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  • Sandy Schluep
  • 1515 Delashmut Ave.
  • Phone: 613-753-1314
  • URL: http://www.TheSpotAthletics.com
  • The Spot Athletics is an elite, private training facility located near Grandview in Columbus, Ohio that is designed to do one thing: get results. We specialize in personal training and group training classes for adults, and strength & conditioning and speed training for athletes. Our staff of highly educated & experienced trainers are lead by world renowned strength coach J.L. Holdsworth. His 15 years as a strength coach & strength athlete are highlighted by a world record in powerlifting & his 10 years of writing for the world%u2019s foremost website on training information. The Spot Athletics is not just the best training facility in Ohio but is recognized as one of the best in the world.
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  • Announcing Summer Athlete Performance Programs at The Spot Athletics
  • The Spot Athletics has released their schedule of summer athlete programs as follows: the girls volleyball program for high school and college athletes; the middle school athlete program for male and female athletes; and the KAAT Program (Kids Atheltic Ability Training) for 2nd - 5th grade boys and girls.
  • June 01, 2014
  • Ohio State Student Zach Gallman Places 2nd at State Strongman Competition
  • OSU Senior, Zach Gallman, competed at the Battle of Buckeye State Strongman Competition this past weekend and placed 2nd in the 300 pound class of the heavyweights. This earned him a trip to the Strongman Nationals in Reno, NV. It was his first competition since his injury at a Strongman competition in September 2013.
  • April 04, 2014
  • Vitor Oliveira Wins Black Belt Jiu Jitsu Tournament - Houston Open
  • The Spot Athletics client, Vitor Oliveira, has won the Houston Open Jiu Jitsu Tournament. Oliveira surpassed his previous ranking since starting his training at The Spot Athletics and has Vitor Oliveria moved to No. 7 in the world for all black belts, regardless of weight class.
  • March 12, 2014