Personal Training is an exercise prescription which when administered properly, provides several key benefits to a person’s well-being such as; weight loss, muscle gain, increased flexibility, strength, balance, agility, coordination development, improved stamina, proper form, superior heart performance upon other characteristics.
Private/ Individual sessions are great for beginner, intermediate or advanced men, women, seniors or youth persons of ages 13yrs or older. Working with Ryan individually creates a knowledge filled atmosphere allowing you as the client to benefit directly from him, addressing any questions, comments or concerns you may have regarding your specialized program.
Your trainer will demonstrate proper exercise form, technique and movement, effective breathing patterns and beneficial cardiopulmonary training. Each client is professionally assessed by determining body fat percentage, nutritional ratios, BMI, BMR , Blood pressure 1x/week and daily water intake levels, of which will create an effective customized meal plan. Menus are adjusted through the duration of the program.
Group Sessions: (Maximum of 8qty/group.)
Interested in hiring a personal trainer, but concerned about the cost of one-on-one training? Sharing the sessions and the cost with others is a growing trend. Small group personal training can help you reach your fitness goals without breaking your budget. You’re invited to discover what so many Garage Muscle clients already know.
One-on-one personal training fees range from $40-$100 per hour, sometimes more, based on the region and the trainer’s education, certifications, experience, and skills. In contrast, group personal training is usually offered at a much lower hourly rate, depending on the number of participants. In a small group of five, for example, each person might pay $15–20 for an hourly session. Most trainers offer advanced purchase packaging, which helps maximize savings and commitment.
Most groups are formed according to fitness levels and such goals as weight loss and postpartum fitness, for example, so you’ll exercise alongside others who share your goals and interests. When you train with a small group, you’ll receive a level of social support you won’t get by working out alone or in a solo personal training session.
Many people prefer working out with a small group. It can be much more fun and motivating than exercising alone. Your group members will cheer you on, inspire you and encourage you to stick with the program. And because you’ve all gone through the trouble of coordinating your schedules, they’ll expect you to show up.
Sharing a personal training session means your trainer won’t be able to give you the one-on-one attention you can expect in an individual session. That may or may not matter to you, depending on your goals, the trainer, and the size of the group. Also, your trainer won’t be able to modify your workout every session, so you may not progress as fast as you would with one-on-one training. Some people prefer individual attention, and others prefer the camaraderie and encouragement they get from exercising with other people. Keep in mind that scheduling for small group personal training sessions is often less flexible than for individual sessions, because the needs of three or more people, including the trainer must be considered.
If what you’re doing right now isn’t working, it’s time to take a different approach. Small group personal training can give you the accountability, group support, and professional expertise you need to take your fitness to the next level while keeping expenses down. If you don’t like it, talk with your trainer to determine if one-on-one training or a different group would be a better fit.
Each client will have a fitness assessment completed as the first session of his/her Personal Training Package.