Orlando, FL – January 20, 2014 – A feature story about Former NFL safety Kim Herring, Owner of Trinity Sports Performance, was recently seen on Yahoo!Finance as well as other major online publications such as Orlando Business Journal, The Miami Herald, South Florida Business Journal, Los Angeles Daily News and MarketWatch, among many others.
Trinity Sports Performance, whose performance coaches work with children ages 13 through college, and its subsidiary facility Garage Mama Fitness; which caters to adults, has grown literally from an informal start up in the corner of the Herrings’ three-car garage in Miami in 2008 to the Orlando area’s premier training and performance center. It is now Winter Garden’s #1 fitness facility, voted one of Southwest Orlando’s Best New Businesses of 2013.
Dedicated to changing the lives of young athletes and be positive role models, Trinity Sports Performance is focused on helping individuals and groups making healthy lifestyle changes by reaching and maintaining fitness goals. In line with Herring’s degree in nutritional science, he and his staff also teach their kids how to make proper nutritional choices.
The facility offers an array of classes ranging from small crew, power training, men’s elite class and youth sports training. Herring specializes in resistance speed and agility training for all sports, strength and conditioning and biometric skills development. The facility features an indoor turf field, plate loaded machines, free weights, selectorized machines, ballet bar, an outdoor training space among other state of the art fitness equipment.
The feature story about Kim Herring that was seen on Yahoo!Fiannce can be viewed in its entirety at http://www.trinitysportsperformance.net/#!aboutus/c1nhz
Learn more about Kim Herring and Trinity Sports Performance at http://www.trinitysportsperformance.net
About Kim Herring:
Kim Herring may be the only player in NFL history to appear in two consecutive Super Bowls with two different teams. A second round draft pick in 1997, he had an interception in the Baltimore Ravens’ 34-7 win over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV. Then after signing as a free agent in the offseason to St. Louis, was on the losing end of the Rams 20-17 defeat to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI the following season.
The Detroit native’s nine years in the NFL makes it easy to overlook his brilliant career at Penn State, where he was part of the undefeated team that won the 1995 Rose Bowl and became team captain, a first team All-American and All Big Ten—and finished as the #4 career interception leader in school history with 13.