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gyms at UT

Psych!Psych! Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
Are all the gyms free? Which are used for working out?

Are the locker rooms nice? Do most people shower or not after working out?
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Replies to: gyms at UT

  • Why Two KayWhy Two Kay Registered User Posts: 941 Member
    The Gregory Gym is the main one, and it's quite awesome. Almost all of it is free for student use (except the rock climbing wall, and maybe some other stuff.) But all the weight rooms, equipment check out (rackets, balls, etc), basketball courts, racquetball courts, running tracks, indoor and outdoor pools, etc are all completely free.

    I took a tour at orientation but I didn't really see a "locker room". They have lockers where you can lock your stuff up, but I think most people would just go back to their dorm showers to shower. It's pretty might right next to the major dorms (Jester/Moore Hill/San Jac/those other non-honors ones).
  • Psych!Psych! Registered User Posts: 115 Junior Member
    wondering b/c it may be nice to work out and shower between classes...
  • ParadoxUnknownParadoxUnknown Registered User Posts: 219 Junior Member
    Kinda wondering this too, though I heard there were locker rooms and showers at Gregory Gym. Were the lockers full size or half? Also, is it usually busy with lines for the cardio machines? Maybe that other gym nearby is less crowded. :P

    For those dorms with fitness rooms...are those open 24/7?
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