Every single time Matt Cubbler gets the opportunity to speak in front of a group of people – his intention is to inspire, motivate and educate. Whether it is through public speaking, leadership development programs or through his mentorship program – he take's each person on a personal journey through his life's twists and turns in an attempt to hopefully inspire and motivate them into identifying ways where they can find success and to be their very best. Along the way, he gives each person pieces of his heart as a way of letting them know that "I Got You" whenever they need him.
Matt Cubbler, CEO, Director
Pessimists might say MaxOut Strength Systems is cursed. Optimists—including Royersford, Penn.-based Jason Griggs and Matt Cubbler, who are launching a franchise based on the unique weight machines—would argue that the third time's the charm. Despite two false starts, they believe they've got what it takes to get the fitness world pumped, and they're ready to put their money where their muscle is with MaxOut Strength Studio.
On the outside, Maxout Strength Studio looks like any other fitness facility, but students who walk through the doors become stronger — both physically and mentally.
At the end of last year, the studio officially launched the Leadership and Mentorship Program (LAMP) which is designed to help teens and young adults strengthen their mind, body and soul.
Collegeville Police Officer Matt Cubbler helped deliver a woman's baby in the parking lot of a TD Bank. NBC10's Vince Lattanzio shares the incredible story.