The holiday season is coming to a close and as the Christmas trees are being packed away until next year, local residents have their sights set on 2024. The new year brings new opportunities, and for some, that means a new focus on health and fitness. Austin Nelson, owner of Freedom Fitness 615 says his team is ready for the challenge.
“I got started in the training industry in 2016 after attending college at Tennessee Tech. I first went into private training and then in 2021, I opened Freedom Fitness,” said Nelson. “We are 100% class based and coach led, so even if you’re not paying for private training, you still get elements of personal training. We offer bootcamp classes, strength and conditioning for athletes, and private 1:1 training. Our members get access to the facility, six classes a day with extra youth classes added in.”
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