Quinn Dye is a group exercise instructor at our Elite Sports Club – Brookfield location. Her own personal experience as a “cardio junkie” and a run in with another instructor is what drove her to become an instructor herself. Here’s your chance to get to know Quinn and possibly try one of her classes! Continue reading Instructor Highlight: Quinn Dye
Recently we have been highlighting our awesome team group exercise instructors. But we don’t want you to miss out on all the other staff we have here at Elite. So, as we continue to feature instructors, we’d like you to “meet” some of our support staff too. First up is Alex Bronek, he’s worked for a few of our Elite locations and in many roles. Continue reading Staff Highlight: Alex Bronek
Elite Sports Club – Brookfield announced that it has hired two new tennis pros – Saulo Gonzales, who was born in Venezuela and Guy David, born in Australia. Both pros are under the direction of Elite Sports Club – Brookfield Tennis Director, Aniela Neuberger, who, also, has an international background. She is from South Africa and was a three-time All-American, singles and doubles player for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Neuberger also is a multi-national champion in all age groups and was the Assistant Coach for Marquette University’s Women’s Tennis team. Continue reading Elite Sports Clubs Adds Two International Tennis Pros to Staff
As the newest member of the Elite trainers team, I thought it might be relevant to outline the path that helped facilitate my participation in a lifestyle of health and fitness.
I was in involved in a rather serious motorcycle accident years ago, that left me with a specific lower back injury that could only be described as complex and very debilitating. After years of enduring many types of physical therapy and countless chiropractic adjustments, I was unable
to function normally, even losing a dream job because of the inability to sit at a desk. The unpredictable nature of the injury and the intensity of the pain that could be triggered by even the simplest movement, started to negatively impact my life mentally, emotionally, and physically. Continue reading Staff Stories: My Recovery Without Surgery
By Danielle Holtzman, Elite Sports Clubs Concierge
In 1999 my mother was diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer. She went through a lumpectomy, chemo, and radiation and seemed to be on the road to recovery. We were very optimistic. Our belief was that she had beat breast cancer and it would never worry us again. Continue reading Staff Stories: “Our decision was simple.”