Whats new at Body-Improvements

Posted: October 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

Body-Improvements at the Hitter’s Coop is introducing a new program come November.  To make training a little more affordable we’re starting semi-private training.  Semi-private training will have all the perks of one-on-one training.  The difference is you won’t be the only client being supervised during your hour.  Some individuals I’m sure prefer one-on-one training and that’s entirely fine – it’s still a service that we happily offer at BI.

That said, what are the perks of semi-private training?

Some clients prefer the interaction with others while training.  We’ll never have a packed gym as many big box gyms have but with our semi-private platform, you might share the floor with 3-5 others.  Often times families, teammates and friends love this setting as they’re able to receive attention from a trainer while working out alongside one another.

Another perk of semi-private training is the fact that you will have the privilege of working with us 3-4 times week at a very attractive price relative to one-on-one training.  Stop by the facility for pricing information or simply drop us an email.

The hours of the program are going to be Mondays and Wednesday at 6-8 pm, Fridays from 4-6 pm and Saturday mornings from 10-12 am.  Additional times will be decided upon request.

In other important news, Keith Moyer has returned. As I speak Keith is lying on bench paralyzed by exhaustion from tire pulls. There is nothing like tire pulls your first day back. Believe or not Keith wanted to do these. Keith has a fastball in the upper 80s and was elected 1st team last year as a junior. He’s got a lot of work cut out for him this year for Souderton High school being the only returning pitcher. Keith has  been working with me (Gordy) for about 2 years now. His strength and power is that of a guy twice his size.  His arm strength is unbelievable and he still has room for improvement.  Check out the tire pulls!!


Nick is getting ready for his how showcase at Temple this weekend. Due to the weather it was pushed from last Saturday to this Saturday.  I lowered his volume a little this week so he can be 100 percent for Saturday.  Hss arm feels great and strong and I’m sure he will perform at his best, so wish Nick luck. Here is a video of him working with his pitching coach.


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