Are you missing out on the support that only group training can give you? Our small group personal training is made up of a community of committed and motivated trainers to keep you moving, get you to your carefully planned out goals and to support you through it all.
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To put it simply- we care about you.
For us, exceeding your expectations and making sure you’re smashing your own goals is engrained in everything we do. We’re passionate about getting moving and we’re there for you every single step of the way.
We take the time to understand who you are and what you need, and delve into your story and the reasons behind your goals, to help foster positive beliefs about your health and abilities, and ultimately, to help you live better.
1 session a week: $44 each
2 sessions a week: $37.50 each
3 sessions a week: $33 each
We've carefully selected the best equipment to help you train better, move better and reach your goals in no time. You'll find your favourites among our equipment, as well as some less common options, including:
• Cardio equipment, such as our treadmills, bikes and rower
• Pilates equipment, such as our reformer, trap table and wonder chair
• Strength training equipment and weights
Our testing equipment, used regularly in our results sessions, will help you see the progress you've made in your training. You'll find the following testing equipment at The Biomechanics:
• Inbody 770 Body Composition Scales: trusted by top hospitals and used for medical research, patient monitoring, sports medicine and science, these scales provide incredibly precise and in-depth results in less than two minutes}
• NordBoard: a fast, easy and accurate system for monitoring hamstring strength and imbalance
• GroinBar: an easy way to test hip abduction and adduction strength, as well as a host of other muscle groups
• HumanTrak: a one-of-a-kind movement analysis system that combines data from a 3D depth-sensing camera and IMU sensors on the body to provide information about your movement and biomechanics