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How to Break a Fitness Plateau

Generally speaking, we are happier when we are making progress. When we stop making progress, like during a fitness plateau, we tend to get easily frustrated. Whether it’s weight loss, building muscle, or learning a new skill, the key to overcoming a standstill in progress is variety. According to research, a body will adapt to […]

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How to Do a Flip Turn

Lap swimming is one of the best forms of exercise, because it combines cardio with water resistance. Plus, it’s easier on the joints. A key component of swimming laps is the flip turn, which allows you to keep moving continuously. We put together a short flip turn tutorial so you can maximize your effectiveness in […]

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FODMAPs and GI Distress in Exercise

Do you experience GI distress during your workouts? FODMAPs may be the source. The FODMAP diet has been scientifically proven to reduce symptoms in patients suffering from IBS and has been shown in small studies to be effective in reducing GI symptoms in endurance athletes.

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Member Stories: Cana Comer – Life in the Fast Lane

When we say everyone trains for a variety of reasons, we really mean it. A perfect example is highlighted by Elite member Cana Comer, who trains to enhance her ability to race cars! Learn about her hobby of automobile racing and how physical fitness enhances drivers’ abilities out on the track.

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Bringing Guests to the Club

Elite members are welcome to bring non-member guests to the club for a nominal fee. With the exception of member-exclusive events, we encourage you to bring guests to the club so they can get a taste of the “Elite Life.” Here is the Elite Sports Clubs guest policy and examples of opportunities where you could […]

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What Size Racquet Should My Child Be Using?

Choosing the right sized racquet is important for the development of junior tennis players. Whether you have a child just starting out or one that has outgrown their current racquet, we’ve put together this handy guide on child tennis racquet sizes.

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Turkey vs. Chicken: Which is Better Protein?

Turkey is a popular choice for sub sandwiches, deli meat, and is traditionally eaten during holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. But what nutritional value does it hold? How does it stack up to other protein-rich sources like chicken. Let’s compare the two types of meat.

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5 Reasons Why You DO Have Time to Workout

You have probably heard the often quoted “a one hour workout is only 4% of your day” mantra. Well, it’s true! And it’s up to YOU to decide how you allocate those hours of your days. So, here’s a few reasons why you do actually have time to workout.

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