EAST HANOVER, N.J. – After opening their doors in August 2016, Precision Sports Performance thanked the community and their clients with an open house last week.
The prowler, ropes medicine balls were replaced with new sneaker demos, nutritional supplements and a photo booth. Wine bottles and meal prep replaced water bottles and energy bars. Athletes pushed to their mental and physical max, were hanging out in small groups, laughing with friends and family and celebrating with their coaches instead of grinding out results with them. It was a party and the community was invited.
Guests were greeted by Caitlyn Massaro, and Dominick Panayi. Massaro has trained with founding partner Meg Furstoss for three years and is playing softball at William Patterson this year. Panyi, a long time client of Andrew Moore, is committed to Franklin and Marshall to play lacrosse in 2018. Both athletes work at the facility on the field daily and on-staff.
Leah Fairchild, founder, Fit With Flavor had samples of great tasting great for your food. Fairchild walked away from a five star restaurant to create healthy meals with flavor and variety made fresh daily; five star clean eats. Meals are available at Precision Sports Performance. For full menu options visit their site.
Luis Mora and Lindsey Miragliotta, of NutraBio sampled supplements through out the evening. Nutrabio promises superior ingredients that meet or exceed FDA regulations. Founded in 1996 and New Jersey based, NutraBio aims to provide the purest, safest and most effective supplements science can offer.
The Sneaker Factory of Florham Park were also on hand with a selection of brands of footwear for runners walkers and movers, that promise “the perfect ride for every stride." Open in 1978, The Sneaker Factory is ranked as the #4 run-specialty location in New Jersey.
Founders Meg Furstoss and Andrew Borsellino also welcome “Brian Martin Sports Powered By Precision Sports Performance". Brian comes to PSP with a wealth of knowledge and 25 years as one of the top leaders in the field of Strength and Conditioning. Brian’s experience includes working with over 200 NFL and pro athletes. New York Giant Damon “Snacks” Harrison, NBA legend, Anthony Avent were among many who came out Wednesday night.
Precision Sports Performance is located at 50 Williams Parkway in East Hanover for more information click here.