Evolution Sports Training Evolves Into Athletic Republic of Charlotte
August 18, 2007 // Franchising.com // Charlotte, North Carolina: August was a very important month in the history of Evolution Sports Training. We are calling it the evolution of Evolution—from Evolution Sports Training to Athletic Republic of Charlotte.
According to Todd Riddle, President of Athletic Republic of Charlotte, "this switch is more than just a change in names. It commemorates a switch in our entire athlete development philosophy. We are updating our facilities, equipment and staff to better serve the needs of our athletes and fitness clients."
Riddle added: "As part of the evolution, we would like to welcome Mr. Joe Vacca as our Director of Athlete Development. Joe comes to us with over a decade of training experience and is arguably one of the best athlete development coaches in North Carolina. He understands what it takes to be an athlete, because he is one himself. He is a former collegiate baseball player and, in his spare time, Joe is a professional mountain bike racer. We are sticking to our commitment of athletes training athletes. Please stop in to meet Joe and see why we asked him to join us. You'll see quickly!"
About Athletic Republic of Charlotte:
Athletic Republic of Charlotte strives to provide the most up to date, effective, and safe training programs available to athletes today. We vow to provide a professional environment conducive to helping each individual attain his/her personal goals.
For more information about Athletic Republic of Charlotte, please call 704-889-2800 or visit www.evolution-sports.com.
About Athletic Republic:
Athletic Republic, formerly Frappier Acceleration® Sports Training, is the world's premiere provider of scientifically based, athletic development training programs. Founded in 1990 on the continuing research of exercise physiologist John Frappier, M.S., and Stephen C. Swanson, M.S., Athletic Republic's intelligent sports training programs consist of a systematic series of supervised training protocols and exercises designed to enhance the physical performance of athletes of all ages, interests and levels. These training programs are available at more than 160 facilities throughout North America, United Kingdom and Japan.
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