Business Spotlight: Core Fitness


Core Fitness recently opened its doors to the public in January of 2014. Erik and Kelly Rasmussen own and operate the gym and are both passionate about fitness. The duo wanted to focus their gym on quality personal and sports training. The Rasmussen’s goal is to always have small class sizes to ensure their workouts are individualized.

Core Fitness offers a wide variety of classes and training. Classes include Zumba, spin, boot camp, women’s weights, teen athletic training, beginning gymnastics, speed and agility, kid’s day camp, personal training and group training.

The main focus of Core Fitness, and what makes them unlike any other gym, is their emphasis on individualized training. Class sizes are limited, which ensures more one-on-one training and attention. Core Fitness wants its clients to feel as though they are at their own personal gym and create a comfortable atmosphere that offers high quality training.

This summer Core Fitness is offering new classes and activities for all ages. Starting in June, it will offer day camp for elementary aged children. Day camp will focus on keeping kids entertained all summer with physical activities and a variety of arts and crafts. Core Fitness will also be adding beginning gymnastics for ages 5-7 as well as a 10-13-year-old speed and agility class. There will also be a 14-18-year-old speed and agility class beginning in June to help athletes train throughout the summer. A 30-minute spin class, open gym weights and boot camp are also being added to the summer lineup of classes offered at Core Fitness.

To see a complete class schedule or to sign up for a summer fitness camp or class, search for Core Fitness on Facebook or call (435) 650-1873. The gym is located at 97 East 100 North in Price.

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