Pro Gym in Brentwood has provided a family gym experience for the community for over 30 years. Visit

Operating as usual


The man who put the PRO in PRO GYM is currently in training to get back in there and see the progress we are making. We all owe him a debt of gratitude for keeping the gym alive as the true owner. Thanks Ryan and see you soon. We will keep it sparkling until you arrive!

Timeline photos 04/23/2019

Have you ever trained with a personal trainer? Did you see the results?

With over 30 personal trainers who choose , we can help match you with a trainer who will push you to reach your goals!

Timeline photos 04/22/2019

Working hard on a Monday morning! Consistent exercise, more than almost anything else, ensures a long and healthy life.

If you're not exercising, are you really living your best life?

Timeline photos 04/19/2019

Make friends who inspire you to be healthy!

Whether it's your workout buddy, personal trainer, or a new gym friend, surround yourself with those who support you in your goals!

Timeline photos 04/18/2019

PRO GYM is now open at 5am on weekdays! Get your workout in as the sun comes up!

Come in before April 30th for our current promotion! Prices will return to their normal rates the next day!

Timeline photos 04/17/2019

Want to know how to get a better workout? Try a Personal Trainer!

PRO GYM is open to new personal trainers and clients, so if you are in Brentwood or on the Westside, drop by and see the gym for yourself!

Timeline photos 04/16/2019

If you haven't yet, come on by PRO GYM!

We've been serving Brentwood for over 30 years! Often called the 'Cheers' of gyms, PRO GYM is more than a room with some weights, it's a community. Whether you're looking to stay fit, prepare for a race, find a new personal trainer, or get back in shape, PRO GYM has what you need to succeed!


Due to rainy weather, we have moved the yoga class to next Saturday, February 9th at 9am!


You asked for it, and now it's almost here!

Our first Yoga class is on Saturday February 2nd at 11am! Be sure to stop by the front desk in the next couple days to prepay for your class and sign up.

Start 2019 right here at PRO GYM!

Timeline photos 11/21/2018

"The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean and nasty place and it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't how hard you hit; it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done." - Rocky Balboa

It was on this day 42 years ago that the Italian Stallion stole the silver screen and our hearts. Get over to PRO GYM today and swap the frozen beef for the stand-up punching bags. We have gloves, we have a ring, do you have what it takes to get fit?

Timeline photos 11/05/2018

Meet Emily!

Emily is well-educated, talented, and keeps fit her personal trainer Geoff.

She won a pair of waterproof Bluetooth headphones in our social media raffle! Come by PRO GYM and see why Emily and so many others love PRO GYM!

Take advantage of our 1 Week Free Trial and free consultation sessions with a personal trainer. See you soon!

Timeline photos 11/02/2018

Meet Ian!

One of our great members here at PRO GYM, Ian won a FitBit from our social media challenge!

Drop by and see why Ian and so much of Brentwood has chosen PRO GYM! Our equipment, trainers, and upcoming boxing and yoga classes keep people coming and bring in new faces every week.

PRO GYM has been serving Brentwood for over 30 years! Come try it free for 1 Week!

Timeline photos 10/31/2018

Shout out to one of the great trainers at PROGYM, Mike Brown!

He was one of the winners of our social media raffle and won a pair of waterproof bluetooth headphones.

If you’re looking for a new trainer, come on in to PRO GYM and we can match you with someone who fits your schedule, goals, and style. We have 1 Week Free Trials and Consultations, so come on in!

Plant-based fats: Better for the heart than animal fats? - Harvard Health 10/24/2018

Let's talk about.....FATS.

Facts on Fats actually. You've hopefully seen enough commercials and buzz about good fats vs. bad fats. Eat the good, avoid the bad.

Even for good fats, science is learning that there is a better fat out there. Plant fats are healthier and easily absorbed, while fats from meats and dairy are not.

Everyone loves bacon, but your body loves avocados, nuts, and plant-based sources more. Make a little change for a big improvement in health!

Plant-based fats: Better for the heart than animal fats? - Harvard Health Monounsaturated fats from plant-based foods (such as olives, nuts, and avocados), appears to lower heart disease risk more than monounsaturated fats found in animal-based foods such as meat and dairy products.

When it comes to protein, how much is too much? - Harvard Health 10/22/2018

Protein, Protein, Protein.
The nutrient that meatheads and mommy bloggers alike flock to. So with all the chatter about protein, how much protein is enough?

This article steps up to clear some misconceptions up. For example, if your protein intake is too high for your body and chemical make-up, you can easily gain weight without muscle. In addition, high cholesterol, kidney issues, and an increased risk of cancer are connected to diets too high in protein.

Keep it normal, keep it healthy, and check with a licensed doctor before altering your diet based on what you hear on the radio and among friends. See a professional, make a plan, and come on in to PRO GYM to make your fitness goals your fitness reality.

When it comes to protein, how much is too much? - Harvard Health You've probably heard the claims by now: Here's a diet that's delicious, easy to stick with, and guaranteed to help you lose weight effortlessly. Or, perhaps it's supposed to build muscle, protect your joints or prevent Alzheimer's. Whatever the diet...

Timeline photos 10/12/2018

Need to switch up your workout? Come check out all we have to offer at PRO GYM!

Whether it's cables, machines, kettle bells, bands, dumbbells, cardio equipment, boxing, or ropes, we have what you need to get fit! Come in today on our 1-Week Free Trial!

Harvard researchers say healthy habits may add years to your life - Harvard Health 10/10/2018

Health Wednesday brings another bit on healthy eating to your attention.

We've all seen the memes and 'inspirational' quotes. "Eat the ice cream. Choose the cake. Live your life." Blah, Blah, Blah, on and on. Is it really better to choose the sugary and heavier option?

Scientists are saying that healthy eating will not only help your quality of life, but it will actually add years to your expected lifespan. Want to live a few more years? Pick healthy over heavy every day.

Harvard researchers say healthy habits may add years to your life - Harvard Health Five healthy habits are associated with longer life expectancy: eating a healthy diet, exercising daily, keeping a healthy body weight, drinking alcohol only in moderation, and not smoking.

Timeline photos 10/08/2018

The new PRO GYM needed a new sign, and now it's up!

Our owner Patrick O'Neal makes time between his sportscasting job to get a quick workout in and make sure the gym is doing well. Drop by and see this summer's improvements, new equipment, and new vibe.

We have a 1-Week Free Trial if you've never given PRO GYM a try, so look for the sign and come by!

Timeline photos 10/05/2018

Need to catch up on your sports while working out? Our TV up front will keep you up to date between sets without distracting you from what's important!

Heart-healthy diet linked to bigger brain volume - Harvard Health 10/03/2018

Want good health, great memory, and sharp focus? Eat healthy!

Doctors have found an association between healthy eating and brain size. Over 2 millimeters may not sound like much, but when we're talking brain size, that's quite a bit! The brain naturally shrinks as you age, and in doing so loses memory and processing capacity.

When you eat healthy, you keep your brain clear and sharp. So skip the greasy fast-food and choose the healthier choice.

Heart-healthy diet linked to bigger brain volume - Harvard Health An eating pattern that doctors recommend for dodging heart disease (rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, nuts, dairy, and fish) may also help preserve brain volume.


Science is making some shifts in their goals, and it is reason for you to do the same! As of late, the scientific community has shifted focus from prolonging lifespan to prolonging healthspan.

Healthspan is described as the duration of life when a person lives healthily. Why the switch? Because neither society nor individuals can handle the repercussions of thousands of people living to 100 years old and beyond, but sickly for 20 or more years of that time.

A tip mentioned?
Exercise, eat right, get adequate sleep.

Need to start? Come by PRO GYM for a 1-Week Free Trial!

Shifting focus from life extension to 'healthspan' extension: Disparities in longevity should be addressed, expert urges A new article addresses the need for researchers and clinicians to focus less on prolonging lifespan and more on prolonging 'healthspan.'

Working out in the office doesn’t lower productivity - Harvard Health 09/28/2018

Loosen the tie, kick off the heels, work out while at work! Studies have showed that doing workouts in the office doesn't lower your productivity.

Share this with your boss, bring your A game, stay active. When you're not at the office, come on down to PRO GYM and get a good workout in!

Working out in the office doesn’t lower productivity - Harvard Health Active workstations don’t interfere with productivity, according to a new study, and can potentially help you avoid health risks created by sitting down on the job.

Food and mood: Is there a connection? - Harvard Health 09/26/2018

Eat healthy, be happy!
"A 2014 study in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity that used data from the Nurses' Health study did find an association between depression and a diet rich in sugar-sweetened soft drinks, refined grains, and red meat..."

Look, no one is asking you to eat oats and kale every single day. (If you're into that though, no one is gonna knock you!)

All science is saying is, you wanna be happy? Eat like it. Pizza, a beer, and some cake might be fun and taste great for a moment, but we all know the food regret that follows. Make it fun, make it colorful, make it clean.

Food and mood: Is there a connection? - Harvard Health Researchers can’t say for sure whether your diet affects your depression risk, but adopting a Mediterranean diet has many other health benefits. The Mediterranean diet is rich in fruits and vegetables, whole grains and healthy oils, and lean pr...

Americans aren’t meeting exercise goals - Harvard Health 09/24/2018

"The takeaway: We all need at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity exercise (like brisk walking), and muscle-strengthening exercise twice a week. If you're not meeting these goals, consider ways to increase your exercise activity. "

Read the stats or don't, just know that you need to be healthy and active! Be different: Exercise regularly.

Looking to pick up the pace and get to work? Come check out PRO GYM on a 1-Week Free Trial and experience our friendly, hardworking, and community environment here!

Americans aren’t meeting exercise goals - Harvard Health A report published online June 28, 2018, by the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics suggested that most Americans are not meeting the guidelines for both aerobic and muscle-strengthening activities.

Vegetable intake tied to better artery health - Harvard Health 09/21/2018

Want better arteries? Eat more veggies.

What kind of veggies?
Specifically Cabbage, Broccoli, and Cauliflower assist in keeping arteries clear of blockages. Eat your veggies, stay healthy!

Vegetable intake tied to better artery health - Harvard Health Eating vegetables is linked to better health of the carotid arteries in the neck.

Uncovering the connection between sleep and heart health - Harvard Health 09/19/2018

We post a lot about sleep loss, but only because it is such an epidemic these days. Another study has come forth showing that sleep among those 50-70 years old has a strong correlation with heart disease.

The optimum sleep time is 7 to 8 hours a day. Not 6, not 9. Set your alarm, put your phone away, and get that sleep! Your heart and health depend on it!

Uncovering the connection between sleep and heart health - Harvard Health People who sleep seven to eight hours per night may have a lower risk of dying from heart disease than those who sleep for longer or shorter spans. The risk from a sleep shortfall is greater among people who are overweight or obese.

Easy upper-body boosters - Harvard Health 09/17/2018

We all hear about legs day, and how you better not skip it. Don't skip upper body days either though! A recent study points out how many aspects of our lives are directly affected by our upper body strength and build. These include range of motion, flexibility, and basic strength for daily tasks.

The article also includes a list of quick exercises you can do to strengthen your upper body, so check it out!

Easy upper-body boosters - Harvard Health The loss of muscle mass begins in one’s 30s and accelerates after age 60. A loss of upper-body strength can make it more difficult to complete daily activities, and it may also increase the risk for muscle injury during an activity that involve...

Finding the sweet spot of a good night's sleep: Not too long and not too short 09/14/2018

Don't sleep in, and don't cut sleep either.

With all this talk on 8 hours of sleep, scientists got three groups together to test what amount of sleep was best for the body. They found that 6-8 hours (not just 8) was the healthiest and proved the best for a body. Under 6 hours or over 8 hours proved to cause cardiac issues, increase the possibility of strokes, and caused slowed brain functions.

Get 6-8 hours, treat your body right!

Finding the sweet spot of a good night's sleep: Not too long and not too short Researchers have found a sweet spot of six to eight hours sleep a night is most beneficial for heart health. More or less is detrimental.

The more you do to promote your cardiovascular health, the lower your risk of dementia 09/12/2018

There's no reason to lose your mind. At least, not if you can prevent it.

Cardio activity can lower your risk of dementia, as the Los Angeles Times are reporting.

What does that mean for you?
Get to the gym, get outside, just get going! People spend a pretty penny on organic kale salads, Hollywood Juice Diets, books about how bacon and steak diets are miraculously healthy (really though, bacon?), and on new fitness clothing every few months.

If you'd put your money and time towards those things, you need to double your efforts in the cardio department where scientists are proving it actually staves off dementia.

Prolong your mind, prolong your heart. PRO GYM has all the cardio equipment you need, and the trainers to push you.
Let's be healthy!

The more you do to promote your cardiovascular health, the lower your risk of dementia You know it’s important to eat right, exercise and keep your cholesterol under control to reduce your risk of a heart attack of stroke. If that’s not enough of an incentive, new research suggests that taking care of your cardiovascular system will pay off for your brain as well.

Tips to help you embrace abdominal workouts - Harvard Health 09/10/2018

Oh no. Not today. Not again.

Your stomach is already worked out due to the wincing it's done thinking about Abs day, right?
They say Abs are made in the kitchen, so why not just work on a better diet tomorrow?
Do I REALLY have to do crunches?

No excuses, just improvement. Abs don't have to be a chore though! Check out this article about how to improve and make better use of your abdominal exercises.

You'll thank us.

Your abs will thank us.

Tips to help you embrace abdominal workouts - Harvard Health Some people don’t enjoy doing abdominal exercises and may find it more palatable to sprinkle abdominal exercises throughout the day. Ideas include taking a quick break to march in place, do a modified push-up, or stand on one leg. The key is to...

Small tricks to help you shed pounds and keep them off - Harvard Health 09/07/2018

Happy Fit Friday!
Looking for the Secret to Weight Loss?
(Hint: There's no secret)

BUT, we have some great tips from Harvard Health on how you can put your efforts in the right place to stay healthy and at a good weight. Some are simple (cut some of those calories!), some may be hard to swallow (you're gonna have to exercise regularly, no short cuts), as well as some things you may not have thought about.

Read up and live smart!

Small tricks to help you shed pounds and keep them off - Harvard Health Weight loss can be a major challenge today because of the abundance of food available and a more sedentary lifestyle. But there are strategies people can use to reach and maintain a healthy weight, including choosing eating patterns that are sustaina...

Weight Machines Build Functional Strength. Seriously. 09/05/2018

Don't skip the machines!
Today's talk among trainers and gym-rats alike, "There's no need for machines when you have free weights. Functional > Machines."

Well...Science says different.
New studies are showing that machines actually improve functional performance. Example? Doing varied leg machines have improved the performance of cyclists who previously only trained on the bike.

What does this mean for you? Whether it's general fitness, sports training, race/OCR training, or just refining your body, work in the machines for a better workout.

Weight Machines Build Functional Strength. Seriously. Trainers who avoid using machines, and gym owners who scrap them altogether, are doing a disservice to their clients.

Staying connected can improve your health - Harvard Health 09/04/2018

"Love is all you need." - The Beatles

Perhaps love isn't ALL that you need, but it is a foundation for good health. Studies have shown that staying connected with friends, family, and the community can keep you healthier longer.

One of the best ways to find a community and friends can be a gym. Come into PRO GYM and see why we've been dubbed the "Cheers of gyms." Everyone knows your name, and it's a family here at PRO GYM.

Come check it out, keep up the good health, and live fit!

Staying connected can improve your health - Harvard Health Research shows that loneliness may have ill effects for health. Social bonds can fray as people age, particularly in times of stress such as after the loss of a partner or in cases of illness or disability. Taking steps to reconnect can not only help...

Timeline photos 08/31/2018

It's Friday, and the weekend is here!
If you haven't already, you better get LEGS DAY in TODAY!

Our Leg Press, Squat Rack, and Hack-a-Squat are calling your name! Come in today!

The Fitness Pro’s Guide to Better Sleep 08/29/2018

Wake up!
Feeling groggy, sluggish, or otherwise down and out? If you answered yes, would you also admit to not getting enough sleep at night?

If you want to be healthy and fit, you have to get enough restful sleep. Inadequate sleep can account for a dismal metabolism, mood swings, and a drop in physical fitness or overall health. This article points out some keys to being better rested and healthier, while still staying fit and working out each day.

Enjoy, and get to bed tonight!

The Fitness Pro’s Guide to Better Sleep This sleep expert was sick of watching trainers sabotage their bodies and careers with poor sleep. So he created this guide.

Timeline photos 08/27/2018

Starting your week at the office?

I know. The keyboard, the screen beaming in your face, the chair that is comfortable enough to nod off in (but not enough to enjoy sitting in). The daily grind can be hard on the physique, but it doesn't have to!

Check out this article about things you can do throughout the day to keep the calories burning and fitness up.

Timeline photos 08/24/2018

Looking to diversify your workout?

Our assortment of bags and stand-ups can provide a total body workout in short time. We have a good assortment of gloves available, so get outside and use our ring!

Want your business to be the top-listed Gym/sports Facility in Los Angeles?

Click here to claim your Sponsored Listing.




11943 Montana Avenue Ste 100
Los Angeles, CA

Opening Hours

7am - 7pm

Other Gyms in Los Angeles (show all)
USC Recreational Sports USC Recreational Sports
1026 W 34th Street
Los Angeles, 90089

uscrecsports on: Twitter Instagram

Team Karate Centers Team Karate Centers
6445 De Soto Avenue
Los Angeles, 91367

For 30 years this martial arts school has been coaching people, of all ages, in the process of learn

The Bar Method The Bar Method
8416 West Third Street
Los Angeles, 90048

The Bar Method Los Angeles offers challenging and effective barre workouts.

Grace Anatomy Pilates Grace Anatomy Pilates
12445 Moorpark Street, Fl Second
Los Angeles, 91604

Grace Anatomy Studio is a boutique Pilates oasis located in the heart of Studio City. The studio was

Pilates Studio City Pilates Studio City
11650 Riverside Drive, Suite 2
Los Angeles, 91602

Pilates Studio City is dedicated to providing our community a dynamic movement experience in a creati

Hardcore Pilates Hardcore Pilates
Los Angeles

Focus Self Defense + Culver City Crossfit Focus Self Defense + Culver City Crossfit
9000 Washington Boulevard
Los Angeles, 90232

Focus Self Defense + Culver City Crossfit is the place to go for high intensity training and self de

Luscious Maven Pole Studio Luscious Maven Pole Studio
11135 Weddington Street #113
Los Angeles, 91601

LB4LB Boxing Gym LB4LB Boxing Gym
1110 S La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, 90035

Our gym is a full service fitness facility offering boxing classes and training, we have a regulatio

Excel Taekwondo Center Excel Taekwondo Center
21120 Vanowen Street
Los Angeles, 91303

At Excel Taekwondo, we offer a safe and encouraging space for students of all ages.

PKG Martial Arts Academy PKG Martial Arts Academy
1401 Westwood Boulevard, Ste 100
Los Angeles, 90024

PKG Training Center: LA's Best. Accept No Substitutes! Boxing, BJJ, MMA, Muay Thai, Kickboxing. All

IROW Fitness Studio IROW Fitness Studio
Los Angeles, 90034

Learn to Row! No experience necessary! All ages welcome!