Mobile Personal Training

We help busy people get and stay fit. Whether you are a doctor, lawyer, C-something-O, or a stay-at-home parent, we can help coach you towards your goals. Your time is valuable, and making it to the gym isn’t always an option. We bring the workout to you at your home or office with mobile personal training.

Here’s how it works:

  • Schedule your free consultation and we will meet at your house or office.
  • Fill out your intake forms ahead of time and email them back to me.
  • Together, we will discuss your goals, health history, exercise history, your current nutrition and lifestyle habits, do movement screens and assessments, measurements, and together come up with a plan that works for you.

Call or Text Richard at 314-805-2050 or email richard@onthegofitness.net to set up your initial consultation.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do I need any equipment?

No, we bring all the equipment necessary to your workout.  We have adjustable dumbbells from 5 lbs to 90 lbs, a travel bench, medicine balls, kettlebells, resistance bands, battle ropes, TRX, and much more. If you have a home gym, we’ll incorporate that into your workout and homework workouts. This is not dancing around with tiny pink dumbbells. If you want that, call someone else 🙂

What is the cancellation policy for my sessions?

I need 24 hrs notice if you need to change your time or day that you are training. If I do not get enough notice, I reserve the right to charge you at the rate of one session. You can avoid being charged if we can reschedule that week at a mutually agreed upon time. I do this for two reasons, it is another form of accountability and I need to make a living.

How much is it to have my consultation?

Consultations are free!

How much is it to train?

Individual training sessions are $75 per hour. I have different pricing for 2-on-1 training as well. If you live a little outside of my travel area, I reserve the right to charge more.

How far are you willing to travel?

I travel along Highways 40/64 and 364 between Lake St. Louis, Chesterfield, Town and Country, Wildwood, O’Fallon, Defiance, and St. Charles.

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