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: for $20, you get two 60-minute personal-training sessions with a Hitch Fit personal trainer (a $120 value). This Groupon can be redeemed at either Hitch Fit Gym or the Gold's Gym in Westport.
Hitch Fit, established by lifelong lifter Micah “Hitch” LaCerte and fitness champion Diana Chaloux, helps burgeoning bench-press beginners meet weight-loss and fitness goals. Trainees spend two 60-minute sessions pumping iron and toning trouble zones as they develop a personalized exercise routine along with one of Hitch Fit's certified fitness gurus. One-on-one attention from experienced muscle molders helps push patrons, encouraging them to keep going when they’d otherwise quit or become distracted by the fragile beauty of a passing hummingbird. Augment exercise with lifestyle tips from Hitch Fit's trainers, who work to help you reach your goals by making healthy mental and dietary choices outside of training sessions. Newly minted workout wunderkinds gain the confidence and knowledge essential to effortlessly plow through any exercise routine or pile of dense Russian novels.
Founded by a husband-and-wife duo made up of a WBFF Pro Fitness model and a ACE/AFAA/FPI-certified personal trainer, the Hitch Fit training regimen transforms students' physiques and overall well-being. The complete in-studio or online program runs 12–16 weeks and focuses not only on exercise but also helps patrons to draft custom diets and eliminate negative lifestyle influences, such as guzzling milkshakes with a band of rebellious teens at the soda shop.
The workout portion of each private visit involves 60 minutes split into aerobic routines and anaerobic weightlifting. Trainers customize each program to accommodate personal goals such as weight loss, muscle building, or shaping up following a pregnancy. Meal plans are customizable as well and account for dietary concerns such as food allergies and a crippling fear of pineapples.