Innovative Health & Fitness offers Small Group Training that is unlimited and month-to-month (no contracts!) for just $39.95/mo. Each 45-minute class offers individualized instruction and correction; modified movements as needed; no more than 12 participants per class and enough variety to keep you interested. It’s like partner training, but more cost effective.
Cost of the program is just $39.95/month. Get unlimited access to every session offered – we currently offer eight classes each week and you can participate in every single one. There are no contracts, so you can cancel at any time with a written 30-day notice. The more you attend, the more you save – sessions could end up being as low as $1.50 each time you attend!
Check-in for the small group training session you’d like to attend via the kiosk near the front desk no more than two hours prior to session start.
Each 45-minute sessions will be in the small group format – you’ll never be in a session with more than 12 total people. You’ll get individualized advice; one-on-one instruction; personalized modifications and corrections; and you’ll be super motivated!
Classes highlighted in red mean they are being “flagged” for possible cancellation unless attendance increases. If you attend one of these classes regularly, be sure to encourage other participants to attend with you. If classes end up getting cancelled, they will be replaced with a different option that may also be a different day or time.
Small Group Personal Training sessions will not be held on major holidays when our club hours are affected. See club hours here.
6:00 p.m. Boot Camp with Avery in the Training Studio
9:30 a.m. Boot Camp with Avery in the Training Studio
6:30 p.m. TRX & More with Heather in the Training Studio
9:30 a.m. TRX & More with Tiffany in the Training Studio
6:30 p.m. Total Body Circuit with Luke in the Training Studio
9:30 a.m. Overall Fitness with Tiffany in the Training Studio
9:30 a.m. Total Body Circuit with Luke in the Training Studio
8:00 a.m. Boot Camp with Avery in the Training Studio
“Small Group Training is beneficial because you get help trying new workouts TRX, Pound, etc. in a smaller setting. More individualized so it’s not as threatening as large group classes but less expensive than personal training. I would highly recommend it.” – Pat
“I love small group training because the instructors are able to get feedback from the group week to week and customize the training to members’ abilities and requests. Instructors are able to be creative so every week is a little different and challenging. Small group training increases your accountability. It’s a small enough group of people who will notice when you’re not there. Knowing there’s a little extra money on the line also means it’s harder to make excuses not to go. I feel there is a more supportive environment in a smaller group – we definitely notice each other’s progress and celebrate our accomplishments.”
“Small groups push you harder than you would push yourself. The instructors help and teach you to do the exercises correctly so you don’t injure yourself. They also teach you how to do different exercises that engage multiple muscle groups at one time. The instructors are motivating and the sessions are a good diversion from the “same old” stuff you do at the gym.”
I joined Small Group Training because I had club cash to use and I’m glad I joined because I love the class!
“I like our small group because we got to know the other people in the group and became friends. It made the time fly by as we chatted while working out. We occasionally discussed problems and got helpful feedback from the others.”
“The trainers are awesome and classes are great.” Bo M.
“Small group sessions are great for those who need encouragement and motivation from others to get into and continue an exercise program. Also there’s opportunity to ask questions of the instructor – not quite one-on-one attention, but the next best thing to that.”
“The small classes are perfect for me. I love the additional attention, the personal camaraderie with the other students and the smaller class format.”