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APX's Popularity Grows With Athletes

Spokane's APX training facility has grown in popularity since Drew Buchkoski originally opened it.

Professional athletes from all over the country have come to Spokane to work out with Buchkoski. From Jeremy Affeldt to T.J. Conley to Nate Overbay, Buchkoski has worked with talented athletes. He even trained Matt Kemp while in Arizona.

Buchkoski also works with local high schools, including Ferris when it won the 2010 state championship.

Make sure to take a look at the attached videos and slideshow to hear more.

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