A record-breaking college football running back who was selected in last weekend’s NFL draft built some of his skills at Full Circle Training by Obe Roundtree – an EmpowerStar Marketing member brand that is approaching a relaunch in Allentown, PA.
Joe Williams, who starred for the University of Utah, was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the draft’s fourth round. Williams set a single-game school record in Oct. 2016 when he rushed for 332 years and three touchdowns against UCLA in the iconic Rose Bowl stadium.
A Lehigh Valley native, Williams graduated from Emmaus High School in Emmaus, PA. Part of his training for stardom took place inside the Full Circle Training facility in Bethlehem, PA.
Led by Roundtree, who played college football at the University of Pittsburgh, Full Circle provides comprehensive and universal strength and conditioning program that meets the needs of people of all backgrounds, shapes, and ages. Full Circle also has been a training home of Bethlehem Catholic High School’s wrestling team, which won five Pennsylvania state dual meet championships from 2011-2016, and Bethlehem Catholic’s girls basketball team, which captured its first state championship in March 2017.
Full Circle has announced plans to relaunch its business this summer from a new location at South Mall, near Allentown’s southern border with Salisbury Township, PA.
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