Bodyworks Gym offers a 16,500 sq.ft. state-of-the-art exercise facility that is under new management and has recently undergone major renovations and remodeling.

Membership provides full use of the facility including a 3,000 sq.ft. weight room that offers both free weights and a complete circuit of Paramount selectorized equipment; a onetime free initial machine orientation is included; a 1,300 sq.ft. cardio room with treadmills, ellipticals, bikes, steppers and more; a 2,000 sq.ft. aerobic room offering a wide variety of group exercise classes, one of which is the ever popular Zumba.

And finally, we have 3 tournament racquetball courts, and an indoor 3-lane lap pool offering water exercise classes as well.

Take advantage of one of our 3 newly remodeled tanning beds from High Desert Sun Tanning. They offer two stand-up beds and one lay-down for those that would like to take "a nap" while getting their tan.

Bodyworks also offers a wide range of the latest nutrional supplements at our Pro Shop. If we don't have it, members can always prepay and we will order the product for them. Our staff is educated on the best products available, and can answer any question you may have about supplements and nutrition.

And finally, Bodyworks also offers Massage Therapy and personal training. All of our trainers are certified and highly qualified in their field and can help answer any questions and/or set up a personalized fitness routine that will meet the needs of the member.

BODYWORKS is located in Show Low, Arizona. From the intersection of Deuce of Clubs (US Route 60) and White Mountain Rd (Az Route 260), travel south approximately 3.6 miles. BODYWORKS is on the west (left) side of the highway.

Monday-Thursday: 5AM - 9PM
Friday: 5AM - 7PM
Saturday: 6AM - 7PM
Sunday: 1PM - 5PM
Call us for additional directions and other information at 928-532-8700.


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"I wish you could see yourself through my eyes, then you would know just how amazing your are." 

-Frida Khalo


Ashley Cherry is a portrait professional specializing in feminine portraiture in The White Mountains of Arizona located in Pinetop. 

You can find her here:
845 S Juniper Ln, Pinetop


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Main Street Caffee shows off the making of a Macchiato.

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Caffè macchiato (Italian pronunciation: [kafˈfɛ makˈkjaːto]), sometimes called espresso macchiato,[1][2] is an espresso coffee drink with a small amount of milk added, today usually foamed milk. In Italian, macchiato means 'stained' or 'spotted' so the literal translation of caffè macchiato is 'stained coffee', or coffee with a spot of milk.

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A White Mountain exclusive at the most respected restaurant in the area.


Take a look at how this wonderful specialty martini is made, all to the wonderful sound of the John Darst Trio.

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Here is just a taste of what you'll find at Salt Restaurant and Wine Bar, where the real magic happens in the kitchen.

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By Noah Austin | Photo by Paul Markow

‘‘Not everyone here wears flannel,” Rica Girardi says with a laugh.

Girardi, a longtime Pinetop-Lakeside resident, wanted to give the town something pointedly different from the steakhouses and Mexican restaurants that are so common in this rustic White Mountains community. In May 2012, she and Rich Crockett opened Salt Restaurant and Wine Bar on the town’s main drag. And on a Wednesday evening, there’s no flannel in sight.

Salt’s ultra-modern atmosphere — soft lighting, exposed ceiling beams and a jazz trio playing in the corner — is unusual in Pinetop-Lakeside, and that’s the whole point. But the décor and the entertainment would feel like window dressing if the food didn’t match that fish-out-of-water vibe.

For that, Girardi turned to executive chef Spencer Gorman-Prow, a Chicago native who worked at restaurants in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Athens, Georgia, before coming to Arizona. Gorman-Prow left Salt in 2013, but his menu remains, and it includes old favorites with unique twists.

The chicken and waffles are a good example. Perfectly fried chicken breast is paired with light, airy herb waffles topped with a spicy honey that provides an unexpected kick. Combined with a beer from one of several Arizona breweries, or with a selection from Salt’s extensive wine list, it’s a can’t-miss guilty pleasure.

But Gorman-Prow left something for steak lovers, too: The Filet, served with a truffle mushroom and faro risotto, has been a huge hit among the locals — some of whom say it’s the best steak they’ve ever had.

The menu has evolved since Salt opened, and the clientele has followed suit. The jazz trio plays every Wednesday and attracts a devoted following of diners who tap their feet along with the beat. And patio seating is popular during the warm summer months, when business really heats up.

So, why the name “Salt”? The answer, predictably, goes back to a desire to break the mold in Pinetop-Lakeside.

“I wish I had some grandiose story,” Girardi says, “but I just wanted something different. Plus, people put salt on everything.”


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