Staying Active to Enjoy Hobbies Like Skiing with Family

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

Member Stories: Sandy and Ken Nahorski

Meet Sandy and Ken Nahorski, this dedicated Elite Sports Club – West Brookfield couple have been coming to the club consistently for over two years. They came to the Milwaukee area several years ago, but have been members of this Elite for going on three years. They previously had lived in Oklahoma most of their lives. Continue reading Member Stories: Sandy and Ken Nahorski

Don’t Stop! Members Motivate Us for the New Year

You may have noticed a few familiar faces around the clubs this month. In an effort to spread a little motivation in the new year, our staff nominated members that they thought had inspiring stories worth sharing. These members then agreed to be photographed and have their story (and image) shared on large posters throughout the clubs. But in case you haven’t made it into the club lately, or just haven’t had a chance to hunt down all the posters, here’s our members who just “DON’T STOP!” Continue reading Don’t Stop! Members Motivate Us for the New Year

Fitness For The Former Fat Girl

215 pounds. There it was. It was staring at me and the nurse on that ugly, white scale. Wait..what?! That can’t be true. I mean, I know in college you tend to gain some, but I couldn’t have gained that much! Denial shot through me like a bullet and then nothing but shame was left. Continue reading Fitness For The Former Fat Girl

Andrew Schreier “Not just a diabetic.”

My name is Andrew (A.J.) Schreier and I have recently passed twelve years working at West Brookfield of Elite Sports Clubs as well as working over eight years now as a primary counselor for addiction and correctional clients. Most notably of milestones however is being a type one diabetic for over seventeen years now. Continue reading Andrew Schreier “Not just a diabetic.”