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Do health clubs offer more than just weights and cardio?

Absolutely! Most health clubs these days offer a wide variety of activities that go beyond the basic weights and cardio found in the majority of health clubs. Dance classes such as hip-hop and zumba are becoming extremely popular. As are yoga and pilates classes. Swimming pools, racketball courts, basketball courts, and saunas are other popular amenities found within many clubs today. Services such as massage therapy, tanning, and child care are also commonly offered.

Yes! In fact, most workout facilities offer a variety of different fun and engaging activities. Some clubs are generous in their amenities including yoga, Pilates, swimming, sporting facilities, and activity-based fitness like running tracks and rock climbing walls. There are also many health clubs that offer nutrition advice from registered dieticians, child care, retail stores with exercise gear and supplements, juice bars or small cafes, chiropractic and massage services, and even day spa services like hair care and waxing.

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