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Fit1 CrossFit with Roy Leedy

Story By: Brian Skowronski



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After a number of successful years in the Mansfield Appleseed Center, Fit1 workout facilities closed their doors and merged into a new location in Ontario. The appropriately named, Ontario Fitness Club, now makes its home in the freshly renovated Moore's Lumber building. 

Owner Roy Leedy not only runs the gym, but also trains clients as a certified fitness instructor. Leedy offers personal training, teaches boot camps and trains patron's in his specialty of CrossFit. 

As a competitor, Leedy finished 9th overall at the 2013 CrossFit Games and now shares his training techniques with class participants. Sports Buzz host Brian Skowronski is included in that group, after joining Leedy and his group for a session of CrossFit. 

The WMFD personality would survive despite a long hiatus from the gym, but like other members of the class can attest, it's never easy with Roy.

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