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Personal Trainers in Cincinnati

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Smashing your fitness goals is way easier when you have someone to push you towards success. Reserve sessions with a personal trainer in Cincinnati and you’ll have all the expertise and support you need to tone up and get fit. Whether you want to drop a few pounds or tone up that beach-ready physique, do it for less by browsing our range of deals and save up to 70% on personal training sessions across the Queen City.


 

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$77 for $220 Worth of Services — Endorphins Fitness
65% Off Services
Fair Oaks Lane, Cincinnati2.3 mi
$220.00 $77.00
65% discount_off
$220 Worth of Services
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$28 for $50 voucher — Michele Miller
44% Off Personal Trainer
1715 Centerridge Ave, Cincinnati6.8 mi
$50.00 $28.00
44% discount_off
$50 voucher
1 bought
$101 for Four 30-Minute One-on-One Personal-Training Sessions at Next Level Fitness ($200 Value)
50% Off 30-Minute Personal-Training Sessions
700 Eastgate South Dr, Cincinnati10.9 mi
$200.00 $101.00
50% discount_off
Four 30-minute one-on-one personal training sessions
3 bought
Six 30-Minute or 1-Hour Group Personal Training Sessions at Fitness 1o1 (Up to 52% Off)
Up to 52% Off Group Personal Training Sessions at Fitness 1o1
6752 Cincinnati Dayton Road, Liberty Township, Butler County15.7 mi
4.7
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24 ratings
$89.00 $42.50
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Six 30-Minute Personal Training Sessions
$20 for $99 Worth of Services — Total Body Construction (TBC)
80% Off Services
322 West Crescentville Road, Springdale9.8 mi
$99.00 $20.00
80% discount_off
$99 Worth of Services
2 bought
$10 for Access to Unlimited TV Classes for One Month from Body Alive ($30 Value)
67% Off Unlimited TV Fitness Classes from Body Alive
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4.9
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134 ratings
$30.00 $10.00
67% discount_off
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$10 for One-Year Premium Membership at Get Healthy U TV ($79 Value)
87% Off One-Year Premium Membership at Get Healthy U TV
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$79.00 $10.00
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Up to 56% Off on Personalized Fitness Program at T3 Fitness and Training
Up to 56% Off on Personalized Fitness Program at T3 Fitness and Training
4794 Factory Drive, Fairfield13.5 mi
4.9
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297 ratings
$50.00 $25.00
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Two Weeks of Unlimited Bootcamp
$9 for Access to Unlimited TV Classes for One Month from Body Alive ($30 Value)
70% Off Unlimited TV Fitness Classes from Body Alive
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$30.00 $10.00$9.00
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Access to Unlimited TV Classes for One Month

Personal Trainer in Cincinnati Reviews

Alexandria worked me through proper technique and form before taking any classes. Her priority is safety and focusing on individual goals. I am on my way!

Dimond's Self Defence & Fitness

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Hard Core Fitness is AMAZING! I would recommend it to EVERYONE!

Hard Core Fitness, LLC

Really enjoy the smaller gym feel. Would highly recommend Robert as a personal trainer. Takes the time to get to know you but pushes you to work hard.

650 Fitness


 

Affordable Personal Trainers in Cincinnati: Frequently Asked Questions

With our deals you can find the best personal trainers in Cincinnati – and set off on your fitness journey for less. But before you make a reservation, you probably have a few questions, so check out our FAQs below. For further information on how to redeem our coupons, read the handy Groupon Manual.

How do you find a personal trainer?

The best place to find a personal trainer used to be your local gym. However, there are plenty of independent personal trainers who lead fitness classes and provide workout advice remotely – and increasingly online.

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To find the ideal PT for you, consider:

  • Location – are they based somewhere you can get to easily?
  • Cost – are their personal training sessions affordable?
  • Expertise – what do they specialize in? If you want to bulk up and get those gains, you don't want a personal trainer who focuses on how to lose weight.
  • Qualifications – do they have the correct qualifications and can they provide evidence of this?
  • Personality – do you like them and do they motivate you?

Is it worth hiring a personal trainer in Cincinnati?

For beginners or experienced gym-goers alike, it can be hugely beneficial to hire a PT to get the most out of your workouts. Personal trainers help you set goals, diet plans, and see that you're on track to get fitter in the way that you want.

Personal trainers:

  • Provide a personalized approach to your fitness
  • Advise over nutrition and set diet plans
  • Motivate you to achieve your fitness goals
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Some of our customers' favorite personal trainers in Cincinnati include:

How much does a personal trainer cost in Cincinnati?

On average, a personal trainer in Cincinnati will cost anywhere between $35 and $90 per hour. To reap the rewards of all your hard work, you should arrange a few sessions every month so you can get the most out of any fitness plan.

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The price you pay varies depending on:

  • Where your trainer is based
  • How much expertise they have
  • How long your sessions will last
  • Whether you've paid for a series of sessions or one-offs

With Groupon, you can save money and get the very best personal trainers Cincinnati has to offer by browsing our range of fitness deals.

How long should a PT session last?

Personal training sessions can last anywhere from half an hour to two hours or more. Most sessions will last one hour, depending on your fitness goals. For example, if you're hoping to burn off fat – a half-hour HIIT session may be enough of a workout when done a few times per week.

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If you're building muscle, then an hour's session – complete with a warm-up and cool down – is a good length of time to consider. Of course, it also depends on your schedule, and personal trainers will try to work around you to ensure you get the workout you need in a time frame that suits you.


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