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  • Josh Brock


The hardest part of starting a new gym is always the first day. We get it - starting at a new gym is stressful. With this in mind, we have put together some helpful information to help you prepare for your Day 1 at BPG. When you call or email us with interest in personal training, we will schedule for you to come in for a facility tour and meet with a trainer to talk about what you're looking for.

What do I wear?

You can wear your favorite shoes to workout in, t-shirt, tank top, shorts, and/or leggings. Basically, whatever you are the most comfortable moving in!

How long will I be there?

Day 1 is typically 45 minutes or less, but we always tell people to expect to be here for 1 hour.

Where do I park?

BPG is nestled behind Fox Moving on Fort Henry Drive. Once you turn on the road adjacent to Fox Moving, continue down that road and you will find us on the right. You can park either directly in front of the building, or in the gravel lot across the street.

What to expect?

When you first arrive at BPG you will be greeted by our front desk staff. Let them know your name and they will get you linked up with the trainer that will be doing your consult.

Day 1 at BPG consists of a consultation and movement assessment. The consultation is a time for your trainer to get to know you better, and for you to be introduced to what we do at BPG. They will ask you a series of questions ranging from your work life to your fitness goals. If you have any pre-existing injuries (no matter how small) this is a great time to let the trainer know. Even if it's an ankle that you sprained a lot as a kid, go ahead and let the trainer know! A lot of times small injuries can still impact you 10-20 years later.

After finishing your consultation, the trainer will take you to the training floor and go through a movement assessment. The movement assessment allows the trainer to see how you move and learn what ranges of motion you can do without pain. It's also an opportunity for them to look at any problem areas you mentioned during the consultation. In our thorough movement assessment, we assess all major joints that could affect your workout, including ankles, knees, hips, back, shoulders, and wrists.

After finishing the movement assessment, your trainer will sit down with you and go through everything they learned. They will also go over the pricing packets and help you pick an option that works best for you.

We highly recommend starting off with 10 Personal Training sessions, even if you plan to join BPG group fitness classes. Personal training sessions help you learn movements in a one-on-one setting, while also receiving education and feedback from a trainer tailored to both your goals and your needs.

Ready to sign up for a free Day 1 at BUILD.POWER.GRIND?

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