The New Year is upon us and many people use this as an opportunity to turn over a new leaf by becoming more active. Regular exercise has incredible health benefits that can improve your mood, lessen the risks of chronic diseases and improve sleep quality. We’ve all heard of the many advantages of exercise but it can be difficult to know where to begin; especially during the harsh winter months where many outdoor activities are out of the question.

Joining an indoor club will not only help you to become more active during the winter but it’ll also allow you to meet new people with the same interests. Clubs will deepen your knowledge of a chosen activity and will strengthen self-confidence. Not to mention, if you’re doing something that you enjoy it’ll relieve stress as well.

Here are some indoor activities near Sage Creek to help you and your family stay active year-round.


Orangetheory Fitness

Orangetheory Fitness combines science, technology and coaching into their workouts. Located at 50 Sage Creek Boulevard in unit 802, this gym is always blasting the beats and never has the same circuit training routine. Each 60-minute workout has different levels, allowing you to go at your own pace. Members can also wear heart-rate monitors to see personal intensity levels.


Marquis Dance Academy

Marquis Dance Academy provides programs for children starting as young as one-year-old up to teens. This studio offers a variety of dance styles including ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, acro, contemporary and lyrical. The studio is located at 55 Sage Creek Boulevard in unit 321.


9Round Fitness

9Round is a 30 minute full-body kickboxing workout that incorporates interval, cardiovascular and circuit training regimes. There are no class times and routines change daily. There are nine stations starting with strength training at rounds one and two. Stations three to eight involve kickboxing for conditioning and speed while station nine ends off with core exercises. This gym is located at 55 Sage Creek Boulevard in unit 312.

If these clubs haven’t peaked your interest, take a look at the Leisure Guide to find local activities to help you stay fit.

When it comes to New Year’s resolutions, it’s all about making progress and creating healthy habits out of repetition until they become a part of your weekly routine. If you’re living a healthy lifestyle and feeling fulfilled, your New Year is off to a wonderful start.