Sports & Fitness Centers
Cobblestone Classic 2019
- Policies and Procedures During COVID-19
How many allowed inside
- Only 70 patrons allowed inside the Patch Fitness Center at one time.
- Only 50 patrons allowed inside the Kelley Fitness Center at one time.
- Only 30 patrons allowed inside the Panzer Fitness Center at one time.
- Only 15 patrons allowed inside the Robinson Fitness Center at one time.
- Each patron must wash their hands prior to entering a fitness center.
- Each patron must swipe in when entering the facility.
- Each patron must wear a mask at all times.
- Patrons must adhere to social distancing rules.
- Patrons must adhere to individual room capacities (posted in all rooms of each facility).
- Patrons must wipe down equipment before and after use.
- Only lobby restrooms will be open for use.
- Patrons must bring a full size towel to place under equipment while in use.
- Only credit card payment accepted (no cash).
No longer available
- Children 11 and under are not allowed in fitness centers as all open spaces have been reutilized to hold cardio equipment.
- Water fountains are closed (bring your own beverage).
- Showers, saunas, locker rooms and family rooms are closed. Patrons are not allowed to change in the facilities.
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
- Cardio rooms
- Family Fitness room (Patch, Panzer and Kelley)
- Functional Fitness Rooms (Patch and Panzer)
Sports & Fitness Center use is free and open to all eligible Family and MWR authorized users, including retirees and Family members.
- Unmanned Access
"Unmanned access” will allow enrolled individuals to access Kelley, Patch, and Panzer Fitness Centers outside of staffed hours of operation.
1. Download the enrollment packet or visit any Stuttgart Fitness Center for a printed copy.
2. Complete and submit your packet into any Stuttgart Fitness Center drop box (hard copies only).
3. Return after 10 days to activate your DOD ID card or Key FOB for unmanned access.
Some restrictions apply, for example, but not limited to:
- Authorized patrons must be 18 years old (Active Duty can be age 17)
- Unmanned hours will be limited due to system maintenance and updates
For full information on rules, restrictions and risks, download the enrollment packet (which includes the Request Form, Acceptable Use Policy, and Assumption of Risk of Injury & Waiver of Claims)
Read the FAQs.
- Fitness Classes
Monthly Fitness Schedule:
No Schedule USAG Stuttgart RB Fitness August 2020
- 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 determines the ultimate owner of the Commander’s Trophy.
We always need volunteers for our runs. If you are interested in volunteering, please register with us in VMIS on myarmyonesource.com.
Individual and Group Running Events:
Mardi Gras 5 K Fun Run & Walk
Newest member of our race series, this non-timed, non-competitive 5K takes places on Kelley Barracks in early March every year. Join us for this festive, pet, stroller, child friendly race -- for added fun, we have refreshments and beads at the finish line!
Cobblestone Classic *5 Mile Tank Trail Run
Held at the end of May or beginning of June, the Cobblestone Classic is a 5 mile race that starts at Panzer and ends at Patch barracks HUB parking lot. The course starts outside of Panzer main gate across the road on the other side of Panzerstrasse, follows the Historic Patch to Panzer Tank Trail for 5 miles, enters Patch through the back walker's gate, and ends on Patch Barracks HUB parking lot. Each runner will be required to wear a specialized bib with the Cobblestone Classic logo and the date of the race imprinted on it for added force protection. The bibs are given out only on the day of the race to prevent replication. No runner will be allowed back into the back gate without this Cobblestone Classic racing bib. Anyone without a bib must enter through the main gate and present their I.D. card to be allowed back onto post. Pet and stroller friendly. This is a timed race.
Run to Remember 5k and Half Marathon
The Run to Remember was started in 2008 at the request of the Chaplain for 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and has been held in July every year since. The race is dedicated to those brave men and women who have given their lives for our country in the post 9/11 era. The race starts at Panzer Kaserne at the Panzer Parade Field, continues out of the Panzer back gate and ends back at the Panzer Parade Field. The 5k is a 2.5K out and back while the 1/2 marathon proceeds through the Boeblingen Forest by range control for 13.1 miles and returns back to the Panzer Parade Field to finish. Strollers are allowed but not recommend as the terrain can be unstable. The course is pet friendly. This is a timed race.
The Great Pumpkin Run *5K Family Fun Run/Walk
“The Pumpkin Run” is an annual Halloween themed 5K fun run that starts in front of the Patch Fitness Center and proceeds to follow a 5K course inside Patch Barracks and finishing back in front of the Fitness Center where a race clock is set up at the finish line allowing runners to make note of their finishing times. Refreshments will be at the finish line for hydration. Pet, Child, and Stroller Friendly. This is not a timed race.
- Massage Therapy
Massage Therapy Bios
- Personal Trainers
Want to join the team?
Grow your fitness portfolio and email the Stuttgart Fitness Coordinator today.
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:
- 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.
Personal Trainer Bios
Personal Training Fees
One-hour Session $40
One-hour Partner Training* $60
Multiple Session Packages
4 One-hour Individual $145
4 One-hour Partner Training* $220
8 One-hour Individual $290
8 One-hour Partner Training* $430
12 One-hour Individual $430
12 One-hour Partner Training* $650
*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.
Athletic Training, Strength & Conditioning
One-Hour Session $65
One-hour Partner Training* $75
*Partners must have similar fitness goals and agree to train together for all sessions.
- Local Fitness Resources
Local Running Events:
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
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:
- 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:
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.
- 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:
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.
- Fitness Instructor Biographies