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At Fitness Together in Bay Village, the personal training styles of the trainers are a cut above

Fitness Together is ringing in the new year by welcoming a tenacious trio of trainers to its already bustling Bay Village studio. These Cleveland natives each possess an infectious enthusiasm for helping others achieve their fitness goals. “I don’t necessarily hire the person who has the longest list of certifications,” says owner...

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Here’s how Fitness Together in Bay Village is helping Katie S. stay strong and fit during her pregnancy

When Katie Sheehan was pregnant with her first child in 2015, she adhered to the old-fashioned regimen of lots of daily rest, zero exercise or exertion, and plenty of ice cream. She gained more weight than she planned, and, in the last trimester, went into polyhydramnios and macrosomia (excess fluid and a really big baby). Doctors decided to...

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Transform your look before the holidays by entering Fitness Together Bay's 8-Week Holiday Makeover Contest

In the spirit of turning over a new leaf and getting in the best shape of your life before the jingle bells ring, this month Fitness Together in Bay Village is introducing The 8-Week Holiday Makeover. Says Cody Plank, who opened the studio this spring along with Sean Sullivan, “We’re looking to transform the life of someone who...

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After Wally Anders turned 50, he turned to Fitness Together for a new activity to stay strong

Since opening this spring, the trainers at Fitness Together in Bay Village have helped people turn their health around, in whatever way they needed most, whether losing weight, gaining muscle, or improving balance, flexibility or endurance. And each client comes with his or her own special story. Co-owner Cody Plank says few stories are as...

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Sheila Rohal had severe back pain and was able to avoid surgery with the help the team at Fitness Together

We’ve all got our share of obstacles that stop us from being our personal best—bad knees, no endurance, lack of time, fear of injury, zero motivation. For Sheila Rohal, it was severe back pain. The medical diagnosis of scoliosis, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, herniated discs and anterolisthesis translated into a spine that was...

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