Discover True Wellness at Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center.
Our wellness experts have created programming for the whole family! Children can participate in a variety of programs and activities while parents are taking group exercise classes, using our state-of-the-art equipment, or visiting with our wellness professionals, like our Massage Therapists and Registered Dietitian.
Training & Performance Center
The Training and Performance Center offers something for everyone! Enroll your child in our renowned youth speed, agility, and strength program and find out how we can help your athlete achieve success on and off the field. If you are an adult, come try out one of our adult strength and conditioning sessions and discover how we can help you achieve your goals.
Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center provides all members with a personalized TechnoGym Wellness Key, an industry leading fitness solution that leverages technology to keep our coaches connected with our members and track progress.
Become a Member
Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center is a family-oriented wellness resource in McLean County. At our comprehensive facility, we are focused on promoting whole-person health and complete well-being for each member. Our member experience and services will change the way you think about your wellness journey.
News & Events
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News Fitness Program for People with Disabilities to Expand
July 25, 2018
n innovative McLean County private-public partnership to help people with developmental and intellectual disabilities to achieve their health and fitness goals has exceeded expectations, so the program will…Read More
Staff Updates Can tweaking your mindset change your health?
July 20, 2018
The mind is a powerful thing with the ability to shape how we perceive the world. But can our perceptions impact our own health? Research into mindset, which is often called “the story we tell ourselves”, suggests that it is definitely possible. Here are a few examples…Read More
News Program encourages people with MS to move
March 16, 2018
When Julie Warner of Normal was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) at age 25, “I was terrified that I’d end up in a wheelchair. “So I started walking,” When Josie Warren was diagnosed with MS at age 34…Read More