Personal training is much more than detailed instruction on how to be an actual person. Achieve your fitness goals in a one-on-one setting with today's Groupon. You get one of two personal training packages at TBC CrossFit. Choose from the following options:
$30 for six 30-minute one-on-one personal training sessions ($210), an initial diet consultation ($80), and up to two diet follow-ups ($20 each), up to a $330 total value
$45 for 24 one-hour small group personal training sessions ($840), an initial diet consultation ($80), and up to four diet follow-ups ($20 each), up to a $1000 total value
Whichever method you choose, you'll train under the careful tutelege of TBC's experienced trainers. In one-on-one training, your trainer will design a variety of exercises to target different muscle groups, ensuring that you perform the moves properly for maximum benefit and injury prevention. If you pick small group training, you'll get the benefits of individualized attention as well as the sense of shared support from your fellow squat and grunters. Each group is capped at four participants, so you'll never be overwhelmed or neglected. Both training options include an initial diet consultation to determine your cuisine's soft spots and bi-weekly diet follow ups to check for increasing firmness in those areas.
TBC believes in dragons, but also in making exercise a fulfilling, safe, positive experience for all those who partake, no matter their size, strength, or lack of belief in dragons. Depending on your fitness goals, you'll engage in a variety of exercises that build your body's core competencies like balance, strength, power, and stamina. TBC keeps it fresh so you'll never get bored. The studio is spacious enough to accommodate even the most energetic group class, and its stocked with cardio and strength equipment, chin up bars, kettlebells, and free weights to pump up both recovering couchaholics and those who commute to work by upside down pushup hop.
An experienced personal trainer, amateur bodybuilder, and former gymnast, Carrie Carmichael discovered her true calling while helping her fellow cops stay in shape. Her fitness career quickly evolved from part-time personal trainer to entrepreneur in 2008, when she opened her gym. Alongside a team of certified trainers, Carmichael now conditions clients of all fitness levels with a high-intensity style that uses functional movements and short bursts of cardio to whittle and tone bodies. The trainers safely guide students through the nine foundational CrossFit movements: squats, front squats, overhead squats, press, push press, push jerk, deadlifts, medicine-ball clean, and sumo deadlift high pull.
The trainers teach CrossFit classes in levels one and two to ensure that their clients' muscles are not overtaxed. They also shape up little ones during CrossFit kids' classes. When they're not teaching their students to toss around weighted medicine balls or deadlift a beached whale, trainers customize workouts with personal-training and yoga classes, as well as amplify results with USANA nutrition supplements.