Adidas to launch the Adidas-owned Sports Performance Center and Training Facility in Mexico
Adidas will begin construction on the Adidas Sports Performance and Training Center in Mexico City and the Adidas Training and Rehabilitation Center in the city of Oaxaca in the coming weeks, according to Adidas CEO Herbert Pichler.
The new facility will be the headquarters for the company’s sports performance and fitness services.
The Adidas Sports Fitness Center will house the Adidas Sport Performance Center, which is the headquarters of Adidas’ sports performance, fitness, and wellness solutions, according the company.
Adidas also announced that it will begin building a new sports rehabilitation and sports training facility in the country of Mexico, as well as a new training and recovery center in Oaxacatepec.
The facilities will be located in the town of Ola, in the western state of Chiapas, about a 45-minute drive from Mexico City.
Adidas will be one of the companies that will operate the sports rehabilitation, sports training, and rehabilitation centers in Mexico.
Adidas’ Sports Performance, Fitness, and Wellness (SPF) products are among the world’s most popular athletic apparel brands, including the Nike, Adidas, Converse, and Reebok brands.
In 2019, Adidas plans to release the first-ever footwear collection in the United States, which will include three pairs of Adidas boots.
Adidas plans the Sports Performance Sport and Fitness Center to be the company to deliver the highest quality footwear in the world, according Pichling.
The first-of-its-kind facility will serve as the headquarters and headquarters of the company in the countries where the company is operating.
Adidas expects to launch its first-and-only sports rehab and training center in the Mexican capital city, Mexico City, on December 17.
Pichring said that the facility will include a training center, a sports rehabilitation center, and a sports training and rehabilitation center.
In addition, the facility also will provide a dedicated training and performance center for the Mexican national team.
Pchring said, “We will continue to expand our cooperation with Mexico and continue to work with our athletes, coaches, and staff.
The Sports Performance Training and Recovery Center will be a world-class facility, which has been designed to support the development of athletes and sports performance specialists worldwide.”
The Sports Rehabilitation and Sports Training Center will provide the most complete training and rehab facility in Latin America, Piching said.
“We believe that the Sports Rehab and Sports Performance Sports Training and Performance Center will have the potential to make a difference for our athletes and to support athletes and teams in their recovery from injuries, injuries, and illness,” he said.
The announcement comes after Adidas announced a $400 million investment in the company last year, which was made in the wake of the Zika virus pandemic.
Adidas has been investing in a number of new athletic equipment and products since then.
Earlier this month, Adidas announced that the company would purchase a controlling stake in American soccer team the New England Revolution for $1.5 billion.
Adidas is the second-largest athletic apparel brand in the U.S., after Nike.