Personal Training Investment
Why should you have a Personal Trainer?
Studies consistently show people have greater success in achieving their health and fitness goals when they work with a personal trainer. Private training allows us to focus strictly on your needs. Every workout will be customized based on YOUR fitness goals.
Initial Consultation: $25 for members, $40 for non-members, or free with a new annual membership.
Initial consult includes: Health History forms, personal goals, facility tour and schedule for follow-up.
Follow Up Consultation: $15 for members $25 for non-members or $10 with punch card purchase.
Follow up Consultation includes: Review of health history forms, 3 day food log, body composition measurement, fitness assessments and schedule for work out sessions.
$18- 1hr session
|Couple (same household)
$20- 1hr session
|Squad (2-5 people not in same household)
$24- 1hr session
|$70- 5 punch card
||$75- 5 punch card ($37.50 per person)
||$110- 5 punch card ($10 off)
|$120- 10 punch card
||$150- 10 punch card
||$220- 10 punch card ($20 off)
|$150- 15 punch card
||$225- 15 punch card
||$330- 15 punch card($30 off)
*Fees are subject to change*
Your personal training session will be one on one with the trainer. The trainer will create a safe and effective exercise program just for you. Your trainer will keep track of your body composition and fitness measures. These data are collected as part of the fitness assessments you’ll do periodically. You will also learn about the equipment in the gym and how to use it.
We believe each client is unique and requires an individualized program centered around three main components:
-Resistance Training: Is the use of resistance to muscular contraction to build the strength, anaerobic endurance and size of skeletal muscles.
-Cardiovascular Exercise: Is exercise designed to work the cardiovascular system, improving lung and heart health.
-Nutrition Counseling: Will help clients set specific nutrition goal.
(Ask about additional nutrition counseling with personal food profile)
Amber has been into fitness since she can remember, running, biking, hiking and playing in sports from basketball, track and softball. She has been certified as a Personal trainer for two years and has recently received her Elite Trainer certification with the International Sports Science Association. Becoming an Elite trainer means she is a certified personal trainer with two specialized certifications. Amber is a specialist in sports nutrition and senior fitness. She is currently working on her Master Trainer Certification which means more specialized certifications. Amber has started this process and is working on corrective exercise now. Amber says, “To me it’s important to continue to learn and grow to become more educated and a better trainer.”