Daylight savings time is, thankfully, upon us. The days are getting longer, warmer and people are beginning to think about getting in shape for summer. If you are looking for a great way to tone after a long cold winter, check out Bull Ridge Fitness, LLC. Conveniently located in Willow Street, Bull Ridge is celebrating 2 years in business this week!
Gym owner, Chris Martin, has been cross training for 8 years and during that time did some coaching at a local gym. When that gym went out of business, Chris continued working out at her home. What began as working out with friends in her garage expanded into a business with many loyal customers. Chris shares that her favorite part of her job is helping people change their lives for the better. She says of Bull Ridge, “Our mission is MOVEMENT. For each person that is at a different level. We meet you where you are at and make amazing things happen. We build strength in functional movements.”
Bull Ridge is a group training facility which offers the advantages of personal training in a team environment. Each individual completes the same workout at their own level. Everyday brings a new 1 hour long workout. This time includes a warm-up, skill/strength, workout of the day (WOD), and mobility/stretching.
We know that joining a gym can be daunting for many reasons. Bull Ridge offers a 1 week free trial so customers can come make sure that the fit is right for them. We’re pretty sure you will want to stay! To get in touch with Chris directly her email is firstname.lastname@example.org The gym can also be reached at 717-587-5629 and their website is well designed to help answer many of your questions!
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