Our studio is located at 695 Inustrial Road, Unit # 9. We are very focused on working with individuals and small groups who prefer personalized programs that are led and monitored closely by our Canfit Pro trained Personal trainers.
Grand River Fitness is a studio not a Gym. What's the difference ?
As a studio we are very focused on individual results. We are not incented by sales quota's so we can give 100% of our time to helping our clients achieve their desired goals.
Client goals can be quite different, they may desire more energy, greater flexibility, weight loss, strong muscles and bones, greater endurance etc.. Understanding these needs and tailoring a program that is very specific to defined goals is what gets results.
Add to this regular monitoring and timely adjustments to the program will maximize the benefits from the program.
Working with our CanFit Ppro qualified personal trainers is the BEST way to achieve individual results. Your trainer will provide the expertise, motivation, and progressive plan to get you where you want to be. Free consultation, competitive rates.
Improvement Programs for:
What's New and Trendy
Recently CBC news did a piece on what are the hot trends in the fitness world. The top three were
1. High Intensity Training
2. Functional Stregnth Training
3. Seniors wanting to manintain functionality and flexibility.
While I totally agree with these choices I found it gratifying that Grand River Fitness has been focused on these requirements for many years.
HIIT (High Intensity, interval training) is not a new concept. It is an amazing way of building cardio vascular stregnth and burning calories.
Functional stregnth is resistence training training focused on developing muscles to make everyday body movements strong and fluid.
Senior training is very exciting because more and more seniors are realizing that their quality of life is tightly connected to their lifestyle habits.
Want more information ? contact us and we will be very happy to help.
Thought for the Day
Calories in ......... burn em!! or wear em!!
The average person needs around 1800 to 2000 calories a day assuming they are reasonably active.
So avoid empty calories, calories that add to your daily budget but have little or no nutritional value.
Ask the Trainer
Often we see people working out who are using incorrect techiques that can inhibit results or worse still lead to injury. Often there are simple answers to questions regarding choice of exercise, dietary questions etc.. If you have a question give us a try we will do our best to get you an answer.
Ian loves a challenge ...