Group Training


What is Small Group Training (SGT)?

Let’s define it in the context of other types of training:

  • Traditional Personal Training is one trainer with only one client
  • Partner (or semi-private) Training is one trainer with 2 clients
  • Small Group Training is one instructor with 3-8 clients

Boot Camp PlanksSGT offers you the chance to work with a Certified Personal Trainer, getting expert program design and instruction in your focused area of interest, at a fraction of the cost. SGT is also very popular because of the benefits of working in a tight group. When people start exercising in a close group, they establish relationships and make friends with others in the group, helping them become regular participants in the workouts. Small Group Training participants work together as a team in a very supportive environment, encouraging each other to work hard… all while having fun!

Fit To Be offers both Partner Training as well as Small Group Training. Partner and Small Group Training are available for your own group, or for you to join an existing group. Contact us to discuss what small group offerings may be best for you. We are always registering for the next session, and there is sometimes an open drop-in spot available. Sessions are typically held at our private North Attleboro studio, but may also be available at other locations. Contact us to discuss this option.

Small Group Training Favorites

Core & Cardio

One of our most popular group training options! This class delivers exactly what it promises: a good cardio sweat combined with great core work.

Kicks & Kettles

This workout combines both kickboxing and kettlebells. Yes, it may sound like an odd combination, but it works! This is typically one of our most popular group trainings. This is a great way for those who’d like to get a little taste of either kickboxing or kettlebells, or for the person who’s looking for something new and different to shake things up a bit. No experience is required. Kettlebells and gloves are provided.

Indoor Boot Camp

Boot Camp means you never know what you’re going to get! One day might be strength training , the next might be circuit training, the next might be mostly cardio, another might be focused on drills and games. Who knows?!? Most importantly, we’ll change things up and keep it interesting!

Circuit Training

This is a total body workout designed to keep your heart rate up by moving from station to station rapidly. You can expect to complete the circuit a few times in each session. Looking to sweat, burn, and sweat some more? If so, this could be for you!

Strength in 30

Strength training in 30 minutes! Looking to gain strength, build muscle, or tone up? Only have 30 minutes? Then this workout is for you! Participants are asked to bring a pair of dumbbells, but not required.

HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training

HIIT is an exercise strategy alternating periods of short, intense exercise with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense sessions improve athletic conditioning, improve glucose metabolism, and improve fat burning. Workouts are about 30-40 minutes. This is one of our more advanced offerings.

Stability Ball Fit

We’ll use a stability ball for this entire workout. We will work your entire body, however your core gets a little extra love since the stability ball provides the added element of instability. Participants are asked to bring a set of dumbbells, but it’s not required. Stability balls are provided.  If you’re looking for a fun, new way to exercise, this may be just what you’re looking for!

Toys, Toys, Toys!

This is for anyone who doesn’t care so much about the type of exercises and just wants to play with all sorts of toys, gadgets, and torture devices! Think battle ropes, gliding discs, monster bands, TRX, med balls, wreck bags, boxes, etc.

Complex Training

Challenge yourself with one of the most advanced forms of sports training, integrating strength training, plyometrics, and sport-specific movement. It usually consists of an intense strength exercise followed by a plyometric exercise. This is most appropriate for athletes and those wanting to improve performance in OCR’s (Obstacle Course Races).

Don’t see what you’re looking for? Other options may be available, just ask! At Fit To Be, we pride ourselves on catering to your needs.