More senior staff members for the packs. If anything and because you have to coach and pay attention to up to 4 participants at a time, I think it's important to have trainers who really watch each of us, tell us when we're not doing the right thing and motivate/push all of us.
You have such great people running a great program. Trainers are always encouraging and available for questions. Also, I've had a great experience with packs. The mix of people in the packs I have been in have been great and lots of fun.
Some of my friends don’t think they can afford FT. For those who can, a more modern contemporary setting would be desirable.
If pack classes could be rated by complexity/ fitness level, Newer folks would be more likely to join and explore.
FT Belmont is like a family. Every trainer that I've inter-acted with has been receptive, respectful, and patient. I have never felt out of place or uncomfortable, and I was never an exercise person, so this was a big undertaking for me.
For me a big gym is overwhelming and intimidating. Fitness Together Belmont isn't intimidating. The staff are friendly and welcoming. I also like the accountability. I just wouldn't show up to a gym. At Fitness Together, I know someone is waiting to help me. This is a big motivator.
Great and caring team, very personalized approach. Workouts are varied and keep me improving each time I go. I like the focus on form vs reps, I've learned a lot about the right way of doing weight exercises so I don't injure myself, it'll be very handy when I start doing them on my own. I like that you keep the tastes of the customer in mind for the workouts as well, suggesting new ones (like kickboxing, which was a really fun way to change up the workout).
Listening to what the client says and planning a program highly individualized to the client's needs. Being able to adapt that plan to changes in the client's life and plans. The trainers have a good knowledge of health in general, anatomy & physiology as well as exercise programs.