ATX Training, you’ve heard about it now come and see it for yourself!  ATX Training is a concept that creates and embraces a comfortable environment for different groups with different goals.  By integrating healthy living education into exercise and nutrition we are providing the necessary tools for anyone to reach or surpass their goals of health.  All of the ATX Training programs are for people at any fitness level.  Whether you are becoming active for the first time or just getting back into it, these programs will help you build the foundation needed to pursue your goals.  Given the nature of the groups, these are not your standard run of the mill running groups, in fact they aren’t running groups at all.  Once we have built a solid foundation through walking drills, interval walks and distance walks, you can decide when the time is right for you to begin jogging or running.

Each of our programs is specifically designed for each group.  The ATX100 is for people looking to lose 100 pounds, the ATX50 is for those looking to lose 50 pounds, the ATX20 is for…well, you get the gist.  We also have ATXKids for third to eighth graders.

All of the ATX Training groups meet three times each week, two weekdays and Saturdays.  The weekend meetings/ workouts include guest speakers such as Registered Dietitians, Cardiologists, Orthopedic Surgeons, Psychologists, chefs doing healthy cooking demonstrations, massage therapists…and the list goes on!  Our partners at My Fit Foods provide the Saturday groups with lunch each week and you their consultants are available to answer any of your questions.

The cost to join each group is $100 per quarter or $40 per month!   The true value of these programs is the support that each group provides and the camaraderie that is bred from within.

The group schedules are:


  • Wednesday at 6:00 pm
  • Saturdays at 8:00 am

For any questions or for more information, please contact Paul Carrozza at

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