SOURCE: Extreme Fitness, Inc.

March 13, 2008 09:00 ET

Extreme Fitness Designs Special Wrestling Training Machine for Olympic Training Center

PENROSE, CO--(Marketwire - March 13, 2008) - Extreme Fitness, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EXTF) has recently planned special designed wrestling training machine for the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The Olympic training center is world-renowned for having trained elite American athletes and international athletes.

Wrestlers use different muscles than the standard athletes with quick explosive hip movements. Wrestlers need a machine that is built to be able to work with these special requirements. Extreme Fitness has recently designed a wrestling specific piece of equipment that helps improve a wrestler's strength.

"This is a great machine for wrestlers helping them improve their strength," stated Vice President John Huerta.

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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 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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