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Only at LNPC – Check Out Six One-of-a-Kind Features of the All-New Lake Nona Performance Club

You’ll find more than a total body workout at the Lake Nona Performance Club (LNPC). Unlike any other fitness center, LNPC takes a balanced approach to whole person health with a unique combination of high-tech equipment, wide range of programming for performers of all ages and abilities, and expert guidance.

The state-of-the-art facility offers a fresh, fierce, and family-friendly environment designed to support both your physical and mental fitness.

Whether you’re a beginner or more advanced, if you like to work out solo or in a group, in the water or high above ground – LNPC offers something for every type of performer.

Here are six exceptional features you’ll only find at LNPC: 

01. Kids in Motion and Child Watch programs

Just off the main lobby is the Child Watch activity area supervised by CPR-certified staff. It’s divided into separate spaces for kids by age groups ranging from 2 months to 12 years old.

Children 6-12 can also participate in Kids in Motion program which provides both physical and cognitive engagement activities through fitness, science, arts and crafts, games, and special projects. Kids in Motion also offers scheduled and supervised classes that let participants explore other amenities within LNPC like the ROX Climbing Gym and more.

Teens 13-15 can use LNPC facilities with parental supervision while teens 16 and up are free to use the Club on their own.

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02. Make new friends in a group exercise class

LNPC will offer more than 100 different classes each week!

There are a ton of options to choose from for every fit, age, and agility. You’ll find Zumba (dance cardio), Barre (a combo of ballet, Pilates and yoga), Body Combat (non-contact martial arts), Body Pump (strength training), Cycle & Flow (spinning class), Boot Camp, mat Pilates, Aqua Fit (think water aerobics, but cooler), Tai Chi, Qi Gong, REVOLUTION Cycling (HIIT cycling), and CXWORX (building core strength).

All classes listed above are included with LNPC membership.

Bonus: LNPC also offers recreational and team sports leagues including basketball, volleyball, pickleball, and badminton.

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03. Take a dip in the Aquatics Center

With more than one pool to play in, the Aquatics Center offers a variety of ways to make a splash. Play with the kids in the zero-entry family pool, join an Aqua Fitness class in the therapy pool, and make every stroke count in the lap pool. The Aquatics Center will also offer water safety classes and swim lessons for all.

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04. Make the climb at ROX Climbing Gym

The ROX Climbing Gym walls will work every major muscle group in your body. It’s one of the largest and most sophisticated climbing gyms in the country, and one of the first to feature Walltech by Eldorado Climbing Systems.

Walltech is a wood-based climbing system with a durable glass bead texture, perfect for climbers of all ages and skill level. ROX also offers bouldering, top-rope climbing, and rappelling.

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05. Perfect your swing at InClubGolf

Golfers from beginner to pro will love the InClubGolf premier indoor golf studio. The facility’s high-tech equipment will make you feel like you’re on the green with simulation bays and a putting lab with adjustable slope and radar stroke analysis.

As a member, you’ll learn how to use the tech from a golf pro who will also be available for individual and group training. Whether you want to play for fun or improve your swing, InClubGolf is the place to practice.

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06. Train or run for miles in the Sports and Performance Center

Whether you’re on or off season, this indoor track and turf field offers a place to improve your skills and enhance your individual or team performance. Run drills, run laps, or sprint your heart out inside where it’s air conditioned! Or, opt in to LNPC’s custom sports performance training programs that provide individualized training based on personal goals and sport-specific demands.

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