Baker Field House Fitness & Sports Center

Strengthen Your Body & Mind

Contact

Monday - Friday | 4:30am - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday | 9am - 5pm
PACAF Family Days | 9am - 5pm
24 Hour Access Only on Federal Holidays

(907) 377-1925

Bldg. 334

Indoor Pool

Lap Swim
Tuesday - Thursday | 5:30am - 7:30am & 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Friday | 5:30pm - 8:30pm
Saturday | 10am - 2pm
First & last Saturday of the month | 10am - 1pm  
Open Swim
First & last Saturday of the month | 2pm - 5pm                           
LIFEGUARDS WANTED!

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Swimming Pool Age Requirements

Group Fitness Class Schedule

All of our group fitness classes are taught by contracted, professional instructors. 

Class Descriptions

Cardio Strength

The class blends cardiovascular exercises with strength training. Participants engage in activities like running, jumping, or dancing to elevate their heart rates, while also incorporating strength-building exercises using weights and resistance.

Spin

A spin class, also known as indoor cycling, is a group fitness session conducted on stationary bikes. Participants pedal through a series of high-intensity intervals and endurance segments, all to the rhythm of energizing music, guided by an instructor. 

HIIT

This class involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by brief periods of rest or lower-intensity activity. These high-intensity intervals could include activities like sprints, burpees, or jumping jacks. HIIT is known for its ability to torch calories and build strength.

Iceman Crossfit

The class is high-intensity that focuses on varied, full-body workouts. Participants perform a range of exercises, including weightlifting, gymnastics, and aerobic movements, in a structured and timed format. CrossFit aims to improve strength, endurance, and overall physical fitness, often in a supportive group setting.

HIIT/Mobility

In this class, participants engage in bursts of intense, full-body exercises followed by mobility drills to improve flexibility and range of motion. This dual approach offers a well-rounded workout, enhancing cardiovascular fitness, strength, and overall body flexibility for a balanced and effective fitness routine.

Barre

This class is a low-impact but challenging fitness session that incorporates elements of ballet, Pilates, and yoga. Participants use a ballet barre for balance while performing isometric movements, small pulses, and stretches. This workout is designed to strengthen and tone muscles, improve flexibility, and enhance posture.

Ballistics

The class is an intense, explosive form of exercise that blends strength training with cardiovascular movements. Participants engage in rapid, powerful movements such as kettlebell swings, medicine ball throws, and plyometric exercises, all aimed at increasing speed, agility, and power.

Zumba

A Zumba class is a lively and energetic dance fitness session that fuses Latin-inspired dance movements with aerobic exercise. Participants groove to upbeat music, following the instructor's choreography in a fun and engaging atmosphere.

Yoga

This class involves series of poses and stretches designed to improve balance, reduce stress, and enhance overall physical and mental health. It combines physical postures, controlled breathing, and meditation to promote flexibility, strength, and mental well-being.

Our Facility

W​ith a focus on fitness and wellness, the ​Baker Field House & Fitness Center serves the Eielson community with a variety of programs and fitness activities in a state-of-the-art facility.

  • parent/child workout area 
  • indoor rock climbing wall
  • gymnasium & basketball court
  • batting cage & pitching machine  
  • indoor pool 
  • indoor turf field 
  • indoor track 
  • men’s and women’s locker rooms 
  • saunas 
  • showers 
  • daily use lockers
  • FREE ​group fitness classes
  • outdoor track 
  • outdoor workout station
  • crossfit area 
  • free weights 
  • weight machines 
  • cardiovascular exercise machines 
  • combat training equipment 
  • walleyball courts 
  • racquetball courts 
  • spin room

24/7 Fitness Center Access

The Fitness Center is open 24/7 and unmanned outside of normal operating hours. All current authorized patrons and those over 18 may have access during unmanned hours. Please stop by the front desk to register your CAC. 

2024 Intramural Schedule

Intramural POCs
SSgt Tyler Allen ● 377-2806 ● This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
SrA Korron Wheeler ● 377-1925 ● This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

SOCCER
LOI due March 8

Coaches Meeting
March 14 ● 3pm

Season Runs 
March 18-May 9

SOFTBALL
LOI due May 10

Coaches Meeting
May 16 ● 3pm

Season Runs
May 20-Aug 1

FLAG FOOTBALL
LOI due Aug 2

Coaches Meeting
Aug 8 ● 3pm

Season Runs
Aug 12-Oct 10

VOLLEYBALL
LOI due Oct 11

Coaches Meeting
Oct 17 ● 3pm

Season Runs
Oct 21-Dec 12

small Equipment Check Out

To check out equipment, please visit the front desk.

  • rock climbing gear
  • v​olleyballs
  • basketballs
  • soccer balls
  • wallyball balls
  • bacquetballs & rackets
  • tennis balls & rackets
  • baseballs, helmets, bats, & gloves
  • boxing gloves
  • dodgeballs
  • disc golf discs
  • weight belts

Fitness Attire Guide

Appropriate clothing must be worn to maintain a proper image in a military and family fitness facility. Please comply with the guidelines for a safe and comfortable workout environment.

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Dance Classes: Adults & Kids

ADULTS • 6:30-7:30pm • $18/class
MON Lyrical • WED Hip Hop

KIDS • Combo Hip Hop & Ballet • $20/class
TUES 6-7pm (ages 5-8)
THURS 6-7pm (ages 2-5)
THURS 7-8pm (ages 9+)

STOP BY TO RSVP & PAY AT FRONT DESK

Massage Therapy

Our skilled therapists offer tailored sessions to melt away stress, relieve tension, and enhance your well-being. Treat yourself to relaxation and revitalization – book your appointment today to soothe both body and mind.

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Personal Trainer

Book a personal trainer to achieve your health goals with expert guidance. Want to inspire others? Join our team as a certified trainer and help individuals transform their lives through fitness. Discover the path to wellness, whether as a client or a trainer, today.

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The Great Alaska Fitness Challenge

Ask a Fitness Center staff member about the challenge! Participants can log their fitness milestones at the front counter.  

  • Climb Denali​: 20,320 feet
  • Run the Alcan​: 875 miles
  • Lift an F-35: 29,300 lbs
  • Cycle Alaska: 1,858 miles
  • Walk the Pipeline: 800 miles
  • Swim the Yukon: 512 miles

Rock Wall

Our front desk team will guide you with the right equipment and expert knowledge, ensuring a safe and enjoyable climbing experience. 

For your safety, climbers should weigh between 40lbs - 220lbs and don't forget to wear snug attire for a comfy and safe climb! Please note, during unmanned hours, the rock wall is not available. 

Appropriate clothing must be worn to maintain a proper image in a military and family fitness facility. Attire should be conservative and modest in nature. 

Obscene/offensive language or graphics are prohibited. Athletic attire and athletic-type shoes will be worn in all activity and equipment areas. 

During the winter, the Two Shoe Policy is implemented. You must bring athletic shoes inside and change into them to prevent tracking in snow and ice into the facility. 

Military utility uniforms are authorized to be worn during workouts and members may remove their utility uniform coat (shirt); however, t-shirts must be worn. Only court shoes with non-marking soles will be worn on hardwood floors; boots are not authorized on treadmills or hardwood floors. 

Casual slacks/shorts and jeans are considered non-exercise attire and are not to be worn. Due to safety concerns (including an increased risk of dehydration and heat illness), garments made of plastic, rubber, nylon, etc., that are specifically designed to increase the amount of perspiration, are not authorized in any fitness facility, to include outdoor running tracks and fields.

Patrons not wearing proper attire will receive a courtesy reminder about dress code policy and may be asked to change into appropriate exercise clothing. Multiple dress code violations may result in temporary loss of facility privileges. 

Youth Ages 16 & Up
During Staffed Hours. Permitted in all areas of the Fitness Center without a qualified adult.

Youth Ages 13–15
During Staffed Hours. Permitted in cardiovascular, weight equipment, group exercise rooms, locker rooms, saunas only under qualified adult interactive supervision (requires qualified adult and child to participate in/perform an activity together at all times). Permitted in other activity areas (i.e., basketball court, racquetball court, running track) only when a qualified adult is present in the facility at all times.

Youth Ages 6–12
Not permitted in the cardiovascular, sauna, weight equipment rooms, or group exercise rooms during scheduled adult exercise classes. Permitted in other activity areas (i.e., basketball court, racquetball courts, running track, locker room, Parent/Youth Area (PYA) only under qualified adult interactive supervision. **Interactive supervision requires qualified adult and child to participate in/perform an activity together at all times**

Ages 5 & Under
Not permitted in FSCs except as follows: Permitted in FSC Parent (legal guardian)/Child Areas (PCAs) for supervised play. Allowed to be a participant (participating in age-appropriate programming) or spectator in a sports activity or special event under qualified adult interactive supervision. (Interactive supervision requires qualified adult and child to participate in/perform an activity together at all times.)

A “qualified adult” is a parent, legal guardian, qualified family member program (EFMP) staff member, or qualified child & youth program personnel, Fitness and Sports Center personnel conducting a program, or coach.

Age Policy During Unstaffed Hours
Unsupervised youth under the age of 18 (excluding all Active Duty) are prohibited from using unstaffed facilities. The participation of supervised youth is limited based on the appropriateness of available equipment to their size, weight, and experience level. 

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