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The FitStop


By Vaughan Twigger

You may have been wondering what the fancy looking bar in the The Weight Club lobby area is. Well, the answer is…. it's a workout nutrition bar! The FitStop is there to provide you with the very best pre-workout, intra-workout, and post-workout available.

Nutrition is extremely important, no matter what your fitness goal may be. If you have been exercising regularly but haven’t seen the changes you want, the chances are your nutrition needs help. Especially when it comes to nutrition around workouts, because your body needs fuel to keep you going throughout the workout. The FitStop will provide you the right combination of protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals to help you recover. 

Here is how it works:

Purchase your FitStop pass at the front desk. (This will give you 3 nutritional shakes.)

1. Choose a pre-workout supplement. To increase energy, muscle pump, and mental well-being. Ranging from caffeine free, moderate caffeine, to high caffeine. Consume 15-20 minutes prior to workout.


2. Choose from our many refreshing flavors of Intra-workout shakes. To stay hydrated, delay fatigue, and prevent muscle breakdown. Consume mid-workout.


3. Choose a Post-workout shake. To improve recovery, build muscle, prevent cramping, and prepare you for the next workout. Low carb, moderate carb, and high carb options available. Consume immediately after the workout.

Ask one of our FitStop consultants to help you choose the right shakes to reach your own individual Fitness goals. 

$5 for the 3 course Workout Nutrition (use your own blender bottle)
$10 Includes a Weight Club Blender bottle.


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