UFIT Awards More Than $2,500 In Fitness Scholarships

Dublin, OhioJune 5, 2018UFIT, a unique gym and training center designed to meet the needs of those with special physical, neurological and developmental challenges, celebrated its grand opening on May 5, hosting more than 150 attendees and awarding three fitness scholarships.

Kerry Schaffer was awarded a 12-month UFIT Fitness Membership sponsored by the Schostek family ($1,680 value.)

Bryan Gaunt was the lucky winner of of the six-month UFIT Personal Training package ($960 value), and Paige Manifold, a loyal client, received a three-month UFIT Fitness Membership to continue her training ($120 value.) 

Located in Dublin and founded by Tim and Peggy Mills, UFIT (Unique Fitness & Independence Training) is the first gym of its kind in Ohio dedicated to meet the fitness needs of unique individuals. Recently hosted by Dublin City Council and featured in a special NBC4 program called The Autism Puzzle, UFIT uses a special three-part training program that embraces customization, empowerment and visual training.

Special thanks to the Schostek family, the Chinnock family, Jen Campbell, and Sara Barton for event-day support, as well as UFIT program tour guides Bryan Gaunt, Greg Schostek, Chloe Williams, and Lindsay Gantzer for helping make the grand opening event a success.


About UFIT

At UFIT, uniqueness is celebrated through an uncommon passion for those with special neurological, developmental or physical needs. We believe that everyone deserves to experience optimal levels of health and fitness that lead to greater independence, personal growth and lifelong health. Our mission is to provide a fitness center dedicated to helping unique individuals achieve optimal levels of health and fitness for life in an environment designed to meet their needs. Our goal is to help make fitness a way of life by combining a safe, inclusive environment with highly trained fitness professionals. Visit https://ufitdublin.com, or connect on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/UFITdublin.

Tracy Teuscher