Pitney Bowes Foundation Wellness Center
The Pitney Bowes Foundation Wellness Center at NCC is a state-of-the-art exercise facility that is committed to improving the general health and well being of all patrons. We encourage safe and effective exercise in an effort to improve one’s quality of life. For an update on Campus COVID Policy, please visit: https://norwalk.edu/covid-19/.
The Wellness Center is free for all NCC faculty, staff, students, Lifetime Learners, security, cleaning, and cafeteria personnel. You must have an affiliation with the college to use our facilities. Currently, we do not offer community memberships. Registration to use the Wellness Center entails submitting a completed New Member Packet.
All first-time members must complete a new member packet prior to using the Pitney Bowes Foundation Wellness Center. This packet is available at the front desk in the Wellness Center and can also be downloaded by clicking on the link above. The first page of this document is a medical form called the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q). All medical information provided is kept confidential and locked in our front office. It is asked that this form be honestly and completely filled out on both sides. The PAR-Q must be renewed every three years and qualified professional staff reserve the right to request medical clearance if deemed appropriate. Those patrons who require medical clearance cannot use the facility until clearance is received and processed. The second page requires signing off on our mandatory rules and regulations for facility usage.
Use of the Facility
Our state of the art facility includes:
- a semi-separate cardio room with six treadmills
- three upright cycles
- two recumbent cycles
- a total body exerciser
- four elliptical cross-trainers
- two Adaptive Motion Trainers
- a step mill
Our resistance training area features:
- a complete line of weight stack machines
- power lifting equipment
- functional trainers
- free weights
- a variety of accessory training equipment
Recommended for those with little experience using fitness equipment. A trained staff member will describe the basics on how to use the equipment in the facility. Proper form and technique and foundations to safe and effective exercise training will also be reviewed.
This service is mandatory for any patron who is age 17 or younger. Minors cannot use the Wellness Center until the Equipment Orientation is completed by a qualified Wellness Attendant.
Locker Rooms are to be used only by patrons of the Wellness Center. Small locker registration will resume as of Tuesday September 6th. Select full size lockers are available while using the Wellness Center. Items left overnight will be removed for your safety and ours.
Showers are available and patrons must supply their own soap and towels.