Investing in yourself is healthy but sometimes hard. Really hard.
Let’s be honest. “Getting serious” sometimes isn’t enough. Maybe you’ve tried everything, tried the gimmicks and are tired of being stuck.
Maybe you’re just getting started. Our trainers can help you with the heavy lifting.
Who can benefit? Anyone who is open to new experiences and growth.
There is no cookie-cutter method to every person and each will get something different out of their experience. Hire a trainer for a few sessions for a tune up or meet regularly for that mission you are wanting to accomplish.
Are you a seasoned athlete who needs tweaking on your program to get you to the next competitive level? Regular meetings with a trainer can help.
Are you a recreational lifter who has discovered that you have developed some bad technical habits over the years? It might be good to meet with a trainer for a few sessions to get a new set of eyes.
Are you looking to finally get a handle on your fitness and get all the support needed to stay the course? Group training with our LIV Coaching membership would be a good idea.
Are you brand new to the gym and are simply beside yourself on how to get started? Meeting with a trainer for a few sessions in the beginning would be a sound investment.
First, do 100 burpees, then run 2 marathons and then deadlift 900 lbs. Just kidding.
Anyone with an imagination can create a punishing workout that can be showcased on your Instagram. But that’s short sighted. Yes, it might ‘look cool’ in the moment and you can tell your friends you’re a ‘bad ass’, but the limping in pain afterward won’t make you look like a hot shot. Getting sore, or even worse, injured, will not get you to the place you want to be.
Workouts will be challenging without being abusive. Our trainers know what it’s like to be in your shoes. They listen. They meet you at your level.
Our trainers see the big picture. They help you level up on a schedule that makes sense and actually works so you will be getting fit and then staying fit for a lifetime.
Ok, so this is a really good question. Sorry to be vague, but the answer isn’t black and white; it’s contextual.
People who decide on training based on price almost always are making a mistake (and the irony is that they get no value for their money). That is not to say that price isn’t important, but it shouldn’t be the deciding factor.
Training is personal and knowing who you are going to work with and back you up when things get hard is way more important.
Things to think about:
- What kind of goals do you want to achieve?
- Do you want to work with someone with more enthusiasm or someone more low key?
- What are your current limitations and level of experience?
Training can also take on a variety of schedules, depending on your needs, goals and level of self-motivation. You may opt to meet with a trainer once a week or three times a week.
You may opt to train one-on-one or within a small group setting.
One on one training is typically $65 per hour and $40 per 30 minute session..
To better understand what will work best with you we can have an open discussion about what you’re looking for. No pressure. No upsell. No long term contract. No cheesey quick-fix sales pitch. Just open conversation to see what works best for you in the most affordable way.
Ready to get off the sidelines? Give us a shout!