WICHITA — Landon Branine’s vision is to one day own a building to house his Rogue Personal Training. For now, though, he’s settling for expanding to the former Pure-Formance Sports & Fitness Training Center space at Central and Andover Road.
“It’s basically double … the floor space that we have now,” Branine says of the almost 5,000 square feet.
The business, which opened in January 2012, currently is at 1641 N. Andover Road.
Branine has six trainers on staff in addition to himself. He says he’s added two more recently “because they know that we’re going to have the space to do more in the future.”
The additional space will mean additions to what the business can offer, Branine says.
“We do a lot of group training, so it will allow us to have larger groups.”
He’ll add cardio kickboxing and a few other cardio classes so he can “just continue to diversify and find new ways for people to get in their cardio.”
He says with the trainers and their different skill sets, he can offer the fitness and rehabilitation help that clients are seeking.
“We pretty much cover all the bases.”
Branine is renovating the Central-and-Andover space, which he says will be ready in early June.
Though the new space is designed to help the business grow, Branine says he hopes to do it by going slowly and “playing it smart.”