Vermilion Forks Fitness opens in downtown Princeton

Vermilion Forks Fitness will officially open its doors on August 1 offering clientèle numerous ways of getting fit, while having fun.

Dave Gillcash

Strength, endurance, discipline and babysitting. An interesting combination…

But, is exactly what Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner  Dave Gillcash is offering to Princeton residents with his new fitness centre.

Vermilion Forks Fitness will officially open its doors on August 1 offering clientèle numerous ways of getting fit, while having fun.

Open mat space, all kinds of fitness accessories, basic strength and weight training, cardio, cardio kickboxing, circuit training and a private women’s only section will be available. Babysitting services will be available from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., with booking on-line to reserve your babysitting to secure your spot.

Gillcash is offering kids classes from circuit to games and activities. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes for kids will be available as well. These classes will teach discipline, structure and provide confidence building all while having fun in a social atmosphere Gillcash said.

Currently looking for instructors to provide classes in Yoga and Muay Thai Kickboxing has Gillcash very excited. “I can’t wait to grow and expand my services and gear,” he said.

Hours of operation for Vermilion Forks Fitness will be; 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday to Saturday and Sunday’s 6 a.m. until noon. Whole packages will be offered for great rates, however,  memberships will be tailored to each individuals needs including discounts offered for seniors and students.

The Vermilion Forks Fitness website is currently under construction, but will be ready by opening day. Visit www.vermilionforksfitness.ca to keep up on happenings at the gym.

Gillcash said this experience (opening his own business) is unlike anything he has ever done before. “ A lot of really great people have helped with donations, support or involvement somehow and this could not have been done without them,” he said.

 

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