The University of Oklahoma

Office of Compliance

University Health Club
1000 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Phone: (405)271-1650
Fax: (405)271-6633

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
5:30am - 9:00pm

5:30am - 8:30pm

8:00am - 4:00pm

12:00pm - 6:00pm

*Aquatics area closes 30 minutes early each day.

**Steam Rooms close 30 minutes early each day.

***Identification is required for check-in.

Personal Training Packages: Personal Training Service Agreement


Meet The Trainers

Shawn Ogle , Fitness Specialist

Hometown: I was born and raised in a small town in Oklahoma called McLoud.

Favorite pastimes, hobbies, & sports: Taking care of my pup is big hobby of mine. Molly is a 1-year old yellow lab and she needs constant attention. I also love going to the movies! Soccer is a real passion!! I also love the outdoors, I.e. camping, rafting, hiking, kayaking, boulder hopping, etc. Love playing pretty much anything with a ball. Volleyball, football, baseball, and others! OKC Thunder and any OU Athletics!

Favorite food? Pizza is number 1!

Favorite vacation spot: First choice, Lake Tahoe, CA! If not, then pretty much anywhere in Colorado!

About me: After receiving my Associate's degree in Liberal Studies from Rose State College, I transferred to The OU where I earned a Bachelor's degree in Health and Exercise Science. I will soon graduate with a Master's degree in Human Relations from OU. I have been an athlete my entire life. I was a multi-sport athlete by the time I was 6. In high school I competed in Football, soccer, power lifting, and wrestling. I continued my soccer career to the collegiate level where I played for both the Rose State Men's soccer program, as well as the OU Men's soccer program. I hold a US Soccer sanctioned E Soccer coaching license. After graduating from OU, I became an Assistant Coach for the Rose State College Soccer programs where I specialized in the team's Goalkeeper training.

What is your fitness philosophy? Someone very close to me once told me something that I have tried to follow my whole life. "It should not be "practice makes perfect". It should be "perfect practice makes perfect". If you practice something completely wrong to perfection, all you are going to do it "perfectly wrong"".