FFC Gold Coast
Club Programming

Recent news:

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It’s been shown that a major mineral the majority of the population is lacking is Magnesium. The Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of Magnesium for females 19-31+ years old is 310-320 mg/day, with that number increasing during pregnancy; for males, 19-31+ years, 400-420 mg/day is recommended. This mineral decreases naturally after one works out via sweat. It is critical for heart health, creating energy within our bodies, and regulates nerve transmission and muscle contraction. There are many food sources that contain magnesium, such as whole grains (i.e. brown rice), green leafy vegetables (i.e. spinach), and nuts (i.e. almonds). Furthermore, make sure you’re fueling your body with enough magnesium so your muscles can function adequately! Brought to you by Rush Physical Therapy located in our club just to the Right of the elevators.

Interested in scheduling a consultation with one of their physical therapists? Contact Clare at ClKramer@rushpt.com.

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Spring has arrived, so why not host a social event? The Spring Socializer will take place on Saturday, March 11 from noon to 1 pm for the women of our club. Meet new friends, and hear what’s new and exciting at FFC from fellow members. Wine and light snacks will be served. RSVP by March 10.

Please contact BPomeroy@ffc.com for more details or to RSVP.

Woman rolling up a yoga mat.

Celebrate the Spring Equinox, when the length of day and night are equal, with this transformative Vinyasa flow. Explore the theme of balance and reconcile the opposing parts of yourself. Let Yogi Marissa C guide you as you twist out any stagnant energies and bring openness to your body and mind.

Join us on March 20 at 6:45 pm. Register today in the FFC+ app!

Pickleball paddles and balls

Looking for some strong Pickleball play? Looking to sharpen your skills or learn how to play? Our pickleball program has you covered at all levels.

We are currently offering Open Play, lessons/clinics and leagues. Email Jessica at JKorda@ffc.com to receive details about our pickleball programs.

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DASH, Developing Active Senior Health, is a special FFC community, designed for people who want to stay active, fit, healthy and social, all the days of their life. We have a great lineup of classes and events for February, and we hope to see you there!

  • DASH Fitness: Every Tuesday and Thursday at 9 AM
  • Foundations Yoga: Every Wednesday at 9 AM
  • Intro to Weights: Every Friday at 11 AM
  • Aqua Workouts: Monday – Friday at 10 AM; Saturdays at 11 AM (No class on Sundays)