Personal Trainer • Public Speaker • Author • Educator • Cancer Recovery & Osteoporosis Expert
Hate to Exercise?
August 15, 2014
Try small group personal training. Group classes are fun, motivating, social, and cost effective. Some of my clients “hated” any type of physical activity and were motivated to exercise by the friendships that they developed in the class. Now, they actually look forward to attending their sessions due to the group format. In our impersonal world of social media, texts, and emails, the social aspect of exercise cannot be overlooked. For some, it is the only part of their day where there is a human connection.
The social aspect of group fitness can help you maintain a fitness routine. Find a group that you like to exercise with. This will enable you to stick with it and ultimately increase your physical activity level and improve your health.
A small group exercise class can also be also educational. It enables me to keep everyone up to date on the latest research on health and fitness. In some cases, they can also act a support group. A fun, small group exercise class can transform a participant from couch potato to fitness enthusiast. Contact me at email@example.com for a current schedule or to set up individual session in my studio or at your home.