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Personal Training is an hour one-on-one training session with a certified personal trainer. Why do we need them? Personal trainers perform fitness assessments to find out your current fitness level and create workout programs to improve your troubled areas. Personal trainers will help you accomplish your fitness goals. Whether your goals are to lose a couple of pounds, increase your strength, or just keep you on track, UIU personal trainers are some of the best professionals.
Assessment & Training Services
Work smarter not harder! Personal trainers can help you achieve your fitness goals whether you want to feel better, look better, or you are looking for extra motivation and/or a new challenge, we can help.
Body Composition and Fitness Assessments
Weight alone can be very misleading. Accurate body composition and fitness measurements can help evaluate your progress and set goals to ensure the proper selection of exercises for your fitness program. Fitness assessments are a free complementary opportunity to our members! Upon joining or renewing your UIU Recreation and Fitness Center membership, members can partake in a fitness assessment. Fitness assessments are a guide to discover where your physical health is at and aid in the road toward better health. Fitness assessments include:
- Body composition test
- Muscular endurance test
- Muscular strength test
- Cardiovascular test
- Flexibility test
All tests are given by trained professionals and can be given at any time! Ask the front desk for more information!
Personal Training Options
All personal training packages include pre and post program fitness assessment and hour long one-on-one sessions.
- 1 session: $17
- 4 sessions: $65
- 8 sessions: $128
- 12 sessions: $185
- 16 sessions:$240
- 24 sessions: $350
- Buddy training (2 clients) 1 session: $24
To make a payment click here and go to Rec Center Services Community members or Students, and then personal training.
The UIU Rec Center recruits students on campus to learn and train to become fitness instructors and personal trainers. The training is held once per semester for one term. The training includes meeting as a training group once per week and also attending, shadowing, and practice instructing in at least one fitness class. Following completion of the training students become instructors and trainers at the rec center.