Max Velocity Fitness Supports Other Local Small Businesses With Community Health Fundraiser
Ken Berger, owner of Max Velocity Fitness in Bayside, created a unique, immune-boosting health program that also gives back to local small businesses affected by the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
"With the closing of gyms, many people have been left without a place to exercise, which is essential to supporting your immune system," Berger said. "At the same time, many local businesses are really hurting because they've been forced to close their doors."
Many local businesses and vital community service providers are essentially shut down, with little means to generate income.
"Yes, we're one of the small, family-owned businesses that have been hit hard by this crisis," Berger said. "But we've been able to transition our business 100% online in a matter of days, and are continuing to train clients and offer our amazing coaching virtually until things return to normal. Many businesses don't have the ability to do this."
Berger wants to support and strengthen his community, so he created the "31-Day Stronger Community Solution." The program offers online workouts that can be done at home with no equipment; daily habit and nutrition coaching with an online program specifically designed to boost the immune system; a complete meal plan and recipe book filled with fat-burning, immunity-boosting recipes; and 24-hour access to him and his team of coaches.
"Just because we're not face-to-face right now doesn't mean we don't care about your health and fitness, and doesn't mean that we can't coach you through this," Berger said. "And if we can help local small businesses that are hurting right now, it's a win-win."
For more information about the program and how it helps the local community, visit: