Lake Nona Performance Club is a state-of-the-art community, fitness, sports and wellbeing center dedicated to advancing the pursuit of integrative health and bettering the community by bettering the individual.
The Lake Nona Performance Club redefines the fitness center experience for the region featuring leading edge workout equipment, state-of-art classes, and interactive programs driven by the latest performance technology. The 130,000-square-foot facility opened in Lake Nona Town Center in August 2021.
The fitness center is one of the most comprehensive and thoughtfully curated in the region providing a tailored approach to whole-person health for members of all ages and skill levels.
LNPC highlights include:
First-ever Chopra Mind-Body Zone and Spa built in collaboration with Lake Nona’s long-time wellbeing ambassador Dr. Deepak Chopra
Premier indoor golf training and performance lab by InClubGolf
Showcases the latest smart building technology including predictively tinting View Smart Windows, HEPA filters and AV light technology from Healthe Lighting
130,000-square-foot facility spanning three distinct levels
Whole-person, evidenced-based precision approach to improving individual fitness, wellness and performance
Full-court gymnasium with capabilities for basketball, volleyball, badminton and pickleball
1/12-mile indoor walk/jog track and 5,900-square-foot turf field
Aquatics Center featuring four different pools – a family pool, therapy pool, lap pool and whirlpool – facilitating everything from injury rehabilitation to family classes and group exercise
Dedicated children’s activity area with curriculum-based wellness programming featuring different options for children as young as 2 months through 12 years old
PrecisionRX, a Metabolic Health and Human Performance Lab, blends health, fitness and science to assess an individual’s critical metabolic processes through a range of performance tests and analysis
Club programs and activities overseen by a medical advisory committee led by UCF Health practitioner and Lake Nona resident Dr. Sharon Wasserstrom