Roslyn’s newest business establishment is Aesthetics to Athletics (A2A), located at 1500 Old Northern Blvd. Among those attending the recent ribbon-cutting ceremony was Assemblyman Chuck Lavine, Town of North Hempstead Clerk Wayne Wink, Vito Di Trapanai of the Roslyn Chamber of Commerce, and Town of North Hempstead Councilmembers Anna Kaplan and Peter Zuckerman.
According to owner, Spencer Scalzitti, Aesthetics to Athletics provides an upscale environment dedicated to helping each client achieve maximal total body wellness.
“The fitness industry is in need of a dire change, moving away from the unproductive quick fix culture, to a philosophy that creates actual life long results, A2A’s mission is to raise the standard, by providing every client with the tools and programming needed to achieve a sustainable healthy lifestyle,” said Scalzitti.
Scalzitti added that Aesthetics to Athletics focuses on every facet of fitness, including, nutrition, weight-loss, strength training, injury prevention, and motivational techniques. All clients, he said, participate in a total body assessment and consultation, where their customized goals are defined and programmed.
Scalzitti added that Aesthetics to Athletics’ brand new facility “has all customized state-of-the-art equipment.” Packages, he said, range from private 1-on-1 sessions to semi-private sessions, which feature 2-4 people.
“Through the newest methods, and a system that supports overall wellness, clients whose goals were previously unattainable through dated methods will now receive the necessary support to make their goals become a reality,” he said.