What is considered small group training?

Small-group training consists of a coach working with a group of three to eight clients. Keeping the number of participants in the group to a maximum of eight allows the personal trainer to establish a connection with each person while still paying adequate attention to the participants' safety, form, and alignment throughout the workout.

 Small-group training is here to stay and is an important way to generate energy in a facility. Members want different experiences within the same place.

The same kinds of training sessions will only draw the same kinds of participants if you offer a variety of different experiences in your small-group instruction. In order to develop this kind of training, there are a number of factors that need to be considered. These factors can lead to new approaches, and different client groups can be energized by the experience of participating in group exercise.