Interview with Everlast CEO Neil Morton: Boxing Tradition, The Lab, & Core Flyte

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Flyte Fitness is a startup. We are on the cusp of completing our first production run of the Core Flyte. We are scrappy and passionate about bringing an innovative technology to the fitness industry.

In company maturity terms, Flyte Fitness is an “infant”… with a lot of promise and excitement ahead. We are fortunate to have a strong partnership with a "wise sage" in Everlast Worldwide, the 113-year-old, global sporting goods company.

One of the cool ways that we are working together is through Everlast Lab – the first training facility created by the legendary company. Our Core Flyte class has been a staple at The Lab for the last few months and it's been a tremendous success.

I met with Everlast CEO Neil Morton at Everlast headquarters in New York City to discuss his company's evolving focus, The Lab, and Core Flyte.

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Interview with Neil Morton, CEO of Everlast Worldwide

I hope you enjoyed Neil's interview. Personally, it makes me nostalgic to think about the rich history of boxers from previous eras, as well as excited about Neil's enthusiasm for the Core Flyte.

We'd love to hear from you. What are some of your favorite fitness partnerships? Comment on our Facebook page at facebook.com/flytefitness or tweet us at @flytefitness.

Be Flyte Fit,

Jeremy Greenberg

Co-Founder & CEO
Flyte Fitness