Loyola University Chicago

Campus Recreation

Division of Student Development

Personal Training

Announcement

New Personal Training Packages are not available for the remainder of the Spring Semester. We apologize for the inconvenience. We recommend you participating in our Group Fitness classes or utilizing our Cardio and Weight Room space until we are able to offer again

 

Student Packages
  30 mins 60 mins
Intro Pack:
2 Sessions
*New clients only
$50 $80
5 Sessions $115 $175
10 Sessions $200 $310
15 Sessions N/A $405
Faculty, Staff, & Alumni Packages
  30 mins 60 mins
Intro Pack:
2 Sessions
* New clients only
$60 $90
5 Sessions $145 $200
10 Sessions $260 $360
15 Sessions N/A $465
DUO TRAINING
(Prices listed are per person)
* 60 mins only Student Non-Student
2 Sessions
* New clients only
$50 $60
5 Sessions $110 $120
10 Sessions $190 $220
15 Sessions $250 $280

 

All Packages Include
Review of Exercise History
Fitness Assessment
Health and Fitness Goal Setting
Individualized Exercise Program
Follow-up Assessments

 Personal Training Flyer PDF

WebTrac Login:

Students, Faculty, Staff: https://lucapps.luc.edu/webtrac/
Alumni: https://halasrec.luc.edu/

Why Personal Training?

Personal training clients are required to complete a PT interest packet which includes questions on health history, exercise history, and preferred time of training. This entire form needs to be completed and discussed with the Fitness Program Coordinator prior to the start of any training sessions. 

This is a series of tests designed to assess various components of fitness including cardiovascular fitness, body-fat percentage, muscular strength, muscular endurance, balance, and flexibility. All fitness assessments will be completed during a separate meeting time prior to the start of any training sessions.  

All clients will meet with their assigned trainer to set specific health or fitness related goals prior to starting any training sessions. Goals are created collaboratively between the client and assigned trainer based on information from the fitness assessment and health history. 

An individualized exercise program is designed based on the individual’s fitness assessment results and personal fitness and health goals. This exercise plan will be carried out throughout the duration of the client’s training sessions.

Personal attention and support during exercise is the primary function of personal trainers. Clients are given detailed information that addresses the aerobic, strength, and flexibility components of an exercise program. Clients are educated on proper form for specific exercises, and on the safe way to use fitness equipment.

Following the successful completion of a personal training package, all clients have a chance to complete follow-up fitness assessments to assess progress and success overtime. 

Questions?  Contact Megan Morris at mmorris4@luc.edu