Member Update 6/11/20

Read more about what’s available at Kroc Greenville here.

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An Update to our Members

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Welcome Back!

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Why Practice Yoga?

When asked, “Why should one practice Yoga?”, my mind runs through all the amazing physical benefits of learning and working through different yoga poses, and how it keeps my arms and legs toned and helps strengthen my core, and how it relieves stress and mental anxiety.

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Exercise and Immunity

If you’ve been following the news, you know the drill: wash your hands thoroughly, cough or sneeze into a tissue or your elbow, clean surfaces thoroughly, self-isolate if you think you’ve been in contact with an infected person. Until a vaccine is developed, these are the recommendations for preventing the spread of COVID-19. 

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Kid-Focused Blog Healthy Bodies Include Healthy Minds: What Color Do You Feel Today?

Engaging our families during this time is a priority of Kroc Greenville. From Kroc Blogs to the Slow Down Showdown to Online Fitness Videos, we are working hard to maintain relationships and help you maintain active and healthy lifestyles. 

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Breathing Techniques and Benefits

Breathing happens naturally on a regular basis. So why should you practice breathing exercises, better known as pranayama? Pranayama comes from the Sanskrit words “prana,” which means breath or life force and “ayama,” which means to extend or expand. When combined together, they mean extension of life force. 

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KROC KITCHEN STORIES

For those of you who do not know, the Kroc has a commercial kitchen with a classically trained chef. Chef Geoff Schneider has run the Kroc Kitchen and Events Department since 2017.

10 Household Items to use for your Workouts

Exercising at home isn’t for everybody, but many of you are faced with trying to create ways to keep your normal workout routine going provided current circumstances.

How to Stay Motivated When No One Is Watching! 5 Tips for Working Out from Home

While Greenville remains on lockdown, you may be finding it difficult to fit your workouts into your daily plan and challenging to find the motivation… especially when no one is watching!

Slow Down Showdown Blog

When it comes to our Kroc Team, YOU motivate US! That’s why we are excited to bring you the Slowdown Showdown: A five-week competition that tracks both community impact and physical impact. Earn points for completing workouts and for staying busy around your house.

Kroc Membership Update (3/26)

Dear Kroc Greenville Family, As we have all felt the impact of the outbreak in one way or another, we hope that you are staying well and healthy during this time. We are looking forward to when we will be able to open our doors to our members and our entire community once again. In […]

Kroc Tennis Update (3/18)

Kroc Greenville Tennis Courts Overview

Kroc Tennis has reopened as of 4/29. See statement and hours here. Dear Kroc Tennis Members, We want to assure you that we take the health and well-being of our community, players, friends and associates very seriously. Like you, we are closely monitoring the developing effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. For past two weeks, […]

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UPDATE: Kroc Greenville Statement Regarding COVID-19

Dear Kroc Community, Kroc Greenville will temporarily close to members and guests beginning Tuesday, March 17. Child Watch will close at 1 PM on Monday, March 16. Follow our Facebook page for updates on our future reopening. Kroc Tennis Center will remain open for regular play, lessons, and clinics (with a maximum of four players per […]

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS IN WINTER

WRITTEN BY ALI FILEY A Healthy And Happy Winter Makes For A Healthy And Happier Year Ever winter in the United States and in other countries with temperate climates, the rate of people that succumb to colds and flus rises, with severe influenza affecting up to 25% of the population on epidemic years. While many colds and […]

KROC GREENVILLE STATEMENT REGARDING COVID-19

Dear Valued Members and Guests,

Kroc Greenville is committed to prioritizing the health and wellness of our community, patrons and staff. We are taking precautionary measures to address the COVID-19 (coronavirus).