Del Mar: Fix Me Fitness now open

Martin Masri, owner
 and personal trainer
/DCT practitioner, has opened his new fitness center based on years of battling his own back issues. The philosophy behind Fix Me Fitness is that fitness is the only thing in life that must be earned. It cannot be given to you and it cannot be given away. There is no replacement for dedication, and they are here to help you reach your full potential.

Their unique approach easily adapts to every level of fitness and any type of injury, regardless of age or current condition. They focus on assisted stretching, strength training, and core strength and balance — a combination that allows the body to function pain free and at its full potential. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, have never set foot in a gym, or are training for your next marathon, Fix Me Fitness will ensure that your body is performing at its highest level. The human body is made for motion. Regardless of age or current condition, keep it moving to maintain a high quality of life.

Their studio is conveniently located off the 5 freeway across from Del Mar’s polo field at 3790 Via De La Valle #212
, Del Mar, CA 92014.
Hours are: Mon. – Fri., 9 a.m.-6 p.m.,
and Sat., 9 a.m.-noon.
 Off hours by appointment.
 Call (858) 229-0691 or visit www.fixmefitness.com.


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