If you’re thinking of ways to tone up, build muscle or optimise your fitness, you may be weighing up the pros and cons of personal training vs small group training.
Personal training can be the best option if you are new to fitness training, have an injury or have specific fitness goals. On the other hand, if you’re already familiar with gym training, are injury free and generally want to get into shape, group training can keep you motivated, inspired and energised.
The pros and cons of personal training
Personal training is all about you! Your trainer will tailor a programme for you according to your current level of fitness, specific needs and goals and make sure you achieve those goals.
On the flip side, personal training is more expensive than group training, because you are benefitting from one to one sessions.
The pros and cons of group training
Many people find the dynamics of a small training group energising and motivating. Plus, the competitive nature of a group situation can inspire you to really challenge yourself and reach your goals. Group training is less tough on your wallet and can be a great way to make new friends.
The downside of group training means you won’t get the same hands-on, direct attention you get with one-to-one training but you will still receive personal attention at various points during the sessions.
At Ultimate Fitness, we offer Personal 1:1 training a well as small group training sessions. Why not call us today to discuss the best way you can get in shape and optimise your fitness?