Small group training is a great way to reap the expertise and benefits of personal training while enjoying all that the gym has to offer!
- It’s cost effective
- It brings people together with similar interests and goals
- It Allows you to work harder than if you were on your own
- Bonds between clients are formed that provide support, motivation and accountability
- It maintains the quality and safety of
- It’s a dynamic varied workout that is challenging while allowing each individual to work at their own pace
- It’s positive, full of energy,social, friendly and fun
- You gain strength, better health, balance, and new friends
There are a wide variety of different ways to encourage you to maintain your training regimen, but a small group training plan is one of the best. Whether you're
Fortunately, a small group can help you to track your progress, maintain your efforts toward your ultimate goals, and have a lot more fun as you train than you would if you exercised by yourself.
Small Groups for Motivation
Most people find that it's much easier to stay motivated if you do it with other people and not just by yourself. If you're interested in getting in better shape, find a group of three to five other friends who are interested in achieving similar goals. You do not need to be approaching
Small Groups for Support
When you've entered into a difficult stage of your exercise program, having people there alongside you to share in your experience and encourage you along the way is oftentimes the difference between a successful exercise plan and one that tends to fizzle out over time. Share in your challenges and your successes with your fellow group members, and be supportive of their efforts as well.
Small Groups for Fun
Most anyone will agree that exercising alone can become boring and tedious. When your exercising is boring or tedious, you're that much more likely to give it up before you have had the chance to reap the full benefit of the training program. To keep yourself going, make use of your fellow group members. For instance, try enrolling in a cardiovascular class at a local gym together. Alternately, you can work out at the same time each day. Having other people to talk to and share experiences with while you work out can help you to have a good time while you exercise.
Small group reward systems can be much better than standard reward systems as well. Many people set up a reward system for themselves that is difficult to maintain or detrimental to their goals. With a small group, however, you can provide an incentive for maintaining your end of the exercise bargain; if one person doesn't complete his obligation to exercise, the entire group will suffer and won't receive a reward. This helps to keep people in check and encourages all group members to look out for one another while simultaneously maintaining a sense of personal responsibility.