Las Vegas Athletic Clubs (LVAC) operates multiple large athletic, fitness and family-oriented exercise facilities in Southern Nevada.
While LVAC was founded in 1977 as a single racquetball club, the company was acquired by Rudy Smith and Andy Palluck in 1991. From that point LVAC began replacing older, less convenient locations with well-situated, world-class clubs. To help fuel the replacement locations and future expansion, longtime friends and business associates Don Wildman, Jerry Kahn and George Jaconetti joined the ownership team.
In addition to traditional “health club” offerings, Las Vegas Athletic Clubs include an expansive selection of first-rate amenities and services in a safe, clean and energetic setting. Amenities include indoor swimming pools and running tracks, racquetball/handball courts, LVAC Woman (women’s only training areas), personal training, a vast array of free weights and selectorized machines, massive cardio entertainment areas, top-tier group fitness programming, child play centers and juice bars.
Las Vegas Athletic Clubs enjoy unparalleled member loyalty due to the value of their membership offerings. LVAC’s goal is to be the best value in fitness. That is one of the many reasons why Las Vegas Athletic Clubs has been voted “Best of Las Vegas” in the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s annual reader poll over 20 times. Las Vegas Athletic Clubs is a member of the International Health, Racquet and Sportsclub Association (IHRSA) as well as the Las Vegas Executives Association (LVEA).
We hope you have the opportunity to visit one, or all, of our clubs someday soon.