Harvard Club Installs State-of-the-Art Fitness Equipment

September 10, 2019 – The Harvard Club of Boston recently upgraded it’s 2,300 square foot fitness center with the installation of 20 new pieces of state-of-the-art equipment. The new machines include advanced interactive features designed to further support Club members’ health and wellness goals.

In the Club’s cardio room, new additions included four indoor cycling bikes with interactive road racing, studio cycling and HIIT gaming. The new bikes provide members with the experience of studio cycling and the convenience of on-demand availability. New Star Trac treadmills with advanced tracking programs were also installed. A Power-Plate, an active stretching machine that gives the body’s muscles a high-speed workout by using vibrations to stimulate them, was also added.

In the strength training room, new additions included a plate-loaded Hoist Incline Chest Press and a plate-loaded Hoist Leg Press machine. The multifunctional machine was upgraded to a Free Motion Machine, which provides a wider range of motion for functional training exercises. The Cyber Jungle Gym machine was also upgraded and now has three additional strength training elements.

In addition to the new fitness equipment, members also enjoy four international squash courts and a hardball doubles squash court, men and women’s locker rooms, steam rooms and a whirlpool. Squash clinics for players of all ages and skill levels are offered in the summer and fall. The Club offers yoga and spinning classes, and has a team of fitness professionals who provide a wide array of private and semi-private personal training options.

About the Harvard Club of Boston
The Harvard Club of Boston is a private club established in 1908 to encourage the social, intellectual and athletic interests of our members, to promote the welfare of Harvard University, to assist students with financial aid, and to foster the Harvard Spirit in all Harvard men and women. The organization maintains two clubhouses: one in the Back Bay neighborhood in Boston, and one in the Financial District. Members of the Club have access to exclusive events, dining opportunities, and athletic facilities in the two locations. With approximately 5,000 members, the Harvard Club is one of the City’s premier private clubs and has been named a Platinum Club of America and a Platinum Club of the World.