2007-01-12 / Sports

Aviator Sports Complex Opens State Of Art Fitness Center

The Aviator Sports Complex Fitness Center. Photos By Peter Borriello and Richard Grasso.The Aviator Sports Complex Fitness Center. Photos By Peter Borriello and Richard Grasso. Aviator Sports and Recreation, the new mega-sports complex in Brooklyn, has announced the official opening of its state-of-the-art Performance & Fitness Center, featuring a world class design, expert trainers, innovative classes and high-tech, cutting edge equipment and machines.

From a mid-fielder on a high school soccer team or a future Olympian to a busy mom who wants to catch a workout while the kids play nearby, Aviator Sports Performance & Fitness Center offers an array of fitness opportunities to suit everyone. Annual membership is $600, and to celebrate the grand opening, the initiation fee has been waived.

The 15,000-square-foot gym, located within the 170,000-square-foot Aviator complex, also offers two rare perks: free towel service and free, plentiful parking just outside its doors. Private massage rooms, pro style locker areas, a sports bar with HD plasma TVs as well as a member lounge, Performance Café filled with healthy fare, and day-care services are on site as well. The entire Aviator Sports and Recreation facility - from the indoor ice rinks, gymnastics center and basketball courts to its outdoor football and soccer fields - can be integrated into any fitness program.

Such versatility allows for numerous training methodologies for a variety of sports and activities.

Aviator's Sports Performance & Fitness Center also includes an adult group fitness studio, which features a state-of-the-art wood suspension floor, and offers a range of innovative classes such as Yoga, Pilates, Body Conditioning and Sculpting, Step and Boot Camp.

Stieg Theander, who oversees the Performance & Fitness Center as Aviator's Director of Sports Performance, and his team of specialists, provide each member with the tools to be successful.

For over 18 years, Theander has trained professional and elite athletes from all over the world at various levels including a Heisman Trophy winner, NHL and NBA All-Stars, NFL All Pro's, numerous Olympic and World champions, NCAA All- Americans and National Champions, as well as Stanley Cup and Super Bowl winners.

"After years of working with the nation's top athletes, and coaches, I am thrilled to provide the same world class service to the Brooklyn and Queens community," said Theander. "Whether you are a body builder or just trying to lose a few pounds, the Aviator fitness center has the equipment and expert staff to help you realize your fitness goals."

Personal trainers are on site and ready to create a individual program. All personal trainers are nationally certified by the widely respected and internationally recognized CSCS as Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialists and/or the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

Equipment from top manufacturers allows everyone to train like a champion. Among the more than 100 pieces are high speed treadmills, elliptical trainers, spin bikes, stairmasters, stationary & recumbent bikes, rowing machines, plate selectorized & plate loading strength equipment, power Racks, Olympic platforms, as well as 25,000 pounds of free weights.

For the comfort of members, elite athletes can train in the Performance Center, a special area within the fitness center equipped with custom-built and prototype equipment from leading manufacturers.

All new members receive a complimentary fitness evaluation; the results from the one-hour testing session are compared and categorized based upon age, frame size, gender and weight. This data is used to determine limiting factors as well as targeted goals.

To join and/or schedule an evaluation, contact Aviator's Sports Performance & Fitness Center at 718-758-7557. Aviator Sports is located at Floyd Bennett Field in Brppklyn, just over the Marine Parkway Bridge.

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