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We’re sorry all Sport&Health locations are now temporarily closed.  We miss you already so watch for future updates here or our own Facebook page. Check out our at-home workouts so you can stay fit and active until we reopen.

Tips on Nutrition for Business Travelers

Whether the business keeps you on the road most days or just a few days a year, it’s hard to eat right while you travel. What can you do to maintain a healthy lifestyle that includes good nutrition while working out of a hotel room? . 


4th of July Holiday Club Hours

Hi members, please see the holiday hours listed below for your club location.


Key to Staying in Shape While You Travel

Travel is an important part of business, but it can complicate things. All the critical parts of a healthy lifestyle are potentially interrupted when one is on the road. 


Memorial Day Hours

We wish everyone a safe and happy Memorial Day, please be aware that we will be closing early at 5:00 p.m. on Memorial Day.


8 Reasons To Practice Restorative Yoga

With all the camps, youth groups, playdates, and sporting games in play during the summer you might wondering how in the world can you get a moment of peace in the sunshine to yourself let alone enough time for a good workout. Well ladies, we’ve found a great way for the busy fit mom to have her cake and eat it too; and this one doesn’t have to fit into your macros!


Summer Grazing

Summer is almost here and we’re looking forward to spending more time in the sun and shaking off our winter shells. Perhaps our most favorite summer pastimes are grilling and eating al fresco with friends and family or traveling and vacationing where we can explore new dining experiences.


Sport&Health Easter Holiday Hours

Due to Easter Sunday, we will observe the following modified Club hours...



National Pancake Day Recipe



3 Ways To Spring Back Into Your Fitness Goals With Spring right around the corner it’s time to add fuel to your New Year’s fitness resolutions. Every fitness journey is full of ups and downs, stalled progress, and moments of mental and physical fatigue. If you’re currently feeling yourself getting off track from your fitness goals due to time constraints, family, or life in general the first (and probably the best) thing to do is to not beat yourself up over it. The second-best thing you can do is quickly figure out a way to refuel your fire and once again start blazing a trail towards success. Whenever I’m feeling like I’m in a slump or I’m experiencing stalled motivation I use one of these three tools below to help jump start my mojo, I hope one of these strategies will resonate with you and get you back on track right in time for Spring. #1. Use An Accountability Mirror This has been one of the most powerful tools for me by far and one that I incorporate into my daily routine regardless if I’m stuck in a fitness rut or not. However, in order for the accountability mirror to actually be effective you have to be willing to be brutally honest with yourself; after all, what good is it to hold yourself accountable in half truth? The accountability mirror can be a very powerful tool. You certainly don’t need to be cruel to yourself, but you must cut the through the excuses and the internal lies you may have been telling yourself in the past in order to yield actual results. To put this into effect, rethink your current fitness goal and break it down into daily actionable steps you can take to help you achieve it. Once you’ve got your daily goal write it on your bathroom mirror with a dry erase marker. Now every time you wake up your objective is to walk in front of that mirror, look yourself dead in the eye and state your daily goal out loud including why it’s important to you. Then, every night before you retire to bed your objective is to stand in front of that same mirror, look yourself dead in the eye and either praise yourself for hitting your goal for the day or explain to yourself that no excuse is viable for allowing yourself to fail and verbalizing an action plan to avoid failure the following day. This may sound a little woo-woo for some, but if it’s good enough for your favorite basketball player to do on a daily basis then it’s worth a shot, right? #2. Attach Your Goal To An Even Larger Commitment Physique competitions, Tough Mudders, 5k runs-you know what each of these have in common? The natural result of preparation for these events usually causes the contestants to get in the best shape of lives. If you’re currently struggling to get back on track with your fitness goals it may be because your vision isn’t attached to a large enough commitment to kick your dedication into high gear. Studies have shown that we are more likely to achieve larger more unrealistic goals with bigger commitments than smaller more realistic goals- because we know the smaller goals are easier to obtain, in most cases we’ll subconsciously allow ourselves to procrastinate and postpone execution. While being the next first place winner at The Cross Fit games may not be a desire of yours, as they say, “Aim for the stars, if you miss at least you’ll land on the moon.” #3. Get Competitive With Your Friends So maybe competing with a bunch of strangers in order to pull yourself out of your fitness slump isn’t your cup of tea, fair enough. But have you ever considered some good old friendly competition with your closest buddies? Towards the middle of last November, I started running outside at 4:00 a.m. every morning as I had felt my body becoming too pampered with its warm and toasty indoor cardio sessions on the Stair master. When a friend of mine caught wind of my new endeavor he asked me if I’d be interested in doing a run challenge with him for the rest of the month. He told me that he’d like to make a friendly wager for bragging rights and see who could run 50 miles or more outside and even though I had never run more than 1.5 miles at a time my highly competitive self happily accepted his challenge. What was the result? Well, not only did I end up logging a total of 54 miles in 18 days and beating my friend by more than 20 miles, I also dramatically increased my endurance, and lost a little over 7.5 pounds. There’s something about competition that tends to bring out the best of us and fortunately or unfortunately with most fitness goals the only person you’re competing with is yourself. If you have some close friends who are as passionate about living a healthy lifestyle as you are you might want to consider getting together and doing some mini challenges with one another to keep you on track to reaching your fitness goals. Whatever reason you may have used to allow you to fall back from your fitness goals, just know that there’s no time like the present to spring back into action. If you currently use one of these three strategies to rekindle the fire inside or you have other tactics that you incorporate in your daily life to keep you on track, I’d love to hear about it! Feel free to leave us a comment below or reach out to us on our social networks so we can have a community discussion and help one another live our best lives!


What Our Clients Say

During all of my interactions, the staff has been friendly and helpful!

Chris E.

What a great gym! Chang Yi and his staff are exceptional. I have been a member of this gym for over 10 years, you can definitely see a lot of new equipment, new staff, and new positive energy.

Funk J.

I am beyond satisfied with the service I have received, the excellent new equipment, and the results I have achieved in such a small amount of time. During the past month I lost weight and dropped one dress size.

J L.

There is a wide variety of machines and fitness tools to use throughout the facility and every time I have been in to workout it has been completely spotless. Looking forward to continuing to meet my fitness goals with this great company.

Nicholas G.

This is a great gym with more than everything one needs in a gym! The equipment is good and the cardio area is bright and energetic. There is ample room for free weights and stretching. I have found the classes to all be excellent with very good instructors. And, an added bonus is free, available parking.

Diane C.

This is a great place to work out and get fit! I've workout out here a couple of times and you are greeted with a smile the moment you arrive at the club! All the staff members are very helpful!

Orvel D.

The staff is friendly and helpful. The GM was great and helped me with my membership. overall, it's a great place to work out.

Tim M.

Sport&Health is where I began my fitness journey over a year ago. Ever since joining I have felt 100% at home every time I walked through the front door. The staff, trainers, and management have been nothing but uplifting and accommodating and the renovations have only made the gym better.

Carly M.

I would highly recommend this gym to anyone who is searching for a family,friendly atmosphere. You won't regret!

Sau F.

The staff is so friendly and accommodating, and the gym is awesome. So clean with a wide range of equipment. Totally recommend!

Kara S.

Excellent gym. Awesome classes as well as weight rooms and plenty of aerobic machines. Staff is exceptional.

Holly M.

In love with the gym. Adorable environment, lovely and friendly staff that I have a big respect! Everything is organized and always cleaned!! Also great and professional trainers who are always ready to help you. Awesome place for family and friends. I enjoy every moment when I am there.

Lilo M.

Sport n health is my happy place! It's like my second home. The staff is friendly, approachable, knowledgeable and helpful. The upgrades to the equipment have been awesome and made my workouts fun and challenging. The vibe at sport n health is awesome. As a woman I feel comfortable and accepted and always am excited to walk into the club!

Christin P.

Super-dedicated instructors, trainers, and staff!

Ashley N.

Administration and staff are so helpful and willing to talk to you and give you the time of day. Knowledgable and friendly!

Lanier M.

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