Members who partake in group training receive an extended bonus over personal training given the interaction with others included in their session. As personal attention remains a focal point in all trainer relationships, groups are capped a maximum of 10 people. Smaller class sizes promote greater connection between both participants and the trainer. If a trainer is instructing one member, the other nine can rely on each other for continued progress. Larger groups desiring their own session can find improved team building and increased enjoyment from the work with familiar faces. Individuals or smaller couplings looking to join are placed with an emphasis on one’s fit with the existing members.
It does not take long for members to feel at ease with new groups given the natural relationship growth nurtured through the smaller class sizes. Enduring the various routines with others raises the general level of competition, promoting greater effort without the additional motivation offered by trainers. Whether the participants are new strangers or long-time friends, lining up next to someone instinctively creates higher drive. Establishing a consistent routine with this crowd creates an increased sense of accountability as it quickly becomes habit for everyone to endure the workout’s pains together. Group sessions have a number of potential social benefits with the guarantee of exercise plans targeted for particular goals (strength training, weight loss, agility development).