Crossroads is a full-service health club with a diverse selection of cardio equipment along with TWO complete weight circuits! And best yet, at Crossroads Sports & Fitness there is no waiting for cardio equipment! Please stop by, we would love to meet you in person and give you a tour of our facility and a trial membership.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Thursday: 5 am-10 pm  |  Friday: 5 am – 9 pm  |  Saturday-Sunday: 7 am – 8 pm

FACILITY & EQUIPMENT

Cardiovascular

Ellipticals – Treadmills – Stair Climbers – Recumbent Cycles – Step Mills – Matrix Ascent Trainers – NuStep – Precor Crosstrainers

Strength

Results-based personal training – 2 free fitness orientation sessions – Free weights – Hammer Strength weight system

Court Sports

2 racquetball courts for racquetball and handball

Kick Boxing Circuit

Cross Training Room and Kick Boxing Circuit (Unique and fun! Full-body workout!)

Guest Passes

At Crossroads, we are proud of our club and encourage you to come and experience our friendly, inviting atmosphere. To be hosted as our guest for FREE call 442-6733.

POOL, AQUATICS & SPA

Why do you swim? For the health benefits to your heart and lungs? Maybe you are a runner, training on a regular basis, and want to find an activity that keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off your body. Perhaps you have been doing some other form of land exercise, and now an injury prevents you from putting weight on a knee or ankle. Swimming can help you. Kicking workouts, water aerobics, pool running, or a lap swimming workout can all give you a great exercise session without the high impact.

Regular swimming builds endurance, muscular strength, and cardiovascular fitness. It can serve as a cross-training component to your regular workouts. Before a land workout, you can use the pool for a warm-up session. After a land workout, swimming a few laps can help you cool down, move blood through your muscles to help them recover, and allow you to relax as you glide through the water. Swimming does burn calories-at a rate of about 3 calories per mile per pound of body weight. So if you weigh 150 lbs. and it takes you 30 minutes to swim one mile (1,760 yards, 71 lengths of the pool), then you will burn about 900 calories in one hour!

Pool & Aquatics

Indoor 25-yard lap pool – Triathlon/organized lap swim program – Hydro fitness classes – Family swim times

Spa Areas

Steam room – Dry sauna – Hot tubs (In both male and female locker rooms)
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