Do you thrive in a group environment? If so,a group training session might be the most effective way for you to reach your fitness goals.
Our team at the Great Lakes Athletic Club offers group training sessions to help you get the most from your workout in a fun, challenging, and team-based setting.
Think of our trainers as your group’s coach. We’re here to help you set, track, and reach your goals. We’ll provide instruction and feedback to make sure you are making the most of your workout time.
When you work out as a team, you can rely on, cheer on, and lean on your partners. Research has shown that those who workout with others are more likely to stick to their fitness plans. When you have a supportive team to work alongside, your goals become more attainable.
Working out doesn’t have to be a lonely, stressful ordeal. The team dynamic of a group training session can make your workout fun and engaging. Group training sessions are ideal for those who feel a little self-conscious or nervous about a one-on-one training session with a personal trainer. It’s a terrific way to get started with your fitness plan, or to tone and sculpt your muscles.
We’re excited to announce a whole new way to workout as a group: PiYo by Beach Body.
PiYo doesn’t require any weights or jumps. Instead, you’ll start seeing results thanks to a combination of Pilates and yoga. This is an excellent low-impact program for those looking to burn fat and define your muscles. PiYo is ideal for groups. In fact, group PiYo workouts are an enjoyable, challenging, and proven way to get fast results. If you are ready to push yourself and sculpt your body by strengthening and stretching your muscles, join our PiYo group training session.
No matter what your group training session includes, you will benefit from the unparalleled motivation that comes from a group setting.
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Ready to make some “real” positive changes for your health? Start looking and feeling better today, please call or submit a contact request to schedule a free tour of Great Lakes Athletic Club.