Harborfields High School’s new 3,600+ square foot wellness center is part of a district-wide capital improvement campaign. Students seeking to elevate their heart rates will find a cardio selection featuring Precor’s 730 series of treadmills, adaptive motion trainers, and ellipticals. Expresso GO Bikes deliver an engaging and entertaining workout for exercisers who enjoy an interactive challenge as they break a sweat.
Tornado pride fills the room thanks to custom shrouds on Precor Discovery Series strength equipment. The strength selection also boasts Discovery Half Racks and a full set of Escape Fitness dumbbells.
Rounding out Harborfields’ wellness center is a 1,000 square foot functional training and dynamic movement area. A large selection of functional training tools including corebags, sandbags, kettlebells, med balls, slamballs, vertballs, and more offer students with a total body conditioning experience.
Our industry-expert sales representatives focus on listening to you and creating a fitness solution that meets your needs and budget. John Valente, Director of Athletics at Harborfields Central School District, recounts his experience with Advantage team member Rob Anspach:
“I was fortunate to get to know Rob over a year ago when planning for our new wellness center began. Rob made intelligent suggestions and presented various options concerning the equipment that we desired. He was always knowledgeable and answered all questions. I became so confident in his aptitude for his trade that I literally asked for him to plan the entire wellness center.
Under his watchful eye and expertise, Rob ensured that every piece of equipment was handled and installed properly. The wellness center is reflective of the professionalism and leadership that Rob provided to us from day one. We couldn’t be any happier and appreciative of all that he did.
Advantage Sport & Fitness enjoys a great reputation and it will continue to separate itself from its competitors when sales reps like Rob Anspach are out ‘on the front lines.’”
— John Valente