2019 Air Force Athlete of the Year
Each year, the Air Force Services Center recognizes an outstanding male and female military Athlete of the Year.
The program allows the Air Force to identify exceptional male and female athletes who exhibit athletic excellence, sportsmanship, integrity and professional character on and off the field of play.
All nominees must be active duty, guard or reserve. U.S. Air Force Academy cadets are not eligible for this award. Each installation is limited to one male and one female candidate.
Click here for the 2019 Air Force Athlete of the Year nomination criteria form and an AF Form 1206 example. Please send all completed packets to the 21FSS Fitness Center Director by COB Monday, January 20, 2020.
For more information, please call the Fitness Center front desk at 719-556-4462. AFSVC Nomination Call – 2019 AF Athlete of the Year
Please Note: The applications must be submitted via the sports Application Tracking (APPTRAC) system. APPTRAC replaced the AF Form 303, Request for USAF Specialized Sports Training, for the All-Air Force Sports and HQ AIRCOM programs.
Anyone wanting to compete must create an account to complete the application process in the APPTRAC system. Training slides and instructions are posted in the AFSVC Portal at the Fitness and Sports “What’s New” Web page at https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10042/Pages/FitnessSports/Home.aspx.
If you have any questions, please contact the project officers at AFSVA.FitnessSports@us.af.mil.
Some members of the Fitness & Sports Center’s staff are certified Fitness Specialists. Each are qualified to assist you in building an individualized eight-week program to help you achieve your fitness goals. If you run into a brick wall several months into a training regimen or need something new to renew your zeal for working out, the Fitness Specialist might be what you need. And, they can give you an equipment orientation, showing you all the different fitness equipment in the facility and demonstrating how to operate it. For more information, call the front desk at 719-556-4462, #1.
The Peterson Complex Fitness and Sports Center is one of the best facilities you will find in the Air Force. The staff of the Peterson and Cheyenne Mountain fitness facilities provides outstanding customer service and programming.
Our staff attends training in Fitness Specialist and Coopers Personal Training Courses in order to provide our customers with safe and knowledgeable instruction.
Intramural and special program events exceed the core requirements and provide opportunities for espirit de corps and competition among all eligible customers.
We offer a comprehensive fitness improvement program, aerobics and spinning classes to ensure our customers have the opportunity to develop or improve their level of fitness.
We invite you to be an active participant in all our programs, special events, and classes.
If there are any questions or anything we can do for you to improve your fitness experience, please don’t hesitate to contact myself or one of my staff.
A personal trainer can make a difference in your ability to achieve your physical fitness goals. Your personal trainer will begin by conducting a fitness profile for you, which includes your resting heart rate, body fat measurement, three-minute step test, abdominal crunch test, flexibility sit and reach test, and an exercise attitude profile. These initial measurements will help track your progress. (There is no charge for the initial interview.) For more information, call the front desk at 719-556-4462, #1.
Licensed Massage Therapy
Nothing heals quite like human touch. We offer licensed massage therapy services to help you take care of yourself, relax and reduce stress. For more information and to schedule any of the massage services listed here, please call the front desk at 719-556-4462, #1.
|One hour massage – $50||Reflexology – $30|
|Aromatherapy – $55||Swedish Massage – $50|
|Hot Stone Massage – $65||Neuromuscular – $65|
|Body Scrub – $65||Pre-Natal – $60||1/2 Release – $30|