Strength in Fitness Through Community – Karen Foley – 2017 Over 40 & Fabulous! Advisory Board

KarenFoleyWhy is the community we surround ourselves with so important when it comes to being fit over the age of 40?

Karen Foley of Windy Hill Athletic Club reveals the difference a community can make in getting the most out of a workout routine.

Don’t let Windy Hill Athletic Club’s 100,000 square feet fool you. This resort-style club is centered around creating an environment that encourages every member to achieve their goals.

Whether it be the facility’s barre, boxing, yoga or high-intensity based VOLTAGE class, your success is their priority. “Having a community to surround yourself with is important to achieving your goals, and best of all, they are there to help celebrate your successes,” says Karen Foley.

Because of its diverse membership, Windy Hill Athletic Club understands that every member’s needs are different. Their experienced team is there to offer guidance with goal setting, coaching and support every step of the way. “Our promise to members is to inspire you through movement, community and personal attention. We understand that everyone likes to move differently and we have that option for them,”
Foley says.

As part of Windy Hill’s ongoing process to meet the individual needs of members, they are constantly adding new classes and programs. Their Tennis in No Time program offered in May and June turns you into a tennis player in just three weeks. Get the hang of the racquet with six lessons and three social parties to get you in the game.

No matter how big or small your goals are, the staff at Windy Hill will be there to do all they can to help you achieve them all while having fun along the way.

See more advice from the 2017 Over 40 & Fabulous! Advisory Board on how to look and feel your best after 40. 

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