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Personal Training Programs

How Does Personal Training Work at Spine & Sport? In the first session, your Certified Personal Trainer will discuss your health history, individual goals and perform a fitness assessment test. From there, trainer will design an individualized exercise program that allows you to reach your specific fitness and health goals.

How do I select a Personal Trainer?

Stop by our Wellness Center and fill out a Health History and Individual Goals packet. The packet will be given to our Wellness Manager who will contact you with your own personal trainer who will meet your specific needs. All of our trainers are highly qualified, nationally certified and hold college degrees in health and fitness related fields.

Training Sessions May Include:
  • Fitness assessment with personalized prescription
  • Resistance Training
  • Cardiovascular training
  • Abdominal/Core strength training
  • Flexibility/stretching exercises
  • Interval training
  • Nutrition Counseling
Every individual has a different fitness and health-related need. At Spine & Sport, our personal trainers are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals by providing quality, individual, medically-supervised programming. Our mission is dedication to the client and his/her goals.

Why do you need personal training? Improve lifestyle, improve muscle strength, increase flexibility, improve balance, improve posture, reduce the risk of health-related illness such as heart disease, osteoporosis and to asssist with weight loss. It can also improve your performance in sports such as tennis and golf, injury prevention, and to enhance motiviation while eliminating fatigue and boredom.