Prescription strength becomes Next Level Barbell Studio
One year ago we began operation Prescription Strength, now known as Next Level Barbell Studio.
I must admit, I had no idea how the market would respond to my vision. But after training out of two local commercial gyms with considerable conflict, a move needed to be made.
I pulled the trigger and could not be happier that I did. I turned a tiny business of a small handful of personal training clients to a roster of 57 active clients. We launched the King of the Hill competitions with amazing success. And becoming involved with SSOC was a giant step in the right direction. I thank you all with the sincerest gratitude for supporting my vision.
I had an excellent discussion with a person whom I consider my mentor, Matt Reynolds, about the future of Stanton Strength. I know you are all excited to see the commercial gym open but its just a little too early yet. Rest assured that it will happen soon. Bench and Brews now has an official sponsor and the necessary equipment. The first event will be scheduled in the very near future. For today I want to announce Stanton Strength's very first Starting Strength intern, Jeremy Elder.
Jeremy has been a competitive cross county skier and mountain biker. As a younger man on adventure, a terrible rock slide caused serious injury to Jeremy's leg, challenging his capacity to enjoy the sports he loved. He has since turned to strength training under my personal guidance. Jeremy is eager to learn more and to to help others overcome their own hurdles, while guiding them towards stronger and more empowered lives.
Here is to a great 2018 and a huge welcome to Jeremy Elder!
Jeremy Elder - Starting Strength Intern