219 South Main St.
The Middlebury College fitness center is one of the finest of its kind in New England. Overlooking the Green Mountains with its surrounding windows, the fitness center provides a great area for the Middlebury College community to stay in shape. During the academic year, the facility is open 100 hours/week, making it accessible for even those with the toughest of schedules. The center is complete with six satellite televisions, closed-captioned and audible through your personal radio. The free weight section is extensive, with over four tons of free weights. All of the school's iron grip dumb-bells and plates are urethane-coated and display the Middlebury Panther logo. The Lawson Lounge, above the Fitness Center, is used for team meetings, coaches meetings, campus meetings, as well as a study lounge.
In 1999 the facility was expanded to 9,200 square feet, containing a full 22-piece Nautilus circuit, a hammer circuit, and extensive free weight and dumbbell areas. The fitness center houses eight elliptical trainers, treadmills and stationary bikes, as well as four stair steppers and rowers. There is also a "Jungle Gym" cable station and a flexibility/core workout area, complete with medicine and stability balls.