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GRIND Fitness Becomes First In Florida To Build A PRAMA Fitness Center

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The gym mixes personal metabolic profiles, weight training, and PRAMA for an all-around science-based workout, reports grindfitnessorlando.com.

Lake Mary, FL – September 10, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

GRIND Fitness is pleased to announce their facility has officially become the very first PRAMA fitness center in the state of Florida. For those who may not be familiar with PRAMA, the revolutionary methodology represents a whole new approach to group functional fitness that seeks to deliver maximum results in the most efficient way, further motivating the group to achieve more together.

“I started GRIND because I felt the gym business needed a technological and scientific updating,” said Dane Artman, the gym’s owner. “We achieved that goal with our metabolic testing regimen to help members figure out exactly what their body needs to perform at its best. PRAMA has allowed us to take this technologically advanced approach to the next level. This is the future of the fitness industry, and we’re proud to be ahead of the curve and offer our members the very best.”

The PRAMA System coordinates music, lights, and timing, turning traditional training into an interactive, motivational and an immersive experience. With no rowers, treadmills, or exercise bikes, the workout feels like a cross between an arcade and game and a playground. The whole system has the ability to track a participant’s heart rate, time their sprints, and interact with them during the workout, making it even more personal.

Artman went on to say, “GRIND Fitness mixes personal metabolic profiles, weight training, and PRAMA for an all-around science-based workout that provides what many other programs only promise – results. Whether a member takes a group class or opts for personal training sessions, our trainers will be able to monitor and tailor their workout to their individual needs based on quantitative data. Simply put, our approach takes the guesswork out of training and gives anyone a predictable way to achieve their fitness goals.”

Visit grindfitnessorlando.com to learn more about GRIND Fitness’ technology-infused approach to fitness and to schedule a gym tour.

About GRIND Fitness:

GRIND FITNESS is the first workout in FLORIDA to utilize the PRAMA system. It is a 60-minute, high-intensity, circuit-based, functional and strength training class that improves muscle memory using advanced technology. Your workout comes to life while training all major muscle groups through movement with purpose, building endurance, strength, balance, speed, agility, reaction time, and overall fitness. The high-energy, interactive training method pushes your limits with complete strength and cardio conditioning in one session burning maximum calories. Functional movement focuses on movement with purpose, training your body for the actions you perform daily. Rather than isolate a single muscle, the workout strengthens your muscle groups together, increasing efficiency and reducing your risk of injury.

Contact Info:
Name: Dane Artman
Email: info@grindfitnessorlando.com
Organization: GRIND Fitness
Address: 154 N, 4th St, Suite 1430, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Phone: 407-915-4856

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