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February is Heart Health Month
February 20, 2014

February has been designated Heart Health month sine 1963. Other than making Valentine's reservations and worrying about the perfect box of chocolates, you must also consider the stressors in your daily lives and how the emotional effects may be taking a toll on your heart. Stress or emotional... Read More >>

Couples Therapy
February 4, 2014

In honor of Valentine's Day, we have decided to put together a fun and challenging way for you and your significant other to work together to lose weight, tone, and feel better about your bodies and your health. February is the perfect time to start this 4 week journey to a better, healthier, you! ... Read More >>

Let's Talk about Gym Etiquette
January 15, 2014

Let's talk about etiquette. Not the napkin in your lap, don't chew with your mouth full, say please and thank you type of etiquette, I'm talking about the unspoken rules of the gym that everyone needs to know before hitting the weights, sweating in a class, or logging miles on the treadmill. Get... Read More >>

New Thinking on Night-time Eating
December 6, 2013

The New Thinking On Nighttime Eating Our nutrition experts believe you can benefit from a bedtime snack. Here's how. Wednesday, November 20, 2013 | Lee Walker Helland We’ve heard it a thousand times, a million different ways: Nighttime calories will make you fat. Stop eating after... Read More >>

October 2013 - Fitness Facts
September 27, 2013

“I can accept failure, but I can't except not trying”- Michael Jordan   What’s New: Biggest Loser Competition- Starting 10/14 thru 11/22, orientation/ meet coaches on Wednesday 10/9 BE workouts- Effective 30 min workouts by Patti Fine and Beth Morgan PiYo- 6am Tuesday/... Read More >>

Bodyweight Exercise or Weights?
July 30, 2013

by Todd Kuslikis Which is better, bodyweight exercise or weights? The argument between bodyweight exercise enthusiasts and weight lifters has raged on for years. BW exercisers say that when you lift heavy weights over a long period of time, it ends up destroying your body. But weight lifters... Read More >>

What time of the day should you work out?
July 17, 2013

By  Jennifer Van Allen What's the best time of day to work out? That's easy. The best time of day to work out is whatever time of day you're most likely to actually get it done! Whether you’re a morning person, a night owl, or someone who looks forward to a midday break to split up the... Read More >>

Here Are 10 Reasons Why You May Want To Quit Coffee
May 20, 2013

BY: MARK HYMAN, MD 1. The caffeine in coffee increases catecholamines, your stress hormones. The stress response elicits cortisol and increases insulin. Insulin increases inflammation, and this makes you feel lousy. 2. Habituation to caffeine decreases insulin sensitivity, making it difficult for... Read More >>

Tackling Childhood Obesity Part 2: Feeding Your Child What Their Bodies NEED
March 19, 2013

Thanks for tuning back in for the second part of our tackling obesity blog. In this 2-part series we are talking about controlling our children's activity and nutrition intake to keep them healthy.  Just like activity, kids' nutritional needs are very different from adults and should be... Read More >>

Tackling Childhood Obesity Part 1: The RIGHT Way To Get Your Kid Active
March 15, 2013

It's a pretty well-known fact that childhood obesity is on a rise in America. The most recent stats say that roughly 1 out of every 3 kids/adolescents are obese. Obesity is caused by 3 factors: Nutrition, Inactivity, and Genes. Since we can't change genetic make-up, we are going to focus on the... Read More >>

Lifestyle Check-In
February 12, 2013

As you can imagine, the gym gets pretty crowded around this time of year. Our goal, as a staff, is to help the gym stay full into the Spring and Summer months. We do so by encouraging people not to make resolutions, but instead to make fitness a lifestyle. Let's get to the accountability now. Where... Read More >>

Eat 4 Life Seminar 3 Coming NEXT Saturday!
February 5, 2013

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Biggest Loser 2013
January 8, 2013

We want to say a big CONGRATULATIONS to everyone that participated in the most recent Biggest Loser Challenge. We had some pretty amazing results, with our overall winner losing a staggering 28lbs and 4% body fat!  The 1st Round of 2013 kicked off yesterday, with a final number of 37... Read More >>

Biggest Loser Registration is Open!
December 18, 2012

The next round of our Biggest Loser Challenge kicks off January 7th! Registration opens today and runs until January 5th. This round's trainers are: Kim, Chris, Patti, Beth and Dolly!  ... Read More >>

Holiday Madness Check In
December 11, 2012

5 Weeks of Holiday Season down. 3 weeks to go. Time for your health check-in. Do you deserve a pat on the back for enjoying, but not completely over-indulging, this holiday season? Or maybe today is a day for you to get back on track. Either way, we encourage you to take an honest look at how the... Read More >>

Welcome Nutritionist Tracie Phebus!
November 28, 2012

Let's give a big welcome to the latest addition to the Work Out West Staff, Nutritionist Tracie Phebus! She's been around the club for years as a member but just recently came back in a different role. Tracie's passion for nutrition shines and we are excited to have her as part of our family. She... Read More >>

Fitting in Fitness This Holiday Season
November 15, 2012

We are officially back in the midst of Holiday Season. With 1 Holiday down (Halloween) and another next week, business has come upon us all. Parties, travel plans, dinners, and families. Not to mention that next Friday happens to be the biggest shopping day of the year. This is a time when routines... Read More >>

Personal Trainer Spotlight: Ron Waterman
November 9, 2012

  Ron is a Certified Personal Trainer here at Work Out West and has been in the trade for years. Known around here as H20 Man, you'll usually see him walking around the club with a huge smile on his face...unless he's training a client that is. While tough on the exterior, Ron is a loved... Read More >>

Trainer Spotlight: Dolly Fonseth
October 26, 2012

  This week the spotlight is on one of our Biggest Loser trainers, Victoria Dolly Fonseth. She is Certified through the American Aerobic Association International and the International Sports Medicine Association. Her own fitness journey and transformation led her a place where she wanted to... Read More >>

Biggest Loser is Back!
October 25, 2012

The next round of our Biggest Loser Challenge is set to kick off on November 12th, just a few weeks away. This round we have 4 expert trainers geared up and ready to lead their teams to amazing results. They include: returning trainers Kim McMurren and Patti Fine alongside new additions Beth Morgan... Read More >>

Trainer Spotlight: Pat Frantz
October 19, 2012

  Pat is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with over 25 years experience. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps for 4 years and hold many body building titles, including his most recent: 2008 Mr. Colorado Overall Champion. Don't let the outside intimidate you though. Pat loves working with people... Read More >>

Here Comes Winter: How to Work Out the Proper Way In Cold Weather
October 18, 2012

As you can already tell by the cooler temperatures, winter is just around the corner! While this is no reason to stop exercising, even outside if it's not too cold, we do want to equip you with the knowledge to do so safely! Here are some tips to keep you movin' through the coldest time of year.... Read More >>

Special Opportunity This Saturday!
October 11, 2012

This Saturday night only, willPower and Grace® instructor Patti Fine will be hosting a special willPower infusion® class from 6:30-8:00pm in the Fitness Center. A full hour and a half of invigorating workouts await you. If you plan to come please wear black and bring your yoga mat! Not sure... Read More >>

Last Week to Register for Teen Athlete Conditioning!
October 10, 2012

Are you looking for a way to get your teenage athlete to the next level of their physical conditioning? If so, we've got a fantastic opportunity for you! Personal Training Manager Reece Towle, who specializes in working with athletes and developing programs specifically for their sport, is hosting a... Read More >>

Trainer Spotlight: Beth Morgan
October 5, 2012

  If you've been around the club much the past few years, you know who Beth is. She's the upbeat blonde lady that always wears a hat and has a smile on her face. Don't mistaken her kindess for softness though, as soon as your workout begins you know that Beth means business. She has been at... Read More >>

Getting Geared Up for Ski Season Featuring Training Manager Reece Towle
October 3, 2012

Right now we are experiencing our last few days of sunshine and warm weather, which means winter is right around the corner. An all-time favorite outdoor sport during the snowy season is skiing! If you've ever been before, then you know that in order to do it well, you must be in "ski shape".... Read More >>

Personal Trainer Spotlight: Reece Towle
September 28, 2012

    Reece is a CSCS certified Personal Trainer and has been training for over 19 years. While he can work with any type of client, Reece specializes in sports training where he creates sports specific strength and conditioning programs for a variety of athletes. Staying on top of the... Read More >>

Trainer Spotlight: Patti Fine
September 21, 2012

  Patti is a Level III certified willPower and grace® instructor and a strong advocate of introducing fitness and wellness at a young age. Along with teaching willPower and grace®, she also instructs willPower for girlPower®, a program designed to develop self-confidence and... Read More >>

GirlPower: Round 2!
September 19, 2012

The 2nd round of our popular program "Willpower for Girlpower" kicks off next Thursday, September 27th @ 4:30pm. This six session program, which meets once/week for six weeks, is led by Certified Willpower and Grace Instructor (and not to mention our very own Group Fitness Manager/Personal Trainer)... Read More >>

The Truth About Shin Splints
September 12, 2012

Tibial Stress Syndrome, also known to many as shin splints, are a common ailment to many athletes and can be a runner's worst nightmare. They're an ache and pain in your lower leg that just won't seem to go away no matter what you try. They're an uninvited and surprising visitor to most athletes at... Read More >>

Trainer Spotlight: Chris Kramer
September 6, 2012

This week we are highlighting the latest addition to our already stacked Personal Training Department, Mrs. Chris Kramer! Chris has been in the fitness world for years and along with being a Certified Personal Trainer and Hair Stylist, she just recently got her IFBB Pro Card.  Chris is very... Read More >>

Serious About Circuits
August 29, 2012

Circuit Training is a popular form of exercise today. If you're new to the gym though, you might be a little confused as to what it is and how to go about doing it. We've the scoop for you. Circuit Training is a type of work out where you go from station to station, performing a different... Read More >>

Instant Benefits!
August 22, 2012

More motivation to exercise...just what you need right? Well we've got it for you! Fitness magazine came out with a list of INSTANT benefits that you reap from exericse and we don't just mean a couple. There are tons listed here. Check it out and get moving! ... Read More >>

Fear Not!
August 21, 2012

Fears. We all have them. Each person's may look a little different than the other, but none-the-less, they are still there. For some it may be fear of walking into a gym because of personal insecurity. For others it may be a fear of going to the next level in their health journey because of the... Read More >>

Hunger vs. Cravings
August 8, 2012

Hunger. Cravings. Do you know the difference? Did you even know that there was a difference? There is and we are going to break it down for you! Hunger is the physical need for energy. It is your body's way of telling you that it is running on empty. When you reach the point of true hunger, any... Read More >>

Olympic Size Motivation
August 4, 2012

How amazing have these Olympic games been so far? It seems that every single day personal and world records are being broken! Go Team USA! Our country has been well-represented in almost every field. It is quite inspiring. These athletes are so determined, so tough, and so proud to be American. If... Read More >>

Working Out Before School
August 1, 2012

The school year is about ready to kick off and leisurely days in the sun are getting replaced with midterms, dense reading, cramming, and classes. Working out before class can be a great way to provide you the energy to make it through the day, but how do you get out of bed in the morning to hit the... Read More >>

Calories Burned on Cardio Equipment: Accurate or Not?
July 23, 2012

This is such a debated topic that we thought we'd get some answers for you. We found this great article from livestrong.com that breaks it down for you. Happy Reading! http://www.livestrong.com/article/268271-how-accurate-are-the-calories-burned-on-exercise-equipment/... Read More >>

Greeley Tennis Championships
July 17, 2012

Every year Work Out West hosts the Greeley Tennis Championships. This year we will be hosting them July 23-29th. This is a sanction tournament and will be held at the Centennial Tennis Courts off of 23rd Avenue. During the week matches will kick off at 5:30pm and on weekends they'll start at... Read More >>

Break a Sweat for Better Health
July 10, 2012

Take a second to make a list of what comes to mind when you think of the word sweat. Chances are you said things like "stinky", "gross" or "drenched". Did you know that you can actually add the word "healthy" to that list? It's true. For better health, you need to break a sweat. From what we see,... Read More >>

Work Out West Presents Turbo Camp 2012
July 3, 2012

Saturday, July 14, 2012 Come try out our 2nd annual Turbo Camp! Enjoy a full day of Turbo Kick, Hip Hop Hustle, PiYo and a new offering: Boxing Boot Camp. We'll serve breakfast and lunch, and you'll get a Team T-shirt and participate in Team Turbo competitions. All are welcome! No experience... Read More >>

The Scoop on Sculpt: Body Sculpt!
June 26, 2012

Are you curious about group fitness but aren't exactly sure how to get into it? We've got the scoop on one of our most popular classes- Body Sculpt. This video, led by our one and only Dig Deep with Dolly, shows you what to expect from the class AND how to get started when you decided to try it out!... Read More >>

Weight Loss vs. Fat Loss: Guest Blog Part 1 from PT Manager James Mayberry
June 14, 2012

For years, our society has tried to simplify weight loss. Burn more than you take in, right? But should you be attempting to lose numbers on the scale? Or should you be looking to lower the amount of fat mass on your body? Our Personal Training Manager James Mayberry weighs in on this subject. ... Read More >>

Tri Time!
June 7, 2012

Forever in the making, it's finally here: our very first Tri Club. Led by Triathlon enthusiast & guru & Work Out West Personal Trainer Weston Heilscher, this is an opportunity for anyone interested in triathlons to come together. The 1st meeting is tonight @ 6:30pm in our lobby.... Read More >>

The Jury's Out: What to Drink & When to Maximize Your Workout
May 31, 2012

Water, Sports Drinks, Coffee.. What's best for your body pre, during, and post workout? The jury's out and here's what they found. Pre-workout: 2-3 hours prior, try to consume anywhere from 16-25 ounces of water (the equivelant of one bottled water or so). If you're a morning exerciser, coffee... Read More >>

Hidden Benefits Of Working Out While Young
May 17, 2012

Jumping into regular gym workouts and exercising at a young age pays off more than you may think. Evaluations were conducted on a group of 17 year old athletes and controls in 2006. Not surprisingly, the group of athletes that were working out enjoyed bone-building benefits that lasted for up to... Read More >>

National Fitness & Sports Month
May 8, 2012

Since 1983, May has been known as "National Physical Fitness & Sports Month". The goal of doing this is to get people moving. We know that all of our members are avid fitness lovers, why else would you be here? Check out this link to learn more about National Fitness & Sports Month and what... Read More >>

Cinco De Mayo- Work Out West Style
May 4, 2012

Cinco De Mayo. What a perfect opportunity to kick back with family and friends and enjoy some GREAT food/beverages. BUT.... while Mexican fare may be tasty, it can also be extremely unhealthy. As you know, here at Work Out West we believe in moderation and LOVE to find a way to... Read More >>

Last Chance for Junior Tennis Playdays!
April 23, 2012

This is the last chance to get your tennis star ready for summer at our Junior Tennis Playdays! All junior players 18 and under are invited to an afternoon of tennis at Work Out West. From 1:00 to PM 3:00 PM, participants can clear away the winter rust with other players. Quickstart tennis will be... Read More >>

In Rememberance
April 19, 2012

Tomorrow is April 20th. A significantly sad day in history, especially for the state of Colorado and community of Denver. It was this day in 1999 that the Columbine High School Shooting happened. We know you remember this. How could you not? 13 students killed and 24 injured during a rampage by... Read More >>

Easy Everyday Swaps
April 12, 2012

Summer is just around the corner. Shorts, bathingsuits, tank tops, dresses, sandals. You want to look and feel your best right? We want to help you! Here are some easy swaps to make in your everyday routine to help you get where you want to go! On the Nutrition Side... - Mustard over Mayo...Ditch... Read More >>

Junior Tennis Playdays Continues in April
April 9, 2012

Time to get your little Maria Sharapova or Roger Federer into the swing of things as we continue our Junior Tennis Playdays on April 22, 2012. All junior players 18 and under are invited to an afternoon of tennis at Work Out West. From 1:00 to PM 3:00 PM, participants can clear away the winter rust... Read More >>

Decoding Food Labels
April 2, 2012

Misleading. Confusing. Intimidating. These are just a few of the words that people use to describe food labels. You know that the nutrition content of what you're eating matters. You're trying to eat healthier. These food labels are throwing you for a loop though. You aren't sure what the numbers... Read More >>

Sleeping: The Easiest Workout Of The Day
March 14, 2012

National Sleep Awareness Week concluded this past week, an event created to highlight the need for obtaining a sufficient amount of sleep every night. For those with an active lifestyle, this requirement becomes even more crucial as the body attempts to rebuild muscle following your workout. The... Read More >>

National Nutrition Month
March 8, 2012

Nutrition. What does the word mean? Is it a strict diet: no sugar, no carbs, low fat, etc.? Does it mean consuming lots of highly advertised drinks, shakes, bars, etc? Only eating fruits and veggies? Drinking nothing but water? Let's chat about it and maybe by the end of this we can broaden... Read More >>

Creating A Workout Plan
January 31, 2012

Creating a workout regimen can be a difficult task. How much cardio should be in my weight training plan? How much weight training in my cardio plan? How much rest do I need? The unfortunate answer is that there is no workout routine for everyone. Someone who wants to shave 30 seconds off their... Read More >>

Stay Fit Outside The Gym
January 19, 2012

Midway through the first month of New Year’s Resolutions, Work Out West is hoping that you are sticking to all of your fitness related goals. As you may have seen, our fitness guru Dig Deep With Dolly has been giving some excellent tips to maximize your health related goals both inside and... Read More >>

4 Tips for Your New Years Resolution
January 2, 2012

If there is one item that exists on every New Year’s resolution list, it is get into better shape. Each year, “get a six pack” or “lose 20 pounds” is penciled down but quickly forgotten.   Whether shedding unwanted weight or increasing endurance is on your list,... Read More >>

Tis the Season.. For Fitness!
November 21, 2011

Looking for a gift idea for someone you love that will actually ADD value to their lives and not just get tossed after a couple weeks? We have the perfect solution....our Holiday Bundles! Check out this link to view our bundle options: http://www.facebook.com/workoutwest What better gift to give... Read More >>

Registration for Biggest Loser Challenge: Round 2
November 17, 2011

Registration for Round 2 of Biggest Loser Challenge is now OPEN! Click on the link here to take you to our facebook page, where you find a form to register OR stop by the club to fill one out. http://www.facebook.com/workoutwest Remember, this challenge is open to both members and... Read More >>

National Diabetes Month
November 10, 2011

October is widely recognized as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and is marked by the color pink. While most people know this and understand what that color stands for, few people realize that November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. The color red is used to symbolize our fight... Read More >>

Beat the Holiday Season Blues
November 2, 2011

October 31st marks the kickoff of Holiday season. From this time until January 2nd of the following year, after the final bottle of champagne is popped for New Year's, Americans experience more opportunities to indulge in unhealthy habits than any other time during the year. We all know it's coming,... Read More >>

Proud to Wear Pink
October 3, 2011

The month of October brings numerous thoughts to mind: Fall, leaves changing color, Halloween (and candy!), and of course, the color pink. This time every year, millions of people proudly sport the otherwise feminine color for a good cause: Breast Cancer Awareness. ... Read More >>

Join Work Out West For Single's Night!
September 30, 2011

You may think that Work Out West is just the place where you lift weights and sweat through classes, but for one night only, it can also be the place where you might meet that special someone. On Saturday, October 8th, Work Out West will be hosting our Single’s Night Out from 7:30 PM to 10:00... Read More >>

Healthy Diet…You? Ways to Eat Healthily & Not Give Up What You Love
September 27, 2011

You’ve heard your doctor tell you before: your diet needs improvement. While you toss this thought around in your mind, you see reoccurring visions of broccoli, spinach, boiled chicken, and water. No way, you think. I can’t give up everything I love for THAT stuff. I could never go... Read More >>

The Childhood Obesity Epidemic: Is YOUR child at risk?
September 14, 2011

You've heard it on the news, seen it in magazines but are still a little unsure what it is all about: Childhood Obesity. Childhood Obesity is one of the hottest topics around, mainly because of its significant rise in prevelance. Right now, there are a reported 12.5 million children in the UNITED... Read More >>

National Yoga Month
September 7, 2011

September marks National Yoga Month. If yoga interests you in the least bit or if you've never tried it before we strongly suggest  giving one of our classes a try (Monday and Wednesday nights from 5:45 to 6:45pm). For everyone curious as to how yoga actually benefits you, here's a list of how... Read More >>

The Do's & Don'ts of the Gym
August 30, 2011

Workout etiquette is practiced by some, ignored by others, and definately noticed by all. If you want to practice "proper gym etiquette" but aren't exactly sure what to do, check out Work Out West's version of what's appropriate and what's not (comprised solely from Work Out West staff). "The... Read More >>

5 Simple Steps To a Pain Free Back
August 15, 2011

Work Out West Personal Trainer Steve Cummock has the following to say about preventing/reducing back pain: 5 Simple Steps to a Pain Free Back Sick of waking up with a stiff back? Tired of not being able to do the things you enjoy because your back hurts? Here are 5 simple steps to making your back... Read More >>

Ready to Lose Big?
August 2, 2011

You've seen it on TV.You've heard people talk about it. Now it's coming to Work Out West. The Biggest Loser. September 1st marks the first day of Work Out West's "Biggest Loser Challenge". If you, or someone you know, has been unsuccesfully trying to lose weight, I suggest you pay attention to the... Read More >>

Obesity: A Reason to Take Children From Parents?
July 25, 2011

Childhood Obesity is a hot topic today due to its continued rise in prevelance across our country. The question is: where does the fault lay? Is it the child's responsibility to make good decisions in regards to their eating habits or does that job fall on the parents' shoulders? Apparently some... Read More >>

What Drives You
July 13, 2011

What drives you? It's a deep question. Have you ever taken the time to really think it through or do you just go through the motions every day? Most of us, if we're honest, often times go through the motions out of habit alone. Take a second though and think about it. Apply it to any area of your... Read More >>

Summer Time
June 21, 2011

Asta La Vista Spring! It's Summer time! When most people think of summer they think of being outside in the warm sunshine. We've got a list of reasons why we love summer. Check it out! 1) Can you say Pool/Beach/Lake time? While lounging by your favorite body of water can be fun, mix up your... Read More >>

Hello Tri Season!
June 14, 2011

The Greeley Triathlon, held every year in June at the Promontory, was a big hit this year! Work Out West was represented well, with both staff and members participating. The event's Coordinator, Todd Lowe, is even a member here! It was so great to see the large crowd of people smiling and enjoying... Read More >>

Creative Healthy Lunch Ideas
June 9, 2011

I don't know about you but I love lunch time. Finding perfect midday meal that will re-energize and not drag you down can be tricky though. Are you a brownbagger and tired of eating the same thing day after day? I know how that goes. If you want to mix it up a little, check out Cooking Light's... Read More >>

Turbo Camp!
June 6, 2011

Looking for a day filled with fun, activity, inspiration, and competition? Look no further because Work Out West is hosting the first annual Turbo Camp July 16th from 8am-5pm! Camp will be held on the Work Out West campus and includes both breakfast and lunch, along with a t-shirt. Want to know what... Read More >>

Relay for Life
June 4, 2011

Last night a large group of Work Out West and Max Muscle supporters gathered together and donned light pink t-shirts for our Relay for Life team. The weather was great, and the atmosphere was light and fun as we all hung out, watched the opening ceremony, cheered for Cancer survivors during their... Read More >>

Today's Featured Exercise
June 2, 2011

Do you ever get tired of coming in and performing the same lifting routine day after day? If so, our weekly featured exercises might just be the ticket for you! Over the month of June we will be highlighting 2 exercises a week for you to incorporate into your workout to mix things up a little. ... Read More >>

Work Out West Racquetball Shootout: Mini Tournament Fundraiser
May 20, 2011

If you play racquetball, don't forget to sign up for the Mini-Tournament/Relay for Life Fundraiser May 7th! Registration Deadline is May 5th, so get moving! Fill out and bring in your registration form today.PDF Flyer... Read More >>

Work Out West Personal trainer, Mark Warburton, tells us how to make your workout more fun
May 20, 2011

Greeley Tribune (page 3 in the April edition of THRIVEnc.)... Read More >>

Work Out West Racquetball Shootout: Mini Tournament -Club Social - Singles and Doubles
May 20, 2011

Racquetball: Off The Wall Fun When:Saturday Feb 26, 2011 9am - 12pm Where:Work Out West Cost:$15/person Deadline:Thursday Feb 24, 2011 at 5pm Sign up:Contact - Eric Thompson, Racquetball Pro, 970-388-5744 or wowrball@hotmail.com Snacks will be served after..Come with guns blazin'!... Read More >>

Girls High School Tennis Tournament Benefiting A Woman's Place
May 20, 2011

On Saturday and Sunday, February 19th and 20th, Work Out West host a preseason girl's high school tennis tournament to benefit A Woman's Place. 100% of the entry fees were donated to A Woman's Place. High School women from Greeley, Windsor, Eaton, and Loveland participated in Singles and... Read More >>

Happy New You!
May 20, 2011

Amber Baille Greeley Tribune - December 29,2010 gtreporters@greeleytribune.com Forget the quick fixes and promises of a magic pill. Two Greeley residents share the secrets to their weight loss in hopes of inspiring others to take a step toward a healthier life. Read the full article:... Read More >>

Work Out West Tennis Tournament Benefit
May 20, 2011

February 19th - 20th The tournament benefits "A Woman's Place" (a local women's shelter in Greeley, CO) Open to high school females only Cost is $20 for 1 event and $25 for 2 events (cash or check only) Registration deadline is Feb 16th Registration forms can be found at the Work Out West... Read More >>

Work Out West makes donation to Aims Community College
May 20, 2011

Work Out West has donated $12,500 to Aims Community College to support the student study lounge. The Work Out West Study Lounge, located in Ed Beaty Hall, offers students a quiet and attractive place on campus to meet and focus on their studies. The $12,500 donation was matched by the Boettcher ... Read More >>

Work Out West announces new X-WORKS program
May 20, 2011

 Work Out West\'s newest program, X-WORKS, will work you to the core. Test your endurance and agility. Master your coordination and stamina. Find your power, balance and strength, while working on overall flexibility, accuracy and speed. By combining weightlifting, resistance training and... Read More >>