small_group_fitness_trainingWhether your fitness goals are to run a 5k, to lose weight, or to complete in a triathlon, the most important aspect to achieving those fitness goals is consistency. Small group fitness training is a smart choice for people looking to reach a fitness goal, to stay healthy, to keep moving and to have fun doing it.

The benefits of working out in small groups are many. From surrounding yourself with people who are reaching similar goals, to a structured routine with a professional who can monitor your form, to consistently showing up, here are 5 ways small group fitness training can help you to achieve your fitness goals:

1. Motivation

Training with a small group (typically up to 8 people) has the benefit of creating camaraderie, support, and accountability with your fellow trainees. In small group environments, maintaining consistent workouts and pushing yourself to achieve your goals comes naturally. Another benefit? Some people don’t want to work with a personal trainer because they’re intimidated by the one-on-one experience. With a small group, you can still receive help from a professional without the stress of the individual focus.

2. Access to a personal trainer

Your personal trainer will plan safe and effective workouts that will allow you to work hard and go home without the need to plan your time at the gym in advance. You will also be introduced to new and challenging exercises with an experienced professional to monitor your form and technique. Have you ever felt shy or intimidated using new equipment at your gym? In small group fitness classes, you will learn how to properly use equipment that you’ve veered away from in the past out of fear of embarrassment.

3. Fun

Exposure to a fun and social environment is why many people prefer group training to a lone gym session. The variety of exercises you undertake and the camaraderie between your fellow classmates makes going to the gym something you can look forward to.

4. Accountability

Just like personal training, group training sessions hold you accountable for showing up and giving it your all. That sense of accountability you feel is what will prevent you from hitting the snooze button in the morning. Members that are involved in group programs are more likely to stick with them.

5. More economical

Small group fitness training combines personal attention from a trainer without breaking the bank.

So if you are looking to reach a fitness goal or want to continue to stay on a healthy track, check out our small group fitness training classes. Learn proper technique, get results, and have a blast doing it!