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Personal Training



We offer only the best certified and highly experienced personal trainers in the area. You do not need to be a member in order to participate in personal training. Ask an associate how.

Single session: $35 (1 hour session)

3 sessions: $99

6 sessions: $190 ($20 savings)

12 sessions: $360 ($60 savings)

We also offer partner and small group training for up to five (5) people at a time. All participants must be paid personal training members. Call or stop by to schedule your personal training session. We schedule this session with your personal trainer JUST FOR YOU, so a 24 hour cancellation is required.


Our Personal Trainers:

Sarah is a 29 year old family nurse practitioner. She obtained her Masterís Degree through SUNY Polytechnic Institute and works full time as a hospitalist at Little Falls Hospital. Sarah has a love for fitness and achieved her personal trainer certification through the American Council on Exercise. She grew up playing sports in high school and played soccer in college. After she graduated she took up running and has completed several 5Ks and also the Lake Placid Marathon. Sarah then transitioned into weightlifting and resistance training, and started competing in physique competitions in October 2017. Since then she has achieved her pro card by winning 1st place overall at a recent competition by the Organization of Competitive Bodybuilding.

Travis was diagnosed with Guillain Barre Syndrome at 14 years old and was paralyzed from the head down. Using his five years of rehabilitation to learn how to build the human body from the ground up, Travis continued into the Fitness Industry. Travis now specializes in weight loss, nutritional coaching, strength and power lifting, contest prep, functional fitness and rehabilitation and injury prevention. Travis is an ISAA certified personal trainer, and is the Assistant Manager of the New Hartford Nurtishop - a local nutritional supplement store.

Matthew overcame opioid addiction in 2011, and for the past 8 years, his primary purpose has been helping others. Matthew obtained a degree in chemical dependency and became an addiction counselor. Today, Matthew specializes in hypertrophy, strength and weight loss training through one-on-one or small group training sessions. Matthew is a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer.