Can you believe it’s already that time again? Time to think about how you’ll upgrade, do better, be better, in the next year. Did you know that only 8% of people follow through with their new year’s resolutions? There are a lot of reasons people don’t make it, but we’re guessing that the major reason folks don’t make it through the year is setting unrealistic goals for themselves. The Pinnacle Fitness Club trainers compiled some resolutions that are completely doable! Cheers to the new year! Add a Fun Workout to Your Week We know you workout on the reg, but are you having fun, or just getting through it? Did you used to enjoy soccer, or swimming, or working out with a friend? Try to infuse...

The holidays are here but that does not mean anyone needs to break out the stretchy pants. Consider this your friendly reminder from the folks at Pinnacle Fitness Club that Thanksgiving is about time with friends and family, not about eating like you’re in a state fair competition. These tips will help you enjoy your day while keeping you on track. Start the Day Off with a Turkey Trot You will feel so much better about every appetizer, drink, and plate of food you indulge in for the rest of the day if you start off with a good workout. Although Pinnacle Fitness Club will be closed on Thanksgiving so we can spend time with our own friends and family, there are no excuses! In fact,...

Pinnacle Fitness Club in Downtown Omaha has a ton of amenities to offer, but our crowned jewel might just be the indoor 25-yard lap pool. We have our competition beat on a lot of fronts, but we’re particularly fond of this one. We love that we can offer our members such a variety of fitness opportunities at the level we do. Learn more about aqua fitness at Pinnacle...

We’ve all heard about childhood obesity, we all know it’s a big problem, but do we really? You probably didn’t know that 1 in 5 children in the US are obese. Mind you, that statistic doesn’t say “overweight,” it says “obese.” The difference between obesity and being overweight is defined by Body Mass Index (BMI). A BMI of 30 or higher is considered obese. Overweight is defined by a BMI of 25-29.9. This month is National Childhood obesity month, so we thought it important to talk about the current state of childhood obesity and what we can do to help the situation. Let’s Start with Some Facts -Children with obesity are at higher risk for having other chronic health conditions and diseases that impact physical health,...