With so many options available for group and HIIT style classes, it can be hard to know which gym is best for you. Ultimately, that’s up to personal preference, but there are few key options that can make or break a decision for someone looking for a new gym home.
Take a look at some of the things to keep in mind when you’re looking for a group training gym:
One of the most important things as far as your fitness and safety are concerned is to have qualified instructors leading classes. The best way to find out a coach’s qualifications and teaching style is to try a free class and ask any questions you may have during your trial.
A great way to stay motivated and making use of the gym you’re paying money for is to take a variety of classes. A group fitness gym that offers a wide variety will keep you interested and engaged, and give you different aspects of your health to work on, like HIIT and yoga.
The Right Price
When joining a gym, you want to make sure that you’re paying the right price and not the lowest price. A lower price may indicate a lower quality workout or older equipment, so take a look at what you’re getting for your money and make sure that the price you’re paying is well worth it.
A Sense of Community
One of the optional benefits of a gym is the sense of community it creates with its members. Sure, some members may want to head out after class and keep to themselves, but community events can help those looking to be more social find new friends and accountability partners.
At Burn Collective, we want to be your new gym home and we think we have what it takes. If you’re interested in finding out more about the wide variety of classes we offer, contact us today to set up a free trial or initial assessment.