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Lincoln Laboratory Fitness Center

Fees

  • Lincoln Lab Employees: $130 / yr
  • Resident Subcontractors: $320 / yr
  • Guest Adults: $10
  • Guest Students: $5

Make checks payable to: MIT DAPER
Membership fee is nonrefundable

Hours*

Monday-Thursday 6am - 8pm
Friday 6am - 7pm

*Closed on Lincoln Laboratory holidays

Member Info

Membership Includes:

  • aerobics
  • beach volleyball
  • cardio theatre
  • elliptical crosstrainers
  • fitness orientation
  • fitness trail
  • free weights
  • half-court basketball
  • horse shoe pit
  • locker room
  • recumbent bikes
  • rowers
  • stairmasters
  • stepmill
  • towel service
  • treadmills
  • upright stationary bikes

Personal Trainers

Tiffany Horgan

Tiffany Horgan

I received my degree in Exercise Science from Indiana University and hold a personal training certification from the American Council on Exercise (ACE).

With over fourteen years of experience in the fitness industry, I have worked as a group fitness instructor, personal trainer, fitness specialist, and manager.

It is my belief that you should train hard, relative to your fitness level, giving 100% of what you have to give to your workout – to yourself. It is my goal to make each workout rewarding, empowering my clients to feel accomplished and confident. I am here to help each client push beyond their current abilities and achieve a higher level of personal success.

Mark Ryder

Mark Ryder

Mark is a second degree black belt in Shotokan Karate. He began his studies in the mid - seventies under the direction of Kazumi Tabata, Nagao Matsuyama and Sam DeMarco. He has been instructing men, women, children, and college students in the martial arts since 1980.

During his studies at Northeastern University's College of Criminal Justice, Mark taught karate at Tufts University for Sensei Tabata, while also teaching his own students in Chelsea, MA.

In 1984, Mark graduated from Northeastern University, pursued a career; and continued teaching karate at a number of private karate schools for many years. His interests in the martial arts and physical fitness lead him to more in-depth studies of fitness, nutrition, and dietary supplementation and a career in Personal Training.

In 2005 he obtained his Personal Training Certification through American Fitness Training of Athletics, a course study based on the philosophies and practices of the American College of Sports Medicine.

Mark enjoys educating his clients about fitness and often combines his personal training session workouts with a mixture of strength training, martial arts, sport drills and functional training.