Exercise Plans

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SEASONAL SPECIALS

-Personal Training  15% Off Essential, Premier, or Master Plans

-Semi-Private Monthly  Pay First Month, Get 2nd Month Free!

Cannot Combine Offers. Expires 12-16-18


ESSENTIAL

5

WEEKS

$45 – 30 min, 2x week (10)
$45 – 30 min, 3x week (15)

$90 – 60 min, 2x week (10)
$90 – 60 min, 3x week (15)

An edifying introductory experience for new or unsure trainees preferring a shorter program for immediate needs in base strength & flexibility.

Personal Trainer + Online Access
30 or 60 Minute Custom Lifts
Subject to 1-2 Persons


PREMIER

10

WEEKS

$40 – 30 min, 2x week (20)
$40 – 30 min, 3x week (25)

$80 – 60 min, 2x week (20)
$80 – 60 min, 3x week (25)

For trainees desiring fat-loss and increased functional strength via a holistic approach. Strength, flexibility, and targeted fat-loss.

Personal Trainer + Online Access
30 or 60 Minute Custom Lifts
Subject to 1-2 Persons


MASTER

15

WEEKS

$35 – 30 min, 2x week (30)
$35 – 30 min, 3x week (40)

$70 – 60 min, 2x week (30)
$70 – 60 min, 3x week (40)

Conquer + triumph fitness. For those determined to transform mobility, physique, strength, & stubborn fat. Ideal for trainees trying to expand potential.

Personal Trainer + Online Access
30 or 60 Minute Custom Lifts
Subject to 1-2 Persons

Interested in a monthly plan?

We offer personal training with flat monthly fee. View our monthly plans below.

Questions?

View our FAQ.

Monthly – 2x Week

$350

MONTHLY

Enroll 1st Month | 2nd Month Free
Semi-Private 2-3 Persons

Personal Training + Online Access
▪ Twice Weekly Weekdays Only
▪ 45 Minutes Duration

▪ Want Longer Private Lifts?
See Plans Above

A semi-private monthly-training approach with the same gold-standard blueprint as our traditional plans, but packaged monthly for individuals who prefer partners, more convenience, and less commitment. Online workout access included.

Monthly – Unlimited

$500

MONTHLY

Enroll 1st Month | 2nd Month Free
Semi-Private 2-3 Persons

Personal Training + Online Access
▪ Unlimited Weekdays Only
▪ 45 Minutes Duration

▪ Want Longer Private Lifts?
See Plans Above

A semi-private monthly-training approach with the same gold-standard blueprint as our traditional plans, but packaged monthly for individuals who prefer partners, more convenience, and less commitment. Online workout access included.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Workouts Per Week?

Generally, we’ll recommend lifting weights 2-4 times per week. But you need to understand a few things…

First, the golden rule: Frequency is better than volume (Frequency > Volume) for most. This is especially true for beginners who need frequent repetition to become acclimated. Second, your brain is wired to learn efficiently at shorter periods. Exercise research has proven that two shorter bouts of exercise less than 45 min. each is more superior than one long bout of exercise 60 minutes or more.

Training once weekly is never ideal. Training everyday isn’t either. Based on these principles and depending on your personal goals, injury history, and lifestyle, we recommend lifting between 2-4 weight-training workouts per week. There are obvious exceptions to the rule with endurance athletes and other specific situations, but most general plans can suffice under the 2-4 range guidelines.

All exercises will be programmed online to ensure you have free access to all your workouts when you need to exercise on your own.

How Long Are The Workouts?

Exercise duration is dependent on age, goals, gym experience, stress level, and injury history. Generally speaking, most workouts are successfully completed just under an hour if you omit long breaks and small talk. You’ve got a life to live. Get in. Work hard. Go home and eat.

Our plans are structured to give you several options for your fitness needs. We offer 30-minute, 45-minute, and 60-minute sessions at various price-points. 30-min & 60-min are for personal training packages while 45-min is for semi-private (partnered) monthly plans.

For individuals opting for 30-min sessions, we encourage you to stay a bit extra to finish your lift, cardio, or stretches on your own. We never want to rush you out — all members are free to stay as long as desired following the training session for any additional homework, cool-down, stretching, or cardiovascular work.

Are All Workouts Partnered?

Some workouts are partnered (semi-private monthly). Some are not (personal training).

If you enroll in a semi-private monthly-training program, we’ll pair you with 2-3 trainees during your workout. You’re welcome to enroll with a friend if you do not wish to be paired with anybody else. All monthly sessions are 2-3 persons at 40-45 minutes per workout.

If you enroll in a personal training plan, you are subject to just 1-2 person sessions. All personal training sessions are 1-2 persons at 55-60 minutes per workout. For personal training, our priority is one-on-one training with you.

*Please understand that occasionally during peak season (pre-summer, pre-holidays) and peak hours (after work 5-7pm) you may be subject to a 2-person session for personal training plans. All workout programs are still customized and you’ll never exercise with the second individual, but occasionally share the hour during peak-season when all training slots are filled.

How Important Is Stretching?

Stretching is important. Very important.

Most injuries are caused by the way we train and the way we move (or lack thereof) over a long period of time. Are you moving poorly because you’re in pain? Or are you in pain because you’re moving poorly? Chances are you’re tight…and tendons that are attached to muscles do not like to be in tight spaces. They enjoy some breathing room and stretching does just that.

Implementing an effective stretching habit can and will address imbalances caused by improper training and/or movement. If you’re flexible with an ongoing routine that currently works for you — keep it up. If you’re stiff, you must earn the privilege to weight train by demonstrating proper joint mechanics and the willingness to stretch. Your joints are constructed to move relative to one another in specific ways and if you load them incorrectly through negligent training or bad posture, you’re screwing with how your body was intended to move and you’ll need ample stretching (and training) to correct this.

And it doesn’t have to be fancy. Old-school static stretching on your bedroom floor with little to no equipment is all it takes! This static stretching will be a vital part of your program and shall serve as the foundation. The good news is we’ll guide you along the way and teach you how to stretch as part of your personal training plan.

Do You Train Both Men And Women?

Yes we train both men and women, but specialize in men’s fitness.

Arin Training specializes in men’s fitness, but welcomes all individuals. While there are pros and cons to gender specialization in fitness, there is a certain level of comfort, expertise, and necessary program adjustments that make specialization ideal. This is similar to a medical doctor specializing in children (pediatrics) or an entire fitness center dedicated to women only (e.g. Total Woman). Read more about differences in training men versus women here.

What Do The Online Workouts Include?

All plans – personal training and monthly semi-private – include complimentary online access to your own customized workouts.

Access your custom workout on your smartphone or computer with a free app we use at the App Store or Google Play. Your workout plan will continuously be updated every 2-4 weeks in conjunction to your personal training goals. This ensures you have 24 hour access to all your workouts and stretches.

Custom online materials include (when applicable) your comprehensive workout log (reps, sets, speed), warm-up protocols with pictures and videos, and a stretching library for upper and lower-body flexibility needs.

Will You Teach Us How To Lift Weights Alone?

There’s an old aphorism you already know: Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. It would be a disservice for us not to teach you how to plan your workouts. Our goal is to ensure you’re confident and independent when exercising at your own gym.

Making an investment in fitness is a big financial decision. But your investment isn’t for the trainer to stand there and dictate what to do or merely count reps for you. Your investment is made towards education: Education in competency of your body in making better long-term decisions. Competency that can transfer to other aspects of life, relationship, & in educating those around you. Please read The Manifesto statement here.

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