By design, Vintage Fitness fundamentally revolves its workout routines around the fitness principle of small group training. Small group training sessions are becoming more popular, practical and are boosting people’s quality of workouts. Here are some reasons why.
Having the support and camaraderie of fellow gym goers can be hugely uplifting when going through a tough session. When working out seems dull and tiresome, having the extra motivation of those around you can be just what you need to get the work done. Better yet, if you are more of a competitive person, having others there to measure yourself against will inspire you to push that little bit harder.
More time with the trainer
Unlike big fitness classes, small group training gives your trainer more opportunity to spend individualised time with you. They can help to work on your form and track your progress. Conveniently, they’ll also be more available to answer questions and teach you new exercises, without disrupting the rest of the class or the flow of a circuit.
With small group training there is much greater flexibility with what can be done in a class. A range of workout types can be covered such as anaerobic training, aerobic training, strength, endurance and even flexibility.
Accommodates your needs
As class sizes are smaller, if you have any injuries, lack of experience, certain level of fitness or just not comfortable performing certain exercises, the trainer can easily work with you and around any concerns. So you can maximise your training not needing to worry. Unlike larger group fitness sessions, where there sometimes just isn’t enough time to help and accommodate everyone’s needs.
Car pool and coffee
Whoever said it had to be all about the exercise? Some of the best friendships most people ever make are associated with exercise. It’s an incredible way to meet new people and bond over training. Most of the time these sessions are the highlight of people’s day. Not only do they get to look and feel healthy but afterwards there’s always a friendly chat.