BRECKSVILLE—State Representative Marlene Anielski (R-Walton Hills) congratulated Fitness Together of Brecksville on a decade of serving clients in and around the community. Since opening and signing its first client on January 4, 2008, Fitness Together has worked with more than 800 clients, trained more than 75,000 sessions and helped people achieve a myriad of health goals.


“It’s amazing how fast 10 years goes by when you’re doing something you love; and for me that’s helping people to get healthy and fit through the experience of one-on-one personal training,” said Sean Sullivan, owner of Fitness Together. “We appreciate the trust and support from our clients in Brecksville, and we’re honored to be recognized by the state of Ohio and especially Representative Anielski. We are looking forward to the next 10 years!”


Rep. Anielski was also present to celebrate the accomplishments of Fitness Together’s client of the year for 2017, Dave Zelis. Dave committed to the training and nutrition programs recommended by Sean and his team. Dave was able to exceed his health goals and enter 2018 a much healthier person.


“I am proud of all the good that Fitness Together has accomplished over the past 10 years,” said Rep. Anielski. “They have had a tremendous impact on our surrounding communities and have committed to seeing their clients reach their fitness and health goals today and into the future.”


Fitness Together is located at 8251 Chippewa Road, Brecksville.

 
 
 
  
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