London, OH, April 14, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Elite Fitness Systems (www.elitefts.com)—a recognized leader in strength and conditioning—named Eric Talmant to Team EliteFTS.
Team EliteFTS is comprised of professional and collegiate strength coaches, world-class powerlifters, rehab and performance enhancement specialists. As one of the newest additions, Talmant represents the team at numerous powerlifting competitions and provides strength training insight and knowledge at Elitefts.com.
“We look forward to seeing Eric compete again and represent our team,” said Dave Tate, founder and CEO of Elite Fitness Systems. “Part of the mission of elitefts.com is to provide a group of elite athletes who can serve as a resource to help make average athletes and elite athletes great. Eric is a perfect fit for helping us achieve this purpose.”
Eric has competed in several powerlifting organizations, including the ADFPA, NASA, AAPF, APF and the WPO, and currently holds the APF Florida state men’s open squat record of 678 pounds. His best lifts are a 683 pound squat, 391 pound bench press, and a 650 pound deadlift in the 165 pound weight class.
Talmant also is a Certified Metabolic Typing instructor. Metabolic Typing is the term used to describe a form of nutritional management and diet based upon the concept that people have unique metabolisms, and therefore the nutrients and their balance, which are appropriate for one person may be inappropriate for a second, and detrimental for a third.
He is a 1996 graduate of the University of Evansville, and lives in rural Spring Hill, Florida, north of Tampa.
Elite Fitness Systems strives to be a recognized leader in the strength training industry by providing the highest quality strength training products and services while providing the highest level of customer service in the industry. For the best training equipment, information, and accessories visit them at www.EliteFTS.com.