Previous Episode #62: Jeff Matlow, CEO and Founder of imATHLETE Next Episode #60: Tristan Alexander, CEO and Founder of GymSales Episode #61: David Barton, TMPL Gym Visionary and Founder 2 comments Home » Episode #61: David Barton, TMPL Gym Visionary and Founder Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest Email David focuses on the science behind creating impeccable impressions throughout spaces to enhance the experience before, during, and after a workout. You may also like Episode #371: Dan Rubenstein, PUPS Pet Club, CEO and Founder November 25, 2022 Dan Rubenstein is the CEO of Pups Pet Club, a pet care company with five locations in Chicago and Brooklyn. He has over 20 years of experience in the space... Episode #370: Sumner Hanna, Senior Instructor at SoulCycle, Designer and Co-Founder, Sumner Leigh Athletics November 21, 2022 Sumner Hanna is a professional fitness instructor, former professional dancer, and Founder of Sumner Leigh Athletics. She's been teaching SoulCycle classes for... Episode #369: Sean Graham, Backspin Pickleball Club, Founder November 18, 2022 In a world where tennis courts are king, one man struggles against the odds. He trudges forward daily doing his best to build a pickleball empire and overcome... 2 comments Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name Email Website Δ HEY….great interview….i try my best to search every now and then about what David is up to these days…but all i ever get is old material;this is terrific recent stuff… Maybe someone can get word to him,that ive been trying to contact him about some cutting edge strength equipment designs that ive developed; i walked into TMPL (Hells K) many years ago,had a chat with him and showed him a video of the very first machine of its kind and he was real curious to know more;..well there’s more,PLENTY more. Just wish i could figure a way to talk….im very sure he’s a busy guy and he’s trying to get past covid like everyone else;my family roots are NYC,queens+the bronx; so i know the covid situation in nyc right now: SLOW GO. So again,please pass a message to David that i have the patents and ability to deliver one-of-a- kind equipment to any gym he wants,after i find a builder;covid obviously brought the industry to a screeching halt…. thanks! Scott in NH,…………….for now.. forgot to include…that im also aware that David may be a little fatigued from my messaging in the past…so it has occurred to me that he may be thinking “thanks,we’re all set for now…”… i dont wanna drive anyone nuts….but 1 thing i know for sure: he wants the coolest strength concepts on the planet,in his gyms. He’s not going to get that from so many conventional equipment Co.’s that have forgotten we’re in a different century,with a need for more exciting ideas.