Total Performance Sports

68 Vine St
Everett MA  02149

Phone: (781) 912-2025

Total Performance Sports

TPS was started with one thing in mind, to give our clients the best.

The best training environment, the best equipment and the best coach/coaches.

Our philosophy is if a customer spends one dollar, we must give them two dollars in value, each time, every time.

Back to how we got started, way back in 1999, Murph was working at a few different gyms, as well as coaching boxing and kick boxing classes at Rich Angelo’s Karate Academy in Everett. Rich offered Murph the opportunity to take over the boxing/kickboxing portion of his business for the right price. This led to Murph no longer working at any other gyms, and bringing personal training clients and his training partners to the new Total Performance Sports inside Rich Angelo’s Karate. This was great because our training style didn’t really mesh in commercial gyms anyway.

The original TPS was just a 900 square foot weight room with a bunch of heavy bags and boxing equipment in it. It was pretty crowded to say the least! It wasn’t fancy, but it had the BEST training environment anywhere. We added more equipment, more trainers, and more clients until we were bursting at the seams. We also garnered a reputation nationally as one of the best gyms in the USA, earning the title of One of America’s Twenty Best Gyms in 2005 from Men’s Health Magazine.

In March of 2007, TPS moved into a new 7000 square foot location. We added a ton of the best strength training equipment available, a full size boxing ring, more classes and more coaches. The Victoria St. location got too small very quickly.

In December of 2010, TPS moved to it’s current 40,000 square foot location gym on Vine St making it one of the BIGGEST gyms in Massachusetts.

Since that move, we have earned the title of One of America’s Twenty Best Gyms a second time from Men’s Health Magazine. TPS has also been featured too many times to mention in many major media outlets including CNN, the Boston Globe, Fox25 Boston, Star 93.7 , the Improper Bostonian, Channel 7 Boston, Muscle and Fitness, Men’s Fitness and many more. We have produced many state, national and world champion athletes in the strength sports and helped thousands of people just like you achieve their goals.

Now we are located at our fourth spot in Malden.

We have 10,000 square feet of training paradise with 4 weightlifting platforms, a full powerlifting section with 2 monoilifts, a turf area and a fully equipped indoor Strongman section PLUS a huge personal training area.

We also have men's and ladies locker rooms with showers.

Come by TPS and see how we can help you achieve your goals, you’ll be happy that you did.

TPS has been voted "One of America's Twenty Best Gyms", Best of Boston and Best of Women's Health magazine.
Come by and see why.


Close to Everett, Malden, Medford and two MBTA stations as well as bus stops.

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Parking: Parking Lot

Categories: Fitness Center, Gym

Hours

Mon: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Tue: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Wed: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Thu: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Fri: 5:30 am - 10:00 pm
Sat: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm



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Past Events

2017 Malden's Strongest Contest

2017 Malden's Strongest Contest
12:00 pm - 07/29/2017

At Total Performance Sports

Join us at Idle Hands for the 2017 Malden's Strongest Contest. Food by Dom's Sausage. Two events. 40 athletes. Lots of fun. Beer. Food. Raffles. All for charity:...

Active Mobility and Advanced Re-patterning for Bench and Overhead Press

Active Mobility and Advanced Re-patterning for Bench and Overhead Press
09:00 am - 05/15/2016

At Total Performance Sports

Exciting New Seminar: We are partnering with Dr. Brad Cox of Accumobiloity and Wakefield Wellness to offer you the all new Active Mobility and Advanced Re-patterning...

One Last Time – Boxing Training Day

One Last Time – Boxing Training Day
11:00 am - 10/25/2015

At Total Performance Sports

With TPS moving its doors to our new home in Malden, we have a special surprise for all those who were once part of the Boxing program or always wanted to try before...

2015 TPS/NAS Massachusetts State Strongman Championships

2015 TPS/NAS Massachusetts State Strongman Championships
09:00 am - 08/01/2015

At Total Performance Sports

The 13th Annual Massachusetts State Strongman/Strongwoman Championships will be August 1st and it will be awesome as usual. We have spoken with Pep Boys next door...

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