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The Exercise Coach comes to Westchase

Slated to open in late November, The Exercise Coach offers strength training workouts in a setting that differs from traditional gyms.
The Exercise Coach offers personalized strength training workouts for clients of all ages and fitness levels. [Courtesy of The Exercise Coach]
The Exercise Coach offers personalized strength training workouts for clients of all ages and fitness levels. [Courtesy of The Exercise Coach]
Published Nov. 14

WESTCHASE — The first time Kevin Furbish went to The Exercise Coach in Dunedin, he was amazed by how different it was from anything he’d ever experienced. Wanting to help others make a healthy difference in their lives, he and his wife, Thuy Furbish, decided to open their own franchise location.

“We’re excited to be bringing The Exercise Coach to Tampa,” said Kevin Furbish, co-owner.

Slated to open in late November, The Exercise Coach offers strength training workouts in a setting that differs from traditional gyms. Using proprietary equipment and technology, clients receive highly personalized attention and guidance from certified trainers.

“We work with people of all ages and levels of exercise experience,” said Kevin Furbish.

Workouts are customized for each individual and are done only 20 minutes, twice a week. During workouts, machines adjust to clients and computer monitors provide information in real time. This leads to a safe, effective and efficient workout and clients ultimately benefit from stronger muscles and bones, better metabolism and weight loss.

A free, one-on-one consultation is offered as well as two complimentary trial sessions.

The Exercise Coach is at 12950 Race Track Road, Suite 105. It is open Monday-Saturday and is closed on Sunday. For more information, call (813) 961-0001, or visit exercisecoach.com/westchase.

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