One of the top reasons people don’t exercise is they want to avoid crowded exercise classes where they feel left behind as everyone around them seems to “get” the choreographed moves the instructor is calling for.
For many people, small group and personal training sessions are a better form of exercise classes. Even if you don’t particularly mind the larger sessions, you may find working one-on-one or in a less crowded setting more enjoyable from time to time.
Whether you’re an exercise vet or a newcomer who needs some help getting started on a healthier routine, a personal trainer or small group exercise class can help you get and stay motivated while meeting your personal fitness goals.
The YMCA of Southern Nevada offers both small group training and personal training sessions as part of our health and wellness program.
As opposed to traditional personal training, small group training typically involves a trainer working with a group of four to 10 members. Some may be slightly larger, but a smaller group ensures the trainer can give proper attention to each participant’s needs.
When you belong to an exercise group, it also connects you with others who share similar traits and goals, making it easier to establish workout relationships and friendships to keep you motivated. Other benefits include:
Do you fear working one-on-one with a trainer who pushes you to near collapse? That frightening vision couldn’t be further from the truth of what personal training sessions are all about. Working with a personal training has a ton of benefits, including: