Are you tired of doing the same workouts over and over and not seeing results? It’s easy to fall into a routine of bad workout habits that produce bad results. It’s time to try something new, and something that will get you the results you’re looking for: group training. 

Why is group training better than working out alone? For starters, it’s easier to stay honest about your sets and reps when you’re working with a trainer and in a group. Plus, it’s easy to make friends with people in your community. And if you’re looking for a way to bring some competition to your workouts, this is your chance to try something new!

Keeps You Honest

How many times have you gone to the gym and just didn’t follow your plan? Or maybe you could have done 10 reps, but you only did 8 just because. Not with group workouts, and definitely not with Omni Fight Club. 

Our workouts have trainers on the floor at all times, making sure that you’re getting the most out of your workouts. They’re ensuring your form looks good and that you’re giving the effort needed to finish the workout.

Think you could get away with half squats in our classes? Think again! Group fitness classes drive you to try your hardest and be honest with yourself about your effort.

Joining A Community

Meeting new people in a positive environment is another plus about group training. There’s something about sweating and battling it out that brings people together. Group training classes are a great way to make new friends and meet more people from your community.

And the community can go beyond just the gym. Take CJ Lewis for example, a trainer at an OFC location. When his son was diagnosed with cancer, the OFC community rallied behind him and raised over $75,000 for his family. Things like this happen more than you think. Whether you’re looking to make new friends, learn about what’s going on near you, or just trying to mix up who you socialize with, group training can provide an amazing opportunity for joining a community.

Embrace Your Competitive Drive

Sure, making friends is great. But, when you’re working out alone, it’s harder to create any competitive drive. You could always base your progress against other people in the gym, but how is that tangible?

Many group training gyms utilize heart-rate monitoring systems like Myzone. These systems monitor your heart rate and translate that into points, gamifying your workouts. If you’re a competitive person, you’ll have the chance to see how hard you’re working out compared to the group. That way, you can really see if you’re the best or not.

If you relate to any of these topics, it’s time for you to check out Omni Fight Club for FREE. Find a location near you and set up a free trial today.