Small Group Personal Training


If you like the idea of working out in a group, but are not too keen on the large fitness classes offered by gyms, or if you prefer to work out in a more private setting, small group personal training can be a great option.

What are some of the benefits of small group personal training?

Small group personal training offers many of the same benefits as one on one personal training, semi private personal training and couples personal training, including weight loss and improved health.

Small group personal training can also offer cost benefits. Typically it will be less expensive than private personal training, as the cost will be divided among the various members of the group.

What types of groups work best for small group personal training?

Small group training works well for a small group of friends, or if you and your partner, along with another couple, are looking to get fit and improve your health. Small groups provide extra support, accountability and motivation. Plus, you’ll be working out with others who are equally committed to reaching their fitness goals.

Small groups of 3 to 5 people are good for this type of training. With small group personal training, it’s helpful if all members are at a similar fitness level. This ensures the group is a good match to work together, and that each of you will be able to get the most out of the training sessions with your personal trainer.

How does small group personal training differ from other personal training regimens?

Your personal trainer will create a customized workout plan for the group. Though you won’t get the same degree of individualized attention as you would from one-on-one sessions, small group personal training still allows for you to benefit from working with a personal trainer. Due to the small size of the group, your trainer will still be able to help all of you individually.

With small group personal training, the main focus will be on an overall group fitness plan. Your trainer may devise more team type exercises as part of your regimen.

It’s important that all members of the group speak to the trainer about any health issues they have, injuries and/or previous injuries, or any other concerns, prior to beginning training, so that your personal trainer is aware.

If you like the idea of working out in a small group setting, but the members of your group are at different fitness levels, or if all members want their own customized fitness plans, semi private personal training is another option to explore.

Small group personal training can add extra enjoyment to your workouts. In addition to improving your health and well-being, you’ll have a built-in support system, which can be extremely helpful in achieving your fitness goals.

Are you interested in finding out more about small group personal training in Austin? Contact Invictus Fitness today!

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