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Irondale native reflects on prison sentence, brings dream of owning fitness studio to life

Irondale native reflects on prison sentence, brings dream of owning fitness studio to life



big things are happening for I am love studios in iron dale owner and fitness instructor tray Chaney started this business back in 2019 and it’s growing, I am love was really just a fitness center that I wanted to bring into the city that I’m from to give kids and athletes an opportunity to be able to train at a facility that’s nature Towards the College D one level while doing that. Everyone else started training as well. He started with 40 members that since increased to nearly 350. Now he’s looking to move into a larger space before Chinese shared his future business plans. He reflected on what got him to this point in life. He attended shades Valley High School and went on to play football at, went to the first bowl in 2000 and four. I said a couple of records as a freshman, I got to play with a lot of great athletes like Roddy White that end up playing with Atlanta Falcons. Exactly my roommate for awhile and just being able to just do some things at the school and play at the college level. Something that I never dreamed I’d be able to do after college. Chinese says he ended up in prison but that helped get him to where he is today. I have made some really bad decisions Back in 2008, that obviously had me incarcerated for almost six years. Um actually worked on this plan. I am loved fitness training center, they know it’s five years and I had to get my mind right. Cheney says his biggest motivation comes from God, his family and friends and he hopes to motivate others. What do you say to guys, especially those who look like you who feel like there’s no hope they don’t know what to do next. I’ll just say man just keep pushing, don’t give up, failure is just a place for you to find out how to find yourself and be able to succeed out of it. Um It’s not about how many times you fall. I feel plenty of times. I failed a couple times in the years since I’ve been here at this place but it’s just to get back up and keep pushing that keep us going now. Cheney is pushing towards moving to a new location of old lease road across from his old high school new facility are also have a smoothie lounge on people to come in off the street by smoothies. It’ll have a sauna spin room, yoga. Obviously the boxing, basketball, football, the normal things we do but just adding in those other amenities are going to be able to really push us to be in a great gym, open them all over the nation. Hopefully Cheney says he’s looking to close on the new property soon with groundbreaking to follow. He’s pushing to have the new facility open by this summer fred Davenport’s W. V. Tm 13

Irondale native reflects on prison sentence, brings dream of owning fitness studio to life

Big things are happening for I Am Love Studios in Irondale. Trey Chaney, the owner and fitness instructor, started this business back in 2019 and it’s growing. He started with 40 members. That’s since increased to nearly 350. Now he’s looking to move into a large space.Before Chaney shared his future business plans, he reflected on what got him to this point in life. He attended Shades Valley High School and went on to play football at UAB. After college, Chaney says he ended up in prison but that helped him get to where he is today. Watch the video to learn more.

Big things are happening for I Am Love Studios in Irondale.

Trey Chaney, the owner and fitness instructor, started this business back in 2019 and it’s growing.

He started with 40 members. That’s since increased to nearly 350. Now he’s looking to move into a large space.

Before Chaney shared his future business plans, he reflected on what got him to this point in life. He attended Shades Valley High School and went on to play football at UAB. After college, Chaney says he ended up in prison but that helped him get to where he is today.

Watch the video to learn more.

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