Thank you for your response to our 2014 Member Survey! Your feedback on the club is very important to us and helps us shape our programs and services as well as lets us know what we need to improve to provide the best experience.
We were pleased to see that the majority of you who responded to the survey are satisfied with our equipment, staff, programs, cleanliness, and membership value. We did receive several excellent comments and suggestions, which we shared with our management team and evaluated for implementation. We found we are able to change and address most of your concerns or suggestions.
Some of the suggestions and subsequent changes that are taking place or being looked into include:
- Selling fresh fruit at the front desk.
- Updating our snack options to include more nutritional items, like nuts and cheese.
- Adding more group exercise classes to the schedule.
- Offering regular equipment orientations to help members get to know the new equipment.
- Adding a timer to the stretching machines.
- Keeping a closer eye on the cleanliness of the locker rooms.
- Offering more special events for younger members.
- Better educating members on our weight loss programs and services.
- Adding an anti-slip application to the tiles in pool.
Some of the suggestions we received require additional information in order to be considered for implementation. If your request was not addressed above, please feel free to contact our general manager or fill out a comment card with more information.
We would also like to thank you for all of the very positive things you had to say about us! We appreciate each and every one you and thank you for being a member of ProMedica Wildwood Athletic Cub!
Not sure how to use a machine? Every first Wednesday of the month, our certified personal trainers will demonstrate how to use a new piece of equipment as well as exercises to help you achieve the best results. Orientations will take place 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. and 6 – 7 p.m. For more information, please visit the table outside the member advocates office.
ProMedica Wildwood Athletic Club is pleased to welcome three new group exercise instructors: Karli Sasscer, Nikki Mesing and Emily Clouser.
Karli will be leading our new aqua Zumba and Zumba classes. She is currently working on her master’s degree in clinical exercise physiology at the University of Toledo. She loves teaching fitness classes, especially ones that are fun, upbeat and produce a great workout.
Nikki will be teaching Pilates, Kettlebell and Bootcamp at the club. Originally from southwest Michigan, Nikki and her husband have two daughters. They are an active family and enjoy water sports in the summer and skiing in the winter. She has been teaching group exercise classes for the past three years, and is certified Kettlebell, Pilates, Silver Sneakers, and CPR. She is passionate about working with people to help them reach their exercise and personal goals.
Emily is our new Cycling, Bootcamp and Core & More instructor. She is certified personal trainer through the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. She has taught a variety of cycling classes, including cycling and strength classes as well as a cycling bootcamp. She has a passion for exercise because it reduces stress, improves heart health, release endorphins that improve your mood, and gives you more energy for the activities of daily living. For her, helping others achieve their goals and improve their overall well-being is very rewarding.
Keep your kids moving with the help of some fun dance and activity videos in the Kids’ Club! Classes take place on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. for children ages 6 – 13, and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. for children ages 2 – 6. Please stop by the Kids’ Club for more information.
Ditch your normal workout and join our fun new classes: Aqua Zumba and Barre Basics.
Aqua Zumba is a fun party in the water. You’ll have fun dancing to the music while getting a great cardio and toning experience. Classes are on Wednesdays at 8:30 a.m., Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays 10:30 a.m.
Barre Basics is a unique, core-based exercise that uses a chair and / or a small body bar to give you a sense of center and balance, allowing you to isolate specific muscle groups. Focusing on your glutes, thighs, arms, and torso, it incorporates many of the same elements of Pilates, yoga and ballet with light cardio to create an excellent total body workout. Classes are on Mondays at 9:30 p.m. and Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m.
- Recognize the threat ahead of time. Wildwood Athletic Club will use alerts from local and national news stations, text alerts, ProMedica Security, and/or seeing lightning or hearing associated thunder.
- Identify safe and unsafe places in advance. Safe areas at Wildwood Athletic Club are dry areas inside club. Unsafe areas are places near electrical conductors or equipment, metal objects, water or wet floors.
- Take action to suspend activities. When lightning is within six to eight miles, Wildwood Athletic Club will evacuate people to safe areas.
- Determine when activities should be resumed. Wildwood Athletic Club will wait 30 minutes after the last sighting of lightning before resuming normal activities in the pool.
Come help us cheer on the Rockets as they take on the University of Missouri on Saturday, September 6! Call or stop by the front desk to purchase your tickets for the game and a pre-game tailgate party outside the Glass Bowl with food from Manhattan’s restaurant and other refreshments. The party takes place 10 a.m. to noon. Tickets are $5 each, which includes food, drinks and admission to the game.