Both Types of Training are really effective and have their benefits (as long as the groups aren’t too big – think Big Boot Camps over 20 people) and they also have some significant differences.
Private Training is a better fit if you want maximum accountability, attention and a program 100% specifically designed for you. If you have very specific goals, looking for the most improvement, or just starting out you may want to consider private training. If you have lots of injuries/limitations that require improved posture and alignment then private training will be a better fit for you. You simply can’t correct every single incorrect movement in a group. There is nothing that replaces one-to-one coaching when you are trying to learn something new. Group on the other hand, is a great place to start if you are looking for an intense workout that is fun, motivating, high in energy (there is typically more energy in a group setting) and will help you lose those pounds. There is also a built in community of like-minded people who will be there to motivate you when you need a boost. Another benefit, Group training costs less than private training. Either way, you’ll benefit and we will make sure you get started in the right place for you.