TRICORE plans to open up to 5 Valley locations
She’s one of the Valley’s most trusted names in health and fitness, and she’s opening a new Phoenix studio based exclusively on a program she pioneered. TRICORE will take over 1824 E Indian School Road in Phoenix starting this spring, with the 3,360 square-foot space serving as the official training grounds for the TRICORE program, which studio Owner Stefannie Delamora developed, following a nearly 20-year career in massage therapy, Pilates and personal training. The revolutionary TRICORE fitness regimen combines cardio, weights, movements, pilates and more, designed to enhance endurance, strength and mobility –– all in a fun, motivational group environment with great people.
“At its core, it’s a program that combines multiple disciplines to help you achieve peak results,” said Delamora, who holds certifications from the Pilates Method Alliance, National Academy of Sports Medicine, Crossfit and USAW Olympic Weightlifting. “Expect to challenge yourself but to do so in an inviting, low-pressure environment where you’ll feel comfortable and encouraged.”
The TRICORE training regimen is a high-impact workout that spans one hour, starting with 30 minutes of strength and conditioning designed to build muscle, burn fat and boost endurance. The second 30-minute installment of the program focuses on active recovery, an often-overlooked, yet critically important, workout component that can increase blood flow, reduce injury and improve overall form and quality of movement.
“Part of TRICORE’s appeal is that it’s ideal for all fitness levels,” Delamora said. “It’s a program that improves muscle tone, balance, and flexibility, and it does so whether you’re always at the gym, or someone who hasn’t worked out in years.”
In addition to TRICORE’s first location in central Phoenix, Delamora plans to open up to five additional locations over the next three years. More coming soon on the new TRICORE training program and facility.