STAMFORD, Conn. -- Chelsea Piers Connecticut of Stamford announced its management team for CP-AC Fitness, the 65,000-square-foot health & fitness facility and clubhouse scheduled to open in December.
Carolina Quiroga has been named the Fitness Club director with Suzanne Vita Ponticello hired as the new Training and Program director and Kathy Salvo being promoted to the role of Group Fitness director. Rounding out the management team is Suzanne Pullen as Membership director.
Quiroga will be responsible for the overall day-to-day operations of CP-AC Fitness, including program development, personnel hiring and training, as well as equipment and facility operations. Reporting to Quiroga will be Ponticello, who will be responsible for all of the personal trainers and small group training keeping CP-AC on the cutting edge of personalized training.
In addition to Masters Swimming, Salvo, a New Canaan resident, will add Group Fitness Director and be charged with designing a robust class offering of more than 75 classes a week including a large number of yoga, hot yoga, barre and pilates classes in the mind body area as well as traditional classes such as TRX, boot camp, CompuTrainer classes, kick boxing and heart rate based circuit training. Pullen, a resident of Fairfield, will remain as the Membership Director overseeing all individual and family memberships and sales.
CP-AC Fitness will feature 25,000 square feet of strength and cardio equipment, a dedicated mind/body center for Pilates Reformer classes, multi-disciplinary and hot yoga, as well as traditional group fitness studios and dedicated space for triathlon and competitive cycling training. Group exercise will be taken to a new level with over 75 weekly fitness classes and programs.
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