Athletic Republic Teams with the Kamp Brothers
March 26, 2014 // Franchising.com // PARK CITY, UTAH – Athletic Republic, the industry leader in performance sports training, is proud to announce an ownership change at Athletic Republic - Orland Park. Brothers Matt and Joel Kamp, former stand-out athletes at Chicago Christian High School and Trinity Christian College, have purchased the training center located at 11545 W. 183rd Place in Orland Park.
"I trained with Athletic Republic in High School to improve my first-step quickness, court speed and change of direction for basketball and have been a believer in the training system ever since," said Joel Kamp.
"From my first experience with the Athletic Republic program four years ago, I knew what I wanted to do the rest of my life," said older brother Matt, the Trinity Trolls former catcher and team captain.
About Athletic Republic
Athletic Republic - Orland Park, like the other 130 training centers in the Athletic Republic network, seamlessly combines science and sports by uniting its proprietary equipment and training protocols. This combination offers athletes an individualized approach to increasing speed, building power, improving agility and extending stamina. "Athletic Republic has trained thousands of local athletes with its Acceleration Training program over the past decade, and we are thrilled to have the Kamp brothers continue the tradition of helping athletes of all ages achieve their goals," stated Athletic Republic CEO, Charlie Graves.
Athletic Republic - Orland Park is offering free one-hour trial training sessions and may be reached at 708.478.7750 to schedule an introductory appointment. To learn more about Athletic Republic’s training, visit the training center or www.AthleticRepublicOrlandPark.com.
SOURCE Athletic Republic
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