Small Group Training

This dynamic and affordable circuit-style training program pairs six people with a personal trainer for eight weeks of customized workouts. Small Group Training is designed to give you all of the benefits that come with personal training … but at a fraction of the cost!


Small Group Training focuses on individual progression from week to week. Your personal trainer will take you through a variety of exercises utilizing a variety of special equipment, including:

  • TRX Bands
  • Battle Ropes
  • Kettle Bells
  • Slam and Medicine Balls
  • Stability Balls
  • Foam Rollers
  • And more

Every Small Group Training participant will receive a complimentary pre and post Fitness Assessment to help track your progress and test:

  • Upper Body and Lower Body Muscular Strength and Muscular Endurance
  • Core
  • Flexibility
  • Balance

Sign up for Small Group Training – the Center for Health and Fitness’s (CHF) most popular and effective new form of group personal training. Sign-up today – only $18.50 per session.

Small Group Training
4 weeks/3 days a week

SGT starts
September 16 & 17

SGT Prices
Cost for members: $444
Cost for non-members: $540
2-day track cost for members: $296
2-day track cost for non-members: $360

SPECIAL OFFER: New participants get $25 off Small Group Training

Small Group Training Descriptions

Small Group Training Level I is all about technique, fundamentals and form. In this class, you will establish a foundation of strength, general conditioning and balance. As you progress from week to week, your personal trainer will introduce new exercises and increase the intensity of the workouts to challenge you.

How do I know Level I is for me?

  • I am new to exercise
  • I have difficulty performing push-ups, squats and planks with proper form
  • I am trying to get back into the habit of working out
  • I have injuries that prevent me from performing intense workouts 


Small Group Training Level II is CHF’s most intense Small Group Training class. Level II is fast-paced with minimal rest periods and requires high-intensity movements and challenging exercises.

How do I know Level II is for me?

  • I can plank, squat and complete push-ups with proper form
  • I am now fully recovered with little or no exercise limitations
  • I am looking to be challenged and pushed to my limits