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The McGuigan family has owned and operated Superior Ice Rink for over 40 years. Being involved in athletic training with people of all ages through our ice hockey and ice skating programs, it was a natural progression for our facility to add FIT Athletics to our building and programs. As a full service upscale style Gym and Athletic Training facility, along with teaming together with Mike Curry, it is our goal to offer a top quality Individual membership gym and fitness environment as well as a world class Team and group athletic training facility.

Mike Curry

Mike Curry is a former NFL football player and accomplished body builder. He is an accredited personal trainer holding multiple fitness certifications, and has trained elite athletes of all ages as well as fitness enthusiasts who want to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Prior to his work in the fitness industry, Mike was a decorated offensive lineman and 3-time All American at Hofstra University. He continued onto the professional ranks where he played for both the New York Jets and Giants, having his career cut short due to injury. After his NFL career Mike served as both an Assistant Football Coach and Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Hofstra University Football team. With 20 years in the field, Mike strives enhance the experience of all clients and provides a training environment for athletes to maximize their fitness potential.

Mike Lenardi

Mike Lenardi has been training Long Island athletes for over 6 years. He has a degree in Exercise Science from SUNY Oswego, a strength and conditioning certification from the NSCA, and a Precision Nutrition certification. Mike has worked with championship varsity teams and dozens of division I,II, and III athletes. He has consulted for teams and organizations regarding sports performance and nutrition programs. Along with his sports performance background, Mike has experience working alongside multiple physical therapists. This has been paramount to building resilient athletes who can work around injuries, not just "train through them".