Audie Murphy Athletic Performance Center

Power and Performance

The 23,142-square foot Audie Murphy Athletic Performance Center is equipped for athletes and Soldiers focused on improving their performance on the field or in the field. We’ve stocked the newly renovated center with equipment geared toward functional training, including kettle bells, medicine balls, sleds, power racks, dumbbells, TRX, rowers, ladders, Versa Climbers, stability balls, battling ropes, slide boards and more.

The center opened in 1972 as the Audie Murphy Gym and was dedicated to the nation’s most highly decorated veteran, 2nd LT Audie Murphy, who earned the Medal of Honor during World War II. It was renovated and reopened in 2009 with focus on functional training. Today, the Audie Murphy Fitness Program Specialist will help you tailor a fitness regimen or program specific to your need or the needs of your unit.

Between 5:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Soldiers in PT gear are our primary clients and our first priority. Please schedule your visit accordingly and always yield equipment, classroom or floor space to these Soldiers. Aside from peak PT hours, you will find Audie Murphy to be a quiet, uncongested facility, perfect for those serious about their workout.


Building 2818, Way Ave

Monday-Friday – 0500-2000
Weekend – 0900-1700
Training Holidays – 0900-1700
Federal Holidays – CLOSED

 Mobile Murph

FMWR Sports, Fitness & Aquatics now offers a rapidly deployable athletic performance training unit to meet the ever growing need for functionally specific fitness. It is modeled after our own Audie Murphy Athletic Performance Center and is capable of providing an intense workout for groups of all sizes.

The Mobile Murph is designed to train units, leaders, or athletic teams to meet their coaches and commanders’ desired fitness level or to just provide a break from traditional training or PT.


The Mobile Murph is ready when you are. This unit provides instructed outdoor training for PT and organizational activities.

Due to required maintenance, our mobile murph trailers are limited and will be available by approved reservations only until late to mid Feburary.  Please contact Ronnie Duckworth to make reservations. 

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Audie Murphy (1925-1971) was the most decorated American Soldier of World War II. He spent 27 months in action in the European Theatre, where he earned the Medal of Honor, the US military’s highest award for valor, and 32 other medals and citations. After the war, he appeared in 44 movies and found marginal success as a country music composer. Murphy died in a plane crash in 1971 and was buried with military honors in Arlington National Cemetery.

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