FullOut Crossfit is a modern fitness training center that offers a wide range of physical training programs including Crossfit, Krav Maga, Boxerfit and personal training. It is owned and operated by Marco Benacchio, a former professional athlete, who believes that physical training is vital to healthy living, increased energy and maintaining a positive attitude.
FullOut Crossfit is a licensed Crossfit affiliate with certified trainers who help customers get results. They provide group and individualized training sessions and work with clients at all levels by creating manageable plans with attainable goals. Trainers focus on quality workouts, ensuring proper form and emphasizing injury prevention.
Although the business has been impacted by the construction of the first segment of the Purple Line Extension, Benacchio is confident that they will be able to provide their services to the community when the new subway stations open in 2023. “It’s been challenging for us given the construction all around, but we are grateful that Metro has supported us and we are especially grateful for receiving a grant from the BIF program,” Benacchio said.
Metro’s Business Interruption Fund (BIF) provides financial assistance to small “mom and pop” businesses directly impacted by transit rail construction along the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project, the Little Tokyo area and 2nd/Broadway segment of the Regional Connector and Phase 1 of the Purple Line Extension. For more information about the BIF, visit metro.net/bif. To apply for a BIF grant, visit Pacific Coast Regional Small Business Development Corp (PCR) at pcrcorp.org.
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