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THE BENEFITS OF SMALL GROUP TRAINING

Your decision to do small group training is one of the best investments you can make for yourself. Regular exercise is a major self-care strategy. Small group training allows a group of individuals to train together for a common goal while receiving individual attention. A trainer will assist you and your group in designing an exercise program. Whether your group is training for a team run, fitness challenge, to improve health, or just wants to workout with friends; small group training is a fun and safe way to exercise.

Groups benefit because the cost per person is lower than the cost of training one on one with a trainer.

The trainer will design exercises appropriate for each member of the group. You will gain tremendous confidence and your adherence to exercise will be enhanced as a result of attending all sessions with your group.
 

Answers to most frequently asked questions regarding Small Group Training

Do we have to be members of ISU Rec Sports to have Small Group Training?

Every individual in the group using the small group training services must be a SRC member.

Can we select our Small Group Trainer?

Yes, you may as long as the Personal Trainer is employed by the ISU Campus Recreation personal training program and their schedule can accommodate the group.

How long are the Small Group Training sessions?

The training sessions are one hour in length, they can NOT be set up in 30 minute increments. Trainers will schedule sessions according to the group’s availability. 

What if everyone in our group is at a different level of exercise?

The trainers have experience working with a variety of levels of fitness and will design appropriate exercises for everyone in the group.

What happens if I do not attend a group session?

You forfeit that session. There are no make-up sessions nor can you transfer your session to someone else. There are no refunds.

Can I have a small group training session if other people in my group don’t show up at the designated time?

Yes, you will always have a training session regardless if everyone in your group is in attendance.

NEW! Small Group Training Packet (everything you need to get started!)

Questions? Contact Kimberly at (812) 237-4099 or via email at Kimberly.Monte@indstate.edu.

1 -on- 1 Training

 

    Keri works the TRX strap with Brandon's guidance      All Personal Trainers Nov 2017      SRC Personal Trainer and Client      Campus Rec Personal Trainer with Client

Your decision to acquire a personal trainer is one of the best investments you can make for yourself. Regular exercise is a major self-care strategy. A Personal Trainer will assist you in designing an exercise program and setting realistic fitness goals that are right for you. This can empower you to make lifestyle changes which will ultimately enhance the quality of your life.

FACT: Exercise boosts brainpower. And don't we all want that? (WebMD, May 2008, "Top Ten Fitness Facts".)

Personal Training Fees
  Student Faculty/Staff/Alumni
>1 Hour >$22 >$28
>2 Hours >$40 >$50
>4 Hours $72 >$88
8 Hours $128 $160

EVERYTHING you will need: Personal Training Packet

The Bod Pod

WHAT IS the Bod Pod? In plain terms, this unit measures body fat and lean body mass. Yes, you've even seen it on that very popular weight-loss show on NBC! It's the "gold standard" for determining lean body mass. This is a perfect way to start your training, by getting an accurate measurement of body fat and lean body mass. You can chart your progress with subsequent testing. Schedule your Bod Pod testing today!

application-pdf.png Bod Pod Analysis Request Form

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Bod Pod Testing

Currently Enrolled Members:

  • Students - $15
  • Faculty, Staff, ISU Affiliates, and Alumni - $20

Non SRC Members:

  • Students - $25
  • ISU Business Affiliates, Alumni, and Community Members - $30

The BOD POD Body Composition Tracking System is an Air Displacement Plethysmograph which uses whole-body densitometry to determine body composition (fat and fat-free mass) in adults and children.

In addition, the BOD POD also offers optional Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) and Total Energy Expenditure (TEE) information as part of every body composition assessment. This data is provided without performing any additional testing maneuvers, a complete test requires only about 5 minutes.

For testing, contact Kimberly Monte at (812) 237-4099.