Come train in our bright and spacious weight room. The floor to ceiling windows offer stunning views while you train on state-of-the-art cardio and strength equipment. Our equipment also features touchscreen technology and virtual training programs. Some machines contain an entertainment system, including TV, games, the internet, and more!

Registered weight room sessions (starting August 31, 2020)

Starting August 28, 2020, register for a 60-minute session using our online booking system. Registration will open on Fridays at 8am for sessions in the following week (Monday to Sunday). Drop-in service is not available. 

Until September 7, 2020, the price per session will be $5, or $4 if you have a current monthly membership (fitness memberships were put on hold when the City first reduced recreation services in March 2020 due to COVID-19). Starting September 8, 2020, the price per session will be $5.60 for non-members. If you’re a member, you’ll be able to use your fitness pass. 

Before/during your session:

  • come prepared – bring a full water bottle and wear your workout clothes, as there will be no access to change rooms, lockers, or cubbyholes (you’ll keep any personal items with you throughout your workout);
  • please arrive 5 to 10 minutes before your session – no late entry will be permitted;
  • enter through the doors on the west side of the Recreation Complex near the weight room (across from the Trasolini small practice field);
  • we’ll provide you with a spray bottle and paper towel to clean machines and equipment before and after each use; and
  • spotting, working out in groups, and sharing equipment will not be permitted. 

Please note:

  • there will be a maximum of 15 patrons in the room per one-hour session;
  • there will be a 30-minute gap between each session to support physical distancing requirements;
  • some machines will be unavailable to allow for physical distancing; and
  • the weight room will be closed for one hour each day to allow for a mid-day deep clean.

Weight room hours:

Monday - Friday

6:00am - 9:00pm

Saturday

8:00am - 8:00pm

Sunday

8:00am - 6:30pm

We will adhere to all provincial health and safety guidelines such as those outlined in the Recreation and Parks Sector Guideline for Restarting Operations published by the BC Recreation and Parks Association

Starting August 28, 2020, register for a 60-minute session using our online booking system. Registration will open on Fridays at 8am for sessions in the following week (Monday to Sunday). Drop-in service is not available. 

Until September 7, 2020, the price per session will be $5, or $4 if you have a current monthly membership (fitness memberships were put on hold when the City first reduced recreation services in March 2020 due to COVID-19). Starting September 8, 2020, the price per session will be $5.60 for non-members. If you’re a member, you’ll be able to use your fitness pass. 

Before/during your session:

  • come prepared – bring a full water bottle and wear your workout clothes, as there will be no access to change rooms, lockers, or cubbyholes (you’ll keep any personal items with you throughout your workout);
  • please arrive 5 to 10 minutes before your session – no late entry will be permitted;
  • enter through the doors on the west side of the Recreation Complex near the weight room (across from the Trasolini small practice field);
  • we’ll provide you with a spray bottle and paper towel to clean machines and equipment before and after each use; and
  • spotting, working out in groups, and sharing equipment will not be permitted. 

Please note:

  • there will be a maximum of 15 patrons in the room per one-hour session;
  • there will be a 30-minute gap between each session to support physical distancing requirements;
  • some machines will be unavailable to allow for physical distancing; and
  • the weight room will be closed for one hour each day to allow for a mid-day deep clean.

Weight room hours:

Monday - Friday

6:00am - 9:00pm

Saturday

8:00am - 8:00pm

Sunday

8:00am - 6:30pm

We will adhere to all provincial health and safety guidelines such as those outlined in the Recreation and Parks Sector Guideline for Restarting Operations published by the BC Recreation and Parks Association