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Private Training Studio Opening in Murfreesboro
Transformations 4 Life,creator of the area's first and longest running bootcamps is adding a second location designed for personal training clients and athletes. The ultimate goal of this new studio is to provide individuals with a fun place to work
"I want individuals to have access to the best equipment and the best trainers. There are no excuses anymore," said Julie Wilcoxson, head trainer and owner of Transformations 4 Life and co owner of Next Level Speed Training. "I see how packed the gyms are in Murfreesboro and I watch people wait around for equipment and then struggle to figure out what to do to reach their goals.I want everyone to feel confident with weights and have the knowledge to eventually build their own programs and adapt healthier habits. That is what we are about."
Julie has defined her brand with a soft but tough style of coaching. In 2008, she founded Transformations 4 Life after training with leading fitness experts Jen Hendershott and Mike Davies. The trainers at the new private training studio will continue with the same type of training style. The program will involve circuit style training using fun equipment such as battle ropes, TRX suspension trainers, slam balls, tires, cardio equipment, kettlebells, and much more. She is confident the new studio will empower exercisers to take control of their lifestyles now, not later.
The facility was also be the new home of her and her husband, Strength & Speed Coach, Harlan Wilcoxson's youth speed and agility program. Harlan has been training young athletes for over 3 years in the Murfreesboro area with tremendous success."My husband and I have worked with local high school teams as well as individual athletes. He is really good at what he delivers," boasts Julie.
"These young athletes are coming to us injured and with bad form. Our goal is to educate them on the mechanics of the body and to teach them not only the skills they need to run faster, move quicker, and become better at their sport but to stay injury free."