The Lake Nona Performance Club (LNPC) is redefining the fitness center experience for the Central Florida region. The facility features leading-edge workout equipment, state-of-art classes and interactive programs driven by the latest performance technology.
Located in the Lake Nona Town Center, the 130,000-square-foot facility is one of the most comprehensive and thoughtfully curated in the nation. LNPC provides 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
- Mindset and peak performance experiences from Limitless Minds, co-founded by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson
- Premier indoor golf training and performance lab by InClubGolf
- The region’s most expansive rock-climbing gym with the tallest lead terrain rock-climbing wall
- Building 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 spans 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