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Body Mass Index is a quick and effective way to measure body fat. Knowing your BMI is important to help determine your overall fitness and your risk of developing chronic diseases.

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Learn About Us

The facility is open 24/7 and is staffed with a Manager and Wellness Coordinator Monday-Friday from 6am-6pm.

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Our Services

We offer a variety of group fitness classes, personal training, fitness assessments, nutrition & life coaching, and much more!

NEW FITNESS CENTER MANAGEMENT

Help Welcome Our New Staff

Elevation Corporate Health is now managing the Mojave Fitness Center! Be sure to stop by and meet the new onsite staff. They are excited to meet everyone!

Monday

PURE MUSCLE

11:15 AM with Marisa

ZUMBA

5:00 PM with Bri

Tuesday

ALL LEVELS YOGA

6:00 AM with Marisa

BOOTCAMP

5:00 PM with Lorie

Wednesday

CORE & MORE

11:20 AM with Marisa

ZUMBA

5:00 PM with Bri

Thursday

SUNRISE YOGA

6:00 AM with Marisa

BOOTCAMP

5:00 PM with Lorie

Friday

ZEN ZONE

7:00 AM with Marisa

PURE MUSCLE

12:15 PM with Marisa

FEATURED

Workout of the month

This is a beginner level workout that is designed to burn fat and build lean muscle mass through a series of short, strength intervals. Complete one set of each exercise and repeat 3 times. Enjoy!

Push Ups - 3 sets of 15 reps

Start in a plank position on your toes or knees. Bend your elbows and slowly lower your chest towards the ground. Once your elbows reach a 90 degree angle, press yourself back up to plank!

Air Squats - 3 sets of 30 seconds

Begin with your feet hip width apart (or a little wider). Keeping your weight in your heels, bend your knees and lower your glutes toward the ground (pretend to sit back in a chair). Once your thighs are almost parallel to the ground, stand back up!

Butterfly Sit-ups - 3 set of 15 reps

Start on your back with the soles of your feet together, knees wide. Tap both hands on the ground over your head, sit up, and tap both hands on the ground in front of your feet. Slowly lower back down and repeat.