Member of the Month: Jeffery Johnson

First and foremost, Thank you!

My name is Jeffery Johnson, executive director of the veterans Assistance League of Colorado. I am a veteran and served honorably in the United States Army. For the past year I have been recovering from two major surgeries. In the recovery process, I have gained some moderate successes in weightlifting competitions. I have achieved individual medals in national, state, and local weightlifting events. Over this past year I have accumulated [...]

October 3rd, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month: Jeffery Johnson|

Endorphin Ultimate Warrior Challenge

Are you an Ultimate Endorphin Warrior?

Let’s put it to the test with our new CHALLENGE! Attend at least one of each type of class offering we have between now and the end of the year. That’s 25 different classes. Not only will you get to see how much Endorphin has to offer, but you will experience all of our awesome studios, and many of our incredible instructors. It’s time to branch out, get [...]

September 11th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Endorphin Ultimate Warrior Challenge|

Members of the Month: Corby Felsher, Lyndsey Guy, and Luisa Arroyo

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    Members of the Month: Corby Felsher, Lyndsey Guy, and Luisa Arroyo

We are honored to be chosen as the Members of the Month.

Lyndsey, Luisa and myself are together most days at Stapleton Home Services working hard to keep Stapleton clean. I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to spend my weekdays with these ​two wonderful women​ over the past many years.​ I love them.​

​Our Endorphin story starts with Chris Lindley (Endorphin founder and owner) moving across the street from me in Staplet​on. At that [...]

August 29th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Members of the Month: Corby Felsher, Lyndsey Guy, and Luisa Arroyo|

Member of the Month – Kirpal Singh

I was a little bit dumbfounded that I was named member of the month at Endorphin. I remember not too long ago falling on my head while trying to hold a handstand (with the wall’s help) in Strength Protocol. Are you sure you really want to hear my story?

Well, maybe that is the story. I don’t think I had ever attempted to do a handstand before coming to Endorphin. I don’t think before Strength [...]

August 1st, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month – Kirpal Singh|

Member of the Month – Lynn Lester

This is truly an honor to be given an opportunity to share how invaluable the Endorphin community is to me. Thankfully, my journey has frequently pointed to the significance of a healthy mind and body, which I am extremely grateful to my mom for instilling in me and setting the example. I was introduced to Endorphin over a year ago by my manager at work who was a member at the time. He would [...]

April 19th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month – Lynn Lester|

Member of the Month – Amy Smeester

When I started at Endorphin in 2014, I couldn’t lift a slam ball over my head. I couldn’t hold a plank for more then 10 seconds. I was recovering from a major shoulder reconstruction; I’d wrecked my shoulder (and the rest of my body) with years of hockey, re-training race track horses, running, and working in hospitals as an occupational therapist. I was pretty certain I’d never be an athlete again. To say I [...]

March 10th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month – Amy Smeester|

Member of the Month – Paul Millhouser

When Paul’s wife heard the news that he had been chosen to be Endorphin’s Member of the Month, her surprised response was, “You haven’t been the member of the month in all this time?” Being a charter member of the gym since 2007 (when it was Qi), Paul is a very familiar face around the gym. Since he works from home, his daily visits to the gym serve as a welcome reprieve from the [...]

February 2nd, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month – Paul Millhouser|

Searching for Balance by Andrew Gelber

In 2017, Endorphin and its staff are striving to find balance while also promoting it. Balance is quite a goal to achieve. When the idea came up as the topic to promote in 2017, I was stoked.

At 34 years of age, I have spent many of those years not acknowledging the concept of balance. I spent much of my time chasing goals without a plan. I have always been a creature of habit, but [...]

January 31st, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Searching for Balance by Andrew Gelber|

Recovery by Kery Allen

I have been researching a lot about recovery lately. I had a really hard time recovering from the last race a few months ago. I was constantly fatigued and unmotivated. I am realizing now that over the course of the summer I must have over-trained and over-raced. I think that this is something that plagues a lot of endurance athletes. We train super hard running/ riding miles and miles whether our body is ready [...]

January 18th, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Recovery by Kery Allen|

Member of the Month – Matt and Shellie Chambers

Up until a few years ago, we’d shied away from group exercise classes. As Colorado natives (Shellie 100%, Matt since he was 8), we’ve enjoyed all that Colorado has to offer – hiking, biking, snowboarding, etc – and felt we were doing a good job staying active and fairly fit. Well, that all changed when we attended our first Ryders class 6 or so years ago. Bree Murphy was the instructor, and not only [...]

January 1st, 2017|Blog|Comments Off on Member of the Month – Matt and Shellie Chambers|