IMEC Fitness and Training Complex is a Black-owned, full-scale training facility in Lockland, Ohio. IMEC helps youth and young athletes prepare for Division 1 sports and adults achieve their personal fitness goals.
Under the direction of IMEC Fitness and Training Complex president Coach George Brown, thousands of student-athletes advanced to college and professional sports. Most adults lose on average 10 to 15 pounds per month.
Located in Lockland, Ohio, IMEC Fitness and Training Complex is a 12,000 square-foot state-of-the-art workout facility with 25 yards of field turf, a 40-yard indoor track, cardio and strength training equipment, a sauna and a massage room.
Unlike most gyms and fitness centers, IMEC Fitness and Training Complex specializes in functional training that uses bodyweight to create tension and resistance to build joints and muscles naturally. Workouts for adults, youth and young athletes include running, cycling, boxing, lifting, jumping, stretching, weight training, resistance training and strength building.
In addition to helping adults sustain an optimal weight, IMEC Fitness and Training Complex assists clients with chronic illnesses such as asthma, lupus, heart disease, diabetes, obesity and hypertension to improve their body composition and live a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly, eating wisely and minimizing dependence on medication.
Adult exercise programs include a fitness assessment and are available in one-on-one and small group interval sessions. Experienced fitness professionals motivate persons looking to lose weight and increase their physical activity in a way that other exercise programs do not.
IMEC Fitness and Training Complex customizes workout schedules, personal training, meal plans and coaching sessions for each adult client to obtain better health. Certified personal trainers lead adult workout routines that include warm-up, lifting weights, aerobic exercises, interval training and high-intensity total-body movements. Most adults who adhere to their recommended fitness program improve their cardiovascular and metabolic health and reduce body fat.
IMEC Fitness and Training Complex develops youth and young athletes ages five years and older to be physically fit and mentally stronger. Youth and athletic training, available individually and in two-hour group sessions, builds strength, agility, endurance, explosion, posture and speed. Proper training, conditioning and mentoring make young athletes bigger, faster and more prepared for the next level of sport.
For over 20 years, thousands of young athletes who trained at IMEC Fitness and Training Complex received athletic scholarships to play Division 1 college sports. More than 20 athletes reached the professional ranks of football, basketball, baseball, soccer, boxing, softball, lacrosse and track. Boys and girls interested in weight loss and physical development have access to advanced exercise equipment, customized drills and certified athletic trainers.
IMEC owner, Coach George Brown has more than 20 years of experience in the fitness industry and extensive training in exercise science. In addition to playing basketball at Rend Lake College in Illinois and proudly serving in the U.S. Navy, Coach George Brown is an ISSA-certified exercise therapist, nutritionist, group fitness instructor and personal trainer.
George Brown is one of the few African American certified personal trainers in the Cincinnati Area. Brown has extensive experience in exercise physiology, sports conditioning, senior fitness, kinesiology and group training. He is also the publisher of IMEC Magazine, a nationally-recognized publication highlighting high school athletes seeking athletic scholarships.
Coach Kendall Davis, a senior adult fitness trainer, has more than 10 years of experience in the fitness and nutrition industry. After a personal wellness journey to lose 100 pounds, Coach Kendall Davis became an ISSA-certified exercise, nutrition, group fitness and personal trainer.
Coach Pat Tucker, a youth fitness trainer, has more than five years of experience in the fitness industry. Tucker was ranked as the top high school football safety in Ohio. Additionally, he was recruited to play at the #4 ranked junior college in the United States. He holds a business degree and is a certified ISSA personal trainer.
For more information about IMEC Fitness and Training Complex, check out the Facebook and Instagram pages. To train an adult, youth or young athlete at IMEC Fitness and Training Complex, call 800-506-8308.
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