DON’T: Skip Your Warm-Up. Tennis demands a lot from your body – jumping into a tennis match without having warmed-up is like making a snow angel in your swimsuit.
DO: Make sure your pre-match warm-up consists of some light cardio and a few tennis specific warm-up drills. And don’t forget to stretch after warming up – wouldn’t want to pull those hammys! Continue reading →
By Melissa Abramovich, Elite Sports Club-River Glen Personal Trainer
Movement screens are tools personal trainers use to help determine what exercises are appropriate, and what issues you may have with how you move that could be improved through exercise. Continue reading →
By Rita Larsen, RD, CD; Elite Sports Clubs Dietitian and Nutrition Counselor
Recently I had the fortune of arriving at my Aunt Mary’s house, and found that she had made my favorite Rum Cake for dessert. My mouth watered as the flashbacks of eating that wonderful cake began to return to memory. It was warm, light on the inside, and crunchy on the outside and rich with rum flavor! Before I had my coat off, I thought it wouldn’t be that bad just this once, to have not just one, but two slices of the cake when it was served. The anticipation was building! Continue reading →
We’re extremely proud of our members. Over the years their work out agendas and sporting endeavors serve as healthy examples of how it feels to be “Elite,” and how exercise not only adds years to your life, but life to your years! Today we’d like to highlight another member’s experience: Continue reading →
In honor of Thanksgiving we present you a list of 10 healthy things to be thankful for.
Family & Friends Sure they can get on your nerves and sure, sometimes, when you’re confined in a building with your family for the entire day you question your decision to come to this event. But they’re your support system, a shoulder to cry on, people to share accomplishments and adventures with – you wouldn’t be you without them! Continue reading →