Have you ever had a song lift you up and improve your mood? Sound can lift or lower our mood, our mindset, our sense of well-being, and bring us calm. Science and medicine are supporting the use of sound as supplemental therapies for a number of issues.
Even the best intentions can go astray. It’s easy to get caught up in setting unrealistic wellness goals for yourself, only to be frustrated and disappointed when you fail to achieve them. The key is to find a program that’s sustainable for a lifetime and one that you can follow one day at a time. […]
Ready to rid your house of any leftover candy? This is the time of year when many of us are feeling ready to reset our cravings and jumpstart weight loss ahead of the holidays, so lingering chocolates and sweets can certainly make it feel like an uphill battle.
Here’s a fun FALL workout you can do at home with the family or at PRO Club!
The P-U-M-P-K-I-N workout!
Your favorite PRO Club enrollment classes are headed back to your living room from November 2 to December 22. These classes are taught on ZOOM and mimic the community and experience of an in-personal class.
Join us for Facebook LIVE and Zoom drop-in classes with your favorite instructors, from Vinyasa Flow Yoga to Zumba, Cardio Sculpt and much more.
Autumn is in the air and the holidays are rapidly approaching. PRO Club Group Fitness is here to help keep you healthy and accountable this holiday season. If you want to end 2020 on a fit note, sign up for our Stay Even for the Season Challenge!
PRO Club’s most popular results-oriented class SHRED is starting a 7-week series beginning November 2nd! SHRED is a results-oriented program designed with variety in mind. Each workout provides a blend of strength and cardiovascular training to build power and endurance that builds in intensity over time.
Nothing puts a damper on a great morning like not being able to button your jeans. If you, like many others, suffer from a tendency to put weight on around your abdomen, take caution with these habits.
The benefits of taking brief movement breaks have been well-researched. Sitting for long periods whether at your desk, the TV, or in a class—puts you at higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, depression, and obesity.