BOSTON (WHDH) - New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hit the red carpet Tuesday night to celebrate the grand opening of his new TB12 fitness facility in Boston.
Brady, who was all smiles and decked out in a sleek suit and sunglasses, shook hands with fans and other Boston sports stars like Bruins captain Zdeno Chara and former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi outside the performance center on Boylston Street.
The gym officially opened for business on Wednesday morning.
“We don’t have any traditional weights,” TB12 CEO, John Burns, told 7NEWS. “If you hear Tom talk, he always talks about making sure your body is pliable.”
It’s the second TB12 facility to open. Brady and his trainer, Alex Guerrero, opened their first location in Foxborough back in 2013.
Unlike Foxborough, the new Boston location will offer group exercise classes and a smoothie bar, in addition to individual body coaching.
“A lot of the same principals that Alex and Tom use when they train every day, we apply here,” Burns said.
Burns says those who visit the facility can expect to see Brady there “at least once a week.”
One-on-one training sessions cost $240, while group classes cost $30.
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