WHY IS GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING THE BEST?

Group personal training is simply the best of both worlds. It’s big enough to foster a fun and competitive atmosphere, but small enough to have the quality touch of one-on-one instruction.

Group personal training has been gaining popularity in the fitness community because it’s an inexpensive way for anyone to benefit from a trainer’s expertise while keeping the energy and competitiveness of a group.

This set-up allows a personal trainer to work with more people at once, making quality fitness instruction much more practical and affordable.

Another great reason we recommend group personal training is because of the benefits of exercising in a group.

When people regularly work out in a group, they make friends with people in the group — helping them gel and become regular participants in its activities.

You also get the synergistic effect of motivation coming from both your peers and the instructor. There is simply a lot more energy in a group setting and even a healthy amount of competition. It’s just natural for you to give everything you got if the person next to you is showing an all-out effort — it’s infectious but in a good way!

In a one-on-one session, if you don’t feel like giving it your all, then you don’t. Because even the best trainer can’t motivate an unmotivated person. But in a group environment, motivation is everywhere. And that’s why people tend to give their best. That is also why training in a group delivers faster and more consistent results and at a fraction of the cost of one-to-one personal training.
Why not give it a go?

April 4, 2017
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