One-on-one training incorporates your goals, fitness assessments and any areas that are identified as a weakness in your program. Each participant who purchases a package will receive a free Polar TriFit fitness assessment. You will also receive an exercise program plan that details what you need to do on your own outside of your personal training session. Each workout is 60 minutes long and individualized to meet your goals.
This is an opportunity to work out with a friend or group of friends and a trainer. Small group training offers the chance to save some money and to be held to a higher level of accountability. Small group training incorporates your goals, fitness assessments and any areas that are identified as a weakness into your routine. You will receive an exercise program plan that details what you need to do on your own outside of your personal training sessions. Each workout is 60 minutes long and individualized to meet your goals. Each training participant who purchases a package will receive a free Polar TriFit fitness assessment. Participants are encouraged to have a training partner or partners that have similar goals and fitness levels. All small group training sessions must be completed with a partner present.
Personal trainer bios can be viewed at the PE Building service desk Room 108
HPS 4780, Community Fitness Testing Personal Training
The Campus Recreation @ Auraria personal training program offers personal training every fall and spring semester at a discounted price by working with students who are in HPS 4780, Community Fitness Testing. The student trainers in Community Fitness Testing are students in training who are majoring in the field of Adult Fitness. The students get academic credit for training one client one time per week in the personal training program. The cost for participating in the program as a client for the fall and spring semesters is $75.00 for students, faculty and staff. The length of the program will be approximately 9 weeks long starting in early October and ending in early December for fall semesters. For spring semesters, the program runs from late February or early March to early May. Participants will receive a free initial fitness assessment and a post re-assessment at the end of the semester. It is extremely important that those who choose to participate attend all training sessions with their student trainers.
Sign Up and Contact Information
How to sign up: initial consultation
Stop by room 108 in the PE building to complete a personal training contact information sheet. You will then be matched with a trainer that meets your availability and what you are looking for in a trainer. You will be contacted to set up an initial consultation when the personal training program has an opening that will work for your schedule. The 30-minute consultation will cover your medical history, goals, and interests and will be an opportunity for the client to ask questions regarding the personal training program and trainers. The client will be expected to purchase training sessions at the time of the initial consultation. You may also be required to get medical clearance prior to starting with the trainer.
What to Expect After Registering
All new personal training clients get a free initial fitness assessment. Clients who want a re-assessment after beginning the program must use one of the paid training sessions. Clients are assessed in the following areas:
In order for the fitness assessment to be accurate we ask participants to follow the criteria listed below:
Source: ACSM’s Guidelines for Exercise Testing and Prescription, 8th Edition.
For more information, please contact:
Louie Morphew, Associate Director at Lmorphe1@msudenver.edu
Trainers are obligated to wait up to 15 minutes for a client to arrive past their scheduled start time. After 15 minutes, the trainer is allowed to leave and the client will be charged for the session. Sessions that start late will end one-hour from the scheduled start time.