We all know how hard it can be to keep finding the time and energy to hit the gym week after week and maintain a consistent routine. You may have seen your local gym suddenly fill up with people in early January, as everyone puts in their big push to try and stick to their New Year’s resolutions, only for it to die down a few weeks later.

Maybe you’ve been one of them yourself—with how hectic life can be these days, it’s no surprise that working out can get lost in the shuffle among everything else there is to do.

That’s why in-home fitness training is a solution that works so well for so many people. By having a trained fitness professional come to your home with their own gear, you can get fit and healthy with the same instruction and equipment you would get from a trainer at a gym, but with the convenience and privacy of being able to do it all from the comfort of your home.

Convenience and Motivation


When you have a personal fitness trainer come to you rather than you going to a gym, you remove a lot of those minor inconveniences that make up the process of making it to your workout.

If normally you drive or take transit to the gym, then you’ll no longer have to worry about your transportation, the weather, the traffic, or any other aspect of getting there. If you put together a gym bag full of workout clothes, a water bottle, snacks, and other gym supplies, then you won’t have to worry about that anymore either—it’s all close at hand.

Oftentimes, those minor inconveniences act as excuses not to go to the gym. Either it’s raining, or you don’t feel like making the trip, or you don’t have time to sit in traffic—these excuses are hurdles that make it harder to motivate yourself to work out.

But with in-home training, simply put, it’ll take a lot less effort for you to get your workout started, so you’re more likely to actually do it. And of course, no workout can be truly effective if you can’t stick to it.

The Privacy of Your Own Home

Another thing that often keeps people away from the gym is the social environment. Grunting, gawking and the like can be a deterrent to working out. For those who are concerned about exercising in front of other people, or those who don’t have a lot of experience working out and feel like they don’t know what they’re doing, being in a room surrounded by people to whom none of that seems to apply can be intimidating.

People who have illnesses or conditions that cause instability or inability to move freely are greatly benefited by workouts at home, that are designed for their specific health issue. If needed, we can work alongside your doctor or physical therapist.

But when you’re working out one-on-one with your personal trainer in the privacy and comfort of your own home, none of that is an issue. There isn’t the commotion of people groaning and dropping weights, and there are . You can train and learn and get comfortable with working out, and build your confidence for when you do visit the gym.

And for women, perhaps most important is that you’ll be able to focus on your workout without being stared at, hit on or made uncomfortable.

It’s just you, at home, with a guest.

Young woman stretching after a workout at home

Equipment and Professional Guidance

You may be thinking then that you can get all of these benefits from simply working out at home alone, but you’d be underestimating the benefits that come with professional instruction and equipment.

First the equipment. We bring all the gear you need for a full workout right to your home—medicine balls, kettle bells, BOSU balls, TRX suspension trainers, etc. These are all extremely versatile and effective pieces of equipment that are easily transported and require little to no setup.

Normally they would cost you hundreds of dollars each, but we bring them to you, you use them, and then we clear them out of your house so they don’t take up space. Easy.

But how do you use it all? How do you build your workout? There’s plenty of information on the internet, but for every piece of advice or guidance there’s another saying the opposite. Anyone can get online and post something.

That’s why it takes an educated and experienced professional with degrees and credentials to take the guesswork out. By understanding and weighing the research and then prescribing workouts in accordance with accepted health guidelines, we can offer you a safer and more effective workout than you can get on your own, so you can get healthy and fit without risking sprains, torn ligaments, or other potential injuries.

So if you want a private workout that will get you the body you want in the comfort and convenience of your own home, don’t wait—give us a call!