A trainer yelling encouragement can help you run faster, like wearing a new pair of sneakers or being chased by a man made of knives. Get moving with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $79 for three 60-minute personal-training sessions (up to a $240 value)
- $129 for five 60-minute personal-training sessions (up to a $400 value)
- $69 for two 60-minute personal-training sessions for two (up to a $160 value)
- $49 for one month of e-training (up to a $100 value)
During private one-on-one Focus training sessions, instructors provide workout guidance that suits the client’s experience level. The sessions could teach them fundamental exercise knowledge, or give them tips on how to vary their routine and overcome plateaus. Split-Focus training for two introduces friendly competition to the mix, encouraging partners to motivate one another as they burn calories and tone muscle. Alternately, a month of E-training includes weekly workouts, nutritional guidance, and video consultations (over Skype or FaceTime) about your goals, all delivered online.
While he was earning his degree in architecture, Caleb D. Howard hoped to build stunning structures that had a positive impact on passersby. As a certified personal trainer, his goal remains the same—he's simply sculpting bodies, not buildings. And, like any good architect, he isn't just concerned with outer appearances. He and his team take a holistic approach to exercise, focusing on strengthening their clients' muscles as well as their mental and spiritual resolve.
To that end, trainers might meet with clients for one-on-one Focus sessions, which are geared toward different levels of exercise experience from "novice" to "seasoned." These customizable routines can be adjusted to target a range of goals, such as mastering the sit-up to applauding at the top of each push-up. Split-Focus sessions divide the trainer's attention between two people, and friendly competition helps fuel these workouts. They also provide group power circuit classes that combine muscle-toning and cardio drills. Those who can't make it to the gym can sign up for online E-training, and follow weekly workouts and nutrition plans that present opportunities to make wholesome lifestyle changes.