Su­per train­ing fa­cil­ity Core Fit­ness gives lo­cals the same treat­ment pro ath­letes swear by.

Ocean Drive - - Contents - BY CARLA TOR­RES

It’s duringa Tues­day foot­ball af­ter­noon off-sea­son in the 305 when Car­los Hyde (run­ning back for the San Fran­cisco 49ers) is about to turn up—not at LIV, but for a work­out led by Andy Luaces, fol­lowed by re­cov­ery. The driv­ing force be­hind Core Fit­ness, Luaces is in charge of the physiques of some of the top names in sports: Devonta Free­man, Travis Ben­jamin, and col­lege phe­nom­e­non David Njoku (a top NFL draft pick). Njoku is one of a hand­ful of Univer­sity of Miami play­ers who will be NFL new­bies this year, and who rely on Core Fit­ness for their com­bine and game train­ing. But per­sonal train­ing for NFL play­ers, NBA guys in­clud­ing Jeff Green, and even lo­cal fix­tures like Ari­ete’s Michael Bel­tran and Ja­son Odio, and Jon Paul Pérez (son of condo de­vel­oper and Re­lated Group head Jorge Pérez) is just half of the equa­tion at Core Fit­ness, and one of the com­po­nents of MSPI (Miami Sports Per­for­mance In­sti­tute). The in­te­grated full-body fit­ness and med­i­cal fa­cil­ity also in­cludes on-site Fox Phys­i­cal Ther­apy, Chi­ro­prac­tic Health (mas­sageFit ther­apy and cup­ping), and Miami Flex­i­bil­ity, led by Miami Dol­phins flex­ol­o­gist and Luaces’s busi­ness part­ner Alex Da Silva, along with cryother­apy. will In cel­e­brateJune, Core its Fit­ness 10-year an­niver­sary. We know what you’re think­ing: If they’ve been around for 10 years, why am I only find­ing out about Core now? “We’re kind of se­cre­tive,” says Luaces by way of ex­pla­na­tion. “We’re not big on In­sta­gram, we don’t flaunt our play­ers, and have noth­ing to prove. Our motto is qual­ity over quan­tity. A lot of peo­ple hash­tag that, but they don’t re­ally mean it.” Talk about #re­sults. 162 NE 25th St., . Miami, 305-428-2642; cor­e­fit­ness­mi­ami.com

Pro­fes­sional ath­letes like the New Or­leans Saints’ Vonn Bell (top) turn to Core to get them in peak phys­i­cal shape.

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