NEWS RELEASE Dale Benedict
For immediate release Phone: (502) 893-4024
7/6/10 Email: email@example.com
SUSPENSION TRAINING TAKES HOLD IN NEW LOUISVILLE FITNESS
Exercising is hard enough work on its own — add complicated, monotonous gym
equipment and it’s no wonder most people’s resolutions failed back in March.
Louisville’s The Training Studio aims to change the idea of a “gym” with its new
River Road facility.
With the bootcamp boom in full swing, The Training Studio is upping the ante —
a workout system designed by a Navy SEAL. TRX Suspension Training utilizes a
unique Y-shaped strap that can be mounted nearly anywhere to perform
hundreds of functional body weight exercises.
Dale Benedict, founder and co-owner of The Training Studio, is excited to make
TRX Suspension Training the cornerstone of the new studio. According to
Benedict, functional training is the key to unlocking the body’s full potential.
TRX Suspension Training offers a way to build strength, balance and flexibility
using just one piece of equipment. The exercises can be adapted to any fitness
level simply by changing foot stance and body angle.
The Training Studio, which opens in August, will offer other options in the 2,250-
square-foot space, including resistance bands, plyometric boxes and kettlebells
— not to mention a 25-foot-long pull-up bar. The studio (located at 1348 River
Road, next to Stop Lite Liquors) will offer 17 group strength training sessions
each week in addition to small group and private training sessions. Meanwhile,
The Training Studio will continue to offer group and private training at its original
St. Matthews facility.
The St. Matthews location is a full service facility known for itʼs comprehensive
approach to fitness. Since opening in 1997, The Training Studio has helped
clients achieve goals from weight loss and general fitness to triathlon and
marathon training. Endurance training programs prepare numerous local athletes
for half-marathons, marathons and triathlons for several races each year.
“Total fitness cannot be achieved by performing just one type of exercise that you
enjoy or prefer. Instead, it is a lifestyle change that can only be achieved by
teaching and utilizing proper nutrition, stretching, strength training, cardiovascular
conditioning and lifestyle enhancement.” Benedict said.