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Since 2002, Professional Fitness has provided quality personal training services to tens of thousands of clients at some of the largest health clubs in over 20 markets across the country. Our team has over 100 years combined experience in the health, fitness, and personal training industries.
YOUR FITNESS IS OUR TRAINER'S GOAL
Through a commitment to organizational excellence and a principled approach to business, Professional Fitness seeks continual improvement as the premiere personal training company in the United States by helping clients realize their fitness goals, helping employees realize their career goals, and helping health club operators maximize the value of their membership through the level of professionalism and service we provide.
Our trainers uphold the following Professional Fitness values: EMPATHY, HONESTY, DEPENDABILITY, RESPECT, and CONSISTENCY.
The FITT Principle: Where your new body begins!
The human body adapts to exercise very quickly, so giving the body the same workout over and over won’t work very well at all. In order to drastically improve your physique, your weight training, cardio, and nutrition must change. If we do the same workouts over and over, we hit the dreaded plateau and our progress stops. Your trainer’s job is to get you results that last, and that means utilizing the FITT principle.
F – Frequency
Your workout should be dynamic, adjusting how many times per week or per month you exercise. Your trainer will know when to change this based on your strength levels and overall progress. We recommend training 2 to 5 times per week, depending on your experience, exercise tolerance, muscle fiber type, and the quality of your nutrition.
I – Intensity
Intensity refers to the percentage of one rep max you are lifting. Additionally, it is how ‘hard’ a workout is, or what trainers might call “perceived exertion.” Your trainer will constantly change both facets of intensity. Some workouts will be easier than others, some will be lighter, heavier, etc.
T – Time
Time can refer to many variables in exercise. Most of our clients weight train for about 30 minutes followed by cardio for maximum fat burn. Some workouts may be a few minutes shorter to allow for more recovery. Your trainer may compress more work in the same time, thus increasing what’s called the density of a workout. These changes regarding time allow you to progress and improve, while avoiding stagnation.
T – Type
The most effective way to build muscle is with free weights. Your trainer will know numerous free weight exercises to help you build your best body. The type of cardio will also vary: one day it might be a treadmill, the next time a stepper, then an elliptical. Plus, the types of foods on your nutrition plan will change: at times you may need more protein, or a slight increase of healthy fats. Your trainer will guide you through this process, always modifying your program so that you continue to progress.
- - EASY START -
- Two sessions a month
- 24 total sessions
- - GET FIT NOW -
- One session a week
- 48 total sessions
- - STRENGTH & ENERGY -
- Two sessions a week
- 72 total sessions
- - YOUR BEST SHAPE -
- Three sessions a week
- 144 total sessions