The Panther Fitness Center
The Panther Fitness Center provides students, staff and faculty members with a safe and fun environment to establish and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Consisting of two rooms in the Main Building, the Center is inclusive to all styles of exercise. Room M179 is a cardio/multifunctional space, where members can perform everything from running to boxing. Room M180 is the weight-training center, consisting primarily of free weights and pulleys. The fitness center is open to all students, staff and faculty of PVCC.
Virtual Workout Videos
|At Home Abs||10-Minute Abs by Fitness Blender|
|Bodyweight Workout||Bodyweight Workout by Fitness Blender|
|Upper-body Workout||Upper-body Workout by Fitness Blender|
|Yoga for Stress and Sleep||Total Body Yoga by Fitness Blender|
|Refreshing Yoga||Refreshing Yoga by Fitness Blender|
Important Fitness Center Information:
- All participants must complete and sign a waiver form available in the Fitness Room. Give your completed waiver form to the Fitness Center Supervisor, located in room M173A in the Main Building.
- We are unable to store your backpacks and extra clothing in the Fitness Room while you work out, so leave bulky belongings in your car or locker. Lockers are located in the rest rooms nearest to the Fitness Room.
Exercise equipment includes:
- Smith Machines
- Free weights - dumbbells (five to 100 lbs.)
- Elliptical cross trainers
- Recumbent cycles
- Spinning bikes
- Step mills
Recreational and Outdoor Sports
Sports such as basketball, tennis, kickball, and volleyball are organized through the Coordinator of Student Activities and Campus Engagement. If interested in starting a recreational team please reach out to the Coordinator of Student Activities and Campus Engagement. PVCC has a basketball court, four tennis courts including a practice wall, a multipurpose athletic field and a cross-country trail for hiking and jogging around the scenic campus. PVCC is also happy to announce that we now have a disc golf course. The course is located on two sides of the Main Campus. The first 5 holes are located near the Dickinson Building and travels through the nature trail. The last 4 holes are located behind the Main Building (starts near the East Patio and ends near the North side entrance). I have placed two maps below for your reference.
Information about team sports activities is posted on the Student Activity bulletin boards in the Bolick Student Center and outside the Fitness Room, room M173, in the Main Building.