Olin Fitness is getting in shape so it can continue to whip you into shape.
Renovations at the personal training studio at Beaver Brook Village, 91 Mill Street, Suite 7, in Dracut are nearing completion, though Olin managed to remain open during the work. Owner Steve Ramos decided to take advantage of the pandemic-produced slowdown to give the studio a workout of its own.
Olin Fitness started in 2017 as mainly a one-on-one studio before expanding into group fitness. Steve is starting to work his way back into more of a one-on-one studio that offers personal training, accountability coaching, and prehab, or preventative rehabilitation.
“We want to teach people to exercise through injuries, building the body in a functional way through everyday living while achieving physical fitness and health,” Steve says.
“Since the pandemic, we’ve had time to reflect, and we’ve decided to go back to our roots, training people one-on-one with more individualized and tailored exercise. I think, as a business and as professionals in our industry, we can serve people better in a one-on-one format.”
Though Olin has offered virtual sessions during the pandemic, he feels that folks “want the real experience of being in an actual location. I think people are yearning for that.”
Steve has been in the fitness business since 2013, opening Olin four years later.
So why call his business Olin? It’s the name of his 6-year-old son, Nilo, spelled backwards. (He and his wife also have a 4-year-old daughter, Lola.)
“Our purpose is to help people leave a healthy legacy for their children,” Steve says.
Call Olin Fitness at 978-248-0149.