March 2 - 8, 2020 


We're cheering you on! Keep at those goals. We know you can stick to them and make progress! 

Our new website features a page showing the weekly fitness schedule. You can follow the link above or find it anytime at



The Lost-N-Found will be sorted on:

Tuesday, March 3rd.


Please check with the front desk for items you may have lost.

Items not claimed will be removed for donation.


Free - Beginner Cycling Demo

Wednesday, March 4th
at 4:30 pm
with Jeff Isaacs

Burn Calories as you Enjoy your Ride!
An opportunity to burn some calories in an inspiring environment. 

Set your own Pace! 
Find your comfort zone, adapt to being stationary and make the experience your own.

Improve your Cardio for a Healthy Heart! 
Work on controlled breathing while building up your endurance and cardiovascular training.

An opportunity to try something new 
and how you can add indoor cycling to your fitness routine!
March Fitness Schedule Update

Starting on Wednesday, March 4th 

5:15 pm
with Doug Brown

Starting on Friday, March 6th
"Power, Spin & Push" 
45 min. Express Cycle
at 12:15 pm
with Irena Ossola

Sham-Rocking Zumba
Saturday, March 7th
with Danny

Celebrating spring and wear green for a wee bit of luck! 

Free - Dynamic Rope Workout

Tuesday, March 10th
at 4:45 pm
with Pamela Herzenberg

Work New Muscles!

Wave, slam or rip ropes to move in many directions to increase range of motion and work different muscles.


Total Body Workout! 

You can challenge different muscles for a total body workout by your grip, how you move the ropes and your distance to the anchor point.


Get Stronger! 

Resistance will strengthen  your abs, arms,biceps, triceps, shoulders, quads and glutes.



An opportunity to try something new 

and how you can add battle ropes to your fitness routine!


  • Please reserve all courts through the front desk
  • Courts may be reserved up to - 2 days in advance at 7 am.
  • Banging or knocking on the door is prohibited.
  • Do not enter the facility more than 5 minutes before your scheduled time.
  • If you need to cross a court that is occupied to access yours, please only cross in between points.
  • No profanities, yelling or screaming at any time while on court.
  • Cell phones must be silenced.
  • This is a fragrance free facility.
  • Show respect to all players at all times.
  • Please leave the court promptly when your scheduled time ends.
Paddle Ball Night

March 5th
5 - 7 pm
with Emit Coe & Aaron Embry

Paddleball Professionals from San Diego will come to 
El Gancho to introduce members to the game of  Paddleball.

Paddleball can be played with two players (singles), three players ("cut throat"), or four players (doubles). The rules of  paddleball are similar to indoor  racquetball, and both sports are played on the same 40-by-20-foot (12.2 by 6.1 m) court. The most-significant differences between  paddleball and racquetball are:
  • Paddleball is played with a solid paddle, rather than a strung racket.
  • paddleball is slower (and slightly larger) than a racquetball.
  • Paddleball games are played to 21 points, instead of 15 or 11 (as in racquetball)

No advanced sign up needed - just come join in the fun! 
Name | Company | Phone | Email | Website
  El Gancho Fitness Swim and Racquet Club | 505-988-5000 |