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New Yorks Mid City Gym to Offer Complimentary Membership(July 15, 2014)
New York City, NY (PRWEB) July 15, 2014
New York Citys Mid City Gym, the longest continually operating gym in the country, is now proud to offer complimentary memberships to members that make a 4-month commitment to one of their personal training programs.
Mid City Gym is one of New York Citys top fitness facilities. Numerous entertainment stars, world famous bodybuilders, and athletes have visited it over the years. The gym continues to provide the same level of service, and the same family-run feel, as it did when it opened in 1962.
Commitment to regular training is necessary to see desired fitness results. Too many people begin exercising only to become discouraged a few weeks later. Mid City Gyms goal is to encourage members to make a commitment to themselves in achieving their health and fitness goals.
Mid City Gym personal training packages start with a 4-month commitment so results can actually be seen and experienced. Fitness is a gradual process that starts small and is built up, day-by-day, week-by-week, and month-by-month. There are no shortcuts in fitness. It takes work, patience, and commitment to reach goals. A 4-month personal training program provides the commitment that people need to put in the dedicated time to achieve these results.
A 4-month commitment to personal training allows fitness to become a regular part of the lifestyle. It integrates training into daily life until it becomes routine. The key to achieving fitness success is making a commitment for a dedicated amount of time. It is not about joining a program and buying sessions along the way.
Using a personal trainer has numerous benefits. First and foremost is accountability and motivation. Once a personal trainer is hired, the member and the trainer will meet in person to discuss and record current fitness levels. Goals will be set and a realistic and achievable exercise plan will be made that includes times and dates to reach their goals.
A solid routine will be developed that offers the most realistic ways to reach the members goals. Mid City Gym offers personal training options to fit anyones fitness levels, goals, time availability, and budget. Their expertise allows them to tailor effective programs for those returning to the gym for the first time in months and for those that already visit the gym on a regular basis.
Personal training pairs the member directly with the trainer. Each session with the trainer is spent one-on-one with the focus solely on the member, allowing for consistent and informative feedback on factors such as proper technique and form to prevent injury, improve recovery, and increase the overall effectiveness of the workouts.
Personal Training Program Pricing
Mid City Gym personal training packages that fall under the complimentary membership offer with a 4-month customer commitment include:
4 Personal training sessions per month - $199/month, Gym membership is complimentary
8 Personal training sessions per month - $360/month, Gym membership is complimentary
More personal training sessions per month are available upon request. Rates and special offer subject to change after July 31, 2014.
About Mid City Gym
Currently owned by personal trainer, Vince Consalvo, Mid City Gym is the oldest gym in New York City with over 52 years of continuous operation. It has been shaping the tri-state area since it opened in 1962.
Today, Mid City Gym combines a fully equipped fitness facility with a comfortable, friendly, and unpretentious workout environment. A staff of expert personal trainers are on hand to provide help and feedback. Mid City Gym also provides tanning facilities that include their state-of-the-art Hex II Tanning Booths.
Countless celebrities including Leonardo Di Caprio, Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, Dwayne The Rock Johnson, Monica Brant, and Arnold Schwarzenegger have visited Mid City Gym in the course of its existence.
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