Personal Training Programs and Counseling
Updates for spring 2017 coming soon
Whether you're avoiding the Freshmen 15 or want to improve your overall wellness, this program will help you on your way to your fitness goals. Freshman Fit is focused on helping participants make strides in their fitness and wellness journey, and will help them make better decisions about working out and eating healthy.
The Freshman Fit program is designed to integrate our freshmen into fitness and MTSU's Rec Center. The program runs the entire 13 weeks of the semester, August 29- November 21. Included in the program cost of $50 is:
- Weekly meetings with a trainer and nutrition mentor
- Detailed workouts and meal guide
- Peer support Facebook Page
- Motivational emails
- All Access Fitness Pass
- Yoga, Zumba, TRX, etc.
The program is limited to 50 participants. Click the link below to print the registration form.
One-on-One Personal Training
For those who need a little help getting where they want to be when it comes to exercise!
Each session is 60 minutes.
Faculty, Staff, & Alumni Rates
*Groups are capped at three so the trainer will have adequate time to observe and train each person for risk management.
Develop a plan that works for you; meet when you have time in your schedule!
Sign up in the Campus Recreation Office anytime
Raider Ready Program
Raider Ready is a 3-session program that will help you figure out where you are and allow you to go where you never thought you could on your own! Each session will last 45-60 minutes. This program is $40 for students and $55 for faculty, staff, and alumni.
|Session 1||Fitness Assessment and exercise prescription|
|Session 2||Personal training session catering to individualized fitness program|
|Individual training program and exercise tracking sheet|
|Session 3||Consultation and program revision|
Weight Training Orientation is a 30-minute program that includes an equipment/exercise orientation as well as
an exercise tracking sheet to record progress. The cost is $5 for students and $10
for faculty, staff, and alumni.
A basic fitness assessment will last 30-45 minutes and costs $12 for students, $18 for faculty, staff, and alumni. Tests included with this assessment are blood pressure, body composition, cadriovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, and flexibility. After these, you will recieve an evaluation of current fitness level and a comprehensive fitness report.
To register for any of these programs, stop by the office Monday through Friday 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.
For more information about any of these programs, contact the Fitness Department at 615-898-2104.