March 3, 2017
Ewing, NJ – PEAC Health and Fitness and FAST Futbol, LLC announced a partnership this week. Sean Davies and Brian Thomsen, Owners of FAST Futbol, LLC, announced that the company will become an official training partner of PEAC Health and Fitness with the intent of developing a permanent space inside of the facility for soccer and futsal programs. “It has been a goal of ours to find the right venue or space and PEAC Health and Fitness is the perfect partner and venue for our programs and operations,” Davies said.
FAST Futbol will be developing programs and classes for kids ages 3-18 including a Futsal Club, 1:1 Training, Small Group Private Training, Futbol FUN-ATICS (ages 3-6), Soccer Moms and special events. The program will launch with a Futbol FUN-ATICS Open House on Saturday, March 18. Ages 3-4 are invited to register and attend from 9-10 a.m. and ages 5-6 can participate from 10-11a.m. This will feed into a 6-week spring class that will run from March 25 – April 29.
“We are very excited to bring FAST Futbol’s programs to our state-of-the-art facility as a part of our vision to have a positive impact on the community, health, and fitness,” said PEAC Health and Fitness General Manager Doug Steinly. We’ve had an opportunity to see both Sean and Brian in action and the quality and vision of their programs will bring an extra added value to our customer base,” Steinly said. “FAST Futbol will help support PEAC Health and Fitness in all aspects of soccer programming and bring a local connection and years of experience to the mix,” said PEAC Health and Fitness Turf Director Kara Forsythe.
FAST Futbol was recently announced as the official representative of USA Futsal for the Northeast Region. With this honor, PEAC Health and Fitness and FAST Futbol will host Head Futsal Coach Xavier Closas and his staff from the prestigious FC Barcelona, one of the most popular soccer clubs in the world, in a one-week specialty camp called Elite 96 that will be held July 24-28, 2017 at the facility.
Both Sean and Brian have coached and trained thousands of athletes over the years throughout New Jersey and Pennsylvania. “We’re excited to have a home and we are looking forward to turning our vision into reality. PEAC Health and Fitness is the perfect partner to help us shape a fully comprehensive soccer program that will benefit all members of the community,” said Thomsen.
Look for more information about programs and classes on the FAST Futbol website (www.fastfutbolnj.com) and PEAC Health and Fitness websites (www.peachealthfitness.com and/or www.peacturf.com).
ABOUT FAST FUTBOL
FAST Futbol, LLC is a soccer training company with the primary goal of developing better technical soccer players using the FAST Principles of Fluidity, Agility, Speed, and Technique. Through a combination of unique methods, players experience training and playing environments that encourage confidence, enthusiasm, and enjoyment. The company also specializes in management and consulting in both youth sports programming and indoor/outdoor sports facilities.
ABOUT PEAC HEALTH AND FITNESS
PEAC Health and Fitness continues to build its reputation with the goal to provide professional service and quality programs in a first class facility. Guided by our mission we continue developing relationships to assist members in reaching their fitness goals. We are not just about selling memberships; our goal is to establish relationships. 2017 marks the 20th year from the opening of PAC, it was and remains our goal to have a fitness facility unlike the typical “gyms”. Our philosophy is to develop an atmosphere that was non-intimidating, friendly and professionally staffed. Our purpose is to assist members with their individual fitness goals no matter what their level of experience and continue to provide on-going support. We achieve these goals with our members through education, motivation, and encouragement. Our success has also created a social environment which enhances the interaction between members both in and out of the facility and has enabled us to be referred to as a “Club” rather than a “gym.”