Weight Room

Whether you’re looking to improve muscle strength and mobility, improve your mood or manage your weight, the Seabury Center weight room is equipped with a wide range of resistance training options to help you take responsibility for your health. The Seabury Center weight room is available to all eligible cardholders over the age of 14.

Fitness buffs can sculpt and build their athleticism as they train alongside our student athletes in the early evening. We also invite members to workout at their own pace. There are plenty of delightful community members who use low impact exercise to build healthy heart tissue, expand their range of motion, improve bone and joint function, in addition to muscle strength during our off peak hours.

Weight Room Features Include:

  • 18 Paramount stations
  • 16 station FTX multi-station gym
  • Adequate space for free weights
  • 2,000 lbs. free weights
  • Dumbbells from 3 #’s-105 #’s

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GPS Address:  599 North Main Street, Berea, KY  40404

From the North:
From I-75, take the north Berea exit (exit 77) and make a left off the ramp onto KY 595.  The second light will be an intersection of KY 595 and the Berea by-pass.  You will want to make a right to remain on KY 595, past the Kentucky Artisan Center, over the railroad tracks and past the college farms.  When you reach the traffic light at the intersection of KY 595 and Ellipse, you will continue straight.  You will travel approximately 150 yards and make a right onto Seabury Drive, which is the first road on the right past the 595/Ellipse intersection.  The parking lot for the Seabury Center is off to your right.

From the South:
From I-75, take the south Berea exit (exit 76) and make a right off the ramp onto 25 North.  Continue straight on this road as it winds through town and eventually through the heart of campus.  As you approach the Boone Tavern Hotel, the road will become two lanes and you want to remain in the left lane.  Make a left at the next intersection (traffic light #9).  As you proceed to the bottom of the hill, you will want to make a left onto Seabury Drive.  The parking lot for the Seabury Center is off to your right.