TTEndurance has taken over the sports-training business of TargetTraining Tri & Cycle on Post Road East.
TargetTraining closed its cycling and triathlon retail store on the ground level of 772 Post Road East, and TTEndurance took over the sports-training operations on the second floor late last year, TTEndurance said in a news release.
TTEndurance said it plans to expand the training center's services and add new signs.
The 4,500-square-foot center provides strength, flexibility and endurance training for a range of athletes, including cyclists, runners, swimmers, triathletes, skiers and tennis players, the company said, as well as programs for those who just want to be more active.
Although it will not occupy TargetTraining's former retail space on the building's first floor, TTEndurance said it plans to carry cycling supplies and hire a staff of bicycle mechanics to provide maintenance services.
Also on site is a physical therapy practice, Forward Motion Physical Therapy, which specializes in rehabilitation of sports injuries and pain relief, according to its website.
TTEndurance also plans to add sports-massage and nutritional-consultation programs, according to the release.
Company owner Eneas Freyre is a longtime endurance coach who helped set up the training facility for TargetTraining a decade ago, according to the release. The center has four full-time and six part-time employees.