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Tag: Fitness Center
  • Fitness Center’s check-in process provides assistance with COVID-19

    In September 2019, the 50th Force Support Squadron purchased a new check-in system for Airmen to track who is coming in and out of the fitness center on base.
  • Schriever fitness center implements new registration process

    Before using the Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, fitness center, guests must register their Common Access Card with a fitness center staff member. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Halle Thornton)
  • Inaugural dry triathlon tests Team Schriever

    Airmen participated in the inaugural dry triathlon at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Sept. 6. The event consisted of a 2,000 meter row, 300 body squats and a 5K run. Kristina Brandes, 2nd Space Operations Squadron, said the event seemed interesting and unlike anything else the fitness center has put on, so she wanted to challenge herself with something new.
  • 50th OSS hits it out of the park

    Twenty-one was the lucky number as the 50th Operations Support Squadron defeated the 1st Space Operations Squadron 21-1 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Aug. 21.
  • Bench press, deadlift competition strengthens bonds, muscles

    Nineteen Schriever Airmen put their strength and focus to the test at the annual Bench Press and Deadlift competition at the Schriever Air Force Base Fitness Center Jan. 26.
  • Lazyman triathlon to encourage exercise, vary workouts

    Twenty-eight Schriever Airmen have signed up for the annual Lazyman Triathlon beginning Feb. 1. This is the 16th consecutive year the Schriever Air Force Base Fitness Center has hosted this competition.
  • Bench press, powerlift competition to test strength, willpower

    The Schriever Air Force Base fitness center will host the annual bench press and dead lift competition 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Jan 26. Participants must register in the fitness center for the competition by Jan. 24. There will be prizes for bench press, deadlift and overall winners.
  • Fitness center showcases new equipment

    A TRX Tactical Training Locker, consisting of dip bar, grappler, jump platform, wall ball target and other fitness training attachments, is shown at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado, Jan. 9. The multi-modality training center by the outdoor running track can support up to 45 trainees at one time.
  • Combative class comes to Schriever

    Marco Lara, a former Army World Class Athlete Program wrestler, used his professional experience to teach students the ways of combatives and why they are important not only in the military, but in life.
  • Fitness center offers ‘Mt. Everest challenge’

    ​Each year, hundreds of climbing enthusiasts attempt to scale the world’s highest peak, Mt. Everest, that sits at 29,029 feet.Team Schriever members now have the opportunity to see if they possess the physical ability to scale that height—minus the cost and physical danger. And a little closer to homeThe fitness center is offering a “Mt. Everest
  • Shockey retains, Sayler wins first weightlifting title

    Schriever crowned a new male champion, while the reigning female champion retained her title, in one of the closest-ever finishes during the annual Bench Press/Dead Lift competition Friday. Ian Sayler, 1st Space Operations Squadron, won the male title, edging out Gregory Sambula, 21st Medical Squadron, by 0.188 points. Sayler won the title despite
  • Year in Review: Sports

    Commander’s CupDespite not winning any intramural championships, the 50th Space Communications Squadron took home the 2016 Commander’s Cup.Only 80 points separated first and third place in the Cup standings at the end of July, with 50 SCS 10 points behind the U.S. Air Force Warfare Center and just ahead of the 4th Space Operations Squadron. 4 SOPS
  • Archery range gets new targets

    Frequent visitors to the Schriever Air Force Base archery range will notice a few changes next time they step to their marks. New static and 3-D targets are now in place, including a highly requested 3-D elk target.“We received some quality of life funds and bought some new targets,” said Seth Cannello, Schriever Fitness Center director. “The
  • Wasson, Pasun win big at half marathon

    During his time as an active duty member of Schriever Air Force Base, Mike Wasson set the course record for the annual Half Marathon. While he didn’t break the record this year, Wasson, now retired, did take home top honors at the 11th annual Schriever Air Force Base Half Marathon here Friday with a time of 1:30:59. “I got a nice rhythm going at
  • 1 SOPS earns redemption, football title

    In 2014, the 1st and 3rd Space Operations Squadrons played one of the most thrilling intramural football championship games in Schriever Air Force Base history. 3 SOPS put the only blemish on 1 SOPS’s record that season with a 31-25 victory as a late 1 SOPS drive ended when quarterback Josh Print’s final pass fell incomplete. Print, who said that
  • Owen, Pasun win triathlon

    The overcast skies may have cooled things down, but that didn’t stop the 25 competitors from heating up the course during the 12th annual Schriever Air Force Base Triathlon here Friday.Zach Owen, 3rd Space Experimentation Squadron, finished with the top overall time for the event, 53:30, four minutes ahead of Matt Cork (57:36), 50th Operations
  • Slide the City returns to Schriever

    More than 370 participants slipped, slid and tubed down a 500-foot slip-and-slide as the 50th Force Support Squadron brought Slide the City back to Schriever for a second straight year Friday.This year, the slide was set up on a hill behind the fitness center, giving participants a closer experience to the slide brought to Colorado Springs Aug.
  • 50 SW brings home Tri-Wing trophy

    After all seven Tri-Wing Sports Day events were finished, the 50th Space Wing (Schriever Air Force Base) and 460th Space Wing (Buckley Air Force Base) were tied with 310 total points each. The tiebreaker went to the winner of the final event, tug-o-war, where the 50 SW went 2-0 to win the overall event title here Friday.The potential for severe
  • Commander’s Cup race heats up

    The dog days of summer are here and the temperature isn’t the only thing heating up at Schriever Air Force Base. The race for the Commander’s Cup is the closest it’s ever been at this point in the year.“There are 80 points separating first from third,” said Seth Cannello, Fitness Center director. “I’ve never seen three squadrons that close this
  • Tri-wing sports day offers friendly competition

    The third annual Tri-Wing Sports Day will be held at Schriever Aug. 5, and while all the spots for official competitors have been filled, the day-long event is still in need of volunteers.“This is a really big event,” said Seth Cannello, Schriever Fitness Center director. “It’s basically a whole year’s worth of events, intramurals and monthly

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