Why get a personal trainer at FitRec?
- Personal training offers a wealth of benefits, including motivation, guidance, workouts that fit into a busy schedule, and techniques that are safe.
- You receive proper fitness instruction right from the start under the supervision of a nationally certified personal trainer or Pilates instructor.
- Your workout program will be developed in accordance with your own personal fitness goals.
- Personal training can prepare you for an event/sport and help you achieve more accurate results.
FitRec trainers use a multidisciplinary approach to designing exercise programs. Our fitness expertise provides successful programming for many needs, including:
- Pre- and post-rehabilitation for orthopedic, neuromuscular, and cardiovascular conditions
- Recreational athlete training
- General health and fitness education
- Weight management
- Pre- and post-natal
- Cancer recovery
Getting started with a personal trainer is a simple two-step process. For further questions, email us or call 617-358-3760.
Step 1: Fill Out Registration Form and Medical Waiver
Personal Training Registration Form and Medical Waiver
To learn more about your interests and health history, we ask that you complete a Personal Training Registration Form before we schedule your first session. The Medical Waiver, if required, can be found here.Sign the Registration Form
Step 2: Register for a Program
Health & Fitness Assessment
Member Pricing: $60Non-Member Pricing: $70Register Now
This assessment is best if you are beginning an exercise program. The assessment will include a cardio health screen, body composition analysis, movement based screening and testing in muscular strength, muscle endurance, aerobic fitness, and flexibility.
Performance Fitness Assessment
Member Pricing: $80Non-Member Pricing: $90Register Now
This is an in-depth, advanced assessment for active individuals currently on an exercise program. The assessment will include a cardio health screen, body composition analysis, functional movement screening and advanced testing in muscular strength, muscular endurance, and cardiovascular function.
Member Pricing: $65Non-Member Pricing: $75Register Now
This one-session personal training option is ideal for the college student or adult looking for more direction with their workout. Your personal trainer will design a program with with specific exercises and recommendations based on your goals. $35 discount available to cardholders.
Body Composition Analysis
Member Pricing: $20Non-Member Pricing: $30Register Now
Go beyond the scale! The InBody body composition analyzer uses an advance method of bioelectrical impedance to measure body fat, muscle, and water in seconds. At the end of each InBody test, you will receive a personalized print out with results, explanations, and recommendations.
Give personal training a try! Choose anywhere from 1 to 10 one-hour sessions of private one-on-one fitness instruction. Or, get trained with a friend in a semi-private session — all under the supervision of a nationally certified personal trainer.
Member Pricing: $65 per individual session, $50 per semi-private session
Nonmember Pricing: $75 per individual session, $60 per semi-private session
Book more and save! Save up to 28% when you purchase multiple sessions at the same time.
Small Group Personal Training
Small group training provides the benefits of individual training while being motivated by your training partners. This program is designed for 3 participants. Sessions are 60 minutes.
Member Pricing: $40 for 1 session, $165 for 5 sessions, $270 for 10 sessions
Nonmember Pricing: $50 for 1 session, $215 for 5 sessions, $375 for 10 sessions
Post-Rehab Personal Training
FitRec’s Post-Rehab personal training will provide safe and effective post-rehabilitative fitness programs for clients after being discharged from physical therapy, chiropractic, or other health care professionals. Sessions are 60 minutes.
1 session: $50
5 sessions: $230
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