Wednesday, December 5, 2012
John Trigg, of Fusion Training Center in Montgomeryville, customizes workouts in a one-on-one setting, all centered around having fun and doing what the member wants to do
The influential wellness and healthy effects of Fusion Training Center are written on the wall — literally. Behind the boxing punchbags, and between the plyo boxes and battle ropes and Concept2 rowing machine and AirDyne Ergometer bike, is a wall adorned with bright paper patches proclaiming Fusion members' proudest accomplishments: "I did a full workout today" "Ran my second 5K since joining Fusion" "Beat my time by 2 minutes" "Down 3 pounds in 8 days" "Jogged 3.4 miles without stopping" The accomplishments are a result of Fusion Training Center owner John Trigg, 38, who specializes in one-on-one training at his workout facility that he opened in Montgomeryville in January 2012. "Personal training is a blocked out hour of time. I don't …
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Where do you go to work on your lats, biceps, abs, run on the treadmill or punch the bag?
Vote in our 2012 Readers' Choice contest
This is the only place to sweat it out. Of course your abs looked good in the mirror, this is your workout spot. This place makes you look and feel good with its body sculpting, Zumba and kickboxing classes. Where do you recommend for the best workout location in Montgomeryville-Lansdale? Vote for the nominated workout spots in our 2012 Readers' Choice contest. Voting ends at 11:59 p.m. August 17. The business with the most verified votes will be declared the Readers’ Choice Winner for that category on Montgomeryville-Lansdale Patch. In the event of a tie, the local editor will decide the winner by counting the number of positive comments from readers in the Readers' Choice survey story that were made during the Voting Period and award …
Thursday, April 21, 2011
The American Kenpo and kickboxing studio in Upper Gwynedd raised money for charity Save the Children Saturday.
AmeriKick Karate, at 1551 S. Valley Forge Road in the North Penn Marketplace, held a kick-a-thon last Saturday to raise money for Save the Children. The goal was to raise $3,000 for charity by collecting pledges and performing 1,000 kicks during the 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. event. In addition to this fundraising event, AmeriKick's Lansdale location held free classes, a complimentary self-defense seminar, giveaways, and a prize drawing. Top prizes were a free year of lessons and an iPod Nano engraved with the AmeriKick Lansdale name. Check out our video, and come back tomorrow for our Viewfinder gallery.