While a financial commitment is necessary to obtain quality exercise instruction, most clients see it as an investment that will pay off handsome dividends in the future, rather than an expense. Saving for retirement is done in order to enjoy life in our golden years. However, no amount of savings will compensate for losing the ability to do activities of daily living. Consider also, that there are no additional gym memberships, and if, for whatever reason, you need to miss a week, (and give proper notice), you do not have a commitment forcing you to pay for nothing. When considering other options including set up fees, ongoing memberships, costs for various other “add-on’s”, we have found that our prices are more than competitive.
Isn’t one on one training really expensive?