Maximum Athletic Performance Facility Opens at the McLeod Health & Fitness Center


The McLeod Health & Fitness Center announces the opening of a new Maximum Athletic Performance (“MAP”) facility inside the Center at 2437 Willwood Drive in Florence. The new athletic performance facility is equipped with rubberized flooring, 25 yards of athletic turf for speed development, as well as brand-new Rogue strength training equipment to rival state-of-the-art collegiate athletic facilities.

“The creation of the MAP ushers in a new era for the McLeod Health & Fitness Center as we expand our offerings to better serve the growing competitive and recreational athletic communities in the Pee Dee,” states Kevin Mitchell, Director of General Operations at the McLeod Health & Fitness Center.

“As we look to the future of athletic performance and personal training, the Maximum Athletic Performance facility serves the needs of our current members and paves the way for the next generation of athletes and fitness enthusiasts. We designed the MAP specifically with individual and group performance training in mind, for athletes of all ages and skill levels,” Mitchell says.

McLeod Health & Fitness Center Fitness Instructors and Certified Personal Trainers will offer individual and group training sessions, off-season athletic performance training, sport-specific training, and speed and agility training in the new Maximum Athletic Performance facility. Nutrition Training is also offered by McLeod Health & Fitness Center Registered Dietitians to help members lose weight, gain weight, boost their recovery, or optimize their workouts.

Use of the Maximum Athletic Performance facility is included in a McLeod Health & Fitness Center membership. Certain specialty classes or programs will be available to Members and Non-Members at an additional fee.

To learn more about Maximum Athletic Performance at the McLeod Health & Fitness Center, please call (843) 777-3000.

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