Collinwood graduate opens new local fitness center

In an effort to help promote better health, a Collinwood High School graduate recently opened up a local fitness center called TMAB Fitness.

Tracey M. Brown, a 2000 grad, is the person behind the new business.

The services provided by TMAB Fitness are based on three tiers of training: intergrated, core, and private personal training. 

Brown was born and raised on the east side of Cleveland. She is an alumna of Collinwood High; known for the infamous “Lady Railroaders,” where she was a proud participant. She moved away after graduation and acquired a number of skills while traveling. Being an athlete at heart, Brown stuck with her habitual state of working out six days a week.

Along with one-on-one consultations and nutritional guidance, TMAB offers body-building competitions and the popular Zumba, a dance fitness program.

Brown believes you have to strengthen your mind along with your body.  TMAB Fitness' motto is "a conscious mind is a healthy thought."

Classes are Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at the Shore Cultural Center on East 222nd Street in Euclid.  If interested, you can contact Tracey Brown at 440-429-0672.

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Volume 2, Issue 6, Posted 3:12 PM, 05.14.2010