Let’s face it. Many of us simply cannot “do it all on our own.” There’s a reason gyms have those special people who go through years of higher education and certifications just to seemingly boss you around during your workout.
What is a reasonable goal, and how soon can you get there? Personal trainers will guide you in setting attainable goals within a realistic timeline. This means less frustration and better workouts.
Whether it’s one-on-one attention from a personal trainer, or the encouragement that comes from working out with a group of like-minded individuals; you will stay motivated.
More Efficient Workouts
Personal Trainers can teach you the proper techniques for exercise and weight lifting, making your workouts more efficient. Trainers can set you up with an individualized plan that will save you time and help you reach your peak fitness faster.
8 of the MANY Benefits of Personal Training:
- Helps to increase adherence to an exercise program
- Creates accountability for the client through goal sharing and establishing regular appointments
- Education on program periodization
- Decreases plateauing by providing variety within workouts
- Continual verbal cueing on exercise form
- Accommodates limitations and injuries with vast knowledge of exercise variance
- Safer than solo exercise in the chance of momentary muscle failure
- Challenges client to safely push beyond perceived capabilities
Let us know a little about yourself and your goals to get started with a personal trainer! *First-time client specials available!*
Not quite sure about one-on-one? Or looking to save a little cash/maximize on that buddy system team atmosphere? (Check out this post on why you might want to train with your significant other!) You can get many of the same benefits of personal training from splitting your PT time with a friend, or taking advantage of our many Small Group Training programs.
Elite Sports Clubs offers many group training options to its members which can often be more affordable than individual personal training. Training with a small group provides a more social environment where you are held accountable for your fitness routine, not just by your trainer, but also by your peers. Some group training programs are as small as 3 people, but others may be as large as 12 people. At Elite we want to make sure we provide exactly what our members are looking for, and therefore we are continually developing new group training programs. Check out our Fitness Calendar for available programs and pricing.
This information is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent any disease. All material in this article is provided for educational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition, and before undertaking any diet, exercise, or other health program.