Exercise, nutrition, sports-specific training, and post-injury rehab.

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Get health and fitness help

Your health is important. It matters. The truth is, it isn’t always easy figuring out what’s best for your body in terms of diet and exercise. That’s why Duke’s personal trainer, nutritionist, and owner Nate Yandow is on a mission to educate his members on how best to live well.

Healthy eating is almost as important as exercise. If you’re looking for nutritional advice, a nutrition consultation will encourage you to log yourweekly food intake and supply a list of goals, habits, food aversions, allergies, cravings, and other important information.

Free for new members

After you sign up for a Duke’s membership, you’ll be asked if you’d like to schedule a free personal training session. Why do we do this? It helps us show you how to use our machines in a way that’ll best benefit you. People often use equipment in a way or set goals that leave them injured or feeling discouraged.

That’s not what fitness is about!

What are my options?

New members. First is free!

Current members. You can find training and health packages available online, or by calling our front desk.

Groups. Packages for groups are also available as well.

Things to know

If you’re a new member, you’ll be asked about setting up a time to meet with Nate that’s convenient for you.

If you’re already a member, consider booking personal training time. You can do this by contacting us at our front desk or by booking a time online. Cancellations must be done by phone or online 8 staffed business hours ahead of time.

It’s our policy to charge new members who miss their appointments a small fee ($20) for the time, while other personal training sessions not cancelled within the allotted time will be charged in full for the missed session.

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