Dr. William Kapp III, founder of LONGEVITY Performance Center, Naples’ revolutionary concept in health and fitness, has tapped Michael Stull to be director of the unique facility. Stull graduated magna cum laude from Heidelberg University with a degree in Health & Human Performance and Exercise Science. He is accredited as a Certified Personal Trainer and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Stull also holds the National Academy of Sports Medicine’s Fitness Nutrition Specialist certification.
Well-known in Southwest Florida fitness circles, Stull was voted one of the “Top 3 Personal Trainers in Southwest Florida” and was featured on “LIVE! with Kelly and Ryan” in NYC as one of “America’s Top Trainers.” He has spent over 15 years in the fitness and wellness industry, delivering presentations and designing and implementing holistic health and wellness programs for individuals, groups, and businesses. He favors a proactive approach to wellness and a progressive method of achieving it saying, “If you do not find time for health and wellness now, then eventually you will have to find time for illness.”
“I am excited and thrilled to lead LONGEVITY Performance Center into a new era of health and fitness,” says Stull. “LPC will empower individuals to gain a better understanding of their body and take control of their health through the use of advanced technology and artificial intelligence based on science-driven exercise and nutrition programs made specifically for each individual based on their DNA. I look forward to everyone stopping in and taking a tour of our unique facility. This is an exciting time for LPC, Naples, and the surrounding Southwest Florida community!” Stull will assume his new position June 1, helping to shepherd LONGEVITY toward its opening, targeted for early September.
LONGEVITY’s new website is now live at www.LongevityPerformanceCenter.com. Visitors to the website can indicate their interest in membership, qualifying for an “early bird discount” savings of $50 per month off the first year’s membership fee.