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At-Home Biking Workout to Burn Calories

Cycling is a great form of cardiovascular exercise. It will get your heart pumping, and therefore improve its efficiency. Also, you can expect to burn a lot of calories. Just how many calories burned biking will be determined by the intensity, size of the rider, and duration. Here are a few biking workouts that will […]

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Calming Anxiety with Meditation

If you are feeling tense, stressed, nervous, or restless, meditation is a great way to calm your mind. The following practices are two really easy tools that can help to ease your anxiety in the short-term, so that you can refocus your energy in a positive direction.

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Tennis Pro Highlight: Andres Bustani

Andres Bustani is a tennis pro at Elite Sports Club-West Brookfield. He joins our talented tennis staff with over 20 years of tennis experience and is looking to share his passion of the game with Elite’s members. Learn more about Andres in this tennis pro highlight!

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Which Les Mills Class is Right for You?

Depending on what you are trying to accomplish, or what muscle groups you are looking to train, the various Les Mills classes can help you in different ways. If you’re not sure which Les Mills class is right for you, we’ve created this guide to help you decide.

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Staff Highlight: Melissa Fassbender

Melissa Fassbender is the Front Desk Manager at Elite Sports Club-North Shore. Learn more about Melissa and her advice on getting the most out of the club!

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5 Benefits of Choosing Elite Sports Clubs for Child Swim Lessons

The earlier you can start your child out in swim lessons, the better. The ability to swim is an essential safety skill. If they learn at a young age, they can utilize those skills for their entire lives and improve upon them as they go, potentially resulting in extracurriculars in competitive swimming. There are a […]

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Pushing Your Body to New Heights

The body will always try to find the path of least resistance. If one muscle isn’t working, it will find other pathways. If your body can rig a shortcut, it will do so. Because of this tendency, we have to push ourselves, challenging our bodies to work outside their comfort zone. That may mean working […]

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Now is a Great Time to Pick Up Tennis | A Social Distancing Sport

Most sports like basketball, football, soccer, and hockey involve frequent contact among players. Obviously that’s not ideal during a global pandemic. If you’re looking to try a sport with little to no contact, tennis is an excellent choice.

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