Low energy levels coupled with concerns about being weak and underweight prompted Anjli’s husband to convince her to join Rock Creek Sports Club about two years ago. This was only the beginning.
All happy hour workouts take place on Fridays at 6:30pm in the studio.
Jan. 3: BODYPUMP w/ Tricia
Jan. 10: Bootcamp Conditioning w/ Craig
Jan. 17: ASA! African Dance w/ Akosua
Jan. 21: Zumba w/ Hannah
New Small Group Classes Coming In December
Cardio Express Yoga with Suzanne: Tuesdays 6:00-6:45am
Tread and Shread with Adele – a treadmill class: Tuesdays 11am-noon
We have so many members doing so many amazing things here at Rock Creek Sports Club! Read about them on our Member Highlights Page!
Summer is here! And you know what that means, tons of fresh fruit and vegetables are in season. And we don’t know about you guys, but here at Rock Creek Sports Club, one our favorite summer-time treats is definitely watermelon.
Why? Well, not only is it delicious, but it’s packed with so many amazing nutritional benefits, you’ll want to pick one up on your way home from work after reading this list.
It seems like every day we learn about a Rock Creek Sports Club member who is working on a big project, achieving something amazing, or doing something wonderful for the community. Today we would like to recognize member Philip Dine, author of the recently released book, State of the Unions: How Labor Can Strengthen the Middle Class, Improve Our Economy, and Regain Political Influence.
When some of your favorite activities include rock climbing, scuba diving, and road racing motorcycles, you definitely have to stay fit! Which is why you’ll see one of our favorite couples — and our newest Members of the Quarter — Sam Fleming and Melissa Berkoff in the gym training several times a week getting ready for their next big adventure.
You learn something new every day here at Rock Creek Sports Club. For example, today we learned Chi- Chi- Chia pets from the 80s were actually sprouting from an amazing edible seed full of nutrients and antioxidants!
The chia Seed is an edible seed grown in Mexico, and can actually be traced back to the diets of ancient Mayans and Aztecs and now it’s making a comeback as an easy way to add in a number of healthy benefits to almost any meal.
Feeling down? Try a little down dog in one of our Rock Creek Sports Club Yoga classes!
Researchers from Duke University recently reviewed more than 100 studies to determine if yoga truly has any benefits when it comes to treating certain psychiatric disorders. The results: Yoga does indeed have some power in helping mild depression, and sleeping complaints, as well as improving symptoms for schizophrenia and ADHD patients already using medication.
You know all those great benefits that exercise can have on the brain, such as better memory and reduced anxiety and depression? Well, new studies show that it’s true, but only if you keep up with it!
A New York Times reporter recently wrote about two studies presented at the 2012 annual meeting of the Society of Neuroscience that analyzed what happened to rats after they quit exercising — both found similar results.
Ahhh a New Year, a fresh start! If you’re making a New Year’s Resolution, despite all those friends of yours who say they don’t do it, you’re not alone! According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, 45% of Americans make a New Year’s Resolution.
The good news: those who explicitly make resolutions are 10 times more like to attain their goals than those who don’t explicitly make resolutions. The bad news, only 8-10% are successful in achieving those resolutions.
Don’t let this news defeat you though! You can definitely be a part of that successful 10%, especially as a Rock Creek Sports Club member — we already know you know how to make a commitment!
So get out your paper and pen, and let’s break down.
Cough, sniff sniff, cough. It’s that time of year again — flu and cold season are upon us.
And even though a 2010 study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found those who were healthy and exercised the most were less likely to get a cold, we should still be conscious of protecting ourselves and other members! Here’s a few easy ways to avoid getting sick and being a courteous gym member!
Back by popular demand, Rock Creek Sports Club is offering FREE Functional Movement Screenings!
The FMS is a ranking and grading system that documents movement patterns that are key to normal function. By screening these patterns, the FMS readily identifies functional limitations and asymmetries.
The headline from a recent Washington Post article says it best — “Massage has been shown to ease many ills.”
Let’s face it, it’s the holidays, you don’t have a lot of time to get your shopping done as it is, so let’s quickly sum up the reasons how the Giving the Gift of Massage at Rock Creek Sports Club shows you really care.