The big day for turkey and all the trimmings will be here next week. The Training Centre will be open from 7am – 1pm, so bring all the family in to workout together before the big feast!

All classes will run as scheduled during the morning hours, so come do the Turkey Trot with us!

With all the new technology out there, it’s easier for folks to break into your car! When locking your car remotely, hit your lock key/button THREE TIMES! This will scramble the security signal to a degree that thieves can’t get in!

Remember folks….Memorial Day is Monday, May 30th! We’re open for you and your guests or visiting family to work out from 7am – 1pm. After that, go enjoy family and friends with a healthy cookout and great outdoor activities!

The Training Centre was well represented on Saturday, May 7th in Seven Springs for the annual “Mud on the Mountain!” The course threw some wicked obstacles, 30 in all at the group that traversed 8 miles along the way.

Andrea Peck placed 3rd overall for Females with a time of 1 hour and 38 minutes……you go girlfriend……huge congrats!

The 2016 Mudders: Matt Sondej, Kehle Pelles and boyfriend James, Missy & Dave Konitsney, Rebecca Rawlings, Mike McNabb and girlfriend Jenine, Jared Reck and Andrea Peck.

Thanks for representing us…..we are so proud of all of you!!!

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. One in eight women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime. Each year it is estimated that over 220,000 women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die. Please take all the necessary steps toward early detection and encourage others to do the same!

Performing monthly breast exams is a must! When breast cancer is detected early (localized stage), the 5-year survival rate is 98%! Early warning signs of breast cancer may involve the discovery of a new lump or a change in the breast tissue or skin.

Mammogram Recommendations for All Women:
* Women 40 and older should have mammograms every one or two years.
* Women who are younger than 40 and have risk factors for breast cancer should as their healthcare professional whether mammograms are advisable and how often to have them.

Proper screening, increased awareness, and early detection are necessary if we are to continue the decline in breast cancer incidence rates. The National Breast Cancer Foundation partners with medical facilities across the country, providing FREE mammograms and diagnostic breast cancer services to underserved women through the NBCF National Mammography Program. To learn more please go to their website

Summer is right around the corner, so get ready for those warmer temps and their impact on training. Drink at least 16 – 20 ounces prior to training….proper hydration is key to sustaining your workouts in warmer temps. If you haven’t eaten in 3+ hours, eat a light snack of mainly fast-digesting carbs (fruits, bars, shakes, etc.) with just a touch of protein no less than 20 -30 minutes prior to training. (The ratio should be 2:1 or 3:1 carbs to proteins).
If you’re doing an extensive workout or are outside, make sure your drink has an electrolyte component that includes sodium….need to replenish what sweat has depleted.
Hydrate continuously during your workouts for optimal performance and muscle health…..and remember…..always put some fun in your training!!!

Summer is right around the corner, so pick up a copy of our “Spring Fling 30-Day Challenge” to get you in top shape! Here’s a condensed, three-section exercise guide that will get you stronger, leaner and boost your energy out the roof! All exercises are to be done daily with varying rest days, so….pick up your copy today!

Join us in navigating the holiday season to stay on your fitness track! Check out the weekly core exercises, try a new class, conquer 24 miles of cardio and enjoy healthy recipes of traditional favorites and new, yummy recipes! We’ve even thrown in helpful tips to survive the season….so come on….join in the fun!

Yep, it’s back….10,000 steps a day for tons of health benefits! If you consistently walk 10,000 steps a day & start eating a “healthier” diet, within three months, you’ll drop 20 – 30 lbs!

The goal is to increase your steps each week by 500 per day until you are normally walking 10,000 steps daily. Wear a pedometer from wake-up to bedtime to track your steps. You may be surprised at how many (or how few) steps you take each day.

Make the commitment to gradually improve both your exercise and eating habits. Take your time….this is a journey to improve yourself….enjoy the journey!