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Downtown fitness spot Real Results helps to reach goals

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The idea for the bootcamp-style gym came to owner and trainer Paul Rosenberg back in 2012.
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Getting in shape is easier said than done. But if you’re serious about it, Real Results can help you reach your goals.

The idea for the bootcamp-style gym came to owner and trainer Paul Rosenberg back in 2012. The fitness guru of 25 years had just left his job at LVAC and partnered up with Branden Collinsworth to launch a new gym concept of his own.

“We had both reached a point where we were tired of working under other people,” Rosenberg says, “and we really liked what was happening Downtown.” Rosenberg started hosting boot camp classes in the Jackie Gaughan Plaza across from El Cortez, and eventually found a warehouse space to permanently house his brand.

“We wanted a gym that was a community, where [people] could grow in life, not just lose weight or have a good workout,” Rosenberg says. “When we first started the gym, Branden and I were teaching all of the classes. We started with no money, [and] we did it on our own … we were able to build a business and continue to reinvest in it and let it grow organically.”

And then there’s the Real 90, Real Results’ 12-week fitness and nutrition program that can help people maximize results in a short amount of time.

“Nine times out of 10, when people come to Real Results, everyone’s looking for the same thing—they want to lose weight,” Rosenberg says. “The Real 90 is a nontraditional program, because we want to encourage people to make a lifestyle change. We want people to stick with it. That’s where they’re going to get the real results.” Real Results, 1201 S. Commerce St., 702-331-3172; Monday-Thursday 5:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Friday 5:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Saturday 7-11 a.m.

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