You may not be a student anymore but September can still be used as a time to re-set and get focused. If your workout is getting too ‘routine’ why not shake it up?! Your body will thank you, and getting out of the rut and monotony of the same ol’ workout might even push you to new heights you didn’t think were possible. Have some fun with your workout- there are so many options at The Belmont that reaching your fitness goals can be enjoyable and completely catered to you.

There are nearly 100 classes offered weekly at The Belmont- surely something for every body. Classes have got you covered at 5:10am, lunch-time, nights, and even weekends! Fitness apps and videos can be downloaded onto your phone or tablet to follow along while at the gym. If you’ve not booked a complimentary Fitness Appointment yet this is a great way to get guidance from our educated staff. They’ll help get you started safely and effectively so you make the most of your time in the gym. Personal Training provides structure and accountability. Partner with a Personal Trainer to take your workouts to the next level. Group Training provides the same accountability as Personal Training but you get to workout alongside your new workout buddies, motivating each other and providing a healthy little dose of competition. Group Training with a few other people is also more cost effective than one-on-one Personal Training.


Justin Rudd’s 7th Annual Long Beach Losers weight loss challenge is back! Participants are weighing-in for 12 weeks right in front of The Belmont. Although it’s a team effort each individual has his and her own weight loss goal. When you pass them on Wednesday mornings and evenings on your way into the gym, offer up a word of encouragement! The Belmont is offering our support with a special Training & Nutrition Program catered specifically to them. If you are a ‘Loser’ or know of any non-member ‘Losers’ please spread the word that we’d like to support them and get them into our program.
Losers can contact Tara directly to get started with The Belmont’s support program: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Want to burn up to 822 calories per hour? Racquetball provides an intense workout and is a fun way to meet new people. To participate in the Racquetball League contact Amanda Case:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Oliver is your guy for racquet repair! Contact him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 562.453.8769
We’re on Facebook: Belmont Athletic Club Racquetball Association


Saturdays September 21st and October 19th 11:00am-12:30pm
Special yoga and music series with instructor Jennifer Wicks and musicians Blue Pearl.
Bring your friends- non-members are welcome to attend. Free class with donations accepted for the musicians.


Saturdays September 7th & 21st, 7-9am for 4-8 miles of intermediate hiking
Meet Scott at Starbucks at 6:55am to carpool
Starbucks: 7958 E. Coast Highway, Laguna Beach 949.376.5221
or 7am at El Moro Visitor Center, $15 parking: 8471 PCH, Laguna Beach. Scott: 562.668.1904


Attention Students: A copy of your High School student ID card or your College class schedule showing 12+ units at a participating college are now due to retain your student rate. Documentation is due by Sept. 15th.

Do we have your correct mailing address, phone numbers, email, birthday, and billing information? This info, along with your monthly statement, can be updated and viewed on our website by creating your own personal membership account. We want to wish you a happy birthday and send you non-junk mail every once in awhile, so please take a moment to confirm this information online or with our friendly staff.

Changes to your membership, such as billing information, need to be submitted by the last business day of the month to take effect the following month.


Have you noticed the plaque above Racquetball Court 2 “Scotty’s Place. Mentor, friend, and inspiration”? Scotty Deeds is the man behind the plaque and he turns 91 this month. You can read all about his coaching legacy and how he ‘breathed life into athletics’ in a July issue of the Grunion Gazette. Meet Scotty in front of the racquetball courts every Monday, Wednesday, or Friday to hear his stories firsthand. Scotty, you’re an inspiration to us all- happy birthday!

“Everything we do begins and ends with our members.”