CONTACT INFORMATION: Kelli Knoblau 1 on 1 Fitness Studio (563) 508-8868 For Immediate Release Oct. 23, 2007 GRAND OPENING OF 1 ON 1 FITNESS STUDIO (DAVENPORT, Iowa) - 1 on 1 Fitness, located in the old Christie Mansion, will celebrate its grand opening in the Village of East Davenport with a ribbon cutting on Friday, Oct. 26, at 11 a.m. at 2224 East 12th Street. 1 on 1 Fitness Studio offers one-on-one training sessions, couples/ partner training sessions, personalized workout programs, small-group exercise classes, and lifestyle and weight management consulting. The small group classes are offered during after-work hours and individual training sessions are offered by appointment between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. At-home personal training packages are also available; if clients have very limited equipment 1 on 1 Fitness Studio will provide equipment. "1 on 1 Fitness Studio is designed to fit the needs of a variety of individuals, whether 18 or 95 years old, the inexperienced to athletic, male and female. All programs are designed specifically for each individual client in order to meet their direct goals and needs," said owner Kelli Knoblau, a Bettendorf native. Knoblau is an American Counsel on Exercise (ACE) Certified Personal Trainer. She has worked in the fitness industry for six years. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a bachelor's degree in Social Work, Knoblau is a former domestic violence counselor. More information on 1 on 1 Fitness Studio can be found by visiting the website at (end)

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