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Colorado October Newsletter

Monday, September 30 2019 2:08 PM




 BodySTEP at Genesis Health Clubs

Build your full-body cardio and muscle conditioning with BodySTEP!

This is a higher impact workout that will help you improve bone health & density. The stepping motion will also target your glutes & legs, shaping your rear end. This workout is a calorie torcher, and students can expect to burn up to 620 per hour.

Try a BodySTEP class today!

South North Fort Collins Club
Tuesday | 9:15 am Monday | 9:15 am Thursday | 9:15 am
  Monday | 5:30 pm  
  Wednesday | 9:15 am  
  Wednesday | 5:30 pm  
  Sunday | 9:15 am  

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins ClubCenterra



National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each year, approximately 1.38 million people are diagnosed with breast cancer. This makes breast cancer the most prevalent form of cancer for women worldwide. For men, breast cancer ranks as one of the rarest cancers, affecting less than 1% of the male population. Little is known about what causes breast cancer, leaving preventative measures to a minimum. However, there are some things that can be done to lower risk factors and treat the cancer in its early stages.


As recommended by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, anything that can be done to boost the immune system, maintain weight, and keep fat intake low can help to prevent breast cancer. While there isn’t much known about causes, it is known that fat triggers the estrogen release that encourages tumor growth. Some ideas are:

  • 30 minutes of exercise a day / 3 hours of exercise per week
  • Eating a low-fat diet
  • Filling your diet with green and orange veggies


There are several ways to encourage early detection for breast cancers, some of which are cost-free:

  • Self-exam once per month
  • Clinical breast exam
  • Mammogram (recommended yearly for women ages 40 and up)





TRIBE Team Training at Genesis Miramont South

TRIBE is our small group training program that is the perfect bridge between Personal Training and Group Fitness Classes. Members receive the motivational encouragement from a group, as well as the special attention from a Certified TRIBE Coach. Here at Miramont by Genesis South; we have three programs: FIT, LIFE, and CORE.

FIT is our High Intensity Program that uses weights and plyometric cardio to increase speed, strength, and stamina. Teammates gain better range of motion, increased blood flow, and the reward of burning calories for hours after the workout has ended.

LIFE is our Functional Training Program that combines weights and cardio with low to no impact. Our teammates gain strength as well as improvements in cardiovascular fitness, while being gentle on the joints. It utilizes innovative tools to exercise and challenge all fitness levels.

CORE is our isolation program that targets the building block of our body. It’s focus is on the Back, Belly, Bum and Shoulders. This program utilizes lots of equipment to help teammates learn to connect to the muscles that hold our bodies together. It helps to increase flexibility, stabilization, and strength; all while improving posture and working up a sweat.  

Our seasons run on a 6 week basis, with a FREE TRIAL WEEK that runs in between every season. We are always happy to plug in new faces to our teams.

Check out the schedule online or contact Nicole Stevenson for more information on how to get connected with a TRIBE Team and Coach.

Look in the next couple of weeks for a NEW: 7 am CORE Session with TRIBE Coach Austen on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s!


Climbing Wall

The Upside Down Bouldering Comp | October 18

Things are getting weird at the wall! Join us for The Upside Down Bouldering Comp October 18! 

Redpoint Round 6 - 9 pm

Finals Round 9 - 10 pm

Recreational, Intermediate, Advanced, Open categories

$25 Preregistration

$30 Day of registration

Sign up at the front desk or call 970-221-5000.

Bouldering Comp October 18

Youth Climbing Teams

It's not too late to sign your kids up for on of our Youth Climbing Teams at the North club! We have teams for kids ages 5 - 15, beginner to advanced. Whatever your child's climbing goals are, we have a team that will push them to succeed!


Perfect for new climbers who are interested in learning more about the sport. 4 week sessions, 1x per week.


Ideal for climbers who have completed Base Camp and want to further develop their skills and competencies. 8 week sessions, 2x per week.


Designed for experienced climbers looking to refine their skills. Many participants choose to compete regularly. Seasonal program, 3x per week.

Team practice schedules available here. For more information, contact Abby Matzke at 

Youth Climbing Teams at Genesis Miramont North


Hogwarts Halloween

Take the kids to the Northside Aztlan Community Center for a Hogwarts Halloween celebration on Friday, October 18! Make sure you stop by and say hi to our Youth Department team and play a little quidditch! 




Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, October 5, 5 - 9 pm | FCC

Climbing 102 | Monday, October 7 & Tuesday, October 8, 6:30 - 8:30 pm | North 

Mission Fitness, Disney Dash | Friday, October 11, 4 - 5 pm | South

Parent's Night Out | Friday, October 11, 5 - 9 pm | South

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Saturday, October 12, 10:30 am | FCC

Youth Intro to Climbing at Duncan's Ridge | Saturday, October 12, 9 am - 4 pm | Meet at North

No School Day Camp | Thursday, October 17, 7:30 am - 6 pm | South

The Upside Down Bouldering Comp | Friday, October 18, 6 - 10 pm | North

No School Day Camp | Friday, October 18, 7:30 am - 6 pm | South

TGIF Centerra | Friday, October 18, 5:30 pm | Centerra

Group Fitness Launch, Harry Potter themed | Saturday, October 26 | All clubs

Colorado September Newsletter

Friday, August 30 2019 2:42 PM




 r.i.p.p.e.d. at Genesis Health Clubs

R.I.P.P.E.D. combines resistance, intervals, power, plyometrics, endurance, and core in one fun class! It's designed to help everyone meet their ultimate fitness goals in a super fun, group exercise environment.

Try a R.I.P.P.E.D. class today!

South Centerra
Monday | 12:15 pm Monday | 5:30 pm
Wednesday | 12:15 pm Wednesday | 5:30 pm

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club, Centerra



National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness month. As of September 2018, 19% of United States children were considered medically obese. As a national community, we dedicate the month of September to awareness for this in hopes that we may be able to lower this number and encourage healthier lifestyles. As a health club, this is what we are passionate about 12 months a year! We want to inspire creating healthier habits by eating healthier and shopping to getting more regular exercise and sleep.


Some factors that increase the risk of childhood obesity are logical, but others may surprise you. Here are some of the risks listed by the CDC as being highly influential:

  • inactivity
  • lack of sleep
  • lack of places to go in the community to get physical activity
  • easy access to inexpensive, high calorie foods and sugary beverages
  • lack of access to affordable, healthier foods

Additionally, eating habits, physical activity behaviors, genetics, metabolism, family environment, community factors, home environment, and social factors also play a role in determining risk for childhood obesity. 


The CDC describes childhood obesity as a “major public health problem”. An obese child exponentially increases their risk of developing other health conditions such as asthma, type 2 diabetes, sleep apnea, and bone and joint problem. When compared to peers of normal weights, obese children are also predisposed to heart disease, due to higher blood pressure and cholesterol.

Unfortunately, we live in a society where obese children are often teased and bullied, which also can lead to low self-esteem, social isolation, and depression. These problems can also follow them into adulthood. Adulthood obesity is associated with a higher risk for many types of cancers.  


Eating healthier doesn’t have to break the bank. Healthier foods can be bought for comparable prices to those that aren’t as healthy. Providing lower calorie, nutritious fruits and vegetables in place of sugary snacks allows for children to be fueling their bodies with the proper foods. Another simple way to reduce fat and sugar intake is to always keep water available as a drink instead of other unhealthy beverages.

Exercise is a great weapon against obesity. One of the simplest (and cheapest) ways to get healthier is by getting outside and exercising. This can be done in a variety of ways, from joining a sports team to taking a family hike to setting up an obstacle course in the backyard. Coupled with good nutrition, exercise can drastically change weight and lifestyle, setting children up for an active, healthy life.



Boyd Lake Bash

Escape to the lake & Escape the Ordinary! The Boyd Lake Bash Multisport Festival will be an event you’ll look forward to all season long. Why? Beautiful mountain views, ideal weather and 11 races all in the same morning…yes 11! Did we mention camping? Yup! There’s that too. Sitting on the east side of Loveland and southeast of Fort Collins, this close-to-home multisport race event will have a festival feel that’s intimate, fun and mildly challenging. The course layouts make race morning packed with spectator cheering and multiple athlete flybys. With ON-SITE camping options, make a weekend out of this event and plan some extra relaxation time. 



Fort Collins Fitness Festival - September 21, 2019 | 7:30 am - 3:00 pm | Old Town Fort Collins

Get your ticket TODAY!

Here’s all things Fort Collins Fitness Festival, so you know just what to expect.

Who? The best of the best when it comes to fitness instructors (think Insanity’s Shaun T and former NFL player Keith Mitchell!) leading workouts from the stage for you! All fitness levels and ages are welcome! You can pick which activities to participate in. And we even have a Kids FitZONE, so there is something for everyone.

What? An all-day celebration of movement, community, and breaking free! The day begins with a 5K, followed by group workouts like yoga, boxing, HIIT, dance, and Pilates. Participate in the Festival Games testing endurance and strength hosted by Pursuit Fit. And break it down in a flash mob led by Impulse Dance. Aside from all this great fun, there will be fitness vendors from all over Northern Colorado, each offering experiences for attendees. The general admission area will also have plenty of other trusted wellness vendors. And we’ll have lots of food vendors and a beer garden. The Kids FitZONE will have workouts just for children, plus an obstacle course, aerial silks and more!

Full Festival Schedule


7:30 am Check-in at Howes St/Maples St (for run ONLY)

8:00 am Race Start

*Friday, September 20th pre-race packet & bib pick-ups at Orangetheory Fitness Drake or Harmony studios @ 8:00-11:00 am & 3:00-6:00 pm.


9:00-9:05 am Festival 5K Awards Ceremony

9:15-10:00 am Yoga with Keith Mitchell

10:15-10:45 am HIGH Fitnesswith Lisa Danielson

10:50-10:55 am FESTIVAL WIDE Flash Mob Dance with Impulse Dance [Learn Dance Here]

11:00-11:45 am Pilates/Yoga Fusion with ACT Studio

12:00-12:45 pm HIIT with Shaun T Fitness

12:50-1:20 pm Q&A with Shaun T, Bruce Pitcher, and more!

1:30-2:00 pm MixxedFit®Dance with Gretel Balmer

2:15-2:45 pm Soul on Fire Exercisewith Sarah Korb

Where? This year the Fort Collins Fitness Festival is taking over Old Town Fort Collins. The Main Stage, Kids Zone, and race start are all in Washington Park. The workout zone stretches down Howes Street and the Festival Games plus other vendors will be at Civic Center Park. Check out the event map here.  

Why? The vision behind this event is to bring together fitness lovers from all over the region, no matter how you practice. The “Break Free” theme for 2019 is all about leaving behind the excuses and the false things you believe about yourself. It’s about finding freedom in movement, loving yourself, and taking care of yourself. We want to create a fitness event experience that celebrates all kinds of motion for all people—no matter their fitness ability, age, or place in their wellness journey.



By Yat-Yee Chong

If you could change one thing about your workout, what would it be?

Would you increase the number of times you work out? Amount of time spent each session? Would you find out about the pickleball craze? (Am I the only one who keeps imagining people waving their Vlasic pickles?)

Any change injects new energy into a routine. But can any one thing provide a lasting effect?

For many of us, working out is a “should” thing: we do it because it is good for our health. Exercising is as close to a magic elixir as we get and we’d better be active if we want to stave off diseases, manage stress, and live longer. 

The problem is that this takes discipline. The tendency to choose comfort or pleasure NOW is strong and persistent. I want to read a book. No, I should work out. I want to sleep in. No, I should work out. I want to linger over a meal with friends. No, I should work out. 

Now, if working out is the only thing that makes this demand, it’d be fine. Daily life, however, is filled with decisions that call upon our discipline. Our storage of discipline can deplete quickly.

So what then? Is there anything we can do besides gritting our teeth and giving ourselves stern lectures? 

I believe so. 

We need to change the way we view working out. We substitute “get to” for “should.”

I don't go to Group Pump because it makes me stronger. I go because my muscles are strong. I don't do pushups because they are an excellent full-body workout but because until ten years ago, I couldn’t do a single one. Now I can do many more. 

I don't go to step class because it’s a great cardio workout that requires mental focus. I do it because the torn ligaments in my ankles have healed and I can do lateral movements all day long my coordination hasn’t deserted me during those complicated turns! Woohoo!

I do it because I can. Because I get to. Because I am thankful.  

Try it. Change how you talk to yourself about exercising. Celebrate what you can do. That way you’re going to a party! 

That shouldn't require too much discipline. 

- Yat-Yee teaches Martial Arts and Music Classes at Genesis Centerra.



Labor Day Hours | Monday, September 2 | South, North, FCC close at 3:00 pm; Childcare closes at 12:00 pm; Centerra closed

TGIF at North | Friday, September 6, 5 – 9 pm | North

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, September 7, 5 – 9 pm | FCC

Climbing 102 | Monday & Tuesday, September 9 & 10, 6:30 – 8:30 pm | North

Parent’s Night Out | Friday, September 13, 5 – 9 pm | South

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Saturday, September 14, 10:30 | FCC

FREE TRIBE Trial Week | Monday – Friday, September 16-20 | South

No School Day Camp | Friday, September 20, 7:30 am – 6 pm | South

Salsa Competition | Friday, September 20, 5:30 pm | FCC

Youth Hiking 101 | Saturday, September 21 | Meet at North

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, September 28, 4 – 8 pm | North

Final Friday Dance Party | Friday, September 30 | South

Colorado August Newsletter

Thursday, August 1 2019 1:20 PM

Climbing Wall Open House | August 24, 10 am - 2 pm

Grab your FREE day pass and join us Saturday, August 24 to check out the wall! Rental equipment is buy one, get one free, we'll have Team Members available to belay if you don't have a partner, and a few of our coaches will be facilitating practices for the kids!


Personal Training Equipment Demo

Do you know how to use the ski ergometer? Do you even know what it is? Our Personal Training Assistant Manager at North, Marty, will give you the quick run down!


Featured Group Fitness Class

Barre Fitness at Genesis Miramont South

Forever Fit

Forever Fit is our freestyle senior class for the young at heart! Enhance your quality of life and maintain your strength, balance, joint flexibility, cardio endurance, and core strength!

Try a Forever Fit class today!


Fort Collins Club


Tuesday | 7:00 am

Wednesday | 9:00 am

Wednesday | 8:05 am

Thursday | 7:00 am


Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club


Finish Summer Strong and Health as a Family

As summer is wrapping up, it’s a great idea to get outside and enjoy the beautiful state we live in. There’s really nothing better than being in the sun together as a family having fun. Here are a few ideas of active ways to spend your time with your kids, and ways to ensure that they are being healthy while at home.


One of the simplest ways to make sure that your kids are healthy while they’re at home is to make sure that your house is stocked with healthy foods. That way, when the kids are ravenous monsters, they have plenty of good options to choose from. Some of our favorite kid-friendly, parent, and nutritionist approved snacks are: baby carrots, snacking bell peppers, veggie straws, applesauce, cheese sticks, and fruit cups. Just be wary of some “healthy” snacks like some dried fruits, trail mixes, and juices can be extremely high in added sugar- an alternative is to make your own. Feeling ambitious? Try making home-made granola bars or frozen yogurt drops for cooling treats.


Here are some ideas to get your family out and active, all while having fun together.

  • Soak up the sun at our outdoor pools at the Fort Collins Club or Miramont South.
  • Biking is an amazing family activity that keeps the body moving and allows you to see awesome sights. You could even load your bikes up on the car and take a trip to a trail outside of town. Make sure you and your bikes are ready for the adventure!
  • Plan a field day at home and set up various games and activities for your kids, such as cornhole, tag, jump rope, catch, etc.


Not only do kids need for their bodies to stay healthy, but they need their brains to stay in shape. Keep that cognitive power sharp by getting them a daily workbook that provides 15-20 minutes of appropriate level activities for them. An alternative is to provide them with flashcards to keep their memory up or give them an educational game to play. For a more fun option, critical thinking games are sure to keep your kids busy and thinking.

We’ve only included our favorite summertime ideas here, so get creative if these don’t quite suit your fancy! Really, anything you can do to spend time as a family is great as the summer winds down, be sure to get outdoors and have some fun!



Music and Martial Arts Camp

Parents, need a couple of hours to work out? Drop your kids off at Axon Academy's Midday Camp at Genesis Miramont Centerra. No screen time. Just fun and physical activities!

August 5 - 9, 12 - 16
1 - 3 pm
$55 / session or $100 for both sessions

Sign up today!


Boyd Lake Bash | September 7

The 1st Annual Boyd Lake Bash is only a little over a month away! 

Genesis and Breakaway Athletic Events are partnering to bring our community a morning mix of events and classes at Boyd Lake. 

Bring your friends and family members to participate in FREE fitness and fun from Genesis including yoga, stretching areas for pre and post race, a bootcamp, giant inflatable kids obstacle course and more! 

The Boyd Lake Bash Multisport Festival is a hidden gem of a venue, tucked quietly along the front range. Why add this newly announced event to your schedule? Beautiful mountain views, semi-closed bike course, ideal weather, and beginner friendly race options for the whole family! Did we mention waking up just 200ft from the transition area at one of the Boyd Lake Campsites? Yup! There’s that too. 

Sitting on the east side of Loveland, and southeast of Fort Collins, this close-to-home multisport race event will have a festival feel that’s intimate, fun, and refreshing. The course layouts make race morning packed with spectator cheering and multiple athlete flybys. With ON-SITE camping options, make a weekend out of this event and plan some extra relaxation time. For this first season the entire event is limited to just 400 athletes, don't miss out on the most beginner friendly event to date!

Check out more details at


Special Olympics Silent Auction

The Special Olympics of Colorado will be hosting a silent auction at Genesis Miramont North starting July 30 through September 10 in the front lobby. Members and guests will have the opportunity to bid on timeless autographed pictures and memorabilia. Come on down and support this great organization after you work out!

FORTitude Registration

Don't miss out on this sweet FORTitude hat you get when you register for the 10K at one of our Genesis locations.

Life Revolution Summit 

Genesis is proud to be partnering with amazing leaders in our community and beyond to introduce you to a brand new event happening September 28 and 29 - The Life Revolution Summit!

The Summit is a combination of Health + Wellness + Leadership and the event staff are so excited to bring this to Fort Collins.  They believe it starts with YOUR Health + YOUR Leadership to have the ultimate life you were meant for.  There will be amazing and well-known speakers that will be joining us at this event to dive into topics including health, leadership, relationships, mindset, and legacy.

Check out the details at and join us in attendance for this great new event!


FREE Ladies Climb | Sunday, August 4, 1:30 – 2:30 pm | North

FREE Climbing 101 | Thursday, August 8, 6 – 7 pm |North

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Thursday, August 8, 6:30 pm | FCC

TGIF Pool Party | Friday, August 9, 5 – 9 pm | FCC

Parent’s Night Out | Friday, August 9, 6 – 10 pm | South

Climbing 102 | Monday & Tuesday, August 12 & 13, 6:30 – 8:30 pm | North

FREE Climbing 101 | Thursday, August 15, 6 – 7 pm |North

Seafood Cajun Boil | Friday, August 16, 5 – 8 pm | FCC

Corn Hole Tournament | Friday, August 16, 5:30 pm | FCC

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, August 17, 5 – 9 pm | FCC

Brew-B-Que Tennis Social | Saturday, August 17, 5:30 – 7 pm | South

FREE Ladies Climb | Sunday, August 18, 1:30 – 2:30 pm | North

No School Day Camp | Monday, August 19, 7 am – 5:30 pm | North

FREE Climbing 101 | Thursday, August 22, 6 – 7 pm | North

Climbing Wall Open House | Saturday, August 24, 10 am – 2 pm | North

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Wednesday, August 28, 4:30 pm | FCC

FREE Climbing 101 | Thursday, August 29, 6 – 7 pm |North

Final Friday Dance Party | Friday, August 30 | South

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, August 31, 4 – 8 pm | North

Colorado July Newsletter

Friday, June 28 2019 1:34 PM

TGIF Pool Party

Join us for a TGIF pool party at South Friday, July 12 from 5 - 8 pm. Yes, we will have a cannonball contest at 6 pm and karaoke. Bring your best splash and singing voice!

 Full details here


Personal Training Equipment Demo

Do you know how to use our tire flip equipment at the South location? Personal Training Assistant Manager Rob demonstrates proper technique here!


Featured Group Fitness Class

Barre Fitness at Genesis Miramont South

Barre Fitness

Barre Fitness utilizes small, isometric movements to quickly and effectively change the shape of your body. The classes are based on the popular barre technique that has evolved from the Lotte Berk Method, Callanetics, Yoga, and Pilates. The ballet barre is used for support and stability while muscles are pushed to exhaustion using light weights and balls for different challenges, followed by a series of stretches. No two classes are ever the same so you will be challenged every time. Poise, Balance, Strength!

Try a Barre Fitness class today!


Fort Collins Club

Monday | 12:45 pm

Sunday | 11:30 am

Wednesday | 12:45 pm

Tuesday | 1:00 pm

Saturday | 8:05 am

Tuesday | 6:40 pm


Thursday | 5:30 pm
  Saturday | 10:25 am

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club


Healthy Summer Habits

Healthy Living

New season, new opportunities for healthy living! Check out our favorite tips to make this your healthiest summer yet!

  1.  Move More - With warmer weather and longer days, we have more chances to get up, get out, and get moving!! Take more walks, go on a hiking adventure, take advantage of outdoor pools, play some outdoor sports!
  2. Protect Your Largest Organ - How can you protect your largest organ this summer? With SPF! That's right, your skin is your largest organ and needs lots of TLC in the summer months. Be sure to apply your SPF if spending an extended amount of time outside and wear protective clothing such as hats, shawls, and sunglasses. Try to find an area with shade to avoid direct sunlight when necessary.
  3. Drink More...H2O! - Higher temperatures make for sweatier days. We may be more parched during the summertime so be sure to stay hydrated. Keep a refillable water bottle with you throughout the day to avoid heatstroke, heat exhaustion, and dehydration.
  4. Protect Against the Bites - It's mosquito season! To avoid West Nile, Zika, and itchy irritated skin make sure you have mosquito repellent handy. Citronella candles are also great resources to keep the bugs away. 

Healthy Summer Eating

The summer months yield many opportunities for temptation to indulge in not-so-healthy meals. With family gatherings, holidays, cookouts and more, it can be challenging to stay on track with healthy eating. Check out our tried-and-true tips to stay motivated among the temptations this season.

  1. Stock Up on In-Season Foods - July has a plethora of in-season options! Grab some apricots, blackberries, blueberries, cantaloupe, corn, cucumbers, green beans, kiwi, lettuce, mangoes, okra, peaches, peppers, plums, raspberries, strawberries, summer squash, swiss chard, tomatoes, watermelon, and zucchini this month at the grocery store and farmer's markets!
  2. Cookout Hacks - Moderation is key at cookouts and BBQ’s! Try to fill your plate with fruits, veggies, and grilled meats instead of the mayo-filled salads, sweets, fried foods, and chips. Eat a small snack at home before going to a cookout to avoid over-eating. Bring your own water bottle with you to avoid sodas and sugary juices. If you are hosting, encourage friends to bring Tupperware with them to get rid of the leftovers.
  3. Stay Hydrated - Drink plenty of water this season! Try to drink a glass of water before each meal and throughout the day to help you feel fuller. Give a fruit-infused water combination a try such as cucumber and lemon, orange and strawberry, or blueberry and raspberry. 


Community Crushin' It


Did you know CrossFit is an option at Genesis in Fort Collins? Check out what's happening at CrossFit Miramont:

  • We're going through a massive upgrade!
  • More equipment
  • More space
  • More class times
  • More specialty programs 
  • More Open Gym opportunities
  • More fitness, friends and FUN!

Come by tomorrow, Saturday, June 29 to check it out! 8:30 am we'll introduce the team and our vision, 9:00 - 10:00 am is a beginner friendly workout, and at 10:00 am we'll tour the North facility and have a quick CrossFit membership Q & A.

Contact Nate with any questions.


Music and Martial Arts Classes

Centerra location only: Genesis Centerra is thrilled to announce a new program: music and martial arts classes offered by Axon Fitness and Arts Academy. Students get both fitness and music in one program with the added benefit of strengthening their mind-body connection. This trailblazing program is not available anywhere else. Wonder how it works? Call to set up your two free classes. There is no commitment. If you do enroll, special tuition rates are available for Genesis members. For more information, call Yat-Yee Chong at 970-310-5519 or visit"


Class Times


4 - 4:30 Ages 4-6

4:30 to 5:10 Ages 7-12

5:10 - 5:40 Leadership Life Training

5:40 - 6:20 Private lessons

6:20 - 7:10 Teens and Adults

7:10 - 7:50 Warriorheart Women 50+



4 - 4:30 Ages 4 - 6

4:30 - 5:10 Ages 7 - 12

6:40 - 7:20 Teens and Adults

7:20 - 8 Warriorheart Women 50+


Twin Silo Sprint 5k

Did you run in the Twin Silo Sprint 5k in April? The Fossil Ridge High School honors students who run the event wanted to thank all participants! They had 400 kids run in the UCHealth Healthy Kids one-mile race and 550 runners for the 5k. They raised $7500 which funds three local scholarships, including the Genesis Miramont Lifestyle Fitness Scholarship.



July 4th | North, FCC, South close at 3 pm. Childcare closes at noon. Centerra is closed.

Climbing Academy, ages 6 – 12 | July 1 – 5, 9 am – 3 pm | North

TGIF Pool Party | Friday, July 12, 5 – 9 pm | South

Parent’s Night Out | Friday, July 12, 6 – 10 pm | South

High School Triples Tennis Tournament | Friday, July 12, 5:30 – 7 pm | South

CrossFit Miramont Grand Re-opening | 9 – 10 am | North

Free Ladies Climb | Sunday, July 14, 1:30 – 2:30 pm | North

Climbing 102 | Monday, July 15 and Tuesday, July 16, 6:30 – 8:30 pm | North

Cajun Seafood Boil | Friday, July 19, 5 – 8 pm | FCC

Corn Hole Tournament | Friday, July 19, 5:30 pm | FCC

Parent/Child Doubles Tennis Tournament | Saturday, July 20, 5:30 – 7 pm | South

Free Pilates Equipment Class | Saturday, July 20, 10:30 am | FCC

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, July 20, 5 – 9 pm | FCC

Climbing Academy, ages 6 – 12 | July 22 – 26, 9 am – 3 pm | North

Final Friday Dance Party | Friday, July 26 | South

Parent’s Night Out | Saturday, July 27, 4 – 8 pm | North

Hawaiian B-Que Tennis Social | Saturday, July 27, 5:30 – 7 pm | South

Climbing Academy, ages 6 – 12 | July 29 – August 2 | North

10 Best Tips to Get Your Pedals Turning This Summer!

Wednesday, June 26 2019 3:32 PM

Have you ever noticed how utterly happy a dog looks with his head hanging out a car window? Well that’s how I feel when I’m riding my bike; the wind in my face, heart pumping, and a smile from ear to ear. I’d love to get you to that same level of thrill, whether you’re riding for fitness, function, or just plain fun!


I’ve got five things for you to check on your bike before riding and five things to make any ride more fun! So strap on your helmet, and let’s get rolling!

June is Colorado Bike Month (and generally a great time to be outside), so this is the perfect time to get your bike out and ride. Here’s my short list of five important items to check off before hopping on your bike.

1. Does your bike fit you?

You should feel comfortable sitting on your bike. You shouldn’t have to reach too far to grab the handlebars. Adjust your seat height so when your foot is at the bottom of your pedal stroke, your knee has a slight bend in it.

2. Are your tires inflated?

If you haven’t ridden in a while, definitely pump those tires up! Even if you don’t have a flat tire, just sitting around tires will lose pressure. For a rough frame of reference, road bike tires should generally be inflated between 80-130 psi, hybrid tires between 40-70 psi and mountain bike tires between 25-35 psi. If you want to geek out on tire pressure, check out this article from Bicycling.

3. Do your brakes work?

Before you hop on that bike, stand to the side of the bike and squeeze both your front and rear brakes and rock the bike forward so the rear wheel pops up, and then backward so the front wheel comes off the ground. If your brakes are in good working order, the bike shouldn’t roll forward or backward when doing this. If your brakes aren’t working, please don’t ride the bike! Take it to one of our many bike shops in Fort Collins or check out this video from BikeRadar on how to adjust your caliper brakes at home.

4. Is your chain clean and not too loose?

Take a quick look at the chain to make sure its clean and not rusty. It’s a good idea to grab some chain lube (bike specific, not your regular WD40!) to put on the chain after a quick clean. It’s also a good idea to make sure your chain isn’t worn. Simply grab the chain at a point when it’s on the chainring and see if you can pull the chain away from the chainring. If you can pull the chain away from the teeth of the chainring, you likely need a new chain.

5. Are your quick releases tightened?

Most bikes have a quick release for the wheels and sometimes the seat post. Make sure all quick releases are tightened so you don’t have a wobbly wheel, or worse, one that falls off! If you have no idea what a quick release is, check out this quick video from Global Cycling Network on the quick release and how to tighten one properly.

This is meant to be a quick check on your bike. If you notice anything more serious, take your bike into one of our many great bike shops in Fort Collins and a mechanic can get your bike up and running for you.


Now that your bike is ready to go, I want to make sure you have the best ride possible! These are a few of the things I think about before heading out for a ride.

1. Where are you going?

Take a few minutes to figure out where you want to go and the best way to get there. FC Bikes has a map of our bike ways and trails system that is a fantastic resource to consult before the rubber hits the road.

2. Who are you riding with?

Grab a friend to ride with! I have so much more fun, and can push myself to do more new and challenging things with friends. I recommend checking in with your riding partner to make sure you both want to get the same thing out of the ride. If you want to ride in flip-flops over to get ice cream, and they want to work up a sweat riding the dams, today is probably not the best day to ride together.

Riding with friends

3. What gear do you have?

Make sure for longer rides you have the essentials to be comfortable and safe. Helmet, clipless shoes and pedals, cycling shorts with a chamois (pronounced sham-ee, which provides a little more cushion and breathability – just don’t wear underwear with them!), jersey with pockets (for phone, ID, money, and snacks!), sunglasses, and water bottle(s) are the critical things I don’t ride without.

4. What does the weather look like?

As we all know, the weather in Colorado can be crazy! Check the forecast (and the skies to double check the weatherman) before heading out for a ride. Getting caught in a rainstorm is enough to dampen the fun on any ride. We usually have enough sunny days that it’s possible to plan your rides around the weather, but if not a light, packable raincoat and a little fender can make a world of difference.

5. What is the goal for your ride?

Check in with yourself and your riding partner(s), if you’re not going solo, to make sure everyone is on the same page. Knowing what you want to get out of the ride will help you feel successful and happy with what you accomplish!


After all of this, you might still be thinking, “I’m not sure I’m ready to be out riding on the road or trails yet…but I do want to spin my legs”. If that’s the case, no worries because we have awesome Spinning and indoor cycling classes at any Genesis location. Find a class, grab some shoes (clipless will be more comfortable, but running shoes will also work), shorts with a chamois, a water bottle, and you’re ready to spin!


What are you excited to get out and do on your bike? Tell us below in the comments or share a photo with us on Facebook or Instagram for a chance to win some Genesis Summer swag!



Janna Dickerson is a Graphic Designer and Tennis Pro at Genesis Health Clubs in Fort Collins and rides her bike to work almost every day. She also has a competitive streak and races with Team Rio Grande Cycling and the Fort Follies.

Colorado June Newsletter

Friday, May 31 2019 4:42 PM

TGIF & Trivia

Join us for trivia, climbing or CrossFit at Miramont North for TGIF on Friday, June 7. Climbing and CrossFit kick off at 5:30 and we'll bring out the beer and put our trivia hats on at 7:00 pm! Full details here


The Cafe at Miramont South is OPEN

The Cafe is open 11:00 am - 7:00 pm daily. Don't stress if the kids are hungry after playing hard at the pool, we've got a kids menu, lunch, small plates, and drinks. We also have happy hour every day 3:00 - 5:00 pm. Cheers!

 Cafe at Genesis Miramont South is Open

School’s Out for the Summer!

With the kids out for the summer, we’re excited to offer a variety of activities for the kiddos! Swim lessons at Miramont South and FCCtennis lessons at Miramont South, childcare and Parent’s Night Out at NorthSouth and FCCClimbing Academy at North, and there are still spaces available in Mighty Camp at Fort Collins Club and Mighty Adventure Camp at North!

If you are just enjoying the pool, please keep in mind some of the pool rules

  • No Family Swim in the indoor pool at either Miramont South or FCC
  • No large floatation devices (noodles and water wings are acceptable)
  • The slide is only open when a lifeguard is on duty at South and FCC
  • No running on pool deck
  • No glass containers


Featured Group Fitness Class

Les Mills BodyCOMBAT


Looking increase your strength, endurance, and build self-confidence during a workout? Try BodyCOMBAT, a high energy, martial arts inspired, full-body workout! This class is completely non-contact with no complex moves to master. Your instructor will challenge you to increase the intensity and will motivate you to make the most of each round! 

Try a BodyCOMBAT class today!



Fort Collins Club


Tuesday | 5:30 pm

Thursday | 5:30 pm

Monday | 5:30 pm

Tuesday | 12:00 pm

Wednesday | 4:20 pm


Tuesday | 5:05 am   

Saturday | 8:05 am


Friday | 5:05 am   



Saturday | 9:15 am  


Sunday | 9:15 am  

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club


International Men's Health Week

June 10 - 16

The purpose of Men's Health Week is to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys. Guys, check out the resources below to learn more and stay on top of your health!

  1. Cardiovascular Disease
  2. Sexual Reproductive Health                            
  3. Prostate Health
  4. Mental Health 


Guilt-Free Ice Cream

Cool off after a killer workout with this healthy and delicious (we promise!) ice cream.

What You’ll Need

  1. ripe bananas (frozen)
  2. 2 Tbsp. nut butter of choice
  3. 1 Tbsp. cocoa powder or protein powder of choice
  4. ½ C. unsweetened almond milk (add more for desired amount of creamy-ness)


  1. Chop the frozen bananas into chunks and add to a food processor
  2. Add in the nut butter and cocoa (or protein) power)
  3. Add in the almond milk
  4. Blend well in the food processor until you have a smooth and creamy consistency
  5. Enjoy right away, or transfer into a sealable container and keep frozen



Climbing Academy, ages 6 - 12 | June 3 - 7 | North

Climbing 102 Learn to Lead | June 10 & 11, 6:30 - 8:30 pm | North

Parent's Night Out | Friday, June 14, 6 - 10 pm | South

Father’s Day BBQ | Sunday, June 16, 11:30 am - 4:00 pm | FCC

Climbing Academy, ages 6 - 12 | June 17 - 21 | North

Tennis Summer B-Que Social | Saturday, June 22, 5:30 - 7 pm | South

Parent's Night Out | Saturday, June 22, 5 - 9 pm | FCC

Coffee & Bingo | Friday, June 28

Tennis Junior Triples Tournament | Friday, June 28, 5:30 - 7 pm | South

Parent's Night Out | Saturday, June 29, 6 - 10 pm | North

Colorado May Newsletter

Tuesday, April 30 2019 12:42 PM

Looking forward to FriYAY!

Join us for Pilates, volleyball and tacos at TGIF this Friday, May 3 at the Fort Collins Club!

 Sand Volleyball at Genesis Fort Collins Club


The cat’s pajamas!

Things are better in pajamas, right? This Friday, May 3 is our 1st Annual Pajamarama Bouldering Comp at Miramont North at 6:00 pm. Register today!

Rec | Int | Adv | Open

Redpoint Round | 6:00 - 9:00 pm
Finals Round | 9:00 - 10:00 pm

Free beer from Funkwerks and prizes! 

$25 pre-registration | $30 day of comp

 Pajamarama Bouldering Comp


Featured Group Fitness Class

Optimal Alignment

Are you new to yoga? We’ve got a perfect class for you! Explore the postures of yoga by taking time to breathe within each during the Optimal Alignment Yoga class. Class will be focused on proper form and alignment in each posture. Postures will be held for 5-20 breaths. It is geared toward participants who are brand new to, newer to or getting back into yoga.

Try an Optimal Alignment Yoga class today!



Fort Collins Club


Monday | 6:40 - 7:40 pm

Tuesday | 9:15 - 10:30 am

Monday | 5:15 - 6:30 pm

Monday | 12:00 - 12:55 pm

Tuesday | 9:15 - 10:15 am

Tuesday | 5:30 - 6:30 pm

Tuesday | 7:45 - 8:45 am  Tuesday | 7:00 - 7:55 am 

Thursday | 6:15 - 7:30 pm

Wednesday | 9:15 - 10:15 am 

Tuesday | 5:30 - 6:30 pm  Friday | 12:00 - 12:55 pm 

Sunday | 9:15 - 10:15 am

Thursday | 7:50 - 9:05 am

Thursday | 7:45 - 8:45 am  

Friday | 9:15 - 10:15 am

Thursday | 9:15 - 10:15 am  
    Friday | 9:15 - 10:15 am  
    Saturday | 4:00 - 5:00 pm  
    Sunday | 8:45 - 10:15 am  

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club



Global Employee Health and Fitness Month

Are you a sitter or a stander? Did you know that doing either for more than 4 consecutive hours is not good for your body? 

SITTER: If you are sitting for more than 4 hours a day- this is a sedentary lifestyle behavior. This applies even if you go to the gym regularly after work!

Possible Ailments: Neck stiffness, heart disease, obesity, lower back pain, restless legs.

What can you do? Take periodic walks throughout the day to get water, during lunch breaks, or walk to a coworker's desk instead of sending an email. Get a convertible desk so you can stand throughout your workday, use fitness trackers or apps to keep track of your fitness levels. Also keep in mind how important posture is and having your station adjusted to fit YOU.


STANDER: If you are standing for more than 4 hours a day- risks start to set in. "Too much" standing is also based on your own circumstances, such as being pregnant.  

Possible Ailments: increased risk of chronic lower back pain, musculoskeletal disorders, pain/aching in legs and feet, flat feet, heel spurs and plantar fascitis, increased stroke risk, degeneration of joints and spine. 

What can you do? begin stretching throughout the day, get supportive shoes or an anti fatigue mat.  


Fun in the Sun!

Even though we just got snow, the sunny, warm weather is on it’s way! (Right, mother nature?!?) UV rays can damage our skin in as little as 15 minutes! To avoid damage, follow the CDC's recommendations below.

  1. Find Shade: Finding shade from a tree, umbrella, or other shelter can do wonders for protection from the sun.
  2. Protective Clothing: When practical long sleeve pants and shirts provide the best protection. There are clothing items designed to protect you from UV rays, even a t-shirt which has an SPF rating below 15 is better than nothing!
  3. Protective Accessories: Wearing a hat with a brim that goes all the way around will help protect your face, ears, and the back of your neck! Sun glasses are a great way to protect your eyes and the soft skin around them as well. 
  4. Sunscreen: last but definitely not least is sunscreen! A good rule of thumb is to have an SPF of at least 15, check the expiration date (if there isn't one they are not effective past 3 years), and reapply every 2 hours. There are quite a few cosmetics out there with SPF in them! Just remember not to use them alone if the SPF is lower than 15. 



Wilderness First Aid Course | Thursday, May 2 - Sunday,  May 5 | Register by May 1, email

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Wednesday, May 8, 5:30 pm | FCC

Parent's Night Out | Friday, May 10, 6 - 10 pm | South

Climbing 102: Learn to Lead | Monday, May 13 & Tuesday, May 14, 6:30 - 8:30 pm | North

No School Day Camp | Friday, May 17, 7:30 am - 6 pm | South and FCC

Parent's Night Out | Saturday, May 18, 5 - 9 pm | FCC

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Tuesday, May 21, 11 am | FCC

Cafe Open! | Friday, May 24 | South

FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Saturday, May 25, 10:15 am | FCC

Parent's Night Out | Saturday, May 25, 4 - 8 pm | North

Coffee & Bingo | Friday, May 31, 8 - 11 am | South

Final Friday Dance Party | Friday, May 31 | South

Colorado April Newsletter

Monday, April 1 2019 10:49 AM


The Environment and Your Health

In the spirit of celebrating Earth Day on April 22, we wanted to share a few ways spending time outside can be beneficial to your health!

  • Nature Heals - Being in or viewing scenes of nature helps reduce blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and even mortality (Stamatakis & Mitchell, 2013).
  • Nature Soothes - Viewing nature helps us tolerate and cope with physical and emotional pain better. 
  • Nature Restores - Provides a respite for our overactive minds, helping us relax and decompress (Ulrich, 2003). 
  • Nature Connects - A study done by Kuo (2003) found that people felt a higher sense of belonging in neighborhoods, reduced crime rates, and aggression the more trees and green spaces were incorporated

 Running outside

Environmental Wellness

Here are some simple ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle to help improve our environment for the future:

1. Turn off lights in rooms that are not in use

2. Seek alternative modes of transportation – walking, biking, carpooling or public transportation.

3. Start a garden in your yard or keep a few herbs/indoor plants around the house

4. Buy recycled products--and recycle your products as much as possible

5. Unplug chargers/appliances that are not in use (cell phone chargers, toasters, etc.)

6. Go paperless! Request electronic copies and get off your junk mail mailing lists! 

7. Invest in refillable drink bottles/mugs--and skip the straws!

8. Invest in reusable shopping bags and leave a spare one in the card for the spontaneous trip to the grocery store

9. Clean up trash in your neighborhood

10. Compost your raw food leftovers


Around the Club

Feeling those summer vibes with our summer camp for kids

All registration is open for Mighty Camp at Miramont South and Fort Collins Club, and Mighty Adventure Camp at Miramont North

Mighty Camp 

Give it a TRI!

Have you always wanted to do a Triathlon, but not sure how to get started? The first step is setting a goal by choosing a race. 

The Epic Mini Triathlon here in Fort Collins, on May 26th, is a great beginner-friendly triathlon. This race features a short distance course with a 450 meter pool swim, 10 mile bike ride and a 2 mile run.

There's no fancy gear required either. Your swimsuit and goggles, a helmet, and bike with good tires (no tandems or recumbent) and a pair of running shoes can get you across the finish line.

At Genesis, we're here to help support you in meeting your goals and getting you ready for race day! Our personal trainers can get you set with the basic skills and fitness to have a great race morning at the Epic Mini Tri.

And if you need extra incentive to get out to try something new, Genesis Members get $15 off their Epic Mini entry using code GENESIS15 during registration. Don't wait too long though! Race slots are filling up and the deadline to guarantee a participant t-shirt and finisher medal is April 19th!


Featured Group Fitness Class


Need something to spice up your fitness routine? HIIT is a freestyle and circuit formatted workout will target your entire body with cardio and strength training. The interval-based nature of HIIT will keep you moving and sweating and best of all, it keeps your body guessing week after week.

Try a HIIT class today!



Fort Collins Club


Monday | 5:05 am

Tuesday | 12:15 pm

Wednesday | 5:05 am

Monday | 5:30 am

Wednesday | 5:05 am



Friday | 5:05 am



Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club

 High Intensity Interval Training


FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Wednesday, April 3 | 5:30 pm | Fort Collins Club
TGIF | Friday, April 5 | 5 – 7 pm | Miramont South
Workout, socializing, and beer all in one place…why wouldn’t you be there?
No School Day Camp | Friday, April 12 | 7:30 am – 6:00 pm | South
FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Thursday, April 18 | 6:00 pm | Fort Collins Club
Bike to Genesis Day | Monday, April 22 | All CO Genesis locations
Chili Cookoff | Friday, April 26 | 5:00 pm | Fort Collins Club
Twin Silo Sprint 5k | Saturday, April 27 | Twin Silo Park

Colorado March Newsletter

Tuesday, March 5 2019 1:04 PM


March is National Nutrition Month!

Trying to eat healthier can be a daunting task; we've been there too! To celebrate National Nutrition Month (without that extra cookie!) we've got some simple ways to improve your nutrition on a daily basis. 

  • Drink more water - filling up on water from morning to night does great things for the body. Try to replace sugary drinks with water. Keeping a reusable water bottle near you at all times can help!
  • Eat a variety - try to fill your plate with different colors and types of foods. For example, a meal consisting of broccoli, chicken, brown rice and grapes contains a variety of nutrients.
  • Track portions/calories - try to keep a food diary or use a food tracking app (My Fitness Pal, FitBit, Fooducate, etc.) to gauge how big your portions are as compared to serving sizes. Adjust portions as needed to avoid over-consumption.
  • Pay attention to how you feel after meals - if you notice gut discomfort or other symptoms after a meal, pay attention to what you just consumed and use a process of elimination to determine the type of food you may need to remove from your diet.
  • Reduce consumption of processed foods - boxed, bagged, and frozen items tend to be more processed and less nutritious. When grocery shopping, try to stick to the outside perimeter where more of the whole foods are located. Fill your cart with these items first!

Check out other amazing resources on how to incorporate nutrition into your life with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics



Around the Club

Feeling those summer vibes with our summer camp for kids

All registration is open for Mighty Camp at Miramont South and Fort Collins Club, and Mighty Adventure Camp at Miramont North

Mighty Camp 


Featured Group Fitness Class


  • This class is scientifically proven to tone & shape your entire body using its signature Rep Effect formula.
  • The Rep Effect is a low-weight, high rep strategy that aims to improve aerobic fitness, muscular strength & muscular endurance. 
  • Instead of traditional heavy lifting designed to build muscle, this class fatigues the muscles with low weights to develop leaner muscles. 
  • In a single BODYPUMP class you can expect to perform 800 to 1,000 reps.

Try a BODYPUMP class today!



Fort Collins Club

Tuesday | 6:15 am

Tuesday | 5:05 am

Monday | 5:05 am

Tuesday | 12:15 pm

Wednesday | 12:15 pm

Tuesday | 6:15 am

Tuesday | 6:40 pm

Wednesday | 4:20 pm

Thursday | 6:15 am

Thursday | 6:15 am

Thursday | 5:05 am

Friday | 6:15 am

Sunday | 4:20 pm

Friday | 12:15 pm

Check out full class schedules for SouthNorthFort Collins Club

 BODYPUMP at Genesis Health Clubs


FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Tuesday, March 5 | 5:30 pm | Fort Collins Club


TGIF March Madness at North | Friday, March 8 | 5:30 - 9:00 pm

Join us at Miramont North for open gym (all day), fun fitness classes (5:30 - 7:00 pm), and FREE food and beer (7:00 - 9:00 pm).


Wiffle Ball Tournament | Friday, March 15 | 5:00 | Fort Collins Club

Get a team together for this fun event! 4 players per team (must be 16 years old), $20 / team ($10 Non-Member guest fee). Check in at 5:00 pm, games start at 5:30 pm in the gym. Sign up at the Fort Collins Club Front Desk.


FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Saturday, March 16 | 10:30 am | Fort Collins Club


No School Day Camp | Monday 3/18 - Friday 3/22 | 7:30 am - 6:00 pm | South

Climbing Academy | Monday 3/18 - Friday 3/22 | 9:00 am - 3:00 pm | North


FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Thursday, March 21 | 8:30 am | Fort Collins Club


FREE Pilates Equipment Class | Monday, March 25 | 10:30 am | Fort Collins Club


Final Friday Dance Party | Friday, March 29 | 5:30 pm | South

Shhh! We're Recording a Podcast - E. 3: Summit!

Friday, June 22 2018 5:04 PM

On this episode of “Shhh! We’re recording a Podcast”, Sarah talks to two frequent summiters of Colorado’s 14,000 ft peaks about what to expect when hiking a 14er! Jolee Yager, Miramont by Genesis yoga instructor and massage therapist extraordinaire, and Justin Pearl, a Miramont by Genesis personal trainer andall-around rock star, join Sarah in the conversation about what gets them up a mountain. They’ve got tales to tell and we’ve got trails to hike! 

Have you looked up at the mountains wondering how to power yourself to the top? We’ve got the answers for you! We talk about good choices for food to eat, layers to wear, how to prep, and those extra little things you might want to throw in your pack. Jolee and Justin also dive into their inspiration to summit those peaks.

Listen now: 

Take a look at some of the websites mentioned in the podcast and then get your hiking shoes ready and get out there!

Jolee and Justin on Huron Peak

Colorado 14ers Guide 

Rocky Mountain National Park Trails List

Shhh... We're Recording a Podcast - E. 2: Take a Hike

Thursday, May 17 2018 4:26 PM

On the second episode of Shhh! We're Recording a Podcast, Sarah is still trying to figure out how mic's work… 

ALP White Water Rafting

but we also have the amazing Youth Department team on board to talk about the fantastic things you and your 

kids can do this summer in Fort Collins and with us at Miramont by Genesis. In this episode we hear from Christina Payne, maestro of the Youth Department, Spencer Kaye who is heading up the Adventure Leadership Program, and Vince Hauser who is leading the Summer Camp this year! (Not to mention all of the other amazing offerings they facilitate like Balanced Kids, Itty Bitty Bouncers, Mission Fitness, and Parent’s Night Out!) Learn about the benefits of family fun time, rock climbing, and especially hiking, for the kiddos! Hear about our exciting summer programs, what's coming up in the Youth department this year, and additional must-knows. Don’t forget about our outdoor pool at the South location with pool side service from our Café, opening Memorial Day weekend!

Something we didn’t discuss on the episode but worth a huge mention are Birthday Parties! YouYouth Obstacle Course can have a super fun, active, and relatively effortless birthday party at our South and North locations for up to 15 kids. SOOOO worth it, says me, a mom :)

Listen to it all here:

Shhh... We're Recording a Podcast - E. 2: Take a Hike 


Check out some of our Youth Department team’s favorite hikes, areas to be outside, and activities for the summer!

Gateway Natural Area:

Poudre Canyon:

Curt Gowdy State Park:

Rocky Mountain National Park:

Big South Trail:

Shhh... We're Recording a Podcast - E. 1: Fig Newtons and Brake Checks

Thursday, April 19 2018 12:44 PM

On the debut episode of “Shhhh…We’re Recording a Podcast”, your host, Sarah, is joined by Janna DickersonJanna Dickerson (Miramont by Genesis marketeer and Fort Follies Cycling Team member) and Kris Laine (the hardest of hard core spin instructors) to discuss the benefits of cycling both in the studio and in your community! Learn about the amazing resources that Fort Collins has to offer cyclists, how to become a part of the booming cycling community in Fort Collins, and how Miramont by Genesis can help you get involved and ready, and maybe even help you find your new passion! 

Ride on!


Check it out:

Calendar of Events:

Bike Trail Map;

Bike Fort Collins - Safe Routes to School program, resources, and bicycling advocacy:

City of Fort Collins Bike Page - Bike to Work Day map, Bike Month happenings and other fun information: 

Fort Collins Bike Share:

Genesis Health Clubs Continues Explosive Growth With Move Into Colorado

Thursday, November 2 2017 11:36 AM

Miramont Lifestyle Fitness announces today the sale of all four health clubs, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, to Miramont Lifestyle Fitness joins Genesis Health Clubs rapidly growing family of locationsGenesis Health Clubs. This includes the three main full-service health clubs under the Miramont Lifestyle Fitness name: Miramont North, Miramont South and Miramont Central, with amenities such as indoor and outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts and a climbing gym, as well as REVE fitness, a boutique studio currently operated by Miramont Lifestyle Fitness.

Founder and owner Cliff Buchholz is pleased to have Genesis taking the reins of Miramont Lifestyle Fitness. “It’s nice to be able to turn these clubs over to a like-minded individual. Between our love for fitness and entrepreneurial spirits, I know that my clubs are going to someone who shares the vision I’ve spent decades building. These clubs are who I am. I wouldn’t have it any other way.”

With this acquisition, Genesis Health Clubs expands its footprint to 44 locations throughout Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, and now Colorado.

Genesis Health Clubs owner Rodney Steven II commented, “It’s such a natural fit. Miramont Lifestyle Fitness does so many great things and they are similar to our clubs in a lot of ways. Plus, we’ve wanted to expand into Colorado for some time. I’ve long admired the state’s dedication to health and fitness; we’re going to fit right in.”

While the ownership will be new, Steven assured members they won’t be seeing any sudden changes. “Often, we move into clubs that need a lot of help and rehabilitation. In this case, we’re happy to be taking the keys to exceptionally well-run clubs. This is a tremendous opportunity to learn, while striving to meet and exceed the high standards the members expect.”

“Cliff is an industry icon,” said Steven. “He and his team have spent over 40 years building a shining beacon of fitness in Fort Collins. He was one of the top 20 tennis players in the country and he was one of the founders of the Lipton Open. What a legend. We are proud and humbled to have the opportunity to work hard to continue his legacy.”

When asked about future plans in Colorado, Steven grinned. “We’ll see what the future holds. Right now, I’m just focused on running these clubs right. Of course, I won’t mind getting some workouts in these beautiful facilities while soaking in the mountain views in the meantime.”

©2021 Genesis Health Clubs