Is Personal Training Right for Me?
Personal training is a big investment, so it's important to feel like you made a decision that helps ensure your success. While there are obvious benefits to having a personal trainer, there are some points to consider carefully as well.
Are you a person in good health who is trying to:
lose weight, or
improve your general fitness?
If so, I usually do not recommend personal training for you. Instead, I recommend group classes. The lower cost of the group classes typically means you get more workouts in per week. Working out 3 or 4 times per week in group classes versus 1 or 2 times per week in personal training sessions typically means more success with weight loss and improved fitness.
Are you a person who:
has a health condition that should be monitored during exercise,
is uncomfortable in group settings,
has a major injury/condition that requires careful exercise modifications, or
has depression, anxiety, or another mental health concern that makes being in groups feel overwhelming?
If so, I typically recommend personal training. The one-on-one setting allows your personal trainer to program specifically with your needs in mind.
Note: if you have chronic low back pain/a low back injury, you should consider booking a low back pain appointment prior to commencing training.
If you're still unsure, please reach out and we can discuss your options.
Personal Training Fees
Personal Training with Lindsay
$80 + tax per session
$720 + tax per pack of 10
Semi Private Training with Lindsay
$120 + tax per session
$1,080 +tax per pack of 10
Personal Training with Laura
$70 + tax per session
Personal Training with Jayden
$60 + tax per session