Sports & Fitness Centers

Patch Fitness Center

Monday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
USAREUR Training Holidays 5 a.m. - 1 p.m.
U.S. Holidays 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Christmas & New Year's Day Closed

Contact

Patch Barracks
Bldg. 2337

Tel:
+49 (0)711 680 7136

Military DSN Tel:
(314)430-7136

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Panzer Fitness Center

Monday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
USAREUR Training Holidays 5 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Federal Holidays Closed

Contact

Panzer Kaserne
Bldg. 2990

Tel:
+49 (0)7031 15 2724

Military DSN Tel:
(314)431-2724

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Kelley Fitness Center

Monday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Sunday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
USAREUR Training Holidays 5 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Federal Holidays Closed

Contact

Kelley Barracks
Bldg. 3326

Tel:
+49 (0)711 7292 543

Military DSN Tel:
(314)421-2543

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RB Fitness Center

Monday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Tuesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Wednesday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Thursday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Friday 5 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Sunday Closed
USAREUR Training Holidays 5 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Federal Holidays Closed

Contact

Robinson Barracks
Bldg. 151

Tel:
+49 (0)711 819 6317

Military DSN Tel:
(314)420-6317

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Amenities

Stuttgart Sports & Fitness has a well-balanced program for the community with community and intramural level individual and team sports as well as a wide variety of fitness classes.

For those who would like a more personalized fitness plan, we have several certified personal trainers who can help start you on the road to a healthier and fitter lifestyle. And to help you recover from your fitness and sports activities, we have a group of certified massage therapists ready to fully rejuvenate you.

Our Sports & Fitness Centers include: 

  • Basketball courts
  • Weight rooms
  • Lockers
  • Saunas
  • Cardio rooms
  • Family Fitness room (Patch and Panzer)

Sports & Fitness Center use is free and open to all eligible Family and MWR authorized users, including retirees and Family members.

Fitness Classes

Monthly Fitness Schedule:

USAG Stuttgart Fitness Schedule - July 2017

Class schedule is subject to change.  Please call Sports & Fitness Centers to confirm the status of classes.

All Group Fitness Classes are $5 per class & $45 per coupon booklet of 10. Group Fitness Coupons can be purchased at the front desk of each fitness facility.

 

Course Descriptions:

Boot Camp

Is a High Intenstiy Interval Training (HITT) workout that incorporates cardio, plyometrics, and bodyweight exercises in a circuit training format.

Indoor Cycling

Cycling is an aerobic exercise that takes place on a specially designed stationary bicycle. Instructors guide participants through workout phases. Warm-up, steady up-tempo cadences, sprints, climbs, cool-downs, etc. During the class the pace is varied - sometimes pedaling as fast as you can, other times cranking up the tension and pedaling slowly from a standing position.

This exercise helps you to focus inwardly and work on your mind as well as your body.

Muscle Pump

is a high energy total body workout. Using weighted bars and free weights you will challenge all of your major muscle groups through squats, presses, lifts and curls. High repetition movements with low weight loads will help you achieve strength and introduce lean body muscle conditioning. This class is great for all fitness levels.

Step

is a form of aerobic power distinguished from other types of aerobic exercise by its use of an elevated platform (the step). The height can be tailored to individual needs by inserting risers under the step. Step aerobics classes are offered at many gyms and fitness centers which have a group exercise program.

Hip Hop

Hip Hop focuses on rhythm, syncopation and stage presence. Derived from a combination of jazz funk and street jazz, this style of dance requires high energy, attention to detail and an understanding of complex rhythms

Wake up & Spin

Kick start your morning with this high-energy, dynamic group spinning class. Spinning is not just for elite athletes, but can be tailored to all fitness levels and will help strengthen and tone both body and mind. Participants are guided through different workout phases, including warm-up, work zone riding and cool down, incorporating music to help keep your workout fresh and interesting.

Pilates

focuses on developing core strength, flexibility, balance and stamina. The instructor presents the exercises at multiple levels which allows students to choose to work at a beginning, intermediate, or advanced pace. Students learn to be aware of breathing patterns and spinal alignment while engaging the deep muscles of the core.

Beginner Yoga

Designed for beginners and pregnant women in the any trimester to help develop good habits focusing on basic poses, healthy alignment, and breath as well as strengthening muscles. Non-beginners will also benefit by taking it back to the basics and fine-tuning your practice.

Flow and Restore Yoga

A balance flow incorporating challenging, active postures followed by passive, restorative posture designed to open the body and release tension, ending with relaxation and brief meditation. Modifications taught and encouraged for all levels.

Stress Release Yoga

This all levels class is great for anxiety and Post Traumatic Stress with focus on meditation through movement and imagery to link awareness to breathe and alignment. You'll leave this class feeling grounded, empowered, rejuvenated, and restored for the rest of your week.

Yoga for Athletes

A unique combination of active and restorative postures, breath work, relaxation and adjustment that improves performance, endurance, and recovery from your athletic adventures. Modifications taught and encouraged for all levels.

Weekend Wake up with Yoga Nidra

A gentle but challenging yoga practice to balance your energy for the entire weekend followed by a short yoga nidra session. Yoga nidra is a guided meditation and conscious relaxation practice intended to induce total physical, mental, and emotional relaxation. Open to all levels.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha yoga is a popular yoga choice in today's fitness community. Groups and individuals use this ancient, classic yoga style to get fit and encourage a healthy mind-body connection. Knowing more about Hatha yoga will help fitness beginners see more about how this traditional yoga practice informs newer yoga styles and brings a lot of authentic principles to a yoga routine.

This main established principle for Hatha yoga leads to specific structured poses and other activities that help with body and mind "purification" through principles like asana (postures), pranayama (subtle energy control) and more.

One of the main ones stems from one of the pillars of the Hatha style: breathing. Controlling breath can help improve oxygenation of the body and alleviate stress in some forms. Other elements of Hatha yoga also help with relaxing the body and fighting the stresses of the modern world. As a historical preparation for intensive meditation, Hatha yoga has a lot to offer a modern Western audience.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga links movement & breath in an organized and synchronized way that benefits the mind, body, & spirit. Each pose connects to the next through an inhalation & an exhalation creating a dance-like flow of movement that has both physiological & psychological benefits. The practice is influenced & inspired by many yoga traditions, but claims no one single tradition or teacher. It is open to all levels of experience & interest. It is challenging, spontaneous, playful, & unique.

Vinyasa positively impacts all of the body systems. By increasing respiration & circulation the lymphatic system is activated, which draws accumulated toxins out of the body. The heat generated in Vinyasa helps to create elasticity in the muscles, joints, & connective tissue. Breathing is essential to the practice of Vinyasa. The breath purifies the body, oxygenates each cell, & calms the nervous system.

Yin Yoga

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with poses, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—five minutes or more per pose is typical. Its teaching in the Western world, beginning in the late 70s, was founded by martial arts expert and Taoist yoga teacher Paulie Zink.

Yin yoga poses apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality.

Ashtanga Vinyasa

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic system of yoga that leads its practitioners to achieve higher levels of flexibility, strength, and cardiovascular fitness. Ashtanga yoga synchronizes the breath with a progressive series of postures (asanas) & places attention on the journey between the postures (vinyasa) not just the postures themselves. The vinyasa element of the practice produces an intense internal heat and a purifying sweat that detoxifies the muscles and organs. Within the practice, the asana & vinyasa are deepened by the use of breath control (ujjayi pranayama) & a targeted gaze (drishti).

The deep, rhythmic breathing technique (ujjayi pranayama) increases lung capacity, oxygenates the blood, and stills the mind. The targeted gaze (drishti) aligns the spine correctly and eliminates distractions increasing the ability of the mind to concentrate.

Ashtanga is the system of yoga that developed the Vinyasa style from which “power yoga,” “vinyasa flow,” and “flow yoga” came about. It is commonly known as the most disciplined and physically challenging form of yoga.

iRest Nidra Yoga

iRest Yoga Nidra is is a research-based transformative practice of deep relaxation and meditative inquiry that: releases negative emotions and thought patterns and calms the nervous system. Endorsed by the US Army Surgeon General and Defense Centers of Excellence as a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM), iRest shows you how to live a contented life, free of conflict and fear, by opening your mind and body to its inherent ground of health and well-being.

Zumba

Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic workout system that will blow you away. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Add some Latin flavor and international zest into the mix and you've got ZUMBA!

Tennis

Attention:

Tennis courts are scheduled to close for winterizing on November 1.

Adult Tennis Clinics and Lessons

  • Taught by professional coach
  • Beginner to advanced skill levels
  • Increase fitness level
  • Socialize and meet new players
  • Open to ALL military ID card holders
  • Available for ages 18 & older

Private/Semi-private lessons:

Private lessons are a great way to spend individual time with a coach, working exactly on what you need to work on, and can often be the key to unlocking the potential in your game. This is the right class for you if you require a flexible schedule, or would like to supplement your group lessons.

Cost:
Private lesson is $30 per session.
Semi-private lesson $40 per session ($20 per person).

Clinics and group lessons:

Tennis Xpress - Beginner

Players will learn the fundamental strokes, grips, and footwork of tennis through drills. Skills taught include:

  • Forehand
  • Backhand
  • Volleys
  • Serve
  • Match play

Cost:
$12 per session, per person (minimum 3 participants)
Group lesson is $12 per session, per person (minimum 3 - maximum 6 participants)

Tennis Xpress - Intermediate/Advanced

This power hour is designed for players above a 3.5 level and combines live-ball drill sessions with situational point play. It's a perfect opportunity to hone your skills in between matches.

Cost:
$12 per session, per person (minimum 3 participants)
Group lesson is $12 per session, per person (minimum 3 - maximum 6 participants)

Tennis Drills & Play - Intermediate/Advanced

For competitive players above a 3.5 level and feature a tactical approach to building a player's game.

Both singles and doubles play patterns are developed through a progressive use of tactical dead ball, live ball and competitive decision making drills.

If you're comfortable with your shot making, this is the program for you!

Cost:
$12 per session, per person (minimum 3 participants)
Group lesson is $12 per session, per person (minimum 3 - maximum 6 participants)

Cardio Tennis - All Levels

Team play featuring drills to give players of all abilities an ultimate, high energy workout.

Cost:
$12 per session, per person (minimum 3 participants)
Group lesson is $12 per session, per person (minimum 3 - maximum 6 participants)

Contact and Register:

Lessons available by appointment only. To set up an appointment or register for a tennis clinic, please contact Ms. Elena Novello (PTR Certified Professional):  [email protected]

Please sign up for tennis clinics at least one day prior to the clinic, indicate the day and time of the clinic, and then wait to receive a confirmation/cancellation of the clinic. The minimum number of participants must be met in order to proceed with clinic, otherwise the clinic will be canceled.

Fitness Incentive Programs
Unit/Community Sports

Unit Level Sports

Sport Letters of Intent Due Season Starts Playoffs Start
Basketball October December March
Volleyball January March May
Bowling November January  
Soccer September TBD TBD
Softball March June August
Flag Football June  August October

The Commander’s Trophy is an annual traveling trophy for the overall winner of Unit Level Sports in the region. A point system based on wins, places, post season play, total participation and more determines the ultimate owner of the 2010 Commander’s Trophy.

 

Unit Level Basketball 2017

Current Schedule

Current Standings

Runs

Volunteers Needed

March 25, 2017 for Spring Fling 5K fun run/walk. Email [email protected] with your name and contact information.

 


 Upcoming Individual and Group Running Events:


 

Saturday, March 25, 2017, at 9 a.m.

15th Annual Spring Fling 5K  Family Fun Run/Walk

Start your Spring off on the right foot with the 15th Annual Spring Fling 5K fun run/walk. The "Spring Fling 5K" is the first fun run of the 2017 racing season, is stroller and pet friendly, and is untimed. The race begins at Patch Barracks on Husky Field at 9 a.m. and proceeds out of the back gate into Esslinger Spital Wald northwest of the base and finishing back at Husky Field.

Participants can register at Patch and Panzer Fitness Center beginning February 11 through March 25. Same day registration on March 25 will end at 8:45 a.m. Registration Fee is $10 per runner ages 6 and up. Bib pick up, day of race only, Saturday March 25, 7:30 - 8:45 a.m. at the Patch Fitness Center. 

*First 250 get a free t-shirt at time of registration. **No Refunds

Flikr Photos

https://www.flickr.com/photos/usagstuttgart/albums/72157679918020381

Saturday, April 15, 2017, at 9 a.m.

MWR/JROTC 5K  Family Fun Run/Walk Color Run

This is the 2nd 5K run partnership between MWR and the Stuttgart high school JROTC program to put on a family and pet friendly 5K fun run/walk event. This is race begins at Panzer Kaserne in the parking lot of the Stuttgart High School and proceeds out of the back gate of Panzer 2.5 Ks and back. This JROTC color run service project is in support of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US (VFW) and all proceeds will be donated to the VFW.

Registration is same day. Cost is $5 per runner that includes a t-shirt.

Open to all I.D. Cardholders.

 


Past Runs:


 

Run to Remember 5k and Half Marathon

Run to Remember was started in 2008 at the request of the Chaplain for 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne). The race is dedicated to those brave men and women who have given their lives for our country in the post 9/11 era.

Run to Remember 5K Results Female

Run to Remember 5K Results Male

Run to Remember 1/2 Marathon Results Female

Run to Remember 1/2 Marathon Results Male

Run to Remember 1/2 Marathon Results Teams

Run to Remember 5K Overall Finishers 

Run to Remember 1/2 Marathon Overall Finishers

Run to Remember Names of Fallen Soldiers

Flickr photos 2016 Run to Remember

 

Dirndl Dash/Lederhosen Lauf 5k Family Fun Run/Walk

August 27, Stuttgart community members geared up for Germany's fall fest season with our first ever Dirndl Dash/Lederhosen Lauf! They dressed in their dirndls and lederhosen for a great family friendly fun run event.

Dirndl Dash/Lederhosen Lauf Flickr Pictures

Skate Parks

Indoor Parks

Boost Skatehalle
Frachtstr 25
703372 Stuttgart (Bad Cannstadt)

Commercial: +49 (0)176-666-96221

Outdoor Parks

Skatepark Altenburger Steige
Altenburger Steige
70376 Stuttgart

Prague Friedhof (aka Plaza)
Ecke Friedhof Str
70191 Stuttgart

Kornwestheim
Bogen Str
70806 Pattonville

Fasenhoff
Neuhaesuer Str
74182 Obersulm, Stuttgart

Skatepark Boebblingen
Tuebinger Str
71032 Boeblingen

Stuttgart Degerloch
Hinter der Fritz -Leonhardt Realschule
70597 Stuttgart

Sindelfingen
Pfarrwiesenallee
71067 Sindelfingen

Ostfildern
Bonhoefferstrasse
73760 Ostfildern

Skatepark Esslingen an Neckar (Oberesslingen)
Eberspaecher Str
73730 Esslingen

Skatepark Neckartenzlingen
Kelterplatz 10
72654 Neckartenzlingen

Gaertringen
Steingruben Weg
71116 Gaertringen

Skatepark Rotten bug (am Neckar) am Sportpark
Jahn Str
72108 Rottenburg

Skate Park Websites

www.skatepark-guide.de

www.skatemap.de

www.wannask8.com

www.concrete-disciples.com

Swimming Pools

Sindelfingen Badezentrum
17 Hohenzollernstrasse
71067 Sindelfingen
Commercial:
+49 (0)7031-86-02-35

Freibad Moehringen
Hechingerstrasse 112
Moehringen
Commercial:
+49 (0)711-216-8106

Vaihingen Hallenbad
15 Rosentalstrasse
70563 Stuttgart
Commercial:
  +49 (0)711-216-4837

Hallenbad Sonnenberg
1 Kremmlerstrasse
Stuttgart-Moehringen
Commercial: +49 (0)711-216-6199

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapists, Price List, Services, Locations, Times

Hot Stone Therapy

This exotic treatment involves placing heated lava stones on the skin and pressure points with natural and aromatherapy oils. The heat from the stones increases the relaxation response and healing through improved blood flow and circulation.

Deep Tissue Massage

Focused on addressing specific muscular groups and joints or, as a full-body intensive treatment, this massage uses firm pressure to target or prevent repetitive strain and injury by releasing areas of pain and tension.

Sports Massage

Simultaneously flushing lactic acid build-up from muscle tissue to reduce and prevent exercise injury pain and swelling. Sports massage also includes joint mobilization and assisted stretching to increase flexibility and strength.

Swedish Massage

A full body massage utilizing a variety of techniques with varied pressure based upon client's needs. Notable for it's rejuvenating effects, Swedish massage serves to promote circulation while stimulating the central nervous and muscular and skeletal system.

Pregnancy Massage

Specific Swedish massage techniques which often is combined with reflexology. Pregnancy massage also includes circulatory work to address the needs and discomforts of pregnancy. A gentle, nurturing massage that can either target specific areas of pain and tension, or can be applied as a full-body massage.

Aurum Manus Massage

A truly holistic treatment for overall physical and mental well-being. This full body treatment combines classic massage techniques which have been formulated in such a way that tension is rapidly reduced and the body remains tranquil. It balances energy meridians with application of selected warm crystals, such as jade, rose quartz and others. 

Ayurvedic Massage

Full body massage that is designed to detox the body with the use of selected herbs and aroma oils. With incorporating Marma points (vital energy points) this massage will leave you feel energetic and aid to achieving mind body balance.

(NEW!) Cranio-Sacral Therapy

A soothing method of detecting and connecting imbalances in the skull, spine and central nervous system. Utilizing the rhythm of fluids surrounding the brain and spinal cord, deep-seated visceral restrictions are released, improving organ functioning and realigning muscular tissue. Client remains fully clothed.

Ayurvedic Face Massage

A 30 minute session that targets face, head and neck to alleviate headaches and relieve stress and tension.
Shirodarha Oil Treatment: A wonderful stress reducer in which warm oil is poured slowly onto the forehead. It eliminates scalp tension, inner stress and nervousness, while creating a deep state of total bliss. (hair will get oily during the process).

Reflexology

This foot treatment incorporates a special massage technique in which pressure points are pressed and massaged to create a reflex to corresponding parts of the entire body to aim at releasing energy blockages, ease pain, relieve tension, and restore energy.

Reiki

An Eastern healing technique characterized by a light touch at affected body areas, resulting in a calming and relaxing bodywork session that enhances the client's regenerative processes.

Make an Appointment

To schedule and appointment with one of our massage therapists, please email [email protected] and include your name, the requested location (Patch, Panzer, Kelley), time, date, service , length of service (30, 45, 90 minutes), and the name of the massage therapist if you have a preference.

Massage Therapy Price List

Personal Trainers

USAG Stuttgart Sports & Fitness Centers offer a wide variety of personal training options to meet all of your fitness and health needs. Our nationally certified personal trainers will help you to:

  • Assess your current fitness and help set short and long term fitness goals
  • Learn proper technique in strength, cardiovascular and flexibility exercises
  • Gain strength and endurance with scientifically based exercise programs and schedules
  • Improve body composition through proper nutrition and exercise

Personal training is available for individuals, pairs or small groups. We even have personal trainers who do aquatic therapy and swim training at local swimming pools.

Personal Training Pricing

Hourly

  • One-hour Session $40
  • One-hour Partner Training* $60

5-Session Package

  • 5 One-hour Individual $185
  • 5 One-hour Partner Training* $300

Monthly or Multiple-Session Package

  • 1 Month (or 9 Sessions) $333
  • 2 Months (or 18 Sessions) $630
  • 3 Months (or 27 Sessions) $810

Novice Personal Trainer Rates

  • One-hour Session $30
  • 5 One-hour Individual $135

 *Partners must have similar fitness goals and agree to train together for all sessions.

 

Personal Training Appointment

To make an appointment, contact a fitness center or email us at [email protected].

Local Fitness Resources

Local Running Events:

www.laufsuche.de

http://www.halb-marathon.de/

http://www.marathonguide.com/races/races.cfm?place=Intl

Volksmarching (A form of non-competitive fitness walking):

www.dvv-wandern.de - Germany Volksmarching Org. - in German

www.ava.org - USA American Volksmarching Organization

http://www.sgawc.org/ - Stuttgart German-American Wandering Club

Bicycling Information:

Armed Forces Cycling website- information about road/MTB races and POC's: http://www.armedforcescycling.org/

MTB Parks - Schwarzwald -- www.mtb-oberried.de/

Triathlon Info & Clubs:

International Triathlon Union: www.triathlon.org

German Triathlon Federation: www.dtu-info.de

Sindlefingen Triathlon Club: http://www.vfl-sifi-triathlon.de/

Local Running Clubs:

www.ksg-gerlingen.de/leichtathletik
www.tsg78-hd.de
www.tsg-kl.de
www.weltkulturerbelauf.de
www.wuerzburg-marathon.de
www.marathonmannheim.de

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 Stuttgart:

FY 17 Current Standing:

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

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

 


2015 -2016 Unit Level Results:

Softball:

Unit level Softball

Softball Standings

 

Flag Football:

Basketball:

Volleyball:

Soccer:


 

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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 Stuttgart:

FY 17 Current Standing:

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

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

 


2015 -2016 Unit Level Results:

Softball:

Unit level Softball

Softball Standings

 

Flag Football:

Basketball:

Volleyball:

Soccer:

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are acceptable forms of ID for access to the fitness centers?

Military ID, Dependent ID, CAC, and Installation Pass.

2. Who is eligible to use the fitness centers?

As quoted in AR-215-1 Chapter 7:
7–1. Eligibility
a. MWR programs will be established primarily for Armed Forces military personnel.
b. Ready Reserve members have the same priority as AD military personnel. Gray area retirees (retired reservists under age 60) have the same priority as regular Army retirees for use of category C MWR programs only. Eligible Family members may participate in MWR programs whether or not accompanied by the sponsor. Family members and guests of first priority patrons assume the same priority.
c. If MWR facilities cannot accommodate all authorized patrons, the garrison commander will determine specific use priorities. Such priorities are based on priorities establish in table 7–1.
d. Guests must be accompanied by authorized patrons and may participate in MWR programs, purchase items incidental to participation, and consume food and beverages while on the premises. Guests include those participants at functions arranged by an authorized patron. Otherwise, guests are not authorized resale purchases. Garrison commanders
(or designees) will approve local rules governing the number of guests and the frequency of use at specific facilities.
e. DOD organizations stationed or tenanted on an Army installation will be afforded the same facility use privileges as those afforded personnel on the Army installation.

3. What is the youth age policy for the physical fitness centers?

Policy is posted in all fitness centers. AR 215-1:

d. Youth use. All participants are expected to conduct themselves in a reasonable, responsible, and prudent manner in accordance with facility rules and regulations. Youth may use adult indoor physical fitness centers only under the following provisions:
(1) Soldier programs must not be displaced.
(2) Children 12 years old and under may not use mechanical cardiovascular equipment, or strength, sauna, or steam rooms or jacuzzi areas at any time.
(3) As a Family member, children and youth (15 years old and under), not otherwise prohibited in paragraph 8–20d(2), must be actively participating in the same activity and under the direct supervision of a parent or guardian.
(4) Youth must be a participant in a special program, organized and conducted by CYSS, schools, or other authorized youth organizations.
(5) Children of kindergarten age and older will use gender-appropriate showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.

4. Are strollers or baby carriages allowed in the fitness area?

Only in designated areas, such as the Family Rooms.

5. Do the physical fitness centers have a dress code?

Yes. Dress code is visibly listed in each facility.

Appropriate & safe fitness attire; women are not allowed to workout with only a sports bra on, they must have a shirt over top and men are not allowed to workout topless.  Proper & clean footwear is required; no combat boots allowed on exercise mats. 

6. Are there personal trainers available by request?

Yes, we have a list of trainers available at the front desk.

7. Can I request specific music to be played?

Radio Station is set to AFN

8. What is the age requirement for the Parent Tot areas?

The family rooms (Parent Tot areas) do not have an age requirement as long as the parent is in the room/within eye sight/contact with the child.

9. Can visitors use the fitness centers?

Yes.  They must be signed in/out of the Fitness Center by a sponsor.  More information and policy are located at the front desk of each center.

10. How much are the fitness center classes?

$5 per class. Class coupon book for 10 classes is available for $45.

11. Are there spa & wellness services available? i.e. massages, esthetician, dietitians, etc.

Yes, we have three massage therapists. 

12. What are the prices of spa & wellness services? i.e. massages, esthetician, dietitians, etc.

Type

Time (Mins)

Price (USD)

Massage

60

$75

Massage

30

$45

Foot Reflexology

45

$50

Ayruvedic

60

$80

Aurum

30

$45

Craniosacral

30

$45

Craniosacral

60

$75

Craniosacral

90

$100

Hot Stones

90

$110

Deep Tissue

30

$45

Deep Tissue

60

$75

Deep Tissue

90

$100

Swedish

30

$45

Swedish

60

$75

Swedish

90

$100

Shirodhara

30

$40