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May 4, 2013

Fit Pro expands business with move into new location

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Joe, a certified personal trainer, has been training since he was 16 with a goal to make people healthier.

“I always thought I wanted to become a paramedic and then become a doctor, but that just wasn’t my line of work because it was prescribing medication. They’re already sick so you have to treat the sickness. I want to prevent it,” Joe said. “Obesity has been growing for so long. It’s always been my goal to change that.”

“We just really want to help the community,” Jewel said.

Jewel is a certified chef who offers weekly Fit Chef cooking classes to the public.

“People not only get bootcamp and personal training to lose weight and get healthy, you can also take a FitChef class and learn how to get healthy through food and lifestyle change. We’re the whole package. Hence the 360,” Jewel said.

The Fitness Professionals 360 niche is weight loss and the couple points people curious about the effectiveness of the program to their website at fitprobootcamp.com

“Our results speak for themselves,” Joe said.

The gym will be open from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily with boot camp classes offered at various times during the week.

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