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HELPING YOU RAISE YOUR BAR

Personal training at the YMCA is about YOU! Our Personal Wellness Coach will help you achieve your wellness goals in a program that fits your needs. If you're having difficulties setting expectations and achieving those, our training coaching team will assist you in delivering results. Your personal training program will emphasize and encourage healthy living as a lifestyle in comparison to a short term solution. Your Personal Wellness Coach will provide nutritional coaching, strength training, cardiovascular improvements, and flexibility exercises. Take your wellness to the next level with our certified coaches supporting you each step of the way!

Achieve Your Goals

 

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Gain strength

Increase endurance

Lose weight

Build power

Improve form

Rehab from injuries

Maximize efficiency

Overcome plateaus

Individual Session Rates

 

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30 Minute Sessions

1 Session

Member: $30; Non-Member: $40

3 Sessions

Member: $85; Non-Member: $105

6 Sessions

Member: $160; Non-Member: $210

12 Sessions

Member: $310; Non-Member: $380

60 Minute Session

1 Session

Member: $60; Non-Member: $70

3 Sessions

Member: $180; Non-Member: $210

6 Sessions

Member: $300; Non-Member: $350

12 Sessions

Member: $580; Non-Member: $720

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Partner Session Rates

 

 

30 Minute Session- Each Partner Pays

1 Session

Member: $25; Non-Member: $35 

3 Sessions

Member: $70; Non-Member: $100

6 Sessions

Member: $155; Non-Member: $195

12 Sessions

Member: $295; Non-Member: $365

60 Minute Session- Each Partner Pays

1 Session

Member: $55; Non-Member: $70

3 Sessions

Member: $160; Non-Member: $210

6 Sessions

Member: $315; Non-Member: $420

12 Sessions

Member: $600; Non-Member: $700

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Is personal training harder than group fitness classes?

No. Personal training is tailored to the individual's body and the goals they want to achieve.

How often should I meet with a personal trainer?

It is suggested to meet a minimum of 3 days per week but sometimes that doesn't work in everyday life. Meeting at least 2 days a week will help you to achieve the best results. 

What should I eat before I exercise?

Some sort of carbohydrate would be best about an hour before your workout. Example: Banana/Apple or rice cake and peanut butter

What exercises can I do to target only one area of dissatisfaction?

You can't spot reduce. No exercise will target fat cells in just one part of the body. You need to target them all via exercise and proper nutrition.

How quickly should I see the results from my training?

Expect to feel the results quicker than you will see them. People who start a new exercise program and are consistent in getting their workouts done typically report improvements in sleep, mood and energy levels within two to three week. 

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Nicolette Hursey is our Lead Personal Trainer/Group Fitness Coordinator.

Email Nicolette