Quality Fitness That Fits Your Lifestyle
TEMPORARILY CLOSED - Here at Club 1000 we strive to put all the tools you need to achieve success right at your finger tips. With improved programming, knowledgeably professional staff, and an environment free of distractions nothing stands in your way of your goal! If you are ready to take aim at a healthier, happier you, we welcome you to the new Club 1000.
But it's not just "all work-out" at Club 1000! Escape from the everyday and reward yourself with a little time to yourself. Come enjoy a refreshing cup of gourmet coffee, read the paper, or bring your favorite book. At Club 1000, you can relax, unwind and rejuvenate in whatever manner you choose.
WE ARE CLUB 1000
The same team members you've always loved with an improved look and feel. Club 1000 welcomes its new management company which brings some awesome new programs and perks your way!
Workout of the month
This is an intermediate level workout that is designed to burn fat and build lean muscle mass through a series of short, intense intervals. Try it out today!
Push Up Burpees - 3 sets of 20 reps
Start in standing position, jump up, then place hands on floor and jump back into plank position. Lower down for a push up, press back up and jump the feet back in towards the hands. Jump up again and you have now completed one rep! Burpees are a fantastic total body exercise that increase the heart rate, burn calories, and strengthen the upper body, lower body, and core!
Air Squats - 3 Sets of 20 Reps
With arms parallel to the ground or hands at your waist, bend knees and lower the body down into a seated position. Keep the knees in line with the toes and place all of your weight in your hips. Keep the chest tall and back in neutral alignment. Squats are great for building strength in all the muscles of the lower body.
Butterfly Sit-ups - 3 Sets of 30 Reps
Laying flat on your back, place bottom of the feet together with knees bent into a butterfly shape. With finger tips behind the ears, core engaged, lift the shoulder blades of the floor and curl upper body up towards the feet. Keep the neck and head in neutral alignment being sure not to crunch the chin down into the chest.