Small Group Training

Get the Best Bang for Your Buck with Small Group Training

Small Group Training offers the best of both Group Exercise and Personal Training. It provides both social interactions with peers and the attention of a Personal Trainer. You will have a reserved spot for every session. With class sizes of 10 to 16, the trainer will be able to directly help you progress.

If you work out, or if you talk to people who work out, you should be familiar with high-intensity interval training. You probably associate it with sweating, panting, and burpeeslots of burpees. Beyond those basics, you know that it’s intense, you do a variety of moves in intervals, and it’s training. The name says it all, right?

Well, actually it doesn’t. There’s a lot more to high-intensity interval training (hereafter referred to as HIIT) than its name alone suggests. In fact, HIIT refers to a very specific and particular type of training, and it’s possible to do interval training, or high-intensity training, without actually doing a real HIIT workout. There’s also a lot of misinformation about HIIT out there that might lead you to believe that you’re going to get the shredded results you want without putting in the necessary work. The truth is that HIIT can be an incredibly effective way to work out and see the body composition and fitness results you want, but you need to do it right. Good news: We’re going to help you read between the letters. Here, fitness pros share the must-know HIIT facts so you can torch calories, burn fat, and build muscle effectively.

To get better balance, power, and agility, kickboxing is king among workouts. Experts who have studied the sport say nearly everyone—even older people who might shy away from such things—can benefit from throwing a punch.

Unlike most other types of exercise, kickboxing emphasizes powerful movements. Power is different from strength, and for older adults, it’s an even better predictor of mobility and their risk for falls, says Kurt Jackson, an associate professor of neurology and rehab science at the University of Dayton in Ohio. “Pure strength is what a weightlifter uses, but producing power is about both force and speed,” he says.

Reach a higher level of athleticism with Functional Training for Sports! Functional training is a complete system of athletic development that focuses on training the body the way it will be used in competition, making it the most efficient and effective form of training today.

Reach a higher level of athleticism with Functional Training for Sports! Functional training is a complete system of athletic development that focuses on training the body the way it will be used in competition, making it the most efficient and effective form of training today.

  • Battle ropes can provide a high-intensity, whole-body workout that gets your muscles moving in new ways
  • A 10-minute bout of rope training resulted in high heart rates and energy expenditure that would increase cardiorespiratory fitness
  • Battle rope workouts work the muscles in your upper body, abs, back, and glutes, and you can incorporate movements, such as jumps, lunges, and squats, that work your legs, too

Benefits to Small Group Training

Finding the right Fitness Program is key to weight loss and a healthier you. Here are the top 10 benefits of small group training, come find more benefits when you try your first class for free!

  1. More personal attention – While Group Exercise offers many benefits, the instructors are not always able to see and correct each individual class member.
  2. More economical – Personal Training provides the most personal attention and greatest opportunity to succeed. Some people, however, may find that SGT fits into their budget better and still gives them the attention they need.
  3. Variety – By working with a knowledgeable fitness professional, your workouts will change/evolve as you progress, preventing hitting a plateau and boredom.
  4. Camaraderie – Let’s face it, workouts love company. Sharing the workout enhances the experience for participants.
  5. Motivation – Having someone exercising right beside you can push you a little harder than you might do on your own.
  6. Support – Both the Trainer and other participants are there to help you get through the challenges of the workout and the obstacles in life.
  7. Greater focus – There’s no time to let your mind wander with a Trainer keeping tight programming and watching your every move.
  8. Fun – Yes, fun. The right exercise program done with friends can definitely be fun.
  9. Adherence – Research shows that members that are involved in programs are more likely stick with it. With all of the previously listed benefits, how could you not want to keep coming back?
  10. Results – When you stick with a well constructed program, you will get the results.