The Personal Training department’s mission is to empower, educate and enhance the lives of the people in our community through individualized fitness programming. Personal Training has two main functions; personal training and health evaluations. Additionally, this department provides leadership for special sport programs, like triathlon and marathon programs. This group also offers one-on-one Pilates Reformer sessions for members and guests. Personal training is available to all members, but personal training fees are not included in the basic membership fees; packages and fees are detailed in the personal training brochure.
UNC Wellness Centers have the area’s top certified personal trainers. All Personal Trainers have four year degrees and Nationally Accredited Personal Training certifications. Several staff members are Masters educated and most have specialty certifications ranging from Senior Fitness and Pilates to Athletic Training and Triathlon Coaching. Read the Personal Training staff bios for Meadowmont here and for Northwest Cary here.
Benefits of Training
- Get professional support with an individualized exercise program that will improve your overall health and fitness
- Set and reach realistic goals together
- Learn proper technique and form to perform exercises safely and efficiently
- Stay motivated with new routines and introducing a variety of exercises to your current exercise program
- Understand your plateaus and how to get beyond those plateaus
Flexible Package Options
UNC Welllness Centers offer a variety of packages designed to suit your needs ranging from individual, semi-private and small group training. Packages range from one session to 24 sessions. Additionally,we offer multi-service packages which integrate personal training and nutritional resources for a comprehensive approach.
Individuals dealing with metabolic, orthopedic, neuromuscular issues, or a combination of medical challenges can feel comfortable exercising with a highly educated trainer who will communicate with the clinical client’s personal physician or therapist. Clinical training is meant to be a “step-down” from rehab services into independent exercise or regular personal training.
For more information on Personal Training services or to get started with a Personal Trainer, please contact Kathy DeBlasio, Lifestyle Enhancement Director, at (919) 843-2161 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She matches clients with the appropriate trainer, based on each client’s fitness goals, medical history and availability.