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:
Geoff Mykleby has been a long-time member of Elite Sports Clubs with his wife Kathy. A regular swimmer for most of his life, Geoff still competes at a high level after training hard at the clubs. Learn about some of his latest triumphs on the national stage!
(more…)Elite Sports Clubs dietitian Sarah Brunner was featured on Fox 6’s Real Milwaukee in a segment titled “Snack This, Not That.” Sarah gave healthy alternative for common snack choices and demonstrated some healthy snack recipes. If you want to try some of the recipes mentioned, they are listed below! (more…)
Our tennis pros often get a funny look from our older students when we tell them we are going to do some work with low compression tennis balls. They assume we only use those for little kids. However, there are a number of benefits from training with compression tennis balls, even for experienced players. (more…)
In the first blog of our Cancer and Exercise series, we discussed why exercise was beneficial for survival and tolerance of treatment. In this post, we’ll be discussing what types of exercise will be beneficial, and how you can fit them in, post-diagnosis.
According to the National Cancer Institute, by the end of 2018, “over half a million Americans will lose their lives to cancer, and more than 1.7 million men and women will be newly diagnosed with this devastating illness.” What you eat plays an important role, whether you’re trying to prevent cancer, going through treatment, or are in remission. We will discuss the nutritional recommendations regarding cancer prevention, after the diagnosis, and survivorship. (more…)