When deciding on a face mask to wear while working out there are numerous options. Breathability, structure, and material are all factors to consider. We took the top three leading workout face mask brands: JAANUU, Outdoor Research, and Under Armour and put them to the test with our Group fitness Director, Staci Alden. Watch the video or read more below to determine the right workout face mask for you.
Treat yourself or your dearest Valentine to a transformative experience to feel pampered and rejuvenated. We’ve paired the sweetest collection of relaxation inducing treatments to express your admiration.
We’re excited to share new service updates that make more of PRO’s activities available to you. Here’s what’s new! Governor Inslee announced that King County can move into Phase 2 beginning Monday, February 1st. This is great news!
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer. It is also the easiest to treat and prevent. Here’s how you can lower your risk of developing skin cancer.
We asked our team of experts in the Medical Spa to tell us about the newest skin care trends positioned to dominate 2021. Read on to learn about what you should have on your radar to achieve the most luminous, youthful, healthy skin this year.
Now that January is here, it is valid to approach the new year by setting goals and adopting a new mentality. However, don’t forget to B.A.R.(Breathe, Acknowledge, and React)!
What’s the best part about the holiday season? The presents? The decorations? Let’s be honest – it’s the food. There is no need to miss out, or deprive yourself from your favorite treats. Keep yourself energized this season… without the sugar rush.
PRO Club Group Fitness is now offering both virtual and outdoor classes. We are expeditiously re-vamping our schedule to pivot to the recent closure orders by Governor Inslee. Thank you for your patience.
Having trouble sleeping? You’re not alone, lack of sleep feeds into the stress cycle by affecting your memory, judgment, and mood, making you much more susceptible to feeling stressed.
Fall and winter usually mean increased risk of getting sick from the cold or flu, but with the additional risk of contracting COVID-19 it is even more important to take steps to stay healthy this year.