“I want to grow the gym and provide a safe and friendly environment that people want to come to workout, take classes and develop lasting relationships,” Wetzel said.
Along with having 24/7 access, Maxed Out provides: strength machines, cardio, free weights, classes three times a day, nutrition services, personal training, athlete training, corporate partnership, reduced rates for Grand Island city employees, and a specialize program, My Zone, that monitors heart rate.
Wetzel’s plans to add a sauna, purchase new fitness equipment and create a Silver Sneaker class for seniors.
“I want people to be a better version of themselves,” Wetzel said.
Wetzel is a National Academy Sports Medicine certified trainer. She is also a LifeBase nutrition coach, and IPE Pro Figure Body Builder. She also has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in social work and criminal justice.
Maxed Out, located in Bosseleman Plaza adjoining Fonner Park, is part of a growing South Locust Strett community that has seen many improvements over the last 15 years.
“We have a dedicated and caring staff of instructors,” Wetzel said. “We always greet you with a smile and friendly gesture when entering or leaving the gym.”