ACCOUNTABILITY, GUIDANCE & SPECIFICITY
We provide customized training plans to fit your body, lifestyle, and budget.
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What Is A Fitness Orientation?
A fitness orientation is an information session typically 30- to 60-minutes in duration providing the basics of how to use the weight machines and cardio equipment.
Learn how to start, stop, and change settings on cardio machines, change seat height and weight selection on machines, and have a discussion of proper form on the weight machines.
*Please Note: an orientation is not a personal training session.*
Interested in Personal Training?
- Complete a Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q)
- Give us 1-3 business days to review your submission and to receive a follow-up call/e-mail.
REGISTER FOR ASSESSMENTS
Measure Your Body Composition. (REGISTER)
**Ask your trainer for baseline assessments, which can include:
- Circumference Measurements
- Movement Assessments
- Fitness Assessments
REGISTER FOR SESSIONS
Our Fitness Center
A complimentary session for JCC members to learn the Cybex selectorized strength equipment and cardio machines.
Participants should expect to learn how to adjust machine settings and determine appropriate resistance.
A workout card will be provided to record machine setting and exercise information for future use.
Personal Training Jumpstart
Jumpstart your fitness and tackle your goals with 3 one-hour personal training sessions for just $135 and get a fitness assessment free! Only available during the 1st month of new memberships.
BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS
Monitoring changes with a simple weight scale or Body Mass Index provides limited ability to accurately track changes as they only highlight changes in weight and thus fail to encompass progress in muscle gain or fat loss. To support ongoing success through physical activity, understanding body composition with InBody is key.
In less than 45 seconds, the InBody 570 Test provides personal trainers with easy-to-understand, accurate and objective measurements to evaluate a member’s body composition:
- Assess muscle distribution and target areas weakened by injury.
- Identify muscle and fat imbalances in each segment of the body.
- Monitor changes to determine efficacy of an exercise program and diet plans to ensure long-term success.
Ready to schedule an appointment?