New Year, New You: How to Save Money on a Chicago Fitness Trainer

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In the past, a Chicago fitness trainer was a luxury for the rich and famous. Today, the average Chicago resident can afford personalized training assistance if they know where to look. Craig Kastning of Chi-Town Boot Camps offers advice on how to get personal trainer services for as low as $1.

A Chicago gym and fitness trainer used to be a luxury for the rich and famous. However, the average Chicago resident can afford access to training services if he or she knows where to look. Craig Kastning, Chicago fitness trainer and owner of a Chi-Town Boot Camps facility, offers his advice on getting fit locally on a budget.

“One of the most affordable ways to gain access to a Chicago weight loss and fitness trainer is to sign up for a boot camp,” he says. “You’ll get some personalized one-on-one time with the trainer during your initial consultation, where you can ask any questions you may have, talk about your goals, and get a customized monthly meal suggestion chart. You’ll be weighed and measured, so you can chart your progress at different program milestones. Our clients really like that little bit of extra attention, so they don’t feel alienated – like just another face in the crowd.”

He says that program participants can receive the initial Chicago fitness trainer consultation and a week of (three, one-hour) boot camp classes for just $1! “We want people to experience boot camp, see the value it provides, and learn just how affordable our group classes really are,” Kastning explains. “Most people feel extremely inspired after just one class and want to continue coming week after week to reach their weight loss or other fitness goals.”

Another way to find affordable Chicago fitness trainer sessions is to refer others or bring friends. “Referrals are a personal trainer’s bread-and-butter. We’re willing to pay you back for every new client you bring us, so it always pays to ask around and see if anyone you know has similar goals for the coming year. At my club, I give people a month of free boot camp for every person they bring in. Every fitness club has its own promotions; all you need to do is ask.”

The last way to find a Chicago fitness trainer for less is to capitalize on the slower times. “If you come in here the first week of January and expect to get a special rate, you’ll be sorely disappointed,” Kastning explains. The New Year’s rush is crazy every year, as fitness and health issues gain added focus in people’s resolutions and desires to have a fresh start. Yet, there can be some pretty juicy deals around the holidays. “In December, you’ll see a last-minute push for new clients. A Chicago fitness trainer wants to enjoy the holidays knowing that they have new business coming in.” If people are willing to pay for a set number of months in full before the program begins, they will also see large savings, he adds.

To book time with a Chicago fitness trainer for $1, visit http://www.ChiTownBootCampsblog.com for details.

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