The Training & Performance Center is proud to offer personal training in Bloomington IL. We all know that getting to the gym is typically easier said than done and most of us need a little accountability and motiviation. Our personal trainers at the Training and Performance Center in Bloomington are committed to bringing out the best in you and holding you accountable to getting to the gym. All of our trainers are certified professionals who can help you reach your goal by gaining strength, losing weight, or both. If you work better in a team environment, we also offer small group training classes lead by one of our certified coaches.
Not sure if you want to make the commitment? Come tour our facilities and meet our team.
All you have to do is click the button below to sign up for a tour of our facilities in Bloomington, across the street from the Centrail Illinois Regional Airport and receive a free consultation! We can't wait to pair you with one of our personal trainers to help you achieve your fitness goals.
"They are world class. It doesn't matter what your age or if you have limitations. Every exercise can be modified and you will get a great workout whether it is adult strength or metabolic conditioning or even personal training. Just give it a chance. I have gained strength, mobility and have lost weight since I joined. I love TPC. This facility rocks!"
- Kathi H.
Whether you're an extrovert looking to make friends, a gym rat looking to shape up his or her routine, or if you're just looking for extra motivation, personal training or an adult strength and conditioing class might be just the trick.
Signing up for a class can shake up a monotonous workout routine and help you build different muscle groups. Plus, the certified personal trainers will provide personalized coaching to improve your form.
Surrounding yourself with dedicated and interesting individuals will help keep you on track. Can't beat a class with an encouraging personal trainer and supportive people all working hard together. Between the upbeat music, a great workout and a group of people motivating each other along the way, it's an enjoyable way to exercise.
What can I expect during my initial training session?
During your initial meeting with a trainer, he or she will begin the process of getting to know you, in terms of your health and fitness goals, your health and exercise history, as well as your likes and dislikes. It is this information along with your trainer’s expertise and experience that will assist them in developing a customized program for you.
After this meeting, you'll likely determine how many times you'll meet, based both on your goals and your schedule.
The main benefits of hiring a personal trainer are as follows: they offer specific knowledge and expertise about health, fitness, nutrition and mental well-being. They'll help you maximize your results and minimize the time you spend working out.
They'll motivate you. Your personal fitness trainer will expect that you show up to perform all of your scheduled workouts, and will hold you accountable when you do not. They will push you to your physical and mental limits.
How To Get The Most Out Of A Personal Trainer:
Your first interaction with a prospective personal trainer is key — personal training is based heavily on trust. You want to work with a trainer who will make you feel comfortable, but your trainer also has to the kind of person who will push you and won't accept excuses. Enter into the first conversation with some initial goals — they can be generic, but they will give your trainer an idea of what you hope to accomplish.
When you're in the gym, your focus needs to be on your workout and on your trainer, not your phone or any other distractions. Whatever the text or email says, it can wait until the training session is over.
How To Get The Most Out Of Each Workout:
Start your training regimen with realistic, achievable goals — you want them to be lofty but not daunting. You can always modify them or make them more difficult later. People often start with goals like reducing body fat percentage, getting stronger, and making fitness part of their daily routine. They might sound obvious, but you have to start somewhere. Once you get started, you can begin setting more specific goals for yourself, such as amount of miles you'll run or a specific weight you'll be able to lift.
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