One on One Personal Training

 

Do you want to learn about your physical + mental limits in a safe, guided way?

Do you want to make a change to your health but don’t know how? Whether your

goal losing weight, foundations for life or creating life-long healthy habits, we make sure our clients get the experience they want and need:

▪ Innovative Exercise Programs

▪ Custom Training Programs

▪ Step by step coaching and goal setting

 

Contact us to learn more about our individual training rates and customized payment plans.

In-Home Training

Are gyms just not your thing? Do you want the convenience of training from home? We get it. InsideOut’s team of experts will come to you for a comfortable, safe, injury-free and personalized session. We bring the equipment, you bring the commitment!
 

We Service The Following regions in the Greater Toronto Area:

 

Leaside, East York, Cedarvale, Don Mills, Danforth, Forest Hill, Rosedale, North York, Scarborough, Downsview, Bridal Path, The Annex, Etobicoke, York, Yorkville, South Hill, Summerhill, and many more!

 

Book your free consultation and other personal training appointments by calling 416-849-4765 or contact us online.

 

*An additional travel fee will be applied to each in-home training session

Toronto Group Personal Training

Groups and Couples

 

Research shows that up to 94 percent of couples/FRIENDS stick with their fitness programs when they work out together. We couldn’t make this up! Make a commitment with your sweetheart or your BESTIE to get in shape, at our studio or your home. Fit and healthy people live longer lives – giving you even more time with your partner.

Groups: Set up your own group of 2-6 people, and co-ordinate your own time, location and duration of a workout that suits everyone.

Working out in groups is fun! But don’t just take our word for it:

New research suggests that group exercise unleashes a flood of chemicals in the brain, triggering the same responses that have made collective activities from dancing and laughter to religion itself such enduring aspects of human culture. For some (but not all) people, finding workout buddies could help turn fitness into a pleasant addiction.”

–The Globe and Mail