SOURCE: Extreme Fitness, Inc.

November 29, 2007 06:30 ET

Extreme Fitness Completes Another School's Strength Training Systems

PENROSE, CO--(Marketwire - November 29, 2007) - Extreme Fitness Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EXTF) is pleased to announce that it has equipped another school with the latest cutting edge strength and conditioning equipment. This latest in a series of work out programs was installed in the Delores Huerta Preparatory High School located in Pueblo, Colorado. The sale of this equipment was in excess of $33,000, which combined with our latest announcement on 11/27/07 for $25,000 in another school, shows the great potential of our company. With thousands of school systems in this country, the potential revenue stream is enormous. Just these two school installations provided over $58,000 in initial revenues. Extreme Fitness believes that this additional new revenue stream will provide EXTF with solid revenue growth for many years to come.

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I M & M Exercise Equipment, wholly owned subsidiary of Extreme Fitness Inc., founded in 1974, manufacturing since 1983, designs, manufactures and distributes strength training and fitness equipment in the emerging exercise equipment market. Frank Huerta, with sons Tom and John, capitalized on their sophisticated machining and manufacturing skills to engineer what rapidly became established as the premier exercise equipment on the market. The trio self-engineered and designed hundreds of products and implemented manufacturing processes for all stages of development and production. High profile clients continue to demand their products and services such as the United States Olympic Training Centers, Colleges and Universities, Professional Sports Teams, Major Chain Health Clubs as well as Celebrities and Professional athletes and coaches. The trio brings more than 66 years of combined experience and over 3 decades of successful business in the fitness industry.

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