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Nutrition Breakdown of Girl Scout Cookies

As Girl Scout cookie season approaches, it may be time to take a closer look at how your favorites rank in terms of calories, fat, and sugar content per serving. Here’s a breakdown of Girl Scout cookie nutrition (or rather lack thereof).

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Member Stories: Russ Sagmoen – Elite Supports My Active Lifestyle

Russ Sagmoen, a member at Elite-North Shore and River Glen, has utilized just about everything Elite has to offer to support his active lifestyle. From childcare services to Red Light Therapy to group exercise, see how he was able to quickly bounce back after shoulder surgery and continue to be a role model for his […]

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Results from The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge 2020

Another successful year of The Wellness & Lifestyle Challenge, or TWLC, is in the books. Congrats to all who participated. We’re proud of all the progress everyone made, and we hope you accomplished the goals you set for yourselves. It’s called a challenge for a reason, so all your hard work and dedication paid off. […]

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11 Heart-Healthy Cooking Tips

To raise awareness for heart disease and prevention, February is marked as American Heart Month. Do your heart a favor and try out some of these heart-healthy cooking tips!

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Elite’s Playroom Offers Variety for Kids

Elite Sports Clubs strives to give you the best environment for your fitness and health goals. We offer activities for all ages, and the experience that children have at our clubs is just as important as our adult members. Read about our gym childcare and playroom offerings here.

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Indoor Cycling: The Perfect Winter Workout

We all know how unpredictable Wisconsin weather can be. While exercising outdoors has its benefits, the weather still limits the types of exercises you can perform. Even for the avid cyclist, snow, ice, and wind can make it too difficult to ride outdoors during the winter. That’s why indoor cycling classes (aka spin classes) are […]

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Nutrition Takeaways from Your Blood Lipid Panel

A blood lipid panel will assess your risk of developing cardiovascular disease and can help monitor your current treatment plan if you are already diagnosed. If you do not have any risk factors for heart disease or diabetes, a blood test performed every 4 to 6 years may be sufficient. Yearly or more frequent blood […]

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Stop Saying Tomorrow

Establishing and maintaining lifestyle changes can be challenging. The perceived difficulty alone can discourage us from ever even attempting to change our behaviors. However, success can be found through a multi-step process that includes setting goals, staying accountable, and reflecting on your progress. Stop saying tomorrow and follow these steps to get where you want […]

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