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54 - CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, October 2 - October 8, 1998 Cape Region fitness trainer branches out with new business By Jen Ellingsworth Finding a personal trainer who can work around your busy sched- ule, target your specific physical fitness needs and work with you to set goals is not an easy task. Fortunately, there are profes- sionals like Victor Hall, a certified fitness trainer based in Bethany Beach, who will step up and meet the challenge. Certified through the American Fitness Professionals Associa- tions, Hall is the former manager- of the Sea Colony Fitness Center. Cyclonic ContinUed from page 52 North American Long Drive Champion with 475-yard drives and 175-yard sand wedge shots, is wearing Cyclonics and expects to improve his distances," Mashooqullah relates. "Sam Crabtree, Head PGA Pro, reports incredible traction from Cy- clonic&apos;s s01e design. And Danny Ainge, former Boston Celtic and coach of the Phoenix Suns, says he loves them. We're on the move. In Tact, Cyclonic is on its way up and competing with such heavy hitters as Adidas, Dunlop, Nike and Florsheim in the new spikeless golf shoe market. With projected first-year sales conserv- atively estimated at $1 million, Cyclonic plans to release two new shoe styles each year and begin advertising on a national and in- ternational basis. "We're the only golf shoe com- pany working out of Delaware, and we're growing carefully," says Mashooqullah. "The big cor- porations have us out-muscled when it comes to advertising mon- A graphic artist by trade, Hall is a Wilmington native who moved to Sus sex County three years ago. Since mov- ing to HALL Bethany, he " has also taught graphic arts and computer application for the Indi- an River School District and ey, but we're ready to enter the national ad market in January. We just won't be able to hire a Tiger? Woods to endorse us. But we ex- pect our shoes to compete very well on the world market."- Cyclonics are styled to appeal to the traditional golfer who likes a classic wing tip of white, black or saddle. Others are styled for the younger generation who likes the "cool" look of a more contempory shoe. A'nd others are styled-for crossover use - good on the course and equally good off the course, in rain, sleet or snow. "We're sensitive to the classic style," Mashooqullah explains. "But we also know that people like a good looking, comfortable multipurpose shoe that they can even wear to the office in this time of corporate down-dressing. Cy- clonic's crossover style is the per- , fect multipurpose shoe." From his offices in Henlopen Junction Mall, Mashooqullah and his staff are busy taking Orders and sending shipments of Cy- clonics to customers as far away as Australia. Soon, Cyclonics Inc. plans to move its warehousing and logisti- cal systems from New York to the coached girls volleyball, wrestling and softball. He recently branched out with his own business, Team Fitness. Hall said the purpose of his first visit with clients is to determine whether they'd prefer training in their home or at a gym. Training at a gym depends on whether that specific facility allows such activ- ity. He said he then works with clients to set goals for the training, such as weight loss, building mus- cle mass or athletic training. Rehoboth Beach area. The compa- ny's coriorate headquarters is also looking to relocate here. "We wanted to be seen, so we opened this office on Rehoboth Avenue, and we've really come to love the area," says Mashooqul- lah. "The people are sincere; it's nice to do business with the ser- vice companies in Sussex County, and this is a great place to live and raise families. We are very happy with our decision to locate here." At $79.95 a pair, Cyclonic Setting and achieving those goals depends on the person's ability to persevere with the train- ing, said Hall. Attitude is often a means to an end. "You've got to realize that it [working out] is hard work," he said. "It's a complete overhaul of your habits, beginning with your diet. It's hard but it will really pay off if you want to make it work." Hall said he will work around workand school schedules to meet each person's specific work- Continued on page 55 shoes must be ordered in bulk of at least a dozen pairs. Cyclonic Golf is not a retail operation, but Mashooqullah and office staffers Alberta Quiepo and Sue Mc- Carthy welcome anyone to stop by Henlopen Junction and see the Cyclonic shoes that they and many in the golfing industry re- gard as the next generation of golf shoe. To enquire more about Cyclonic shoes or Cyclonic Inc., call 227- 5920 or visit their web site at <www.cyclonicgolf.com>. PRIME R T. 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