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Free personal training session and consultation available at these participating Fitness Together studios. Complete the form or call us today to start your journey to a healthier you!

At Fitness Together, we produce results from one simple formula: One Client. One Trainer. One Goal.

There's no question you'll get results. Our staff of certified personal trainers will create and implement an effective exercise routine centered around three main components:

  • Resistance training
  • A cardiovascular routine
  • Proper nutrition guidelines

In designing a custom fitness program with a Fitness Together personal trainer, you begin to understand why our clients keep at it long after others have dropped out of their gym. Our personal trainers help you teach your body to function more efficiently and effectively, while avoiding the inconvenience and distractions of a regular gym.

You have your own fitness goals.

  • Lose weight.
  • Lower your blood pressure.
  • Run your first marathon.
  • Improve your golf game.
  • Keep up with your grandchildren.

The possibilities are endless.

At Fitness Together, you'll get a workout designed for you and a certified personal trainer who will push you just hard enough to get the results you've been looking for.

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Des Peres
Fitness Together 13321 Manchester Rd
Des Peres, MO   63131
(314) 909-9565

 
Before

Before

Andrew Cooper

 

     Andrew Cooper is our SuperClient of the Month. Andrew started training with the FT Team in mid July after being referred by his sister. 

 

     When I asked what his life was like prior to starting his health and fitness program, Andrew candidly says, “Life was good. I ate and drank whatever I wanted.” But of course we know there was a bad side to life. “The downside was that I was frequently tired, was often out of breath from doing simple things, and would be sore from any physical activity I would engage in.” That’s a bad side of life. Sure you could eat at Cheeburger-Cheeburger, but then you become a slave to your body. It limits you. In how you feel, how you perform, in how you live. And that’s not only bad, but very sad too.

 

     Andrew would be lying if he said he didn’t miss the crappy food. But who wouldn’t?  “That’s the only thing I miss. After almost three months of working out, I can spend all day working the yard with hardly a break. I’m stronger than I’ve been in years and the biggest surprise was an improvement in balance and coordination.” Andrew has really grabbed the bull by the horns over the last three months. When he started he was hesitant to even focus on the nutrition aspect. So I didn’t push him. But into his first week he was back in my office talking nutrition. And he’s made smart, realistic changes. Nothing crazy. Now when he eats out with his friends he reads the complete menu before deciding on a meal choice. It doesn’t get much simpler than that!

 

     “I find the best part is the people. Always encouraging. Very willing to adopt a workout based on my concerns and feedback. The ease of rescheduling workouts when things come up has been key to my sticking with the program.” Thanks for the compliments Andrew. But give us the good stuff…

 

     “I’ve lost 30 pounds in 3 months.* I’m down a size in the shirts and pants I wear. My improved balance and strength has greatly improved my golf game. I think the improved muscle tone lets me sleep more soundly. The activities that use to leave me huffing and puffing barely get my heart going at all now.”

 

     Awesome Andrew. But what would you say to those that are struggling with results or starting a program? “Be prepared for failures along the way. This is not an easy thing you are doing! When you slip up on your diet or just can’t make yourself do your workout, don’t beat yourself up. Put it out of your mind and start again. Know that it won’t be the last slip up and the last time you start again! If it was worth doing

before a slip up, it’s still worth doing after.”

  

 Great advice! And makes so much sense, doesn’t it?