Being fit and healthy is becoming one of the top priorities for many people. In addition to the right diet, many also look for the help of professional fitness instructors. Eric Juarez from Ring of Champions can help anybody looking to get in shape.
Eric Juarez is a young man has been involved in fitness since he was small child. His father, Mr. Virgilio Juarez, had run and owned a few martial arts gyms in the past. Virgilio Juarez is a 5th degree black belt in Tang Soo Do Karate and a Blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu. When Juarez was a little boy he always was spending time with his father in the gyms. Years have passed and now that little boy grew up to be a young man and together with his brother Emmanuel Juarez, he opened Ring of Champions.
“My father has owned many martial arts gyms in his life, so it was natural for my brother and I to open one when we moved to the Quad Cities,” Eric Juarez explained.
Ring of Champions is an academy for boxing and Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Besides helping create champions, this gym also offers opportunities for anyone looking to get in shape. Eric Juarez is a certified group fitness instructor. He just recently received his certificate from American Council on Exercise and now he is happy to help anybody to learn to exercise right.
Eating right and exercising is turning into many people’s way of life. That is why it is important to know that Ring of Champions has that one person that can help others meet their fitness goals.
“Anyone wanting to get in great shape while learning a new skill should visit Ring of Champions. We teach kids and adults martial arts (jiu-jitsu, boxing, kick-boxing),” Eric Juarez extends his invitation to everyone in the Quad Cities and surrounding areas.
The Ring of Champions is located at 501 W. 1st Ave in Colona, IL. For more information call Eric Juarez at (309) 379-3968 or visit the webpage www.ringofchampionsil.com.
A few days ago Eric Juarez was notified that he was chosen to act in a new documentary about Hero Street called “Letters Home to Hero Street.” Hola America would like to congratulate Mr. Juarez with this great opportunity. “Letters Home to Hero Street” will premier in January 2015 on WQPT-PBS.
Photo by Joseph Schiappa