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Taking the first step on the road to a healthier lifestyle

Looking to take the first step in your health journey? Let’s begin.

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Have you started making better food choices and holding yourself accountable?

Great! If not, take the time to plan some healthy food habits and make changes.

Next up: Are you exercising regularly 4-6 times a week for at least 20 minutes?

Excellent! If not, get moving: Your body feels better with the heart pumping a little harder and the joints getting more mobility.

The next step

It’s time to get specific with your goals and get support from experts in health and surround yourself with a group that cares and will hold you accountable. These are the best ways we feel you can do that

  • Try a new fitness or health class.
  • Hire a personal trainer.
  • Set specific goals with a deadline written down (and keep them with you at all times, like on your phone).
  • Have fun, include family, friends, and mix things up.

Contact Nate and get started.

Nate Yandow is a certified trainer, nutritionist, and the owner of Duke's Fitness Center.
Message Duke's Fitness Center

We are open as of June 1st. Please check the State of Vermont's site for The Most Current Guidelines and Info.

Due to limits on participants, ALL Classes and after hours Gym Use need to be scheduled through the Member Portal or by direct Call to the Gym at (802) 527-1581.

When entering the gym to workout, there are spray bottles at the door. Please grab one and also, grab a towel at the main desk. Wipe down anything that you come into contact with.

Face coverings are requested upon arrival and exit in the entryway. Face coverings are not required as long as 6 ft distance is maintained. We do not recommend face coverings during workouts.

Current Members should swipe in with their Barcode ID when entering and swipe out when leaving.

We want people to be safe and respectful of others as always. Your Health Matters.

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