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Small Group Training IN CT

SMALL GROUP FITNESS TRAINING CT

“Engaging in activity to improve performance and/or fitness; this is best accomplished by understanding general sports training principles: overload, reversibility, progression, individualization, periodization, and specificity.” – Kasper, Korey MD

Small Group (private 3-8)

Coach will work with you to create a flexible program tailored to your group’s fitness needs. Options can include but not limited to; couch-to-5K, Strength, Tabata, HIT, Boot Camp, Low Impact, Circuit, Barbell, Yogability, MMA, wrestling, self-defense, Running, obstacle course training.

Our Small Group Training programs offer personalized attention from our certified coaches in a group setting that is both fun and effective. 

Gather your families, friends, and coworkers to create your own small group today!

Private Stretch

Our bodies are constantly evolving and changing, so it’s important to make sure we are taking care of ourselves and our overall mobility. Whether you’ve been stretching the same way since grade school, have “texting” neck, spinal compression, sit all day, have a long commute, or have experienced pain from playing tag with a child or passing the pepper at dinner, it’s important to unlock those tight areas for pain-free movement.

With the right care, we can help you move better and even make you taller! Take the first step towards a healthier, happier you and contact us today.

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All YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SMALL GROUP TRAINING

Small group training is an efficient and effective way for both clients and trainers to get results. Grab some friends and let the work and laughs begin!

What Is Small Group Training?

Small group training is simply the extension of standard, one-on-one personal training to a group of people. Instead of working with one person at a time, you train several clients together.

Size is important in group training. Too many participants and it turns into a workout class. You need few enough people that you can provide individualized attention to each client. Small group training is typically ten or fewer participants.

Working with a group is different from one-on-one training in more ways than the obvious. You cannot provide as much personalized training in a group. Some degree of generalization is necessary. The focus in a group is less on education about personal fitness and more on getting in a regular workout.

Benefits of Training in Small Groups

Small group training is growing in popularity with gym clients, which is why you need to consider it. There are several benefits to the client. The most important benefits are lower costs compared to one-on-one training and more personal attention than exercise classes.

Camaraderie and Motivation

Many people feel more at ease when they are not the sole focus of the trainer’s attention. A group also provides a sense of camaraderie, that everyone is in this together. Social support is a powerful tool for motivation and higher attendance.

Small Group Training is Fun and Versatile

Working with groups is often more fun than standard training. One-on-one sessions often feel more like chores, while a small group training session is social and engaging. The clients usually find it to be more fun, and that rubs off on the trainer.  Working with a group allows you to try different workouts and strategies as you try to meet the needs of each participant.

How it Works

Rally 4—10 friends/family/kids. Contact EAC and we assign a coach for your group. Address groups physical strengths and weakness, likes and dislikes. Coach will design program based upon participant feedback.  Schedule weekly sessions in advance.  Small Group sessions require a 4 or 8-week commitment with a minimum of 4 participants.

SMALL GROUP TRAINING

Small group training is an efficient and effective way for both clients and trainers to get results. Grab some friends and let the work and laughs begin!

What Is Small Group Training?

Small group training is simply the extension of standard, one-on-one personal training to a group of people. Instead of working with one person at a time, you train several clients together.

Size is important in group training. Too many participants and it turns into a workout class. You need few enough people that you can provide individualized attention to each client. Small group training is typically ten or fewer participants.

Working with a group is different from one-on-one training in more ways than the obvious. You cannot provide as much personalized training in a group. Some degree of generalization is necessary. The focus in a group is less on education about personal fitness and more on getting in a regular workout.

Benefits of Training in Small Groups

Small group training is growing in popularity with gym clients, which is why you need to consider it. There are several benefits to the client. The most important benefits are lower costs compared to one-on-one training and more personal attention than exercise classes.

Camaraderie and Motivation

Many people feel more at ease when they are not the sole focus of the trainer’s attention. A group also provides a sense of camaraderie, that everyone is in this together. Social support is a powerful tool for motivation and higher attendance.

Small Group Training is Fun and Versatile

Working with groups is often more fun than standard training. One-on-one sessions often feel more like chores, while a small group training session is social and engaging. The clients usually find it to be more fun, and that rubs off on the trainer.  Working with a group allows you to try different workouts and strategies as you try to meet the needs of each participant.

How it Works

Rally 4—10 friends/family/kids. Contact EAC and we assign a coach for your group. Address groups physical strengths and weakness, likes and dislikes. Coach will design program based upon participant feedback.  Schedule weekly sessions in advance.  Small Group sessions require a 4 or 8-week commitment with a minimum of 4 participants.

Personal Virtual Training

Online personal training in the comfort of your own home, with the same trainer watching your every move. Doesn’t matter where in the world you live. Have no equipment no problem.  Our cues and demonstrations will get you results! Yes, you will have homework!

Personal Training

One on-one training on a short-term or long-term basis. Coach will work with you to determine the best approach that fits you. Together we will discover the right balance of progression and regressions to see results. Our coaches will be encouraging, motivating, and individualize a plan for you. Yes, you will have homework.