Time to workout! Wellness center unveils makeover
Residents will have access to a new and improved wellness center in Brentwood, now that an upgrade of the Williamson County Parks and Recreation Department’s facility has been completed.
The 3,900-square-foot Indoor Sports Complex (ISC), 920 Heritage Way, now has 48 new pieces of cardio and strength training equipment, including climbmills, treadmills, hybrid cycles, plate loaded press machines, ascent trainers, functional trainers, rowing machines, motion trainers, ellipticals, and recumbent cycles.
“It really was time for an equipment upgrade at the Indoor Sports Complex,” said WCPR Director Doug Hood. “We are pleased to be able to provide our patrons with new, state-of-the-art equipment to enhance their exercise experience.”
The ISC, which opened in 2002, underwent the renovation project with little disruption for patrons since the entire move took place in one week. This is the second major renovation to this facility.
In 2011, the 50-meter indoor training pool was completely drained, serviced and resurfaced. The facility’s five indoor tennis courts and locker rooms have also received upgrades in the past five years, Hood said.
“The facilities we offer at Williamson County Parks and Recreation are the very finest available,” he noted.“ And we pride ourselves in providing a safe, friendly, affordable place for the entire family. We are particularly proud that the ISC has the only 50-meter indoor pool in the county and the only public indoor tennis courts.”
Posted on: 12/5/2013