FAQ

FAQ

All trainers are Nationally Certified, the gold standard for program accreditation in the health and fitness industry. They are also CPR and First Aid certified. All of our trainers are required to maintain continuing education. This way we are always up to date with the current information in our industry.

A Personal Trainer is an individual who has earned a certification that demonstrates they have achieved a level of competency for creating and delivering safe and effective exercise programs for individuals and groups or those with medical clearance to exercise. They motivate clients by collaborating to set goals, providing meaningful feedback, and by being a reliable source for accountability.

We train a wide demographic of clients from beginner to advanced training levels. We will work around any injury you may have.

We are a state of the art facility containing some of the best equipment in the industry. We carry equipment from Watson, Prime Fitness USA, Rogue Fitness and Perform Better.

Revival Fitness is strictly a by-appointment personal training studio, which means clients do not need to pay membership fees or yearly maintenance fees.

It depends on your workout experience, but we typically recommend three sessions a week.

We will be going over your goals and you will get to see everything Revival Fitness has to offer. Wear workout clothes because you will be taken through a quick workout that way your trainer can see your strengths and weaknesses. After that we will give you a recommendation on how many sessions a week will get you to your goals the fastest way possible.

You may be sore after you’re sessions. Delayed onset muscle soreness will usually occur 24-48 hours after you workout. During your workout your muscles will experience microscopic tears, this is normal. Your body then will repair those tears making your muscles stronger and potentially bigger. Protein will speed up your healing process and ensure you experience a progression in your next workout.