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Taking it to another level!

Just like that old TV show The Jeffersons, I'm "moving on up!" Literally.  I'm taking my business to the 2nd floor, above the gym where I have been training for years, and we are creating something pretty cool.

After working for myself and by myself (for the most part) for the past 4 1/2 years, I am joining forces with a good friend and one of the best trainers I have ever had the pleasure of working with, Jon "Crash" Benne.  We are creating a sports performance center, which is going to be known as "Elevated Performance."

The space is 3200 sq ft on the mezzanine level in the Orthopedic facility (Orthopedic Associates) here in St. Louis, MO.  With this amount of space we are going to have plenty of room to expand our training, offer some classes, and do a whole lot of cool things in the realm of fitness, nutrition, and sports, which is something Jon and I have been dreaming of for a long time.

While we arecurrently in the middle of renovations and putting it all together, things are coming along nicely and we hope to have the majority of our equipment by the end of the week.

Jon's background is primarily in hockey and wrestling as an athlete, and his professional career has been primarily focused on sports performance, especially with hockey players both preofessional and amatuer.  Jon worked with the Blues for many years and has learned under some of the best trainers in the sports world.  

Elevated Performance is going to be an elite fitness facility for athletes as well as anyone truly dedicated to achieveing a higher level of fitness and satisfaction in their performance and lifestyle.  

We'll have some more pictures as we get our equipment and finish up the details, but for now, here's a little peak at some of the rehab process. . . 

Reader Comments (1)

That must be a cool wide gym. I'm sure, people will really have convenient and relaxing workout in your place. Nice one Jeff, keep it up!

July 20, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLucy

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