Louisville Athletic Club -Dixie Highway

Louisville Athletic Club -Dixie Highway Closing Regretfully, Louisville Athletic Club on Dixie Hwy closed its doors permanently on March 17, 2020. It was a pleasure serving that community and we wish all of our loyal staff and members the best … Continue reading

FREE ONLINE WORKOUTS FOR LAC MEMBERS

FREE ONLINE WORKOUTS FOR LAC MEMBERS Health-clubs across the state have had to close due to the coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean you can’t workout! We are offering free online classes starting today through MOSSA MOVE. While the social … Continue reading

NEW! Coach By Color Cycling in JTown

  TRAIN WITH COACH BY COLOR® ICG’s Coach By Color® training system delivers real-time, color-coded biofeedback to the user with five color-coded training zones: white, blue, green, yellow and red. These zones can be linked to WattRate® (power) and Functional … Continue reading

Best Buddies Donations and Partnership

Until November 16th we are partnering with Best Buddies to raise donations to support those living with different abilities and needs. JOIN US in creating a more inclusive world. Best Buddies is the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the … Continue reading

Zumbathon® to support our veterans with PTSD

Zumbathon® to support our veterans with PTSD Date: 5/19/2018 Time: 2-4pm Location: Louisville Athletic Club 9565 Taylorsville Rd. 40299 Cost: $15.00 Donation (non-members or members) Join Zumba® instructors from across the country as we come together for a 2 hour … Continue reading

Life Changes: How to Create New Habits

Life Changes: How to Create New Habits By Leigh Newman B.J. Fogg, PhD, a social scientist and behavior researcher at Stanford University, helps people kickstart positive changes in behavior with his project Tiny Habits. Sure, we all want to change. … Continue reading

How Does Trauma Affect Sleep?

How Does Trauma Affect Sleep? LAST UPDATED ON MAY 25, 2017 Trauma — the blanket term for any physically or psychologically damaging experience —  is sadly common in our society. According to the National Center for PTSD, roughly 60% of men and … Continue reading