We’re not in the fitness industry as much as we are in the “lifestyle” industry. While I have worked at over a half a dozen very different health clubs, the biggest thing I have noticed is that the key to long term success is creating daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly habits that last beyond the times you just don’t “feel like working out.” Continue reading Support Your Healthy Lifestyle Change with Recreational Activities
Activity tracker, heart rate monitor, smartwatch, even smart racquets—they count your steps, track your activity, sleep, or even monitor your heart rate 24 hours a day. The choices in health & sports technology are becoming more abundant thanks to all of the new tech that seems to appear almost on a daily basis!
Continue reading More Than Just Steps: Health & Sports Technology Review
Walter Regal and his family have been members at Elite before it even was Elite. They were members 20 years at the Mequon Racquet Club and another 20 years at Highlander, now Elite Sports Club-Brookfield. Walter has managed to use the clubs regularly enough to maintain his fitness levels allowing him to continue with his recreational activities, such as tennis and skiing. Continue reading Staying Active to Enjoy Hobbies Like Skiing with Family
Without a doubt, skiing requires proper training ahead of time to enjoy yourself as well as avoiding injury on the slopes. Whether you are a beginner or a competitive athlete, the following functional ski exercises will be beneficial before your next ski trip. Continue reading Ski Prep Workout
Scott Eigenberg has been with Elite Sports Club – Brookfield for over 2 years now, and during that time we’ve gotten to know him not only as a member services representative, but also as the basketball and table tennis league coordinator. He’s put on some great tournaments over the years too. But did you know that Scott has worked in the fitness & recreation industry since he was in middle school? Learn more about Scott Eigenberg and his lifelong passion for health and fitness. Continue reading Staff Hightlight: Scott Eigenberg