5 Reasons To Try Small Group Training
Whether you're new to exercise and not sure where to start, or a seasoned gym-goer who needs an extra boost of motivation - working with a personal trainer is a great way to accelerate your results.But if you think you can't afford a PT, think again. Small group training is the latest fitness industry buzzword and it's making the personal training experience more accessible and affordable.
Goodlife Health Clubs Head of Fitness Lance Williams said while one-on-one personal training was a worthwhile investment in your long-term health and fitness, small group training provides the opportunity to share the cost but still reap the benefits of having a PT."We recently introduced small group training for members who were looking for a budget-friendly way to take their training to the next level," he said.
"Small group training offers the chance to try the latest fitness trends and follow a program designed by a qualified PT, with up to eight other like-minded gym buddies there to motivate and support you.
"The best part is you will never get bored - we believe variety is the key if you want to see jaw-dropping results, so no two sessions are ever the same."
According to research, only two per cent of people working out achieve the results they desire without a personal trainer. If that still doesn't convince you, then check out five more reasons to give small group training a try - stat!
- Cost-effective: Small group training allows you to share the cost and experience personal training at a fraction of the normal price.
- Personalised: You get the benefits of one-on-one training in a supportive team environment, including an exercise program tailored to your fitness level.
- Variety: No two sessions will ever be the same. There will be progression in every session so you'll keep seeing results and never plateau.
- Capped class sizes: Each small group training session has between just three and eight people to ensure that you get quality time with your personal trainer.
- Strength in numbers: Working out alongside other people on the same health and fitness journey provides the additional support, motivation and inspiration you need to achieve your goals.
Goodlife Health Clubs is currently offering members the chance to trial small group training with three sessions for just $39. Reserve your spot on the team by visiting www.goodlife.com.au/sgt.