Your goals are our first priority. We will create a workout program for you that fits your needs.
We provide a level of personal accountability that keeps you excited about health and fitness but also keeps you on top of what you are working towards. Personal training also includes guidance on creating healthy eating habits and monthly measurements.
Set up a time to try out your first session, for free!
GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING.
Our trainers want to create a Group Personal Training environment that thrives on group mentality and focus.
We have the benefits of weight training, circuit training, cardiovascular training, and core development; and we correlate it with affordable prices. By providing multiple flexible times, we allow exercising to fit into your schedule on almost any day!
Set up a time to try out your first two group training sessions, for free!
RECURRING CLASS TIMES
Monday–Thursday: 5:00 PM & 6:00 PM
Fridays: 5:30 PM
Saturdays: 8:00 AM
You don’t always need a one-to-one trainer to trainee ratio for personal training.
A recent trend has been toward using tailored personal training techniques and direct coaching methods with small groups, while retaining the personal touch so critical to individualized training & also embracing some of the best elements of larger class training.
FRACTION OF THE COST.
Trainers have found that group training ensures you get the great results and individualized accountability of traditional personal training at a fraction of the cost.
By increasing efficiency in a system, we make it cheaper to do more. When you attend group training sessions, you have access to more frequent training at a lower price, up to six days a week if your trainer agrees it will benefit you.
In a group personal training session, you’ll find the physical workout to be similar to what you’re used to from individual sessions.
However, the trainer uses more variety to account for the different goals of his clients, giving you a wider exposure to techniques you may be interested in adopting. Groups are typically set up as circuit training, but it’s not uncommon for clients to do the same things at the same time as with an exercise class.
NOT AN EXERCISE CLASS.
Group training may seem similar sometimes to any exercise class, but there are some important differences.
First, the trainer is not just a class leader. He’s there to ensure you obtain the tailored training you need to achieve your personal goals. When you do something wrong, he’ll correct you, and when you need to move to the next level, he’s there to advance you right away. Additionally, you still have that personal accountability, rather than being just another face in the Zumba crowd.
Group training, in fact, enhances that personal accountability using positive peer pressure and competition to motivate you beyond coaching.
POSITIVE PEER PRESSURE.
We’ve known the secret for years: If you bring together a small group of people with the same goal, they can reinforce and motivate one another, adding power to each individual’s efforts.
Always having other people there to cheer you on is an immensely powerful psychological tool for motivation. Our small group training classes use this compelling technique. Those who share your class help motivate you to push harder, and silently demand accountability when you don’t do as well as you should.
The crowd cheers you on when you are successful – when you lift more, exceed your weight loss goal, try difficult new maneuvers or equipment. The class becomes a team, with each person’s individual efforts coming together to amplify everyone’s progress.
CHOOSE WHAT’S RIGHT FOR YOU.
You don’t have to start with group training, either.
If you want more personal instruction when you start training but later decide you don’t need as much attention, you can easily switch over to group training. You get to skip the small talk that’s often a big part of individualized personal training, instead focusing on getting your workout done with professional guidance and then going home.