Personal Training Rates

Our standard Personal Training rate is $120 per hour. Our rates are dependent on several factors including the trainer's education and certifications, experience, availability, time of training session, length of session, the client's commitment level.  


Our trainers who have more education and certificates have higher rates. Certifications like NASM, ACE, and NSCA are expensive and require annual CECs to maintain. Many trainers hold college degrees in fields like Exercise Science and Kinesiology. 


We charge more for our more experienced trainers as compared to our apprentice trainers. 


Some of our trainers have limited availability and charge accordingly. 


Commitment on your part also affects pricing. If you're looking for a one-time training option, then the price may be higher than if you're willing and able to commit to three or more months.  

Session Length

The length of the session will determine the price. 60-minute sessions cost more than a 40-minute session. 


Private vs. Small Group

One-on-one sessions are more expensive than small group sessions (2-4 clients). 

Personal Training options

To help you choose the best Personal Training option for you, read over the following suggestions. Generally we recommend that most people start with twice/week training for the first month and then adjust according to your needs. 


If you travel frequently or have a dynamic schedule? In that case, a Training Package of 5, 10, or 20 sessions may be your best bet. You will be able to schedule your sessions to fit your lifestyle.  


Do you keep a set schedule with little variability? Then a Monthly Plan might work best for you. Choose from 4, 8, or 12 sessions per month; minimum commitment is 3 months. Also, for those who like to budget, this option works better than a Training Package.


Workout together with your spouse or friends. You'll both be pushed hard and the trainer will make sure to accommodate any difference in strength or stamina. There is a 10-25% surcharge to the rate, which is then divided amongst you and your partner. 


If you have certain physical demands, are training for a specific, short-term goal, have an irregular schedules, or quite simply prefer it, then choose the 60-minutes session. For all others, 40-minute sessions provide ample time to make progress with your fitness goals.