Fitness Center

The 2,500-square-foot fitness center at the South Bellevue Community Center features state-of-the-art treadmills, bikes, elliptical trainers, weight training machines, free weights and other popular fitness equipment.

Individuals have the option of using the facility on a daily drop-in basis, purchasing a 20-visit, three-month or annual pass, or the monthly ePass (best value!). Extra benefits for ePass and annual pass holders include a sampler pass to try select fitness classes ($95.50 value) and a 25 percent discount to attend select classes. See the "Fitness Center Information and Passes" tab below.

How to get started

Download the “PAR-Q-Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire.” This is for your personal use only. It does not need to be signed or returned to SBCC, but please read the questions carefully, answer them honestly and consider the recommendations for your personal safety.  Copies are also available at the front desk.

PRIOR to using the Fitness Center, you must attend a one-hour orientation. The orientation will cover the proper use of strength training and cardio equipment, general principles of exercise, safety, policies and procedures for the Fitness Center, other available services and offers a chance to meet the staff. No sign-up is needed. Just meet in the Fitness Center five minutes before start time. Late arrivals will not be accommodated.

Adult Orientation - Required
     Monday - 7 p.m.
     Tuesday - 9:30 a.m.
     Wednesday - 6 p.m.
     Thursday - no orientations
     Friday - 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
     Saturday - 1 p.m.
     Sunday - 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Youth Orientation - Required; parent/guardian is also required to attend the 30-minute Youth Orientation.
     Thursday - 7 p.m.
     Saturday - 11 a.m.

Fitness Center Information & Passes

Learn more about the Fitness Center and what it offers you:

Purchasing a Fitness Pass?  Please fill out the appropriate forms below and bring them to South Bellevue Community Center:

Fitness Classes

Interested in taking a fitness class?  We offer a variety, many of which are free for your first visit. 

       

Personal Training

Whether it’s to lose weight, build muscle, improve performance, or just be healthy, personal training has something to offer you. Personal training is revolutionizing the way people look, move, and feel, and can improve the quality of life for people of all ages.

Age Restrictions

The Fitness Center is designed for adult use, as well as youth ages 10 and older.

  • 10–12 year-olds may only use the cardio equipment and must be accompanied by an adult 18+. Other requirements include a doctor’s note, age verification, a waiver signed by the youth and parent/guardian and attendance by both the youth and parent/guardian at a 30-minute orientation:
    • Thursdays 7 to 7:30 p.m.
    • Saturdays 11 to 11:30 a.m.
  • 13–17 year-olds are allowed to use all available equipment after attending an Orientation and completing the teen and parent waivers. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What days/times are Fitness Center Orientations offered?
    Adult Orientation (ages 13 and older) - Required
         Monday - 7 p.m.
         Tuesday - 9:30 a.m.
         Wednesday - 6 p.m.
         Thursday - no orientations
         Friday - 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
         Saturday - 1 p.m.
         Sunday - 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
    Youth Orientation (ages 10-12) - Required (parent/guardian is also required to attend the 30-minute Youth Orientation)
         Thursday - 7 p.m.
         Saturday - 11 a.m.
  • Are there any age limitations for Fitness Center use?
    The Fitness Center is designed for ages 10 and older.  
         Youth, ages 10-12, may use cardio equipment only when accompanied by an adult 18+, after providing a doctor’s note, a waiver signed by the youth and parent/guardian, verifying age, and both the youth and parent/guardian attending a 30-minute Youth Orientation.
         Teens 13-17 may use the Fitness Center after attending an Orientation and completing the teen and parent waivers.
  • What amenities are available?
    Lockers, a changing area and showers are available in the restrooms on the lower level.  Please provide your own lock, toiletries and towel. The South Bellevue Community Center is not responsible for lost or stolen items.
  • Do you offer other professional services such as personal trainers?
    Yes, we have several trainers available to meet with you for a free 30-minute initial consultation.  Contact your choice of trainer directly.  View Personal Training & Assessment brochure.  Full-time weekday staff also offer free blood pressure tests and body composition assessment.
  • What should I wear and bring?
    Dress in exercise apparel such as sweats. The room can feel cool until you are warmed up, so dress in layers. Please wear clean athletic-type shoes. Shirts that cover the torso are required. For women, please no sports bras as outerwear. Bring a water bottle, lock, headphones, towel and toiletries if you are showering at the Center.
  • What are the least busy days/times?
    These are the quietest days/times in the Fitness Center:
        Monday - Thursday:  7-8 a.m., 11 a.m.- 3 p.m., and 8-9 p.m.
        Friday - 10 a.m.- 4 p.m., and 7-8 p.m.
        Saturday - 11 a.m.- 3 p.m.
        Sunday - 12-3 p.m.
  • Is there staff on site to help me get started?
    Yes! Participants new to working out are always welcome. Following the orientation, you may ask for additional personal assistance at any time, provided we are not busy helping others. The Fitness Center is staffed the majority of operational hours to provide assistance with use of the equipment. If we are unable to assist you immediately, we will schedule you for a "Fitness 1-on-1" help session.  "Fitness 1-on-1" is our commitment to make sure you are familiar with all the basics of exercise.  For more specific, personal assistance, personal trainers are also available to work with you for an additional fee.
  • What other fitness/sport related activities are available?
    Fitness Pass holders may participate in the drop-in gym activities at no additional charge. These may include: badminton, basketball, volleyball, and pickleball. Some of the many fee-based fitness/wellness classes and workshops at the Center include: pilates, yoga, jazzercise, martial arts, boot camp, Zumba, indoor cycling and more. The Connections brochure, published three times per year, lists current course offerings and full descriptions.
         Drop-In Sports Schedule - Fall                     
         Fitness Class Descriptions - September through December
         Fitness Class Schedule - September through December
         Register 
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