Tagged: competitive sports

Member Stories: Geoff Mykleby – Successful Swimming

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 […]

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Is Carb-Loading Before a Swim Meet a Good Idea?

For all those who participated in high school sports, you are probably familiar with the event called “carb-loading” or a “carbo-cram.” This involves eating large amounts of carbohydrate-rich foods the day prior to a big sporting event. The thought behind this nutrition technique is to maximize energy levels before an endurance competition. Does it really […]

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Member Stories: Margaret and Rose O’Leary – Senior Olympics

Members of Elite Sports Clubs join for many different reasons. Some join to make it their casual workout center. Others join to play tennis. And then there are those, like Margaret and Rose O’Leary who use it to satisfy their competitive nature no matter their age. These competitive sisters use the clubs to play recreational […]

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Youth Resistance Training: Should my child start weight training?

By Paul Alexander, Personal Training Director, Elite Sports Clubs-North Shore Each year, a growing number of children join highly competitive sports. Three-year-olds are playing tennis. By age 8, kids are involved in select soccer. What’s next – golf for diaper dandies? With competitive sports on the rise, it seems everyone is looking for an edge. […]

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