What does Medical Fitness and Wellness Mean to you?

No matter where you are in your wellness journey, Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center can support you every step of the way.

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Become a Member

Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center is a new 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.

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Meet Our Team

Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center has an expert team of degreed and certified fitness specialists, dietitians and health educators that collaborate in creating a wellness program specifically designed for your needs. Our integrated team of health and wellness experts will offer you ongoing medically directed health education and wellness lifestyle programs to ensure you have the support you need to be successful in your wellness journey.

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News & Events

Visit Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center in the community, learn about programming updates, and more!

  • New Partnership to Improve Health of People with Disabilities

    Forty-one McLean County residents with developmental disabilities have an opportunity to improve their health because of an innovative partnership of the McLean County Health Department, Advocate BroMenn Health and Fitness Center and Marcfirst.

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  • Fight Back Against Parkinson’s Disease with Exercise!

    According to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, as many as one million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease. Approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease each year, and this number does not reflect the thousands of cases that go undetected. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive, degenerative neurological disease that, unfortunately, has no cure.

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  • Punching Back at Parkinson’s

    Rock Steady Boxing began a month ago at the Advocate BroMenn fitness center in the Center for Integrated Wellness and already averages seven participants each class, said Smeltzer, a veteran Bloomington-Normal exercise physiologist who is fitness center manager and a certified Rock Steady Boxing instructor.

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