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The Hoyas train out of a 10,000 square foot weight room located in the recently opened John R. Thompson Jr. Intercollegiate Athletics Center. The main weight room houses 20 custom-made, Sorinex lifting stations along with a medicine ball wall and 50 yards of turf. Each rack comes equipped with Eleiko barbells and bumper plates. The men's and women's basketball teams each have their own 1,500-square foot weight rooms with five Sorinex weight racks.

Student-athletes are trained in proper lifting technique along with speed, agility and strength training by highly qualified coaches. Student-athletes are given sport-specific programs paired with individualized programs to fit their exact needs.

The training facility takes part in Georgetown's Going Green Initiative by having cordless cardio equipment as well as floor-to-ceiling windows that allow natural sunlight to act as the main source of lighting.

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