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Important Terms about Health Clubs

Many people who want to improve their physical fitness decide to join a health club. A typical club sports a wide range of equipment, including weights and treadmills, to help members achieve their goals. If you’ve never belonged to a health club, you may be unfamiliar with the terminology you may encounter, so below we’ll define certain words often used in the industry.

  • Gym – The most commonly used term for a health club. Aside from a variety of weights and other athletic equipment, gyms often have areas where one can play sports such as basketball and racquetball. Also called a fitness center.
  • Pilates – A physical fitness system that involves a series of exercises intended to improve flexibility, strength, and endurance. It is usually performed on a mat, sometimes with the aid of props such as exercise balls. The system is named after its inventor, Joseph Pilates.
  • Yoga – An exercise system that originated in India, whose purpose is to promote greater control over the body and mind. Its practitioners often credit it with relieving stress and increasing physical flexibility, among other benefits. Although yoga traditionally has a religious aspect, classes taught in gyms generally emphasize its physical health benefits.
  • Aerobics – A type of workout routine that promotes strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular health. This is done though a wide variety of sustained athletic exercises, often including but not restricted to jogging, swimming, and cycling.
  • Free weights – Weights, such as dumbbells and barbells, that are not attached to a weightlifting apparatus. They differ from weight machines in allowing a greater range of movement.
    International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Assn.
    Boston, MA 02210
    Rediscover the importance of being healthy and fit through our prestigious association. Dedicated to promoting sports, health, and overall wellness together through our association.
    Health Club Directory
    Saint Charles, MO 63304
    Find the workout that is best for you by trying yoga, zumba, Pilates and kickboxing classes at our local Dallas area health centers. Improving your overall health is our main goal.
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    The Ranch Health Club
    10010 N Macarthur Blvd, Irving, TX 75063
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    (972) 401-8387
    User Review: "Here is only some of the issues with the ranch health club: the lighting is so bright you have to wear your sunglasses,..." - Corinne (TX)
    Gold's Gym
    1332 Belt Line Rd, Garland, TX 75040
    Gold's Gym Garland has the latest cardio & strength training equipment plus group classes, personal training & diverse amenities. Call or visit our site for a Free Trial Membership!
    (972) 675-6102
    Classic Beauty Concepts
    1615 West Abram Street, Arlington`, TX 76013
    Classic Beauty Concepts has set the bar on skin care services for the past twenty five years. Owner / President Dixie Medford is world renowned in the fields of permanent and corrective cosmetics and
    (866) 234-7456
    Uptown Athletic Club
    2425 Mckinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 871-0432
    Gold's Gym
    2425 Mckinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 306-9000
    Doug's Gym
    2010 1/2 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 742-3758
    Pulse Fitness LP
    300 N Akard St Ste 130, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 855-0900
    24 Hour Fitness
    700 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 220-2423
    110 N Akard St, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 744-1230
    Doug's Gym
    2010 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75201
    (214) 742-3758
    Diesel Fitness
    3120 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
    (214) 219-6400
    Diesel Fitness
    3102 Oak Lawn Ave Ste 300, Dallas, TX 75219
    (214) 219-6400
    Maple Ave Boxing Gym
    4020 Maple Ave, Dallas, TX 75219
    (214) 812-9400
    Uptown Energy Fitness
    2901 Cityplace West Blvd Ste 100, Dallas, TX 75204
    (214) 219-1900
    Fitness Essentials
    3818 Cedar Springs Rd Ste 101, Dallas, TX 75219
    (214) 528-5535

    Health clubs give their members access to gym equipment that they can use to improve their physical health and appearance. Many health clubs also offer exercise classes and personal training services. The specific types of fitness equipment and classes that a gym provides, can differ from one location to another. You should, therefore, consider the specific types of options that an athletic club can offer before joining. Some health clubs have indoor and outdoor pools. Pools help people stay fit by participating in zero impact cardio workouts. The sports club might also use the pool to teach children and adults how to swim or dive. The pool is also often used for aquatic fitness and aerobics Many gyms have free weight sets and workout equipment that gives members the chance to participate in strength training. Some of the equipment allows members to lift weights without a spotter. In many cases, people feel that the machines offer more control than free weights. The option that you choose, however, mostly depends on your preference and ability. If you are interested in taking pilates, yoga or aerobics classes, then you will want to find a gym that offers these classes. Many gyms now offer group athletic classes to encourage their members to visit regularly. In addition to sports and workout facilities, a gym might also have a spa that can help you recover from exercise or physical condition. The spa might offer various services such as massage therapy, hot stone massage, saunas and whirlpools. You can learn more about the health clubs in your area by searching the internet and reading their websites.
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