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Trunk Trainers to Hold Grand Opening

February 6, 2017, 9:00 AM HST
* Updated February 7, 6:49 AM
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The new fitness area at Trunk Trainers. Courtesy photo.

The new fitness area at Trunk Trainers. Courtesy photo.

Trunk Trainers website photo.

Trunk Trainers will celebrate the expansion of its co-ed space and services in Kailua-Kona during a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, at 4 p.m.

Trunk Trainers Inc. is a personal training service with a 24-hour women’s fitness center located in the Kaloko Light Industrial area.

Trunk Trainers recently opened a co-ed space on the ground level of its Hale Ku‘i Plaza location—Suite 107— for gym membership, personal training and small group workouts and classes, and gym rental.

Trunk Trainers assists clients of all ages in reaching specific health goals through personal training and fitness education. It’s second level women’s fitness studio in Hale

It’s second-level women’s fitness studio in Hale Ku‘i Plaza, open 24/7, offers machine circuit, cardio equipment, TRX suspension systems and classes, including yoga, zumba and Ellie’s Fitness for women in all stages of motherhood. The center also includes a quiet play zone for

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The center also includes a quiet play zone for keiki.

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Drop in on Saturday for the grand opening of this co-ed fitness facility. Tours of both fitness centers will include refreshments and prize drawings.

Trunk Trainers participates in the Silver and Fit, and Active and Fit programs, and offers affordable membership rates.

Trunk Trainers is in the process of becoming an official Blue Zones Project worksite.

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The facility is located at 73-5619 Kauhola St.

For more information, call (808) 327-4380 or visit TrunkTrainersInc.com.

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