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Fitness business to open in downtown Hamilton

A new fitness business plans to open in downtown Hamilton in May at 112 S. 2nd St.

R.I.S.E. Fit — whose names stands for Resistance, Intensity, Strength, and Endurance — will offer group fitness classes, one-on-one training and sports performance training.

Owner Derrick Partman, of Fairfield, said R.I.S.E. Fit has been operating since 2014, when he started training clients in his apartment complex gym.

“From there we started to grow,” Partman said. “We’re now in a position to expand the business to a dedicated physical location where people can have the option to join bootcamp/group fitness classes, one-on-one training or sports performance training.”

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The 1,945-square-foot studio’s workout environment will be “friendly and inviting” with a focus on personal fitness goals, confidence building and developing healthy habits.

“Our motto is ‘Rise to the Top,’ which simply means to do what it takes to become a better you,” Partman said. “We provide all elements necessary for participants to achieve their fitness goals and build confidence through resistance and intensity. Our programs are all about helping people become their best selves, which is more than a number on a scale or an image in the mirror.”

As its opening date nears, R.I.S.E. Fit will release a schedule of offered classes and dedicated hours for one-on-one personal training, group/bootcamps classes and youth/college sports performance of athletes.

Partman, who has more than nine years of experience in athetic/health and wellness areas of study, is a former college football player who earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Kentucky State University.

Tentative hours are 5 a.m. to 8 p.m.

“We are willing to accommodate people’s schedules for one-on-one and sports performance,” Partman said.

For more information, visit www.facebook.com/risefitcincy or call 513-278-3759.

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