Video | C-Suite Fitness Celebrates One Year in Downtown

Video | C-Suite Fitness Celebrates One Year in Downtown


Personal training studio C-Suite Fitness celebrated one year in business earlier this month with an open house and client appreciation event. Located inside the Argus Building in Downtown, the business was the first retail tenant to move into the building renovated by Cass Hill Development.

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A widely-used term denoting senior executives, owner Brendon Parks chose the name C-Suite Fitness as part of his mission to communicate both a high-end experience and that clients are the CEO of their own experience. Offering a variety of services for those on the go, those who prefer one-on-one training, and everything in between, Parks’ current clients range in age from 12 to 78. Options, which begin with a free one-hour consultation, include mobile workouts, a body weight workout list to be completed at home, office, or hotel; fitness consulting, a remote approach to designing custom workout programs for clients unable to come into the studio; and small group and one-on-one training sessions.

Having undergone a $3 million renovated by Cass Hill Development, the Argus Building was transformed from a vacant property into 32 market-rate apartments and 6,500 SF of ground level retail space. Parks, a Center Square resident who was the first to sign a retail lease, chose the Argus Building for its location central to Downtown’s growing residential and commercial populations.

“I love what I do, and it is a thrill to celebrate a year of running my own business,” said Parks. “To be part of the transformation taking place in Downtown has been a wonderful experience. We cater to busy professionals in meeting their specific fitness goal, and I look forward to growing my clientele and continuing to witness the pride they experience as a result of their C-Suite experience.”   

C-Suite Fitness is located at 412 Broadway. Open by appointment. For more information, visit c-suitefitness.com or call 518.755.1896.

Read full press release here.

Photo: From left, Kate (Fox) Parks, C-Suite Fitness owner Brendon Parks, Albany Mayor Kathy M. Sheehan, and Downtown Albany BID executive director Georgette Steffens.