April 2023

Come Celebrate our Two Year Re-Opening Anniversary

Join us Monday, April 3 at 9:30 a.m.

in the lobby to kick off our month-long celebration!

Without our members and guests, we wouldn't have accomplished so many milestones, including the following highlights:

  • The track record for gym visits since reopening is shared by Mike Markley and Ken Refeker, both with 533 visits.
  • Debbie Teel and Mark Bastarche have taught over 11,000 Group Exercise Participants
  • Since reopening, more than 85,000 people have attended classes.
  • Today, we have 2,171 members and we're still growing!

Throughout this month, we will celebrate the achievements of our amazing members and guests. Join the movement!   

Do you need to Spring Clean your Fitness?

You can reset your fitness foundation all month long with B2B Workshops led by CHF Certified Personal Trainers. You can sign up using the Mindbody app or go to the CHF homepage and register through the class schedule.  

Spring into Fitness Challenge

Make this spring a healthier one by participating in our fun and easy to follow fitness challenge. If you are just starting your fitness journey, don't know where to begin, or just want something a little different, this challenge is for you. Click here to download the flyer.

Joining Offer

To help you ease into your new fitness routine, CHF is offering new basic and unlimited members a 30-minute massage in April. Grab your 3-day guest pass here.

Member Highlight

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Instructor Highlight

Let's meet Sandie. In addition to choreographing, she likes reading, solving puzzles, traveling, and eating chocolate! To balance out the chocolate, Sandie likes hiking in Yosemite. Originally from San Francisco, Sandie now calls Redondo Beach home. Come get your dance groove on with Sandie in Dance Fitness or Silver Cardio. Times are on the class schedule. See you soon!

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Nutrition Highlight

The Benefits of Green Leafy Vegetables 

Leafy greens are full of vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting phytochemicals. They are rich in fiber. Fiber helps keep you full and helps control hunger. Fiber can also reduce cholesterol and blood pressure. Leafy greens also contain a lot of water, which helps keep you hydrated.

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