Online Staff Report
Local residents Oscar G. Castillo and Eduardo Camargo recently formed KX Evolution, Inc., a company designed to offer and market youth and adult fitness and nutrition programs and events. By teaming up with experts on nutrition and fitness, KX Evolution will promote events to generate community awareness.
The “A Fitness Movement” event coming up from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., July 14, and hosted at Delarosa’s Submission Wrestling Academy, 3261 Forest View Road, Rockford, is designed to promote awareness in the community. The event will introduce a fitness product developed by KX Evolution, Inc., titled Kardio-Xercise.
The Kardio-Xercise branding will also appear on apparel and sports accessories. Proceeds derived from online sales will go back to communities through contribution to a network of non-profit organizations related to improving fitness and overall health.
Working together with, Aurelio Delarosa, owner of Delarosa’s Submission Wrestling Academy, and Nia Phommavong, who owns and operates Let’s Get Fit Club, Castillo and Camargo have put together a complete agenda for the day with something of interest for all ages.
Delarosa, who is hosting the event, is an investigator, trainer and 23-year veteran of the Rockford Police Department. Nia is an independent Diamond Beach Body coach and P90X certified, as well as being a certified fitness and nutrition coach.
Castillo and Camargo also believe in giving back to the community. Their “A Fitness Movement” events will partner with local area business and help raise resources for local nonprofit organizations.
Admission to the event is free, and a number of prizes donated by local businesses will be raffled, with proceeds benefiting the Rockford Chaplin Division and Fearless Warriors (Fight for Haiti).
Posted July 11, 2012