Group Training

Let’s first make it clear what this program is. Group Training is NOT “Boot Camp” where the trainer yells at you “TEN MORE!” or “MAN UP!” while you do random exercises that are most likely way too hard for most people in the class.

It is NOT a Group Fitness class either where the same workout is memorized and repeated every time you come, where no new stimulus is introduced and your body reaches a plateau. Those classes are so repetitive that overuse injuries are common and results are limited.

Group Training IS a systematic, periodized program designed for 4-10 participants that incorporates all aspects of exercise and is flexible for groups of people with multiple skill sets and goals.  You will get results!  Group Training is set up to be a 12 week program, with a rotating focus on either core and stabilization, strength, and metabolic conditioning.

Do you have a group of friends who want to get together and workout?  Decide on what days and a time to meet (before work, lunch break, after work).  We can come to you at your workplace, your home, or a local park.

Right now, we are working with a few schools, training teachers and staff after school.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Who is Group Training meant for?

Men and women, young and old who are capable of doing most exercises and do not need medical clearance to exercise. If you have orthopedic issues or need more one-on-one attention, you should start with Mobile Personal Training or Studio Personal Training You don’t need to be in great shape to join us, exercises are done for a set time period (i.e. 30 seconds) so you set your pace.

What should I wear to class?

Wear comfortable athletic wear and cross-training shoes with proper support.

What should I bring?

You should bring a water bottle, an exercise mat and towel (you will sweat a lot!)

What do you do for weather (outdoor location)?

In the case of inclement weather, we will make a judgement call the night before and send out an email or text. We don’t want anyone working out or driving in dangerous conditions.

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