- Is the training one on one?
- How many days a week should I train?
- How long does a training session last at Athletes in Training?
- How should I prepare for my training session?
- Should I train year round?
- What types of people do you train?
- How much does it cost to train at Athletes In Training?
- Where is your facility located?
- What is an assessment?
Is the training one on one?
We train our clients in a semi private environment. It allows our clients to train with like-minded people in small groups and receive a premium service. The groups consist of at least three to seven clients and one coach per group. This setting is conducive for our clients to learn our system of training. As a result our clients become empowered, encouraged and have a better chance of attaining their fitness goals. More importantly, we believe it produces a friendly camaraderie with like-minded people working together to attain their fitness goals.
How many days a week should I train?
We have programs to meet all of our clients’ goals. Our athletic program allows our clients to train three days a week. The athletes’ choice will be based on several factors including but not limited to goals, age, in season or off-season and experience.
Our adult clients have the same option. Our Adult Smart Group training class meets 3 days a week.
How long does a training session last at Athletes in Training?
Our adult class is 60 minutes, while our athletes train for 90 minutes.
How should I prepare for my training session?
At Athletes in Training we try to empower our clients by providing our clients with information to ensure their fitness success. Having a successful training session in the gym starts before you get to the gym. In preparation for a training session every client must get seven to eight hours of rest the night before his or her training session. Proper rest will enhance your performance in the gym and ensure proper recovery from an intense training bout.
Pre-workout and post workout nutrition is also an intricate part of the training process. Sixty to ninety minutes prior to training clients should eat a well-balanced meal, which includes healthy carbohydrates, lean proteins and healthy fats. Hydrating throughout the day, as well as drinking plenty of fluids during your training session will also ensure a positive response to exercise. Immediately following the training session clients’ should have a post recovery drink. This will ensure an optimal rate of the client recovering from the training session. Scientific research shows a 30% increase in a client’s recovery with the use of a post recovery drink that includes a balance of carbohydrates and protein. Following these simple guidelines will get you prepared for a great training session and aid in the implementation of a successful fitness program.
Should I train year round?
At Athletes In Training we believe fitness is an integral part of life. The most important aspect in attaining a high level of fitness is for exercise to become part of your everyday life. Year round consistency will play an important role in not only attaining your goals, but maintaining them as well. At Athletes In Training we create an environment and a support system to ensure that our clients live a healthy lifestyle 12 months a year.
What types of people do you train?
At Athletes In Training we train a large variety of clients. Clients range from a middle school or high school athlete, to a middle aged corporate vice president, to a stay at home mom of there. Our clients come from all walks of life.
How much does it cost to train at Athletes In Training?
At Athletes In training we offer a premium service and invest our time and effort to ensure that our all of our clients succeed in our program. However, we do everything possible to make our experience very affordable by offering various programs for adults and athletes.
Where is your facility located?
Our facility is located one mile north off exit 16N on the Southern State Parkway at 953 Hempstead Turnpike, in Franklin Square, New York. Parking is located in the rear of our facility, please enter through the rear entrance.
How can we contact you to set up a tour of your facility or get more information about your program?
For more information contact our Business Manager Jackie at 516-439-9441 or email her at Jackie@athletesintraining.net
What is an assessment?
An assessment is a simple grading system used to identify a client’s joint and muscle function in relation to their movement. This information allows our team to write the client an individual program based on their age, physical needs and goals. For more information about an assessment and schedule one, contact our Business Manager Jackie at 516-439-9441 or email her at Jackie@athletesintraining.net to secure the next available appointment.