News & Events
Just before the holidays, we recognized and celebrated our staff members with 5 and 10 years of service. Pictured from left to right are 10-year employees Amy Wagner, group fitness instructor; Patrice Barklund, fitness manager; and Peggy Young, water safety...
Hours and class schedule for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
We’re celebrating 12 Days of FITmas with health and wellness gifts for you!
Take a look at the gifts on the FITmas schedule, with specials available at both PWC and Culpeper Sport & Fitness from December 11 – 22, 2019.
When the Powell Wellness Center rolled out its first-ever Turkey Trot 5K event last Thanksgiving, the hope was that it would gain traction among Culpeper County residents looking for a healthy activity to engage in before partaking of their holiday feast.
Our team effort involved in the May 2019 Walk 10K challenge received an award from the Medical Fitness Association for achieving the most steps in this national program!
Did you know that you can purchase protein powder at the café? Protein supplementation is a great way to ensure that you’re meeting your goals and your body’s needs. The same performance proteins that are mixed in our shakes are available for purchase in 2.2 pound containers – read more to determine which one is right for you.
Please note our schedule changes for November 27-29, 2019. Have a wonderful holiday!
Trainerize is our new personalized online training program that puts your workout at your fingertips. Connect with the Trainerize app or website to access a program developed for you by PWC trainers – you’ll be ready for a workout anytime and anywhere!
It was clear that October 23 was Pink Day – the color adorned leis, glow necklaces, shirts, tutus and even boxing gloves spotted throughout the center, from the group exercise room all the way to the pool and Kids’ Corner!
If you are starting from scratch on completing a 5K, or any fitness goal, the key to success (and staying injury-free) is taking small but steady steps. Ready to take your first step? Follow these four tips from PWC trainer Sarah Mahoney.