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MS Training

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Studies show that people with MS who participate in regular physical activity experience: Better cardiovascular fitness Improved strength, balance, and flexibility Better bladder and bowel function Less fatigue and depression Improved mood and focus Increased participation in social interaction Many people living with MS find it beneficial to work with a fitness instructor who is …Read More

Senior Training

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As we grow older, having a fitness program is more important than ever. Having a consistent exercise plan can help boost energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness or pain. Exercise can even reverse some of the symptoms of aging. Exercise does wonders not only for your body; it’s also a necessity for …Read More

Youth Training

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In the past 30 years, obesity rates have doubled among children and tripled among adolescents, and the amount of physical activity in schools has drastically decreased. Our services offer extensive age-appropriate exercise programs with the aim to improve the overall health and well being of children and teens, and help instill the value of physical …Read More

Nutrition & Wellness

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Personal health is constantly changing. It is much easier to keep your current state of health than to try to recover your health after an illness. To have a positive influence on your state of wellness over time, it is important to understand healthy eating, the value of regularly activity and ways to reduce stress. …Read More

Post Rehabilitation

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Post-Rehabilitation programs are designed for those individuals who are recovering from a variety of musculoskeletal disorders. First Class Personal Training post-rehab specialists, review and design exercise programs for clients with specific functional deficits remaining after the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases. Given the nature of most soft tissue and joint problems, the …Read More

Group Training

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First Class Personal Training offers small group training that is fun and challenging, while providing accountability, encouragement, education, and social support. Group Personal training sessions are limited to no more than 5 people, so you get individualized instruction and supervision from your own personal trainer. Group training is a dynamic workout that is geared towards …Read More

In-Home Personal Training

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First Class Personal Training takes great pride in providing personal training in the comfort of your own home. If you have a home gym – GREAT! If you don’t – NO PROBLEM! First Class believes that people are most productive when they are comfortable, hence in-home training. Limited space is required as most exercises are …Read More