A fitness company obtains a loan from the city «The VW Independent

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On Monday, the city’s revolving loan fund closed a $ 35,000 loan for Gen-X Training Studio LLC.

Kelly Stevenson and Trisha Breese, owners of Gen-X, applied for a loan for internal renovations, such as the completion of drywall, new flooring and more functional ductwork for the HVAC unit and specialized fitness equipment. The owners recently purchased 217 S. Washington St. in Van Wert to expand their growing fitness studio.

Gen-X Training owners Kelly Stevenson and Trisha Breese receive a check from Van Wert City Council Chairman Ken Mengerink (right), a member of the city’s revolving loan committee, while Mark Verville, RLF committee member , looked. (photo submitted)

Stevenson and Breese opened Gen-X Training Studio, LLC in January of this year in the basement of the Van Wert County YWCA. The business has grown rapidly over the past year and owners wanted their own facility to provide improved access to fitness equipment and space for their classes and personal training work.

Gen-X is a functional training studio offering personal training, boxing, fitness and nutritional support services. Breese, the studio’s head coach, noted that the expansion offers an increased ability to reach community members and educate the community on functional training.

Breese described functional training as “movement with strength, stability and balance and involves plyometric work”.

Gen-X Training Studio LLC will open in January 2016. For more information, please visit the studio’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/GenXTrainingStudio/?fref=ts or call 419.605.2934.

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