Functional Movement & Fitness Center (FMFC)

Functional Movement and Fitness Center (FMFC), located in the Student Recreation Center (110 Fitness Services) across from the front desk, offers comprehensive physical assessments to determine your current level of fitness. This information is useful if you are new to exercise or looking for ways to maximize your workouts.


- Fall Break: The FMFC will be closed from 1:30pm Wendesday, October 14 - 11:30am Monday, October 19.



Monday, Wednesday & Friday 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Tuesday  7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Thursday 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Monday-Thursday 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM


Please note: The FMFC is closed during breaks and university holidays. 

FMFC hours can also be found on the Campus Recreation Calendar.



  • Blood pressure screening
  • Resting Heart Rate
  • Height / weight
  • Body Mass Index
    This is a simple calculation that takes an individual's weight in kilograms and divides it by their height in meters squared. This is not a measure of fat mass, but is rather a tool used to assess how much a person's weight departs from the "normal" range. This assessment does not account for muscle mass, however, and should be used as a general guideline.
  • Body composition
    The purpose of this assessment is to determine the ratio of fat tissue and lean body mass when compared with body weight. This measurement is taken via a 3-site skinfold (that is gender specific) in order to measure the fat stores in the body that are subcutaneous (below the skin).
  • Heart Rate Training Zone
  • Stretching / foam rolling techniques
  • Proper exercise selection & technique
  • Fitness orientation
    Orientations include an overview of facilities available, review of fitness policies and instruction on proper use of the equipment.

*Please note: Drop-in services are available when an appointment is not in session.


The purpose of a movement screen is to analyze movement patterns and identify muscle weaknesses. The FMFC staff will provide participants with a guide to corrective exercises, helping to improve everyday funcionality and performance. Students and recreation members are encouraged to get a FREE assessment at least once per semester.

Functional Movement Screening includes:

  • Static posture
  • Overhead squat
  • Single leg squat
  • Upper body pushing exercise
  • Upper body pulling exercise


For more information on our Personal Training Services, click here.
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