â€œStronger Togetherâ€ is the motto that Next Level Fitness CEO Micah Logan, believes in when it comes to fitness. As the founder of the â€˜one-stop shopâ€™ for health and fitness, Logan, currently owns a Next Level studio in the North End and will be expanding with a second location in Winthrop.
The 4,000 square-foot fitness facility dedicated to small group and one-on-one training, will be located in the MSA building at 354 Main St. and is complete with three workout rooms with cutting-edge equipment, a client recovery lounge, and meal-prep services. Logan will be partnering up with certified trainer, Zach Deeb, who will take on the role of studio manager.
The studio will have options for athletes who range from beginner to advanced, categorizing classes into three modules: shred, strength, and total body. The combination of workouts is designed to give clients a full body workout in 45-minute sessions, using high-intensity interval training (HIIT), weights, and cardio.
â€œWhen Zach called me up and asked me to partner with him in this beautiful space, it was a dream come true,â€ said Logan. â€œWe are all about community here, and it will be an inclusive environment for all levels of fitness.â€
Each workout is customizable and allows clients to match their current fitness level with their future goals. As added bonus, the trainers will send out daily accountability checks to make sure clients are staying on track.
â€œThe small-group training has been very successful for me. Itâ€™s very approachable and you gain a lot of learning experience,â€ said Alec Sennot, a music teacher at the Gorman Fort Banks School who will be making the transition from the North End location to the Winthrop location. â€œIâ€™ve lost 20 pounds since December and Iâ€™ve gotten a lot stronger.â€
Each small-group training session will consist of four clients and one coach, and members will be encouraged to partake in active recovery sessions and foam rolling in the cardio room.
â€œI think we have great potential to grow here, and Iâ€™m looking forward to being a part of it,â€ said Deeb.