The first phase of the University of Manitoba’s new Active Living Centre opened today on the Fort Garry campus.
Doors opened at 6:30 a.m. to the 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, housing cardio, resistance and free weight equipment. The centre also boasts a 200-metre indoor track, with a climbing wall set to open soon.
The U of M says while construction is completed in other areas of the building, entry to the new space will directed through the third floor of the Frank Kennedy Centre until further notice.
- 1,000 pieces of free weights and accessories
- 200-metre elevated running track
- 160 pieces of cardio equipment
- 64 pieces of resistance equipment
- 49 pieces of strength equipment
- 12-metre climbing wall (opening soon)
The grand opening celebration of the Active Living Centre is planned for April 7.
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