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

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  • Fitness Program for People with Disabilities Achieving ‘Unbelievable’ Results

    An innovative private-public partnership to improve the health and fitness of people with developmental and intellectual disabilities and their support workers is achieving “unbelievable” results just seven months into the program, partners agreed Tuesday. As a result, the Partnership for Health Pilot Program is looking for support to expand the medically supervised program.

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  • Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center: Your Prescription for Better Health

    The Advocate BroMenn Health & Fitness Center is not just another gym. Far from it. Instead of focusing solely on how many reps or miles or laps you can do, the goal is to provide a comprehensive approach to health and wellness with consistent guidance to people at all levels of fitness.

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  • Staying healthy: It’s What’s Underneath that Counts

    Sue Mullins and Karen Bennett lunged back and forth, stepped side to side, rotated their hips, bounced up and down and pulled their arms up and back. Then they did squats, bridges (lying down and raising their hips), knee raises, modified push-ups and modified planks. But, as they did these and other exercises under the direction of Stephanie Kates, all three women had a small exercise ball between their legs just above the knees. A band wrapped around the ball also was wrapped around the outside of the women’s legs.

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