or older)
- Lockers (dressing rooms for male and female)
- Ping pong table
Zoeckler additionally has a classroom that’s dividable into two separate spaces. The gym floor is available for use by reservation for unit ceremonies and special programs.
- INTRAMURAL SPORTS
Intramural Sports offers a variety of sports throughout the year including men's and women's basketball, softball, flag football, soccer, rugby, volleyball and much more. Intramural sports are open to all Department of Defense active and retired military, civilian and Family Members ages 18 and over at no cost.
- ALL ARMY SPORTS
All Army Sports provides athletically skilled Soldier athletes the opportunity to excel at the highest levels while competing for our Army and our country. Soldier/athletes train and compete in individual and team sports. The best may find themselves competing against Air Force, Marine and Navy athletes on a national level in Armed Forces championships. The best military athletes may even advance to compete on an international field of play against athletes from around the world. All Army Sports also contributes to the Soldier/athlete's readiness and overall well-being. When finished with competition, Soldiers return to their unit in better physical condition, along with a new appreciation of team building and enhanced leadership skills. Their unique perspective as a Soldier/athlete and first hand-experience gained in competing on the international stage makes them better athletes, but more importantly, better Soldiers. The espirit de corps and camaraderie developed on the field of play stays with Soldier/athletes long after they return to their unit, strengthening the bond between them and their fellow Soldiers. To apply or learn more about All Army Sports, visit their website or call DSN 753-8807.
For eligibility and usage, we strictly enforce Command Policy #21 and AR 215-1 Patron Use of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Fitness Centers and Indoor Pools
Eligibility and priority of use (as stated in Command Policy #21) is as follows:
- Active Duty and their Family members
- Reserve Component and their Family members
- Retirees and their Family members
- U.S. DOD Civilians (APF/NAF) and their Family members
- U.S. DOD Contractors and their Family members
- ROK Armed Forces*
- Local National Civilians: KGS, KWB and KSC*
There is a 100% ID Card check at all fitness centers and users must be registered in RecTrac. Click here to learn about registering your household in RecTrac.
*Not permitted to bring Guests. See Guest Policy below for more information.
For guest eligibility and usage, we strictly enforce Command Policy #21, Patron Use of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Fitness Centers and Indoor Pools
- U.S. Active Duty (AD), Reserve Component (RC), Retirees and their Family Members: Authorized up to 4 guests
- KATUSA Soldiers and other ROKA assigned to U.S. Military units: No guests authorized
- U.S. Civilian Employees and their Family Members: Authorized up to 4 guests
- SOFA Status DOD Contract Personnel or Technical Representatives and their immediate Family Members: Authorized up to 4 guests
- Korean Military Forces and Korean National Direct-Hire Civilian Employees: No guests authorized
- Patrons eligible to escort guests; must be at least 18 years old (17 if Active Duty)
- INDOOR ROCK WALL CLIMBING INFORMATION & RULES
ROCK CLIMBING INFORMATION
NOTE: Rock Climbing Wall is open during staffed hours only (Wall is closed and off limits during 24/7 unstaffed access
STEP 1: Interested Patrons must Sign a Registration Form/Liability Waiver and review all climbing wall rules.
STEP 2: Interested patrons must pass an assessment in order to use Rock Climbing Wall on a self-directed basis. During assessment climbers will be assessed on the following:
- 1. Climbing Skills- Demonstrate confidence / awareness of feet and rope.
- 2. Proper Lead Climbing Clipping Technique
- 3. Belay Skill for Lead Climber and Top Rope Climber
- 4. Safety Checking and Climbing Communication Skill
STEP 3: If Climber passes required assessment criteria, they will receive 1 of 2 card types:
- 1. AUTO BELAY ONLY: Climber may only use auto belay system (with at least one lead climber)
- 2. ALL (LEAD CLIMBING): Climber may use all areas of climbing wall (with at least one lead climber)
*Climbers that do not demonstrate safe usage of climbing wall will not be able to utilize wall and will have to be reassessed at a later time.
To schedule an assessment contact POC Mr. Kim, Hakhun at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Zoeckler Fitness Center front desk at 755-1678.
For Beginner and Novice Climbers, Rock Climbing classes are coming in December!
ROCK CLIMBING WALL RULES:
a. Climbing wall is not available during unstaffed hours.
b. Climbers must be age 18 or older (17 if active duty).
c. Climbers must receive an orientation prior to initial use of climbing wall.
d. Climbers must have at least 1 partner at all times: Auto Belay Climbers AND Lead Climbers must be accompanied by at least one other Lead Climbing Membership card holder.
e. Staff has the right to enforce any additional rules or close routes if they feel the situation is unsafe.
f. Proper attire must be worn at all times. Climbing bare foot is not authorized. Closed toe and closed heel shoes are required.
g. If harness does not fit properly, staff may insist on an alternative harness or may not allow climbing. You may still boulder.
h. Absolutely no horseplay will be allowed.
i. Climbers and belayers that appear to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs will not be allowed to participate in the use of the rock-climbing wall.
j. Any violations of the rules will result in suspension of climbing privileges.
Zoeckler Fitness Center offers cardiovascular equipment, a comprehensive weight room, basketball court, aerobic and spin room and a functional fitness area.
Youth Use Policy
IAW AR 215-1 (8-2d): Youth ages 13-15 years old may use gym equipment if they are supervised by a parent or guardian participating in the same activity, at the same time. Youth 12 years and younger must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and cannot use: treadmills, elliptical machines, stationary bikes or any other mechanical equipment, free weight and machines, saunas or jacuzzi area.
An exception for use: Youth may use gym equipment if participating in special programs such as child, youth and school service programs, school activities and other sanctioned youth organizations.
Personal Training Policy
IAW DoDI 5000.64, AR 215 and Code of Federal Regulations Title 5 §2635.704, it is unethical and illegal to utilize government property for anything outside of its intended purpose and authorized use, especially with regards to personal gain.
**Family and MWR has several contracted, certified Personal Trainers who are vetted and authorized to offer services in Family and MWR Fitness Centers. Individuals not under contract with Family and MWR are not authorized to advertise or conduct Personal Training services in Family and MWR facilities, including but not limited to Collier, Zoeckler, Sitman or Turner.**
For additional clarification on the Personal Training Policy, CLICK HERE
Interested in applying to become an authorized Personal Trainer with the USAG Humphreys Family & MWR? Email email@example.com to get your application form today!