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Fitness TogetherBurlington
Next to Cambridge Savings Bank
212 Cambridge St
Burlington, MA   01803
p. (781) 273-0093
Email: burlington@fitnesstogether.com
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HOURS OF OPERATION

Monday - Friday
5:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
5:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Sunday
Closed

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Burlington Personal Training

 Schedule your F.I.T. Consultation & Workout now!

As fitness professionals, our personal trainers help clients by motivating them to make exercise a fun part of their lives. Whether it's improving your overall health and wellness, or seeking fitness through strength training, helping you get out of bed without pain, running faster, jumping higher, or learning about your weight management options to reach your fitness goals, we're eager to start you on a journey that will change your life forever.

Here are the areas of fitness we specialize in:

Baby Boomer/Older-Adult Training, High-Intensity Interval and Tabata Training, Small Group or Partner Training, Mixed Martial Arts Inspired Workouts, Boot Camps, Training for Women, Youth Fitness, Strength Training or Body Weight Training - we're ready to guide you in achieving your fitness and health goals.

Our nutrition program, Nutrition Together*, isn't about dieting. It's about giving you the knowledge to change how you eat. Nutrition counseling sessions will cover topics ranging from how to eat light (and enjoy it) to grocery shopping, dining out and changing unhealthy eating behaviors. When you add smart nutrition to regular workouts, you have an unbeatable program for meeting your fitness goals.

Fitness Together has the perfect program to get you the results you want - please call 781.273.0093;or email Fitness Together today and learn more.

Please follow us on our blog for fitness information on cardio, nutrition, strength, success stories, fitness trends as well as fun topics and other ideas.

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