–by Sylvania AdVantage Staff
PUBLICATION DATE: 03.21.17
Michelle and Keith Zoeller are expanding their brand of fitness again. They recently leased the 5000 square-foot facility in Harvest Square at 7602 W. Sylvania Ave. They have reconfigured the space, adding their signature blues and greens throughout. The new Fitness 4 All logo completes the look.
“We have been wanting to do this for some time,” Zoeller reported. “Our gyms are big on strength training, and now we can stress cardio.”
There are four different stations from treadmills, rowing machines, heavy bags, TRX with weights and benches. Hour-long classes for up to 36 people will run throughout the day with at least two instructors in each class who vary the classes so there is a different routine each day, according to Zoeller.
“Each class is like having a personal trainer,” he said.
When clients first enter and sign in, they pick up a heart rate monitor, which they can conveniently check throughout their workout. Clients are invited to participate in the special pre-sale prices and can try a free class.
The Zoellers have Fitness 4 All gyms on Holland-Sylvania Road and in Perrysburg. They are also opening a Fitness 4 All Circuit on Dussel Drive in Maumee. They opened their first Fitness 4 All center in November 2009.
Zoeller, a certified personal trainer, licensed nutritionist and injury specialist said Fitness 4 All offers performance, team and core training, aerobics, kickboxing, sports specific, pre- and post-injury and nutrition programs in 30 and 55 minute sessions. “We also have a youth fitness program for teens ages 12 to 15 as well as summer camps for kids.”
Zoeller continued, “I love what I do. It is very rewarding to help people achieve their goals. I teach people how to eat healthy, exercise properly and lose weight. My clients and I talk about their daily routine. I teach them how food really works and I also teach how to increase metabolism. We develop an exercise routine best suited for each individual. Once we get started, people are amazed to see the difference they see in not only their body but their skin and hair as well. Clients find they not only look better but are healthier inside and out as well.”
He added, “Watching the transformation in peoples’ lives brings so much satisfaction. We care about people and love to motivate them.”
In 2009, the Zoellers left a thriving gym and fitness business in Florida to move back to northwest Ohio to be closer to family. “At the time, we had two small children and we knew this was where we wanted to be,” said Mrs. Zoeller who grew up in Swanton while her husband is a native of Kentucky.