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Stillwell Kansas

Serving Stillwell Kansas with a Gym, Private Studio and Certified Personal Trainers

With 23 years of experience, His & Her Fitness is dedicated to serving the Stillwell Kansas clients achieve their health goals. We understand that making a life change can be challenging, but we believe that with the right tools and mindset, anyone in Stillwell Kansas can create realistic and sustainable healthy habits. We are grateful for clients who are mentally ready to embark on this journey and are committed to supporting them every step of the way. Our gym in Leawood Kansas is a welcoming environment where we meet you where you are and provide the stepping stones for your personalized plan. Thank you for considering joining us and for being an awesome example to others who are just starting their fitness journey.

About Stillwell Kansas

Stilwell Kansas is an unincorporated community in Johnson County, Kansas, United States, and part of the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Stilwell Kansas had its start when the Missouri Pacific Railroad began to plan to extend the railroad from Kansas City into the south. The railroad was initially planned to run through the town of Aubry, but due to the topography, the railroad decided to place the tracks a half mile to the east. This lead Michael O'Keefe, J. Larkin, W. A. Kelly, and A. J. Norman to file a plat for Mt. Auburn in 1886, which would eventually become Stilwell. The first post office in Stilwell was established in June 1888 and the population of Aubry eventually declined. It was renamed to Stilwell in 1889. Like many towns along the line to the Gulf of Mexico, it is named for Arthur Stilwell, founder of what became the Kansas City Southern Railroad.

Stilwell Kansas is mostly agricultural land, largely sod farms[citation needed], but in recent years has spawned suburban neighborhoods. Stilwell has affordable land and some farms are abandoned; however the large population growth of Overland Park, Kansas increased the demand for new neighborhoods, raising the land value in some areas.