For someone interested in acquiring a personal trainer or coach, we sit down for 20-30 minutes and talk about what you’re trying to achieve, why you’re seeking our personal training services, what you’ve tried in the past, and whether you have any injuries or limitations we need to be aware of.
Within the one-on-one setting, what we really do is take into account an individual’s needs, which differs from the group where it’s more generic. One-on-one personal training is much more specific and specialized. We’re able to walk with you hand-in-hand along the path so you can achieve your goal, perhaps in a shorter amount of time than if you were to do it in other ways.
Some people seek out individual personal training because they want that individual focus, that specific personalized program that gets them where they need to go. Others may feel intimidated about being in larger groups. Perhaps this is your first time trying to get into shape and you don’t feel like you want to deal with a volume of people, whether it’s in a high-volume gym or health club, or group exercise. So personal training provides a much more intimate setting where you work just as hard as you need to in order to achieve your desired goals.