1. How is the Premier Personal Training Team different?

A. Private Studio:  Premier Personal Training is not in a crowded commercial gym.  We are a private studio with a comfortable and friendly attitude.  We have state of the art equipment, a family environment, and a motivating and positive atmosphere.
Trainers:  Each of our trainers are college graduates with exercise-related degrees and over 30 years of combined personal training experience at developing safe and effective exercise programs.

 


Philosophy:  We are passionate about helping people and assisting you in achieving your goals.

2. What are your hours?

A.  We are available from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Monday-Friday; Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

3. How do I schedule a consultation?

A.  Please call us at 288-3504 and we will set up a complimentary consultation for you to see our facility and discuss your goals.

4. Where are you located?

A.  We are conveniently located less than 2 minutes from I-85 and Pelham Road.

5. What does it cost?

A.  Personal training costs depend on the package.  After the complimentary session, we will know more about you and your goals and will recommend the package that best fits your needs.

 

6. What should I expect?

A.  Depending on your health history, a combination of resistance training, aerobic conditioning, flexibility, stability and functional movements and nutritional advice.  We will give you safe, efficient workouts to optimize your time and maximize your results.

7. Are there going to be a lot of people around while I’m training?

A.  No, we have a private studio and each trainer works with only one person at a time.  We strive to make you feel comfortable at our studio.

8. What should I wear?

A. Whatever makes you feel comfortable!  Most people wear shorts and T-shirts.

9. What is the Premier Golf Fitness Program?

A.  This program is designed to improve your golf game through physical conditioning.  Titleist Performance Institute, the leader in golf fitness, developed a series of golf-specific movement screens that correlate with the biomechanics of the golf swing.  These screens identify weaknesses that cause inefficiencies in your game.  Our TPI certified specialist will help you identify and correct these problems to make your golf experience more enjoyable.

10. What is the Functional Movement Screen (FMS)?

A. The goal of FMS is to identify the weak links.  If a weak link is not identified, the body will over-compensate, causing inefficient movement patterns that increase the likelihood of injuries.  The FMS will pinpoint the weak links and altered movement patterns and help correct them.  When the weak link is identified and corrected, there will be greater movement efficiency, improved performance, and lower injury potential.