Raymond Kusch has recently been inducted into the Board of Directors of fit20 USA, as he also becomes the new shareholder in the Company. fit20 has been maintaining its own studios in Virginia, Michigan and Florida. Being a unique concept aimed at providing an environment that is noise-free, including privacy that has been geared to adjust busy schedules, in addition to reflecting personal physical requirements, a 20-minute weekly session is featured along with a certified personal trainer.

Aqil Radjab, CEO of fit20 mentioned that the Company was honoured to have an investor who was dynamic as well as compelling join the team. He further added that Raymond Kusch had overcome so many difficulties and will continue to be an inspiration for many people. He also stated that he was waiting to receive Kusch’s insights and advice in the process, as they continue to grow their franchise program in the U.S.

Raymond Kusch has been searching out for the next big thing and has always believed that fit20 has been a simple and effective way for people to maintain strength and vitality, as people continue to age over time. Kusch stated that being a veteran as well as a person with a disability, he knew that he had to stay fit, but it had always been a challenge for him to find the right time and place for the same.  He further stated that the science that comes behind fit20 is proof of the fact that 20 minutes every week with a personal trainer could have an amazing impact. Lastly, he mentioned that he did not feel the need to require any further motivation, in order to become a part of organizations such as fit20 that has been able to assist and support people belonging to all ages, backgrounds, including the level of ability each possesses, in addition to helping veterans and disabled people. The concept was considered to be a perfect fit for anyone.

Kusch had joined the Army after completing his high school. In the year 2012, he had suffered heavily from injuries due to an IED blast, which had led him to lose his left leg that had made him spend three years for his recovery. Despite the injuries, Kusch moved forward by attending the University of Michigan-Flint and completed his graduation in December. He was a recipient of the distinguished Maize and Blue Award, considered to be the highest academic honour that was bestowed upon a student.

Kusch had also started many businesses that include UMG Events, LLC and American Professional Gutters. Presently, he is the CEO and founder of Kinvesting, LLC, a consulting and investment firm providing services for small businesses.

fit20 USA is set to open a new flagship location in the month of September in Liberty Place. The new building is set to have a conference center, apart from state-of-the-art training facilities that can help accommodate the growing national franchise.

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Claus Chackravarthi
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