As we draw close to celebrating another New Year, many of us are focused on making changes to become a stronger, healthier, and more active version of ourselves. If you live and work in the Fayetteville area, look no further than Cape Fear Valley’s HealthPlex, the area’s largest and most comprehensive fitness and wellness center.
Centrally located at 1930 Skibo Road, HealthPlex has served the Fayetteville community for more than 21 years. Conveniently open at 5:00 a.m. on weekdays, come to HealthPlex to clear your mind with your favorite exercise regimen before going to the office. Our shower facilities and towel services make getting ready for work a breeze.
The 65,000-square-foot facility features everything busy professionals need to stay fit, including a 25-yard lap pool, a warm-water therapy pool, a tenth-mile Mondo® indoor walking and running track, an aerobics studio with shock-resistant flooring, a full-court basketball gymnasium, and more than 140 pieces of top-of-the-line cardiovascular and strength-building workout equipment, which are professionally cleaned and sanitized every day. In addition, HealthPlex offers more than 100 group exercise classes every week.
If stress-relief is what you are seeking, HealthPlex offers the amenities you need to unwind after a busy day at the office, including a steam room and private massage therapy rooms. Our certified and experienced massage therapists offer a full-range of therapeutic services, including sports massage, pregnancy massage, integrative reflexology, neuromuscular trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage, and more.
Our highly trained team of exercise physiologists can help you get started on a program to achieve your health and wellness goals, from losing weight and improving strength and endurance, to managing high blood pressure and reducing cholesterol. Our physiologists conduct check-ins to measure progress and take your biometric readings. One-to-one personal training is available for a fee.
Cape Fear Valley’s HealthPlex also has the distinction of being the only medical fitness center in the area. Our staff members are trained in performing CPR and using the automated external defibrillator (AED). Through our transitional therapy program, trained exercise physiologists offer support to members who are transitioning out of physical therapy following an injury or surgery. If you are suffering from arthritis, you will enjoy feeling the relief of our warm water therapy classes, taught by certified arthritis instructors in the heated indoor pool.
Children between the ages of six weeks and 12 years will enjoy the supervised play center while you have the time alone to work out, swim, or get a massage. Childcare is offered for a small hourly fee, and parents can have their children join them in the pool or gym for no additional cost.
If you are a business leader who would like to incorporate a gym membership into your employee wellness program, please reach out to the HealthPlex membership office. Employees who have their needs for physical activity and stress relief met are happier and more productive. The HealthPlex offers two different membership types to meet the needs of employees and their families.
A New Year could mean a New You! Stick to your New Year’s resolution to live a healthier life by becoming a HealthPlex member. Save money with our New Year’s promotion, which is a reduced enrollment fee of only $10!
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