Trek n' Train Group Exercise Class Review

Trek n’ Train Group Exercise Class Review

Trek n’ Train is a relatively new class at Elite, and before I get into the details, let me just say that this class is so much more fun than I had anticipated! I’ve tried a lot of classes at all of the Elite clubs, and Trek n’ Train keeps the workout fun, versatile, and challenging. Continue reading

4 Ways to Take a Leap This Year

4 Ways to Take a Leap This Year

It’s still early in the year which means you still have plenty of time to get started with some of those new year’s resolutions. But…do you really?

Often times people like to put things on the back burner because, “there’s still time.” But then all of a sudden December rolls around again…is there still time?

This February is playing host to a leap day—a whole bonus day to do whatever. So why not take a little risk and try something new? Here are a few ideas to start with. Continue reading

5 Reasons You Should Workout in a Pool

5 Reasons You Should Workout in a Pool

Water exercise builds cardio, strength, and resistance all while being easy on the joints. While we have a tendency to think that water classes are only for seniors, it’s important to recognize this type of exercise benefits people of all ages looking for a challenging workout! Here’s a few reasons why you should consider a workout in a pool as an added component to your fitness regime. Continue reading

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Water

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Water

Finding out if you get enough water and why is it important, are the two most compelling questions that surround the issue of fluid intake. Most scientists say that men can average about 15 cups of fluids per day especially in the summer, while women can average about 11 cups. Much of this calculation has to do with the temperature outside and if you are doing your workout outdoors. In this post we’ll discuss how much water you actually need and when, how it relates to weight loss, and some info on water bottles. Continue reading

Elite Member Stories Ali Pollack- recruited to Columbia women's tennis team

Member Stories: Ali Pollack, recruited to Columbia women’s tennis team

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:

Elite Sports Clubs member first student athlete in Wisconsin recruited to Columbia University’s Women’s Tennis Team

Alexandra (Ali) Pollack, a senior at University School of Milwaukee and a member at Elite Sports Clubs, has committed to play collegiate tennis at Columbia University and is the first student athlete in Wisconsin to ever be recruited to play for Columbia’s tennis team, an NCAA Division One Program in the Ivy League Conference. Elite Sports Clubs has offered the state’s largest tennis program for the last 30 years with year-round beginner to advanced programs for adults and children. At present, Elite coaches train over 35 nationally ranked junior players as well as 145 ranked players in the Midwest. Continue reading