Spring Cleaning For Your Body And Mind

Spring Cleaning For Your Body And Mind

By Scott Fushi - Personal Fitness Trainer Spring cleaning isn't just for your house.   It can be for your fitness and wellness routine as well. We can clean up our diets a little...with less sugars and more hydration, nutrient dense foods and protein. Our...

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Happy Hips, Happy Life!

Happy Hips, Happy Life!

By Jodi Broz - Personal Trainer Sitting happens… stiff hips don’t have too.    Our bodies tend to adapt to postures and movement patterns we spend the most time in.  And for most of us that is sitting all day.  We sit in our car for a commute and at a desk doing...

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What Exactly Is Zumba Anyway?

What Exactly Is Zumba Anyway?

By Heesun Kehl - Fitness Class Instructor Have you ever wondered what Zumba really is?  What about Zumba Toning?   Dance party! Fitness in disguise! These are phrases commonly associated with Zumba Fitness. When you try a Zumba Fitness class you understand why!...

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Reflecting On The Last Year At Kids Club

Reflecting On The Last Year At Kids Club

By Maria Garcia and Freya Rodriguez​ - Kids Club Associate In this blog Kids Corner staff members Maria Garcia and Freya Rodriguez reflect on this last year's Covid experience while working in the child care department and how Kids Club has been essential to our...

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Stress Less, Sweat More

Stress Less, Sweat More

By Cheryl Hammer - Paseo Club Ambassador Do you feel too busy and stressed to work out? Have you ever thought, “I just need more hours in my day and I would prioritize my physical health and fitness lifestyle.” You have family needs, school finals around the corner,...

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Ratings, Private Vs Group Lessons, Live Ball

Ratings, Private Vs Group Lessons, Live Ball

By Gabe Harmat - Tennis Coach After listening to a lot of chit chat and overhearing comments (some couldn't be any further from the truth) I felt obligated to address a few topics that are related to ratings, group and private lessons. First, before I explain how the...

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Teen Wellness And The Pandemic

Teen Wellness And The Pandemic

By Trish Deboni - Personal Trainer The bedroom door slams, loud music is playing, one minute you’re cool and the next you are the furthest thing from cool, crying turns to laughing, laughing turns to crying. It sounds like you have a case of the……………………teenager. Under...

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My People

My People

By Shannon Patel - Paseo Club Member Strength.  Endurance. Endless workouts. Time commitments. Training schedules.   Every day.  Race day. Excitement. Start. Cruising. Oh no. Pain. Hurt. Dig deep. Can’t go on. Look up. Finish line. Smiling faces. My people....

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More Commonly Asked Questions At The Front Desk

More Commonly Asked Questions At The Front Desk

By Anabella Youmazzo - Front Desk Associate How to get past the front desk as fast as possible People are regularly running late to their classes, lessons or court reservations and want to speed by the front desk.  Unfortunately, during these times the front desk...

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To Swim Or Not To Swim?

To Swim Or Not To Swim?

By Jen Azevedo - General Manager I learned to swim when I was four years old.   We had a huge Jacuzzi, and I could swim from side to side.  When I was a little older, we put a pool in our backyard, and I could swim then too.  Competent?  Sure.  Quality? Eh… Fast...

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Myths Of The Pickleball Kitchen Debunked

Myths Of The Pickleball Kitchen Debunked

By Frank Nadasdy - PPR Certified Pickleball Coach Where is that confounded Kitchen?   I’ve heard many misconceptions and much confusion about the portion on either side of the Pickleball court known as the “Kitchen”. Why and where is the kitchen? The where is...

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New Drinks And A New Clubhouse

New Drinks And A New Clubhouse

By Liela Bayani, Paseo Club Cafe Associate If you're reading this you found your new favorite blog & margarita! As we all know the opening of the clubhouse is right around the corner and we are all so excited to welcome our Paseo Club friends and families into...

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These 4 Tips Will Help You Run In The Rain

These 4 Tips Will Help You Run In The Rain

By Alexia Doutherd - Maintenance/Front Desk/Fitness Associate There are 2 types of people in the world: those who like running (like myself) and those who would quite literally rather do any other exercise.   Add a downpour to the mix during a good run and my...

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Should Women Do Strength Training?

Should Women Do Strength Training?

By Melanie Vovk - Fitness Instructor Are you someone who prefers cardio and tends to head to cycle class or to the treadmill?    Read this list of benefits and decide if you should be incorporating strength training into your workout.  Building strength can...

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How To Get The Right Tennis Doubles Partner Part II

How To Get The Right Tennis Doubles Partner Part II

By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro Coach ​Double Partners Pt. 2: Skill Chemistry   A successful doubles team requires two players to act as a singular unit on the court. In order for this to happen, the teammates must thoroughly understand their own skills on the...

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New Year, Better You

New Year, Better You

By Brittany Daggs - Front Desk Manager   There’s nothing wrong with making New Year’s resolutions.   In fact, the start of a new calendar year is the perfect time to dedicate yourself to achieving a fresh start. The problem with most of the resolutions...

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12 Tips For Falling Asleep

12 Tips For Falling Asleep

By Cezanne Youmazzo - Fitness Director Why Is It So Hard to Fall Asleep?   I don’t know about you but the uncertainty of this past year with our world being shut down, Covid-19, our kids on zoom for school and the craziness of the news sleep just seems to escape...

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The Tennis Warm Up

The Tennis Warm Up

By Darren Woodford - USPTA Elite Professional and Instructor Tennis injuries are not uncommon due to the repetitive nature of the game.   However, a majority of tennis injuries can be prevented with a proper warm-up. A tennis warm up should start with some...

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Why You Should Demo Tennis Rackets On Demo Days

Why You Should Demo Tennis Rackets On Demo Days

By Bob Wright - Pro Tennis Instructor If you have never demoed a bunch of racquets in a short time, you’ve been missing out on a great opportunity for comparison shopping.   You can try different head sizes, dense (18 x 20) string patterns versus open (16 x 19)...

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Tennis: The Overhead Smash

Tennis: The Overhead Smash

By Gabe Harmat - Tennis Coach This is the most powerful and also the most difficult shot to learn in tennis. Just the name itself tells you that this is an aggressive shot that is being hit above your head down into your opponent’s court with maximum power. The intent...

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Pickleball: I’m an addict

Pickleball: I’m an addict

By Frank Nadasdy - Pickleball Coach I admit it. I’m an addict. So why would The Paseo Club hire someone who openly admits such a thing?   Because I’m a Pickleball Addict. How did this happen? I’m not really sure. I was a tennis player who planned on playing into...

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Kids Grow Up At Paseo’s Kids Club

Kids Grow Up At Paseo’s Kids Club

By Jen Azevedo - General Manager If you are in the Santa Clarita Valley and you are a parent of a young child, you are constantly trying to find balance.   Balance to give your child a great time along with finding an outlet or two for yourself.  When you are at...

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Me…In The Coach’s Box

Me…In The Coach’s Box

By Kenny "Coach KP" Puvogel - Tennis Coach During my tenure as vice-president of Warner Bros record, I worked closely with the rock band R.E.M.  At an R.E.M. show in Atlanta in 1995, I met then #1 player, 4 time grand slam champ, Davis cup hero, captain, and now...

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The Roadmap To Your Best Tennis

The Roadmap To Your Best Tennis

By Aleksey Zharinov - Tennis Pro Coach I’ve been coaching competitive players of many different levels for the last 16 years.   From my experience, many of them lack the full picture of what the factors they can improve on to achieve their highest possible level...

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How To Food Prep

How To Food Prep

By Trish Deboni - Personal Trainer It sounds daunting doesn’t it?!  Where do you start? What do you do?   I’m writing this blog to let you know that there is no one right way to food prep. I want you to know that you can be prepared to eat great, healthy food...

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