“Yeah!” cheered the crowd of over 100 attendees at Precision Sports Performance’s open house event this past Tuesday night, as Mayor Joseph Pannullo cut a ceremonial ribbon. Surrounded by supporters, Meg Furstoss and her team then spoke to the crowd, thanking them for welcoming them to their new home at 50 Williams Parkway in East Hanover.
The entire PSP staff was on-hand to welcome guests Tuesday night when the doors opened at 5:30pm, offering refreshments, chair massages, free evaluations and raffles for free training packages.
Precision Sports Performance, who opened it’s doors just a few weeks ago, also showcased their unique services at the event: elite athlete training to both kids and adults who are interested in honing their athleticism in a competitive landscape. PSP staff mingled with their guests and personally described their elite athlete and team training to students (both individually, small group or team environment), as well as adults for either general fitness or specific goals such as marathon training.
PSP’s mission is to maximize the potential of each athlete with whom they work, regardless of age, sport, or skill level. Using personalized training programs and high level coaching after a thorough evaluation, each of their athlete’s programs are individualized to meet their specific needs and goals.
Among other vendors participating at the open house were: Dr. John Kulin and Associates, ProVere Physical Therapy, Welcome Back Massage, Locker Room Talk, Spartan racer winner Laura Messner, Premier Sports Medicine, BeautyCounter, The Sneaker Factory, Scott Fleming’s Scott-a-Palooza 5k, Ion, Yogasmoga and catered by The Flying Meatballs.