This type of training still allows me to provide you with lots of attention and an individualised plan but results may be a little slower than with 1 to 1 PT as you are sharing your training time with other people.
My recommendation is that it’s best if the people you train with all have a relatively similar goal to you. For example if you want to lose a little weight this is a common goal and you probably have a friend who would also like to shed a couple of pounds. However, since I use strength and mobility based training methods, most people will benefit from my approach and small differences in goals is something we can easily work with.
If you want to work on a very specific goal then small group training might not be the best option but I can make it work for you if it is how you prefer to train.
Small group training can provide you with accountability as you will want to turn up so as not to let your training buddies down!
Small group PT can be great fun! You can work individually during sessions or you can partner up and motivate each other.
You can choose to train at home, at Box 33 Adaptive Strength or outdoors (weather and permits permitting).