BRIGHTON — Kinetafit has moved to a new location in Brighton’s downtown. The gym, which used to be located in Kinetacare, is at 50 N. Main St.
Owner Ruston Webb said the relocation was needed as the business outgrew its space. Webb said the business is known for its boot camps and also offers personal training, golf fitness and sports performance.
Webb said the businesses focus on injury prevention through the use of personal training makes it unique.
“I would say we’re a lot different than most gyms or even small studios because we screen our clients; we make sure that there’s no high risk for injury,” he said. “We actually focus on the component to make sure everybody is what we call “functional” as far as the way they move and so we pride ourselves in trying to avoid injuries.”
First-timers to the gym can expect to follow the workout of the day, with each workout lead by a personal trainer and based on the exercise philosophy of functional movement. Equipment, such as battling ropes, kettle bells and the TRX, may also be incorporated into the workout.
In addition to providing challenging workouts, Webb says they want their members to have fun.
“If they can leave and say that’s the most fun I’ve had working out and getting into better shape, with the camaraderie of all our members, along with the workouts, then we’re doing our job,” he said.
Kinetafit currently offers boot camp classes at 6 a.m., 12 p.m., 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., on weekdays and 9 a.m. on Saturdays. Webb said they plan to offer more times throughout the day as the business continues to grow.
The business is offering a two-week free trial in September.
For more information on the business or for a consultation, contact Ruston Webb at 303-503-9344 or email him at email@example.com.