We've heard all the excuses about how hard it is to get in shape. But Holy Name Medical Center's HNH Fitness is different. We are a fitness center for real people, like you, who juggle a lot, work hard and need extra help and guidance to get started and stay in a fitness program.View Our offered Services
HNH Fitness is a dynamic new concept in personal health management - a step above and beyond traditional health and fitness clubs. As a medically-basedfitness center, HNH Fitness isn't just about cutting calories or dropping pounds; it is about helping members make real lifestyle changes - the kinds of changes that will produce real results, improve health and reduce risks forserious health issues.Learn More about HNHFitness
Begin the journey to better health and start your 12-Week Jumpstart Program at HNH Fitness today.
Many amenities are included such as 3 group exercise studios offering over 70 classes a week, Personal training and small group training, On-site Physical Therapy Services, The Day Spa featuring massage services, Pilates reformer, Childcare and much more...Learn more
Cindy Carver has been to a lot of gyms through the years but felt something different when she walked into HNH Fitness in Oradell. "There is a good health vibe and a lovely mix of people with different needs that I find refreshing," Cindy said.
- Cindy Carver
Jeff Schonfeld, 33, says the center's wide variety of classes, state-of-the-art equipment, and work-out options give him plenty of ways to keep in shape while juggling a demanding job as assistant registrar of Montclair State University.
- Jeff Schonfeld
When the New York City Marathon was cancelled in the wake of Hurricane Sandy in 2012, Nicole Coyle's hopes were dashed for running the legendary race. The 42-year-old Emerson resident and mother of three soon set her sights on the 2013 New York City Marathon.
After "testing driving" other gyms, Faudia chose HNH Fitness for its convenience, knowledgeable staff and latest equipment. One of Faudia's first concerns when she moved from Closter to Washington Township was whether she would...
- Faudia Hameed
Oradell resident Peter J. Hill runs marathons not just to keep fit, but also to raise money to find a cure for type 1 diabetes. Peter's motivation to participate in Team Challenge races of the JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund) is his wife, Patti, who has type 1 diabetes.
- Peter Hill
Sheryl, 55, a member since 2007, utilizes HNH Fitness's sports medicine services for advice on keeping her osteop-enia and arthritis under control. Sheryl enjoys her daily walk to the center, followed by a Pilates or TRX...
- Sheryl S.