Wiesbaden Sports, Fitness and Outdoor Recreation Center

Hours of Operation

The Fitness Center's gym floor, running track, racquetball court and all upstairs classrooms will be closed on Saturday, Sept. 30, in support of the Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families. We appreciate your understanding.

Monday 5 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Federal and Training Holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact

Clay Kaserne
Bldg. 1631
Google Map

WiFi Available

Handicap Accessible

Tel:
+49 (0)611-143-548-9830 or +49 (0)611-143-548-9801

Military DSN Tel:
(314)548-9830/9801

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Fitness Center Annex

Monday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 9 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Federal and Training Holidays 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Contact

Clay Kaserne
Bldg. 1043
Google Map

Tel:
+49 (0)611-143-548-9832

Military DSN Tel:
(314)548-9832

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Amenities
  • Two fitness rooms
  • Cycle room
  • Family room
  • Cardio area with over fifty elliptical machines and treadmills
  • Over twenty pieces of Nautilus equipment
  • Free weight area with Hammer Strength and Life Fitness equipment
  • A racquetball court
  • Main gym floor, perfect spot for basketball and volleyball games
  • Men's and women's saunas
Fitness Center Age Policy

Know the rules for children to use the fitness center and annex:

Group Fitness Classes

There are a variety of energizing group fitness classes to get you moving. Check out the monthly calendars to get the class times and locations. Purchase a single fitness ticket for $4 or a booklet of 10 tickets at a reduced rate of $30: Here's the schedule of classes and here's an inside look at the action.

Spin/Cycle

Turn off the lights and take a ride in the dark while the music helps you explore the intense side of interval training. This is low impact; great for all levels. Let the instructor take you through a journey to better overall cardiovascular health. 

Total Body Express

Strengthen the muscles of your core with an added aerobic aspect to burn fat and show off those sleek, toned abs. Core training is an effective way to reduce the risk of lower back and neck pain, strained ligaments and poor posture. All levels welcome.

Zumba/Zumba Step/Zumba Toning/STRONG, By Zumba

Party yourself into shape with this exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired dance program. This is a great way to get your cardio while having fun at the same time. All levels are welcome.

Body Tone

Intense full body conditioning class, designed to sculpt and increase muscle tone using circuit training, interval training, plyometrics, supersets and weighted lifting. The routine changes constantly, so you never get bored. All levels welcome.

FFT

Functional Fitness Training is a class that incorporates a variety of movements at high intensity, taking everyday functional movements and strengthening the entire body to improve speed, flexibility, power and endurance. All levels welcome.

H.E.A.T.

High Explosive Anaerobic Training concentrating on core strength and a variety of plyometric moves to challenge every muscle fiber in your body. 8-10 key exercises performed at 30 reps each before moving on to the next. Push your mind and body farther each time and see results.

Muscle Failure

All fitness levels are welcome to this multifunctional, fat burning, muscle toning, high-energy class that uses high repetition and low weight to sculpt a “fit you”.

Power Yoga

Power yoga uses traditional yoga poses to create a well-rounded flow workout with a gentle approach. This multi-level class is perfect for any athlete, yoga practitioner, or anyone interested in becoming stronger and more flexible. Beginners welcome.

Pilates and Body Shred

Discover how to build up your body and core from the inside out. This class is designed for all fitness levels, and will help you to find your center.

Power Pump

Get ready to get fit with a full body workout that incorporates each body part into a full song using counts and weights. Great for beginners or the expert. All levels welcome.

Tang Soo Do

Tang Soo Do is a traditional Korean Martial Art that is 2000 years old. It combines traditional techniques, self-defense and self discipline. Students will see improved physical strength, stamina, focus/concentration and most importantly, increased self-confidence. Techniques include kicking, punching, blocking, forms (hyung/kata), weapons, one step sparring and self-defense techniques. Read more about the class

X3F: Functional Fitness Foundations

This four-class course is your introduction to functional fitness. With an emphasis on form, each class will focus on teaching you consistent mechanics for two foundational movements and be followed by a short but effective workout. If you have always wanted to try functional fitness this is the perfect place to start.

Mobility 101

Mobility is the cornerstone to daily functional movements regardless of whether you are an athlete, part-time fitness guru or just enjoy living a pain-free life without injuries. You can now address your mobility concerns one-on-one with a trainer at the newly established Fitness Center Annex on Clay Kaserne. Within this one-hour session-“tight” muscles or muscular tension, joint capsule and soft tissue restrictions, as well as injury prevention will be addressed in order to obtain proper positioning throughout lifts, workouts, and even performing any functional movements that you may do throughout your daily routine in life. Remember, proper positioning whether it is “picking up a suitcase” or “squatting to tie your shoes” means moving smarter, not harder; translating into less injuries and having more effective exercise sessions. Come join in and, “Mobilize your exercise!”

Personal Trainers

The Wiesbaden Fitness Center's personal trainers can help you to set and attain realistic fitness goals, get into shape, lose weight, add bulk and definition, improve your athletic performance and much more. One-on-one sessions give you the special attention you need to achieve your fitness goals. Each session is one hour long.

Prices

  • One session - $45
  • Five sessions - $200
  • 10 Sessions - $350

For more information, see the Personal Trainers Brochure

Massage Therapy

Relax and renew with a healing massage in the peace and comfort of the spa. A variety of massage therapy treatments are available to include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports, Hot Stone and Pregnancy Massages. Your treatment can be scheduled directly with one of the licensed therapists. Massages are available in 30-120 minute increments and package deals are available. For information on the types of massages, pricing and to schedule an appointment, please call the fitness center or check out the Massage Trifold.

Also, read about the program in this story featured on the Army Home Page.

USAREUR Commander's Cup Program

The Battalion and Separate Unit Commander's Cup Program, has now begun for the FY 2017 sports season. The purpose of the Commander's Cup Program is to recognize Battalions and Separate Units that accumulate the highest number of points from consistent involvement, participation, and team achievement in Garrison sporting and recreation activities. Sports and fitness events included in the Commander's Cup Program are the following: softball, combat cross country, flag football, basketball, soccer, volleyball, Army 10-miler qualifying race, combatives, running events and installation hosted events (i.e. boxing, golf, obstacle courses, pool, etc.). By Promoting physical fitness, troop morale and esprit de corps, this sports program will provide opportunities for participation in a variety of individual and team sports. It is designed to develop team cooperation and effectiveness through athletic competition, self-confidence and leadership qualities via a competitive and recreational channel.

Use below listing to view Commander's Cup Points for Wiesbaden

FY 17 Current Standing:

2015 - 2016 Final Results:Wiesbaden Commander's Cup Scorecard

2014 - 2015 Final Results: Wiesbaden Commander's Cup Scorecard


Unit Level Results:

Softball:

Wiesbaden Softball

 

Flag Football:

Basketball:

Volleyball:

Soccer:

 


 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Trips and Tours

Outdoor Recreation takes you on adventures all over Europe. We provide overnight trips to nearby must-see hotspots, such as Prague and Paris; weekend trips to resort destinations ranging from Spain to Croatia; and various adventure sports, such as skiing/snowboarding, skydiving and mountain biking. Out calendar of trips is continually being added to and updated, so be sure to view our upcoming outings here.

Prior to accepting registration and payment over the phone, customers must verify their ID cardholder status in person and finalize the creation of an account in our payment system.

Quench Bench Menu

Set your thirst free at the Quench Bench. Refuel after a hard workout with something delicious and refreshing. Check out all the options below:

Fruit Smoothies

Smoothie

Price

Strawberry - Large

$4

Strawberry & Banana - Large    

$4

Pineapple - Large

$4

Mango - Large

$4

Smoothie Extras

Extra

Price

Lowfat Milk

$0.50

Whole Milk

$0.50

Honey

$0.50

Almond Milk

$0.75

Devine Whey    

$1.50

Fruit Shot

$1

Protein Shakes

All Protein Shakes come in Large and are made with your choice of: Protein, Milk, Peanut Butter and a banana.

Devine Whey Shakes

Flavor

Price

Chocolate $4.75
Vanilla $4.75
Strawberry Poundcake $4.75
Blueberry Poundcake

$4.75

Peanut Butter Banana Poundcake

$4.75

Food and Snacks

Item

Price

Banana $1
Nutri Grain Bar $1
Power Bar $1.50

Beverages

Type

Price

Snapple $1.25
Gatorade $2.25
Bottled Water - Small     $1
Bottled Water - Large $1.50

Specialty Coffees and Hot Beverages

Type Price
Regular Coffee $1.25
Latte Machiato $1.50
Espresso

$1.50

Regular Cappuccino     $1.50
Hot Chocolate $1.50
Outdoor Recreation Equipment Price List
Rental Fees Day Friday-Monday (Weekend Rate)
Mountain Bike $18 $30
Road Bike $20 $40
Bike Helmet $4 $6
     
2-Person Tent $8 $14
3-Person Tent $12 $20
4-Person Tent $14 $25
4-Person Quechua $14 $25
Backpack $5 $8
Sleeping Bag $8 $14
Sleeping Bag Quechua $8 $14
Sleeping Mat $2 $3
Sleeping Pad Self Inflatable $5 $8
Cot $2 $3
Lantern $5 $8
2-Burner Stove $5 $8
XX-Large Ice Chest $8 $14
X-Large Ice Chest $7 $12
Large Ice Chest $6 $10
Medium Ice Chest $5 $8
Small Ice Chest $4 $7
3 Gallon $2 $3
5 Gallon $4 $7
Canoe With Life Jacket and Paddles $22 $40
Kayak With Life Jacket, Spray Skirt, Paddles $25 $45
Life Jacket $2.50 $4
Throw Rope $2.50 $4
Canoe Paddle $2.50 $4
Kayak Paddle $2.50 $4
Stand-up Paddle Board (Inflatable)/Life Vest Included With Weekend Rate $35 $55
     
Canopy, 10X10 EZ Up $20 $35
Canopy, 15X15 $35 $65
Canopy, 20X20 $70 $135
Canopy, 20X20 New $75 $145
     
Bouncy Castle $125 $180
10X10 (4 Person) Clown $100 $160
65' Obstacle Course $300 $550

*** Inflatables cannot be used in the rain or high winds

*** Only 1 power cable extension is permitted from power source to blower.

   
     
Super Cooker Small $40 $75
Super Cooker Medium $65 $130
Super Cooker Large $75 $150
Cleaning Fee Deposit $100 $100
     
Fest Set  $10  $18
Tables  $5  $8
Benches  $3  $5
     
Horseshoe Set  $3  $5
Volleyball Set  $15  $28
Stand  $4  $6
Ball  $3  $5
Net  $3  $5
Tug-O-War Rope  $4  $7
     
Seasonal Rental Skis/Snowboard Nov. 1 to April 15; Limited Quantities; First-Come-First-Served  $199  
Ski Package  $20  $38
Snowboard Package  $20  $38
Skis   $13  $24
Snowboard  $13  $24
Alpine Boots   $8  $15
Snowboard Boots   $8  $15
Ski Poles   $3  $5
Helmet   $5  $8
     
Jagd/Hunting    
Rifle  $20  $35
Shotgun  $10  $18
*** Member must have valid Jagdschein/German Hunting Licence and make an appointment with manager for rental     
     
Sumo Suits     
2-Small Sumo Suits   $50  $90
2-Large Sumo Suits   $50  $90
 *** Sumo Suit Set includes 2 suits, helmets and gloves. Does not come with floor pads. Sumo Suits must be cleaned with a 10 percent bleach solution.    
     
Tables/Chairs     
Cushioned, Non-Folding, Metal Frame Chair   $2  $3
Bistro Table   $5     $8
*** All name plates/stickers must be removed from chair before return. Chairs placed on earth/dirt must have clean legs/feet upon return. Chairs available in gray, blue and maroon (limited quantities).     
     
Dunk Tank     
Dunk Tank   $80  $145
*** Requires coordination for filling on-post -- "OR" -- self fill    
     
Ski/Snowboard Maintenance    
Hot Wax $15  
Edge Sharpening And Wax $25  
Basic Tune-Up $35  
Base Repair By Foot $15 Must be accompanied by a tune-up
Major Base Repair $45  
Ski Bindings Mounted  $5-$40  
Snowboard Bindings Mounted $5-$15  
Manual Ski Bindings Adjustment $10  
Computer Ski Binding Adjustment $25  
Express Maintenance $18  
     
Bike Maintenance    
Light Tune-Up $40+  
Classic Tune-Up $65+  
Deluxe Tune-Up $110+  
Install Tube And/Or Tire $10  
Wheel True $10+  
Headset Removal And Install $20  
Bar Tape Installation $20  
Grip Installation $5  
Reaming Or Threading $15+  
Disk Brake Bleed $35  
Derailler Hanger Alignment $10+  
Tune And Clean Drive Train $20+  
Install chain/Adjust Gears $20  
Box Bike For Shipment $35-$50  
Install/Remove Pedals $5  
Bicycle Build From Box $55+  
Pro Bike Build $120+  
     
Storage Unit Rentals Monthly rate  
Small  $35  
Medium   $50  
Large 3 Door   $80  
Large 2 Door   $70  
Large 1 Door   $80  
RV Storage  $35  
*** Late fee for payment is $5 a day. Rentals must be returned by 1 p.m. or an additional day of rental will be charged.
Information for Bikers

Choose the correct bike.pdf

Job Health and Happiness.pdf

AAA-So-Your-Child-Wants-a-Bike.pdf

Bike Safety Info.pdf

Warrior Adventure Quest

Wiesbaden's Warrior Adventure Quest program featured on Army home page:

https://www.army.mil/article/174231/warrior_adventure_quest_builds_teamwork_resiliency

Hunting, Fishing and Sport Shooting

Find out more about the many opportunities for U.S. Forces personnel to hunt, fish and enjoy sport shooting while stationed in Germany.

Paintball

The Paintball Field at Clay North is available by advance reservation to those contacting Outdoor Recreation.

Availability is anytime during daylight hours, space permitting.

Field Fee, 1-20 per Person = $25
Field Fee, 21 and up, per Person = $20

An Accessories Package is included in price per person

Paintballs = $20 per case of 500 pieces

To book a reservation, groups must pay $250 for a field fee. This also covers the first 10 equipment packages.

Policies and Regulation governing the Sport of Paintball in Germany:

In accordance with Army Europe Regulation 190-16 (Installation Access Control) only 4 guests are allowed to be signed in per I.D. Card holder.

Local Nationals are not allowed to purchase non-consumables, rent equipment nor pay any service/participation fees.

All bonafide guests must be registered on the AE Form 190-16F with both the sponsors and guest information completely filled out. (All consumable like paintballs must be exhausted on the property prior to departure).

In accordance with Army Europe Regulation 215-144 (Paintball SOP) all paintball players and operations must be within 100% compliance with German Law regarding the sport of paintball.

Minimum age is 18 years for all ID card holders and non ID card holders. Proof of age may be required at registration.

ACU's, BDU's or any type of camouflage clothing is not permitted on the field during normal operating days. US Army Military Training is the only exception to this rule.

All paintball markers, to include personal markers, must have the German “F” stamp

Maximum velocity for paintballs is 7.5 Joules or 214 FPS

No alcohol may be consumed before or during paintball

Conference Rooms, Meeting Spaces and MWR Facility Use Request Forms

To view the policy and a list of spaces available visit: Conference Rooms and Meeting Spaces

To request the use of a Wiesbaden Fitness Center room or facility, please complete and submit the Facility Request Form: WI-Sports-FacReqFm.pdf

500-/1,000-Pound Club

Demonstrate your strength, endurance and overall fitness (and gain recognition) by joining the elite 500- or 1,000-Pound Club.

This ongoing program involves the following: Deadlift, Bench Press and Squat where each successful lift will accumulate to either 500 pounds or 1,000 pounds (decided by the individual lifter). These lifts are measured under extreme measures such as proper mechanics associated with each lift, verbal commands by official, a socre care to track each successful/unsuccessful lift and a structured checklist and step-by-step checklist.

Individual participates will have three attempts of each of these lifts in order to get the best weight lifted. Once achieved and verified by an official, participants will receive a 1,000- or 500-Pound Club T-shirt and their names engraved on an official tracker maintained in the Wiesbaden Sports, Fitness and Outdoor Recreation Center.

Participation if free; however, appointments must be scheduled at the fitness center before attempting any lifts.

More information is available here.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are the acceptable forms of identification for access to the physical fitness centers? Answer: A valid U.S. ID. card. 

2. Who is eligible to use the fitness centers? Answer: Active duty U.S. Forces personnel and their family members, U.S. Forces Retirees, U.S. Forces Civilian employees (to include contractors sponsored by the U.S. Forces, Host Nation Civilian employees as authorized by the Garrison Commander. 

3. What is the youth age policy for the physical fitness centers? Answer: Absolutely no one under the age of 16 is authorized entrance into any U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Fitness Center during the hours of 5:30-9 a.m. (PT hours). NO EXCEPTIONS.

            a.  At other times youth ages 16 and under must be signed in at the issue desk by the adult sponsor, 18 or older, who is actively participating with the youth in the same area. Parents or adult sponsors may not use the exercise rooms or basketball/racquetball courts while their children are in another area of the facility.

            b.  Patrons must be 16 years of age or older to use the free weights without adult supervision. Youths 12-16 must be accompanied by an adult sponsor who is actively participating with their sponsored child. Youths 11 and under may not enter the weight room areas at any time.

            c.  Patrons must be 16 years of age to use cardiovascular equipment without direct adult supervision. Youths 11-16 must be accompanied by an adult sponsor who is actively participating with their sponsored child at all times.

            d. Patrons 16 years or older may participate in group exercise/Aerobics without adult supervision during scheduled class time only. 

            e. Patrons ages 11–16 may participate in scheduled classes with an adult sponsor who is actively participating with the youth.

            f.  Patrons 16 years of age or older may use the Basketball and/or Racquetball courts without adult supervision. Youths 11-16 must be accompanied by an adult sponsor who is actively participating with their sponsored child.

            g. Infants are allowed in the Cardiovascular and circuit training areas if they are in non-mobile carriers or strollers. All other areas (Saunas, Strength rooms) are strictly off limits to infants.

            h.  The Senior Staff Member may make exceptions to this policy under the following conditions:

                (1)  Active duty personnel will always have priority.

                (2)  When on site staff member believes that an exception to the policy is in the best interest of a safe facility.

                (3)  When the onsite staff member sees unsafe or unhealthy situation or when any patron appears to be at risk. 

4. Are strollers or baby carriages allowed in the fitness area? Answer: Infants are allowed in the Cardiovascular and circuit training areas if they are in non-mobile carriers or strollers. All other areas (Saunas, Strength rooms) are strictly off limits to infants. 

5. Do the physical fitness centers have a dress code? Answer: Athletic shoes and shirts are required. Tank tops and sleeveless shirts must cover chest area and be designed as outer wear. Military members may wear boots and utilities during lunch time hours only. “Barefoot” or “Gorilla Feet” shoes are permitted. Exposed midriffs are prohibited. Clothing designed to be worn as undergarments is prohibited with the exception of the Active Duty utility undershirt. Flip-flops are prohibited. 

6. Are there personal trainers available by request? Answer: Yes, please inquire at the front desk for specific information.

7. Can I request specific music to be played? Answer: No. We as a norm play AFN Radio in our facilities.

8. What is the age requirement for the Parent Tot areas? Answer: See age policy above. 

9. Can visitors use the fitness centers? Yes, up to four visitors may be accompanied by authorized users. 

10. How much are the fitness center classes? Answer: $4 per class, $30 for 10 tickets. Specialty programs will have separate prices at available at the front desk.