Personal Training

The Personal Training program provides participants with both the tools and education necessary to accomplish personal health and fitness goals in a non-intimidating, one-on-one atmosphere. Whether you just decided to start exercising habitually, are training for a sport-specific goal, or planning on participating in your first 5K or triathlon, our personal trainers can help you achieve your goal. Campus Recreation personal trainers are certified through nationally recognized organizations such as the American Council on Exercise (ACE), American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) or the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM).

Click here for the Campus Recreation Personal Training Program policies and procedures 

Fitness Assessment

A personal trainer will assess the 5 components of fitness: cardiovascular endurance, body composition, muscular endurance, muscular strength and flexibility. Results obtained from the fitness assessment provide an accurate measure of your current fitness level, and serve as a baseline to design an individualized exercise program based on personal health and fitness goals. Regular assessments are a great way to track change over time. Our personal training staff will compare your results to peers in your age group, using guidelines established by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). Fitness assessments are approximately 45-60 minutes in length.

Every semester personal trainers offer free blood pressure and body composition screenings at the recreation center.

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Personal training sessions

Clients can purchase single sessions or choose from a variety of packages available. A complimentary fitness assessment is included in the 1-, 2- and 4-session package pricing. Complimentary pre- and post- fitness assessments are included in the 8-, 12- and 18-package pricing. Personal training sessions are 60 minutes in length.

Team Training

2-person team training is available to encourage clients to exercise with friends or peers. During a training session the team will be performing the same exercise program. Complimentary fitness assessments completed  separately with each client. Hold each other accountable! Personal training sessions are 60 minutes in length.

Specialized personal training sessions

Specialized personal training sessions allow clients to learn new skills, move toward more advanced training, and bridge plateaus often experienced when adhering to the same exercise program for too long. Focus on kettlebells, TRX®, high intensity training (HIT) or heart rate training. Complimentary session-specific assessment included in package pricing. Specialized personal training sessions are 30 minutes in length.

Fees

  Student Fac/Staff Alumni Non-Member
Fitness Assessment Only $20 $25 $25 $30

Personal Training (60 Min)

       
1 Session $30 $35 $35 $40
2 Sessions $40 $50 $50 $70
4 Sessions $80 $100 $100 $140
8 Sessions* $145 $192 $192 $264
12 Sessions* $192 $276 $276 $372
18 Sessions* $270 $360 $360 $450

Team Training (60 Min)

       
4 Sessions $140 $160 $160 $180
8 Sessions* $260 $280 $280 $300
12 Sessions* $380 $400 $400 $420

Specialized Personal Training (30 Min)

       
Kettlebells, per session $15 $18 $18 $20
TRX, per session $15 $18 $18 $20
High Intensity Training, per session $15 $18 $18 $20
Heart Rate Training, per session $15 $18 $18 $20

*complimentary pre- and post- fitness assment included

Personal training services registration

To register for personal training services, please print and complete the Health History Questionnaire (HHQ) form below. Once the Associate Director receives your HHQ, you will be matched with a personal trainer who best suits your personal health and fitness goals within 5-7 business days.

Health History Questionnaire

Become a Personal Trainer

Are you a UCCS student who enjoys sessions with your personal trainer, and often wonder if you have what it takes to personal train others yourself? The answer is yes! The Fitness program offers multi-week training programs to prepare students for employment as group fitness instructors, cycle instructors or personal trainers at Campus Recreation. For more information, visit provide link to the web page.

Personal Training educational workshops

Introduction to Kettlebells
Attend this 45-minute workshop to learn how to choose an appropriate kettlebell weight for your ability and skill level, perform basic kettlebell movements, and do so with appropriate form and postural alignment. Meet in the Group Fitness studio. All ability and skill levels welcome. No experience necessary. RSVP at fitness@uccs.edu
Fee: $5

Introduction to TRX®
Attend this 45-minute workshop to learn about the benefits provided by functional training, how to safely and effective use TRX® suspension training, and how to incorporate basic TRX® exercises into your existing exercise routine. Meet in the Group Fitness studio. All ability and skill levels welcome. No experience necessary. RSVP at fitness@uccs.edu
Fee: FREE

Intro to Synrgy360T
The most versatile equipment piece in the fitness center! Attend this 45-minute workshop to learn about the major muscle groups affected by strength and functional training, how to safely and effectively use the stations and accessories within the Synrgy360T, and how to incorporate basic exercises into your existing exercise routine. Meet on the fitness center floor, right by the Synrgy360T. All ability and skill levels welcome. No experience necessary. RSVP at fitness@uccs.edu
Fee: FREE

“Ask a Personal Trainer” table
Ask the Campus Recreation personal training staff any question you would like! Personal trainers are certified through nationally recognized organizations, and are here to aid students, faculty/staff and the UCCS community in their quest to lead a healthy lifestyle. Ask about our “Deal of the Day!”
Fee: FREE

Click here for this semester’s educational workshops schedule.

For any questions or comments related to the Personal Training program, please e-mail fitness@uccs.edu