Summer is right around the corner, and before long you'll be sharing the sand with beach combers who look like they've just stepped out of the volleyball scene from "Top Gun."
If you'd love to be ripped like Rambo, too, but work and obligations have you feeling like you're trapped behind enemy lines, personal training groups just might be the boost you need.
Group training is an increasingly popular fitness model that offers a fun, flexible, and financially agreeable way to get a vigorous workout.
Here are the top four reasons personal training groups might be the workout you've been wishing for.
- It's economical. Hiring a personal trainer can be costly, albeit worthwhile, prospect. For clients who are unable to afford private sessions, or are simply not interested or in need of the the long term investment, splitting the session costs amongst two to four friends can be a very appealing option.
- It's social. Group settings simply generate more energy. There really is power in numbers. They're also a fantastic way to garner much-needed support as you attempt to improve your health. The emphasis is squarely on camaraderie, but a little bit of good old fashioned competition can also go a long way.
- There's no slacking. When surrounded by others with like-minded goals, people tend to give their all, which ultimately translates into solid results.
- All fitness levels are welcome. Group training is non-discriminatory. Training is accessible to anyone willing to make a commitment and caters to a wide range of ages, from young adults to seniors.
At Fitness Together Ellicott City, personal training group sizes are also kept small, mitigating concerns of diminished contact between client and coach. We offer two styles of personal group training - partner, in which one trainer instructs two clients - and family, which can cater to up to four people.
Don't dread the summer. Storm the beach with a healthier body and lifestyle. For more on the benefits of personal group training and other services, call Fitness Together Ellicott City today at (410) 750-2228.