Monday, July 16, 2018
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D1 Tampa partners with Powerhouse Athletic Club

D1 Tampa, the training gym designed for athletes, will close their Citrus Park location and partner with Powerhouse Athletic Club this Monday, Dec 4.

Located at 3251 W Hillsborough Ave, the new location will provide more space for their members to train, and will come with a full Powerhouse membership as well at no additional cost to members.

"Our product is going to vastly change for the better and get extremely specific with each one of our individuals," said Taylor Scott, Owner of D1 Tampa.

"We want to focus less on building management and focus all on product management and customer service which I believe that’s where we’ve thrived the last six years and has made us the best D1 sports training in the company."

D1 Tampa stands out for the quality of service they provide and the dedication their members show for their health and their fitness training. Whether you’re a scholastic, professional or adult athlete, D1 Tampa provides custom sports training programs, boot camps, expert coaching and the latest in sports therapy for various sports like soccer, football, volleyball and more.

"It’s not the typical gym. Most people travel a significant distance to come to us because what we have is so exclusive as well as it’s something you can’t find anywhere else," said Scott.

Memberships range from $150 to $2,160 depending on which package and time commitment you choose. Packages include the Bronze, Silver and Gold and can either be paid in full, paid monthly for unlimited access or paid monthly for access twice a week. They operate daily from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. and more information visit d1sportstraining.com

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