BOONTON — Allegiance Training, 1210 Cedar Street, Boonton, held a grand opening on Saturday, November 12.
Owner Jordan Torres DeCosta cut the ribbon as Senator Anthony Bucco, Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Morris County Commissioner Director Tayfun Selen, Boonton Council Member Ward 1 Cy Wekilsky, Council Member Ward 2, Marie Devenezia, Council Member Ward 3 Joseph E. Bock, Jr., Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Board Member Frank Cahill, Board Member Nicolas Limanov, Boonton Town Council Member Elect Ward 4 Benjamin Weisman, Council Member Elect Ward 3 Daniel “Zeke” Balan and Town of Boonton Sergeant Daniel Mondino, all joined in.
Jordan has been a Boonton resident for 13 years. He attended John Hill School and Boonton High School. He played multiple sports including Ran Track, Football, Basketball, and Baseball.
Allegiance Training provides personal training and sport-specific training.
“The type of client I look for is one who is interested in personal fitness and sports training. Success to me is athletes turning into young adults on and off the field. Doing the right thing when no one is watching being responsible and respectful at all times,” said Jordan.
He continued “My purpose is to work hard to give these kids the best opportunities for their future and build their footsteps toward their goals. You never know how far the road is until you take it. In life being a risk-taker is throwing all the chips on the table and doing what it takes to have success. There is no greater feeling than knowing that you have impacted someone’s life whether it be on the field or off the field. I strive to have a positive impact on everyone so that they can accomplish their own goals.”
Allegiance Training transforms athletes from good athletes to elite on and off the field. They implement the importance of veracious biomechanics to all of their clients in order to prevent injury and excel in performance.
Allegiance Training provides speed and agility training, strength training as well as sport-specific training to ages 6-18 and older.
They provide classes that are held in small groups of 4 to 10. Athletes guarantee a productive session and stimulate team character. Workouts consist of Specific Sports of the Athlete, strength, speed, and agility movements.
Allegiance Training is located at 210 Cedar Street, Boonton. Hours are by appointment only.