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Athletic Training

You are in an environment where it is our job to build a body making it strong without injury. All of our trainers have at least a college degree in a sports science and many of them are former athletes or dancers. Our fully stacked athletic training room has every element a professional athlete would need to train and all of that is at your disposal.

At U.S. Athletic Training Center there is a tremendous amount of attention to detail and form in order to build a body from baseline strength. Whatever your goal: whether it is weight loss, sports specific training or getting in shape for your next marathon the diverse backgrounds of our trainers can be married to your needs and goals. If you are planning on using one of athletic trainers you can join our facility on a monthly or yearly basis or pay a day fee. Most of our athletic trainers have assisted physical therapists in our facility and are well versed on working with a wide variety of injuries. You can trust you can be physically safe with your trainer at the U.S. Athletic Training Center.



Memberships at the U.S. Athletic Training Center are available to everyone in New York City, and we offer both corporate and student discounts by request. Additionally, all physical therapy patients will have full access to the facility at a discounted rate throughout and following their therapy.

The U.S.A.T.C. facility has full-service men's and women's locker rooms. The rooms include multiple showers, saunas, towels, toiletries, and a daily laundry service. Physical therapy is provided by licensed physical therapists Monday through Friday, as well as select hours on Saturday. Private training is available by appointment only. Schedule your appointment today using the U.S. Athletic Training Center app. The facility's entrance is between Park and Madison, directly next to the E and M subway stops. We're also just two blocks from all 53rd Street and Lexington Avenue lines.