Yorktown Cuts The Ribbon On New 'Dynamic' Gym

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Town Board members Nick Bianco, Vishnu Patel and Terrence Murphy joined owner Jeanette Fischetto for the grand opening of Dynamic Pulse. Photo Credit: Brian Marschhauser
Town Board members Nick Bianco, Vishnu Patel and Terrence Murphy joined owner Jeanette Fischetto for the grand opening of Dynamic Pulse. Photo Credit: Brian Marschhauser
Town Board members Nick Bianco, Vishnu Patel and Terrence Murphy joined owner Jeanette Fischetto for the grand opening of Dynamic Pulse. Photo Credit: Brian Marschhauser
Town Board members Nick Bianco, Vishnu Patel and Terrence Murphy joined owner Jeanette Fischetto for the grand opening of Dynamic Pulse. Photo Credit: Brian Marschhauser

YORKTOWN, N.Y. – Dynamic Pulse Fitness held its grand opening Saturday in Yorktown’s Parkside Corner - just in time to help many local residents keep their New Year’s resolutions.

The gym at 3565 Crompond Road was opened in the fall by professional bodybuilder and Mahopac resident Jeanette Fischetto. She was joined at the ribbon cutting ceremony by Town Board members Nick Bianco, Vishnu Patel and Terrence Murphy.

The cozy studio typically opens to only one client at a time and focuses on muscle building with one-on-one tailored workouts. Fischetto said the privacy her gym offers is especially ideal for first-time users who might be intimidated by larger gym settings.

"The beauty of this is your training session is really quick," she said.

The appointment-only 30-minute workouts can be scheduled Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

The studio also offers Cardio Blast classes on Saturday mornings from 9 to 9:45 and 10 to 10:45. The 45-minute classes are open to members and non-members of the studio. Walk-ins are welcome, but it is recommended to reserve a slot ahead of time.

Fischetto has been training her clients for more than 20 years and finally decided to open up a studio in her clients' backyard. The bodybuilding mother-of-three has won multiple fitness competitions and holds several certifications.

"I've been wanting to do this for many years," said Fischetto, who was pushed by friends and family.

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Uarestuck:

Can Tweens join or walk- in with parents?

janey s.:

Thanks to the Daily Voice for showcasing the grand opening of this fabulous fitness studio. It's wonderful that the whole community came together to welcome Jeanette Fischetto's new personal training business to Parkside Corner plaza on Rte. 202. How thoughtful and encouraging for local politicos to help usher in this new business in the New Year! They added some local color and glitz to a fun and happy ribbon-cutting ceremony, and their good wishes were much appreciated. And everyone at the party happily schmoozed with a local cable-TV celebrity who may make Jeanette a household name by featuring her on a future TV interview show! That's exciting and so well-deserved for a great woman, a fine entrepreneur and the most spirited, warm and talented exercise guru in our corner of the world. At Dynamic Pulse Fitness everyone leaves bad karma and snarkiness (like that exhibited by the previous comment-writer) outside the door! Jeanette's positive energy is positively contagious, and her clients and business associates are grateful recipients. Welcome to the Yorktown/Cortlandt community, Dynamic Pulse Fitness!

Truth:

Snarky here....As I said I wish her the best. Seems from your comments and the article preceeding them that Jeanette is a vibrant ambitious person, well versed in the business she is starting. I hope she is successful, its good for small business and the town itself. My point was without knowing the facts that Jeanette Fischetto and her expertise is the reason for this business. The question raised was other then posing for a photo what if anything did the elected officials do?

Truth:

Best of luck to Ms. Fischetto and the new venture. Other then pose for photo's what did Murphy, Bianco & Patel do to bring this business in? And why is the cable tv wannabe Walter Cronkite there?

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