Gym facilities

Some colleges have gyms on site, others provide free membership to the University gym on Iffley Road.

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CollegeGym facilities
Balliol College crestBalliolWeights and rowing machines on main site. Plus a gym in Holywell Manor for students who have a paid membership.
Blackfriars crestBlackfriarsNo, but students can get reduced memberships at the local PureGym.
Brasenose College crestBrasenoseNot on site, but College offers free membership to the University Gym at Iffley (without pool access).
Campion Hall crestCampionUnknown
Christ Church crestChrist ChurchThere isn't a college gym but students can use the well-equipped Magdalen College School gym for free. College also pays for gym membership at Iffley sports centre, which is even better.
Corpus Christi College crestCorpus ChristiUnknown
Exeter College crestExeterUnknown
Harris Manchester College crestHarris ManchesterCollege members have free membership of the Iffley Road Sports Centre but also free membership of the gym and pool facilities at the Four Pillars Hotel on the Abingdon Road.
Hertford College crestHertfordThere is a small college gym with basic equipment - free weights, a couple of resistance machines, and some bikes and ellipticals.
Jesus College crestJesusFree access to Iffley gym. Also, at Stevens Close (second year accommodation on Woodstock road) there is a fairly well-equipped exercise room (spin cycles, rowing machines, free weights etc) 
Keble College crestKebleGym with four bikes, two rowers, two treadmill, cross-trainer, weights. £59 a year.
Lincoln College crestLincolnFree access to Iffley gym.
Lady Margaret Hall crestLMHThe gym is small but good. Treadmill, 3 or 4 rowing machines, possibly an exercise bike, cross trainer, loads of weights and mats.
Magdalen College crestMagdalenThe gym has restricted use - only college rowers and the rugby team are really allowed to use it. However, Magdalen does provide free gym membership to the University gym, which is particularly close to Magdalen ( a 5-minute walk). 
Mansfield College crestMansfieldUnknown
Merton College crestMertonSmall gym, but appropriate given the small number of students that use it. A number of machines with pretty decent cover of different muscle groups. Two treadmills, one crosstrainer, one bike, four rowing machines. Freeweights only up to 10kg, no benches. 
New College crestNewNo college gym, but possible to get reduced rate membership to Linacre College gym. 
Oriel College crestOrielThe college gym has recently been redone and so has good facilities. A brief induction is needed to have access. There's plenty of equipment and a reasonably sized space. The gym at JMH is fairly small with rowing machines, cross trainer, bike and weights.
Pembroke College crestPembrokeUnknown
The Queen's College crestQueen'sThe college gym is housed in Carrodus Quad and houses three rowing machines, three cycle machines, many free weights and other weight machines. It has good aircon and it usually isn't too busy. The Boathouse also houses rowing machines and weights.
Regent's Park College crestRegent's ParkThere's no gym, but there is a small erg room with 3 rowing machines. There is occasionally an arrangement with Linacre to gain access to their gym facilities for around £35 a term, but this depends on demand.
Somerville College crestSomervilleGym is small and basic, but good if you want a quick run or workout. It has weights, a running machine or two, and some rowing machines. Membership for a year is about £70.
St Anne's College crestSt Anne'sTwo rooms: a weight room and a general fitness room (with bikes, a cross trainer, a treadmill, yoga mat)
St Catherine's College crestSt Catz4 rowing machines, 2 treadmills, 3 cross trainers, weights, 2 bikes, deadlifting, bench press, 2 squash courts, various other strength equipment.
St Hilda's College crestSt Hilda'sNo gym, but the college has a deal with the Iffley Road sports complex for free gym membership. 
St Hugh's College crestSt Hugh'sThe college gym has the basics (running machines, cycling machines, rowing machines,  cross trainer, and weights). It costs £30/term or £60/year. Fine if you only want a casual place to exercise - it's very rarely busy. People who are serious about their gym usually go to the Ferry Leisure Centre in Summertown, which is about a 10-minute walk to the north of Hugh's and has a much better range of equipment as well as tennis courts, a basketball court, and a swimming pool. Hugh's students get a special membership rate of £50/term, which includes classes. 
St John's College crestSt John'sThere are two gyms with a range of equipment. One has mainly free weights and some cardiovascular equipment, and the other has cardiovascular and weight machines. There is also an 'erg room' with quite a lot of rowing machines, and there are also two squash courts.
St Peter's College crestSt Peter'sOnly an erg room (rowing machines). But free access to Iffley gym.
St Stephen's House crestSt Stephen'sUnknown
St Edmund Hall crestTeddy HallThe gym is small and on the Norham Gardens site (North Oxford). It has most basic things that you would expect.
Trinity College crestTrinityMostly a weights gym, used primarily by rowers. There is a better gym in college accommodation in North Oxford.
University College crestUnivThere is a college gym and students have free access to Iffley gym which includes a subscription to a swimming pool. College also has squash courts for students to use.
Wadham College crestWadhamCollege gym contains a  number of rowing machines, free weights, power rack and various work benches. Squash and badminton courts in college.
Worcester College crestWorcesterA small gym with a treadmill, cross-trainer, a load of weights, and a rowing machine (there are more of them in the erg shed, used by rowers).
Wycliffe Hall crestWycliffeUnknown

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