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A Harrison County business held its grand opening on Saturday.

Gorilla Strength and Fitness specializes in Olympic weight training, sports training, and speed and agility training.

Wesley Brown Sr., owner, said clients range from age 6 to 65.

Brown said even though the training is tough, he works with the client at their own pace.

"Everything starts at a gradual, progressive, low process. We start with the very basics and then slowly build our way up. We start at ground zero, work on form and technique and build up," said Brown.

For more information on Gorilla Strength and Fitness visit its web site.