You’ve got some specific goals for your fitness and workouts. You want to get stronger, get fitter, work on body composition, be more comfortable in your own skin, or just feel better and healthier. Personal training is a great way to focus and make time out for an individual, complete focus on your progress. Here are 5 reasons personal training may be the perfect choice for your gym or at home right now:
1. You need schedule flexibility. We work with small-business owners, first responders, shift workers, and many folks who aren’t able to commit to group sessions at specific times. Missed workouts lead to frustration and feeling like you aren’t making a smart investment with your time and money; individually scheduled sessions, however, ensure that we’re coaching you at just the right time for your schedule. You’re not hidebound to classes that start on the half-hour or hour; if we need to, we can do a 1-1 session from 10:15 to 11:15, or be creative with duration. Rescheduling can also be done quickly and easily, and the result is a training routine that fits into your life, not the other way around.
2. You have a very specific or time-limited goal. Right now we have a coach training an athlete who wants to lose weight but wants to work on some strength. Whether it’s sports specific, an upcoming race, a weightlifting meet, or maybe even an upcoming wedding–if you’ve got something unique that you need to get done, personal training ensures the focus and specificity your goal requires.
3. You aren’t ready for larger groups yet post Covid-19. We’re committed to best practices in cleaning, sanitization, and distancing for our group sessions–one of our clients called our setup “unbelievably organized (with) safety protocols taken to the highest level”–but we’re also kind, diligent professionals. We aren’t going to force you into group classes if you are not ready yet. Individual training is a great way to get your feet into the gym at a much, much higher space to athlete ratio, and the individual focus we can provide supercharges efficiency.
4. You’re restarting your workout routine after a layoff or injury. Think about it–when you go to physical therapy after an injury or surgery, you’re seen individually. Your clinician needs to do baseline evaluations, establish a rapport, build trust, and begin to move you through your rehabilitation plan with singular focus. Why should a new workout routine be any different? You’re looking to reclaim old territory or chart some new paths, and an individual relationship with one of our professional coaches is the absolute best way to begin taking those first few steps.
5. You see the higher value that training provides. Many of our athletes can tell us with specificity just how much working out adds to their daily lives. Over the years we’ve heard stories about increased focus at work, more energy at home and with the kids, races won, achievements unlocked, and the simple peace of mind that comes with having emptied yourself into your workout. That last bit is crucial: the clearer thinking and somatic ease that results from a great training session very often pays huge, immediate dividends. While I can’t put a specific price on how much more present with my kids I may feel after an individual workout, for instance, I do know its value is immense.
If one or more of these items makes complete sense to you, it may be the perfect time to try out some personal training. Our coaches are ready to help. All you have to do is reach out to start that conversation. Book a free intro to get started.