ELITE Strength & Performance

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Gym Owner / Operator Professional Background

1. StrongFirst Qualifications
SFG I, SFG II Currently working towards my SFL

2. Affiliate Qualifications
FMS 2

3. Other Qualifications
NYS Licensed Physical Therapist NATA AT, C NSCA CSCS SFMA 1 and 2 PN2
Lead Instructor (if different from owner / operator) Professional Background

1. StrongFirst Qualifications
See above

2. Affiliate Qualifications
See above

3. Other Qualifications
See above
Assistant Instructor Name(s) and Professional Background

1. Instructor Names and Backgrounds
Tracy Lovgren - started training with kettlebells 4 years ago and teaching others shortly thereafter. She joined StrongFirst last year and continues to learn and teach the StrongFirst principles.

2. StrongFirst Qualifications
SFG I

3. Affiliate Qualifications
N/A

4. Other Qualifications
PN 1
Additional Information

1. Training modalities / disciplines in use at your gym currently
Physical Therapy, Sports Performance, and bodyweight principles and exercises. We have recently added barbell training. (Mostly introducing students to the deadlift)

2. Programming in use for private or group classes
Programming is mostly for GPP. Classes include movement prep and mobility. Strength training revolves around hinging, squatting, pressing, pulling, carrying, rotation. Balance and breathing are incorporated as well as interval training. Programming varieties include easy strength format, PTTP and Plan Strong.

3. Listing of services / classes offered at your facility
Our Functional Strength and Strength & Conditioning classes are designed to restore movement and teach the basics of kettlebell training. Advance Kettlebell Class introduces double kettlebell practice, complexes and more advanced skills Physical Therapy Return to Play for Athletes recuperating from injury or surgery (through Physical Therapy) Bootcamp class Sports Performance for middle school and high school athletes

4. Demographics of gym users
Adult classes are mostly working adults ranging from 40 something to 70, mostly female, middle to upper middle class Sports Performance is mostly middle school females, softball players.

5. Ideal students
40-50 y/o men and woman, middle to upper middle class.
Training Equipment at Use in Your Gym Currently

1. Kettlebells (brands, sizes, quantity)
Mostly Perform Better kettlebells ranging from 8, 8K's to pair of 48K, some Rogue and Kettlebell USA KB's. Approximately 100 kettlebells currently.

2. Pull-up bar (yes / no)
yes

3. Barbell Equipment (bars, weights, racks, etc.)
1 Infinity Rack by Rogue Rogue barbells x 4 @ 45# (2 with center gnurling), and 1 junior bar (35#) 1 Perform Better Trap Bar Echo Bumper plates ranging from 10# to 45#, York Plates ranging from 2 1/2# to 10#

4. Other Equipment
Battling and climbing ropes, medicine balls, slam balls, plyo boxes, a variety of bands, sleds, hurdles, ladders, cones, some dumbbells, Indian clubs, TRX suspension trainers, foam rollers, valslides, sideboard, jump ropes, physioballs.

Gym Specs

Leader: Cheryl Christie
Established Date: 7/11/2018
Phone: 631-747-8893

Address

50 N Industry Ct
Deer Park , New York 11729
United States

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