Fitness boot camp is born out of the ashes of Retrofit

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It wasn’t until Alex finished his shift that he was told it would be his last at Retrofit. Alex Johansen was the fitness director at Retrofit which abruptly closed it’s doors back in March and filed for bankruptcy. Members were notified via email, on Retrofit’s web site or simply by showing up to work out the next day and reading the notice on the door front door.

With the encouragement of many former Retrofit members, family and friends Alex Johansen has started a new boot camp style fitness venture called EPIC Athletics Company. Here’s how Alex describes his classes:

The format is amazing and designed specifically to bring excitement, fun, and accountability – all the things a person needs to see real, meaningful change with their body and energy level. It combines the 1-on-1 personal training instruction, and nutritional guidance in a group setting making the offering very affordable! I mix bring together calisthenics, resistance training and cardio with variations for folks at all fitness levels.

Alex offers the classes multiple times a week, making it easy to catch a class at Candy Cane Park on 48th Ave W in Mountlake Terrace. Prices are very affordable, as low as $10 dollars per class. Payment is all month to month with no enrollment fees. For more information follow the links below.

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Phone: (425) 344-1846

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