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Would you like to train in a small group of between 2 and 4 people? You can train with a partner, get a group of friends together, or join one of our existing group sessions.
Training with others lets you share the cost of training, and gives you extra support and motivation towards achieving your fitness and health goals.
Our group training programs involve an initial minimum commitment of 12 weeks, including comprehensive fitness assessments so you can track your progress.
We start with an individual assessment, where we find out about your goals, your exercise preferences, your fitness level and any injuries.
You'll then get a personalized plan every session targeted to your goals and ability. This means that even if you have an injury or are new to exercise, you can take part in MyoFunction group personal training: it's not a "one size fits all" approach.
When you train in a group, you do need to be more accountable for how hard you train compared to a closely supervised one to one session. On the other hand, it can be more fun training with others who are working as hard as you.
Training with your partner, spouse, family member or friend can be so rewarding. Remember, you'll be doing individual exercises so you don’t have to be at the same fitness level or ability. Training with someone else can also help you maintain good diet and exercise habits in between sessions.
We'd love to meet you and give you a tour of our fantastic studio! Call us today on (03) 9387 0800 to organise a no-obligation chat.
Did you know people gain an average of 4 Kilograms over the Christmas period.
Want to avoid the weight gain trap call us now on 9387 0800 for a health consultation.
Drinking at least one and a half litres of water a day is essential for weight loss and good health. The actual amount of water you should be drinking is your weight in kilos times 0.033, for example if your weight is 65kg, the amount of water you should be drinking each day is 65*0.033=2.14 litres per day. This is your ideal water intake.