Rutgers Gymnastics practices and competes at the Livingston Recreation Center. In addition, the Scarlet Knights will also hold meets at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
The gymnastics program will also be part of the RWJBarnabas Health Athletic Performance Center at Rutgers University. Click here to learn more about the facility.
The Livingston Recreation Center offers a number of options for physical activity for both students and faculty/staff. The indoor facility consists of a multi-court basketball area with a synthetic Mondo floor (which can be converted to one indoor soccer area, five volleyball courts, or a combination of basketball, floor hockey, and volleyball), locker rooms for both men and women with saunas in each, a mirrored Multi-Purpose room for classes or practice, conference room, and offices.
A 3,000 sq. ft. Fitness Center offers a variety of cardiovascular equipment (bikes, rowers, treadmills, etc.), as well as assorted weight machines (Paramount and Nautilus) and free weights. Classes are offered during the academic year in aerobics/step, weight training, martial arts, tennis, and other activities.
The training area is set up with two uneven bars, four beams and a full-size floor for practice.
The gymnasium, which has served as a recreation facility for several years, has undergone an internal facelift to accommodate a new, 6,000 square foot gymnastics practice facility with state-of-the-art training equipment, including a brand-new tumbling pit. The new facility will allow the Knights to train to their full potential, as well as help attract some of the top gymnastics recruits in the country.