Before my session, I felt pain and soreness. Afterward, I enjoyed the feeling of having less pain. I had great sleep that night and felt relaxed.
Rob Remitz grew up in Austin, Texas, and graduated from Westlake High School in West Austin.
Mr. Remitz attended Murray State University and graduated in 1995 with a BA in Organizational Communications.
Upon graduation, Mr. Remitz took a job with Hiram Walker and Sons which owned distilled spirits brands like Makers Mark, Canadian Club, Kahlua, and many others. The TOP Team was founded in 1995 and lasted up until the sell-out of Hiram Walker brands to Allied Domecq and then was sold to several suppliers like Fortune Brands.
He moved to Chicago and worked for Hiram Walker as an On-Premise Manager and eventually moved to Houston, Texas where he worked on brands like Makers Mark and Tuaca.
Mr. Remitz decided to take a break and try his luck as a professional golfer. Robert Remitz played in the Illinois Open twice, making the cut once, then a Nike Tour event. In 2000, he decided that golf was not his career.
Mr. Remitz then became an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry and he founded an online medical equipment distribution company called GoSouthernMD.com in 2006 in Phoenix, Arizona which is still in business today.
Now, Rob is the co-owner of CryoFit New Berlin and Delafield. He opened in June of 2017 and has been looking for ways to grow ever since. Cryofit is a recovery and wellness spa chain in Southeastern Wisconsin and Texas offering IV therapy, cryotherapy, vitamin injections, infrared therapy, and more. Rob works hard to keep CryoFit true to its roots and treating as many patients as possible.
A Brief Overview of Cryofit
Rob and Melanie give a brief overview of the services offered by Cryofit. Among them are cryofit therapy, infrared saunas, IV infusions and compression therapy. Regulars of Cryofit include professional and college athletes who want to stay at the top of their game and normal people seeking treatments for various conditions such as arthritis, weight loss and immune system complications.