NEW YORK, NY – MCore Functional Training Systems, maker of the innovative TS3 training station, has named three regional sales managers to lead its expansion into fitness specialty retail channels and gyms.
MCore FTS has named Tom Marshall to lead sales in the southwest, Libby Ellis Burwell to cover the southeast region and Timothy Keefe to cover the northeast.
Tom Marshall, a master trainer and presenter and the top ranked trainer at the renowned Sports Club/LA will lead sales for MCore in the southwest. Marshall’s unique training approach has placed him in Men’s Journal list of top 100 trainers in the country.
Burwell is an accomplished sales executive and also serves as the regional sales leader for Merritt Athletic Clubs in Baltimore, MD where she introduced and reinforced high value selling focus, skills, and techniques to front-line Lifestyle Sales Consultants for nine different club locations.
Keefe, a district manager of personal training sales for the EFT Group where he supervises the Personal Training Department in six EFT/TGM locations, will lead MCore’s northeast sales efforts.
“We’re excited to launch the TS3 into specialty retail channels and we think Libby and Tim are ideally suited to help us enter this exciting expansion phase,” said Todd Gates, founder of the TS3 training station.
MCore is aggressively looking to fill sales roles in all regions of the country. The TS3, which is touted as the most versatile piece of fitness equipment available, has been well received by leading independent fitness clubs and rests on a compact footprint of 29 by 35 inches. The TS3 accommodates well over 200 exercises.
MCore FTS LLC, was founded in 2006 by certified strength and conditioning coach Todd Gates. The MCore TS3 is a fully adjustable training station that adapts to the user and engages the core and leg muscles. The versatile TS, which has a compact footprint of 29 by 35 inches, comes standard with a 22-inch bench seat, but a plyo-top, dip bar, bands and Bosu are available. The TS3 can easily accommodate well over 200 exercise movements. Learn more about MCore at http://mcorefts.com.