So now that you set a fitness goal, how do you stay on track to achieve it?
You may have arrived at the Club and heard up-beat, thumping music coming from just down the hall and wondered what’s going on. There’s a good chance it was a Spin class, one of the many fitness classes offered at the Racquet Club.
1. Yoga Has Nothing To Do With Being Flexible
I know–this comes to a shock to a lot of people. The truth is if you want to be flexible you should check out the training for Cirque du Soleil. Nobody is as flexible as a gymnast.
I’ve been an exercise addict for as long as I can remember. In activities from ballet to baseball since the age of five, I loved all forms of movement – running, dancing, swimming, and especially team sports.
It's hard to believe that we are just a few months away from completion!
Our builder, Niels Konge, provided us with an additional 800 square feet of space in our weight room!
Initially, I got into the fitness industry because I excelled in gym class and knew I wanted a career that would keep me moving.
In my job I am surrounded by amazing fitness professionals. My coworkers are highly trained, multi-certified, and incredibly motivational…BUT I am not one of them!
It’s that time of year again, the days are longer and people are starting to head outside for workouts.
As we are nearing the end of winter, the days are getting longer, the sun is shining and staying active is sure to keep your spirits bright as we head into warmer months.
Having a goal is taking a dream and doing the work to make it a reality. When we set goals, we are inspired, excited and engaged. The challenge isn’t in having the enthusiasm to create the goal but rather in maintaining the enthusiasm required to achieve that goal.
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