Ballston’s newest fitness concept, Training Ground Arlington, provides personal trainers with high-end fitness equipment and exclusive gym space for operating their own programs while bringing some of the best trainers to local clients for truly personalized training.
Most importantly, clients can workout in an exclusive, safe, appointment-based facility without the worry of an uncontrolled gym environment.
Training Ground Arlington is an exclusive shared workspace where trainers can run their own businesses without the hassle of maintaining overhead. Trainers can focus their time and talents on developing personal programs that best benefit their clients. Clients benefit greatly from improved programming, flexible schedules and no cumbersome gym memberships.
Training Ground’s state-of-the-art facility is now open for business, with their soft opening starting this week. Now is the time for clients to get in on the ground floor by taking advantage of grand opening specials and for trainers to sign on while space is still available!
Training Ground is a partner of Next Phase Fitness & Strength Training in Courthouse, where trial personal training sessions can also be held.
For a free consultation, tour or a trial PT session, visit their website or email them directly at the email address below.
Training Ground Arlington is located at 850 N. Randolph Street in Ballston. For more information email [email protected].
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