Tagged: motivation

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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Trainer Highlight: Kailyn Danhouser

Kailyn Danhouser is a certified personal trainer at the River Glen and North Shore locations of Elite Sports Clubs. Kailyn loves to help people of all types feel healthier and move better. Learn all about Kailyn Danhouser and her philosophy on fitness and exercise!

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Recovering From Vacation – Getting Back Into Gear

You’ve just gone on a nice relaxing vacation. You’ve given your body and mind time to rest. But now you’re home and it’s time to get back to your routine. It can be tough to find motivation to get back in the habit because you don’t want to work out or you don’t want your […]

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Doing More to Achieve Results

  Are you always active and feel like you should be losing weight but aren’t? A lot of aspects of work and life keep us active and feeling exhausted, and yet we don’t see any weight loss results. The key might be doing more than what you’re already doing even though you might already feel […]

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The Benefits of Setting High Goals

In today’s post, since we’re focused on aiming high in all aspects of our lives this month, let’s discuss some of the upsides of setting definitive, high goals.

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Lessons: A Foundation for the Future

With structured and focused instruction, lessons can be a gateway to a new hobby for kids, and can also lay the groundwork for life-long skills. Here are some positive results from taking lessons early on.

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Hold Yourself Accountable by Tracking Activity

Statistics are useful in so many different ways. Just like in business, healthcare, and science, health and fitness metrics can be analyzed over a period of time to reveal trends. These trends can be used to help determine what future actions should be taken. If you already have goals you’re working towards, tracking activity on […]

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STOP with the Negativity

Today is the day to STOP. Stop it all – all the negative thoughts, excuses, skipping workouts, working out only for an occasion, talking yourself out of trying that thing you want to do. Stop letting yourself miss out on how great you can be!

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5 Tips to Get Back on the Fitness Wagon

It can be easy to get out of your routine and fall off the fitness wagon. When the sun and sand seem like appealing options, exercise tends to get replaced by overindulging in food and drinks. But guess what, it’s okay every once in awhile, just as long as you have self control. If you […]

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Strength is More Than Just Lifting Heavy Objects

When you define strength, you probably think of the ability to move or lift heavy objects. However, strength can be measured in many different ways and can have many definitions. Being strong in all areas is much needed for your overall health and well-being.

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