At 42 years old, Bill Taylor thinks its important to stay in shape as he gets older. He needs more energy in his physically demanding job and just generally wants to feel better.
Oakfield Fitness and Cross-Training Center, with its full range of newer equipment and 24/7 availability does the trick for him, he said.
"Everybody feels different at different parts of the day," Taylor said.
As he's gotten more serious about physical fitness, he said he has more energy and improved endurance.
"It's just all around feeling better physically, mentally, too," he said.
For anybody who doesn't have a workout routine, Taylor's advice is simple: "Get off your butt and do it. That's the best way."
Oakfield Fitness moved just a few weeks ago, going from 1,800 square feet and multiple small rooms, to three logically organized rooms in 3,600 square feet. There's a room for weight machines, a cardio room and a cross-training room.
All of the equipment is quality Life Fitness machines.
A basic gym membership is $30 a month with no other fees and no annual contract. Cross-training members pay $80 per month and have access to the cross-training room and a cross-training coach during scheduled times.
For more information, visit OakfieldFitness.com.