5 Reasons Why Collagen Is Important As We Age

5 Reasons Why Collagen Is Important As We Age

By Jessica Petersen - Pilates and Group Fitness Instructor As we age the production of Collagen in our body decreases.   Collagen is the most abundant protein in our body and the major component in the strength and functionality of our connective tissue. ...

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Pickle Talk With Moose

Pickle Talk With Moose

By Greg "Moose" DeMoustes - Tennis & Pickleball Manager We are so thrilled how Pickleball has grown at The Paseo Club. With more than 178 members currently participating and an expected continued growth with new members, Pickleball is becoming a front runner of...

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The Heart Of A Trainer And Athlete

The Heart Of A Trainer And Athlete

By Jodi Broz - Personal Trainer Standing at the finish line of any endurance race is at the heart of how and why I am a trainer.   Watching the men and women complete a long distance or multi-sport race like a marathon or Ironman makes me want to cry every single...

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Getting Your Young Kids Into Tennis

Getting Your Young Kids Into Tennis

By Scott Fushi - Personal Fitness Trainer Coach Scott …aka “Chicken Head" (ask Charlee, Jen's daughter, why) here to help give you some relief and your children some outdoor activity! You may have asked yourself how to get your kids involved with an activity during...

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All Or Nothing Never Works

All Or Nothing Never Works

By Trish Deboni- Personal Trainer It’s all or nothing.   We don’t really think it out and make a conscious decision to sabotage ourselves, but we sure are good at it. I’d even say we’re experts.  We are going to start fresh, going to start on Monday, going to...

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How To Get The Right Tennis Doubles Partner Part I

How To Get The Right Tennis Doubles Partner Part I

By Jackie Resler - Tennis Pro Coach ​Double Partners Pt. 1: Personality Chemistry   The benefit of playing doubles is that having the hardest hit ball or the fastest feet is unnecessary, unlike singles play. The strongest advantage any doubles team can have is...

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The Truth About The Scale

The Truth About The Scale

By Heather Deffenbaugh - Personal Fitness Trainer How come the scale isn’t moving but my clothes are looser?   You have been showing up to your fitness classes, pushing yourself, leaving your sweat on the floor and your muscles happily aching, and then when you...

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Is Your Home Gym Clean?

Is Your Home Gym Clean?

By Alexia Doutherd - Maintenance/Front Desk/Fitness Associate Along with the New Year comes new resolutions and a lot of those new resolutions pertain to health and fitness.   A lot of us make use of our wonderful Paseo Club fitness area, so we don't have to go...

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My Knees

My Knees

By Melanie Vovk - Fitness Instructor I have been very active since I was 10 years old.   I was a competitive ice skater from the age of 10-16. Then, at 16, I taught my first aerobics class.  From that day forward, I have taught several classes per week and I have...

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Ready, Set, Goal!

Ready, Set, Goal!

By April Larson - Personal Fitness Trainer Mindset is such a strong component of making lifestyle changes and wanting to improve your quality of life.   It is the cornerstone you need to put in place as you begin to imagine a new goal.  Whatever your goal may be,...

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Spiced Chickpea Stew With Coconut and Turmeric

Spiced Chickpea Stew With Coconut and Turmeric

By Cezanne Youmazzo - Fitness Director This is by far my favorite soup/stew recipe right now.   It is delicious, healthy, vegan and wallet friendly. I usually make this mid-day in a crockpot to enjoy after teaching my evening classes. It can be enjoyed alone, or...

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How To Warm Up For Your Tennis Match

How To Warm Up For Your Tennis Match

By Bob Wright - Pro Tennis Instructor Do you just hit with your opponent for 5-7 minutes when you’re sent out to the court to play your match?   This is not how to do it. First, you should find someone (maybe your doubles partner) to warm you up maybe an hour or...

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Karly Vovk

Karly Vovk

By Karly Vovk - Front Desk Associate As a child, I always disliked to go to the turkey trots and triathlons.   My whole family has enjoyed being active and I did not. I tried tennis, volleyball, and other sports but I did not enjoy it. November 2015 is when I...

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What Is HIIT Training?

What Is HIIT Training?

By Jason Youmazzo - Greatest Results Trainer HIIT (high-intensity interval training). Scary, challenging but for the athlete in all of us...   Thinking about the concept of 100%, then back that out 10% to 20% and you are closing in on where the effort should be...

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Simulated Game Situations: My Mantra

Simulated Game Situations: My Mantra

By Gabe Harmat - Tennis Coach A Player in the Making   I was thirteen when I was introduced to tennis for the first time in my life.  It was 1963 when my family had joined the Tel Aviv Country Club.  This club was gigantic.  It had over 30,000 members.  There...

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Get to know the Front Desk Staff

Get to know the Front Desk Staff

Hello everyone, my name is Brittany Daggs and I am the front desk manager. I am twenty five years old and have been working here for a year now. I am British, Irish, French, German, and Scandinavian.  My favorite part of the Paseo Club is the atmosphere. I also love...

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Pickleball: Why I’ve Loved Learning This New Game

Pickleball: Why I’ve Loved Learning This New Game

By Jen Azevedo - Sports Director I’ve played tennis in Southern California my entire life.   High school, collegiate and adult tennis is a huge part of who I am, and how I came to Paseo Club.  About a year ago, we had a fledgling pickleball interest headed by a...

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Frequently Asked Paseo Club Membership Questions

Frequently Asked Paseo Club Membership Questions

By Shane Yorke - Membership Director Do I need to lock into a long-term contract? We have month to month memberships that only require 30 days’ notice to cancel. We do have options to pay for a year in full and receive a month free! I’m not ready to commit to a gym...

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Tennis: A Sport For A Lifetime

Tennis: A Sport For A Lifetime

By Darren Woodford - USPTA Elite Professional and Instructor One of the great advantages of tennis is that it is a sport that you can play for your entire life.   There is something truly inspiring about seeing two players in their eighties battling it out on the...

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How To Get Rid Of Belly Fat

How To Get Rid Of Belly Fat

By Cézanne Youmazzo - Fitness Director and Personal Trainer One of the most frequently asked questions I get is, "How do I get rid of my belly fat?”   When you reach age 40, maintaining strength becomes a little more challenging and having a flat belly requires a...

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Rehab”ing” A Little At A Time

Rehab”ing” A Little At A Time

By Scott Fushi - Personal Fitness Trainer Attn. Paseo Posse, Merry Fitness and a Healthy New Knee (or any other part you need fixed)!   As the Paseo Club's oldest and most damaged personal trainer, I am here to tell you that "movement is indeed medicine" but...

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The Importance of Keeping Your Juniors Active

The Importance of Keeping Your Juniors Active

By Jodi Broz - Personal Trainer We’ve all heard it before… exercise is important for our mental health and our physical well-being.   Researchers continue to discover new benefits from physical activity.  There is virtually no part of the body that doesn’t...

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Coming back from COVID-19

Coming back from COVID-19

By Trish Deboni- Personal Trainer Well, I did everything right.   I washed my hands, I wore my mask, I social distanced, I gave up hugging people, I got lots of sleep, I worked out, I ate well, and I took my vitamins. And then it happened. I got sick and tested...

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How to Thrive and not just Survive in Your Later Years

How to Thrive and not just Survive in Your Later Years

By Cézanne Youmazzo - Fitness Director and Personal Trainer Fitness is timeless.   At every age, it makes a huge difference in how you feel and move. Exercise helps you keep a healthy weight, lowers your blood pressure and cholesterol, helps build stronger bones,...

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The Proof Is In The Passion

The Proof Is In The Passion

How Tennis provided me a passageway from a possible mid life crisis to a new path in life   By Kenny "Coach KP" Puvogel - Tennis Coach   The year was 2000.    I was traveling back and forth from LA to Cabo San Lucas working for rock icon Sammy Hagar. ...

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Go to Vagus, Not Vegas, to Relieve Stress

Go to Vagus, Not Vegas, to Relieve Stress

By Sarah Graff - Personal Fitness Trainer Specifically, go to your vagus nerve to calm down.   Your vagus nerve is the longest nerve in your body. It connects your brain to your heart, lungs and even your digestive system. It is the key player of your...

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