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Isaiah Stanback, Former NFL Player & Super Bowl Champion, Launches A New Website For His Expanding Fitness Venture

FLOWER MOUND, Texas, Aug. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Isaiah Stanback, who enjoyed a successful NFL career including a Super Bowl title in the 2010-2011 season, announced today that he and his business partner Jared Harrison have launched a new website at www.steadfastfp.com showcasing Steadfast Fitness & Performance, their fast-growing fitness and performance company.

Isaiah Stanback,  Former NFL Super Bowl Champ

"We're very excited about the look, functionality and improved user experience of our new website. It provides a more comprehensive picture of what we offer sports teams and individuals of all ages, and embodies our service as something that achieves results both on and off the field. We're not just a center for athletes; we work with the entire family. That's what sets us apart from other performance facilities," stated Stanback.

The mission of Steadfast Fitness & Performance is to create an engaging, positive and energetic environment from which a steadfast dedication to health, fitness and performance will translate into all aspects of life, positively affecting individuals and their entire families.

Steadfast Fitness & Performance has grown rapidly since being launched in 2013 in Flower Mound, Texas, a city which has been ranked as a "Top 10 Suburb" by D Magazine and recognized as a "Best Places To Live" by CNN Money Magazine. Plans are underway to expand into a 6,000 square foot facility where additional classes and specialized team training will be offered to accommodate the company's expanding clientele across the North Texas region.  

Even though Isaiah stays very busy with his post-NFL business endeavors, he still makes time to give back to the community individually and with his team at Steadfast Fitness & Performance. He continues to motivate others by participating in fundraising events such as charity golf tournaments, hosting a fashion show to raise money for a firefighter's fund, and serving as motivational speaker to companies, sports teams and non-profits. He is also a national spokesperson for Good Deeds Wireless, a wireless carrier that donates 50% of all its profits to worthy causes and charities.

For more information about Steadfast Fitness & Performance, visit www.steadfastfp.com or call 817-403-0866 to schedule speaking engagements or event appearances for Isaiah Stanback.

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Telephone: 817-403-0866

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