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Personal Trainer and Chef Services
972 Rue Madora Blvd, Bear, Delaware 19701

Expect 2 Get Fit
Personal Trainers in Delaware get you fit at home.
- Greenville, Delaware
- Newark, Delaware
- Wilmington, Delaware

Fun 2B Fit
Specializing in In Home Personal Training, Outdoor Personal Training and Online Personal Training.
Newark, Delaware

Delaware Mobile Fitness --› Quick Tips
Delaware Personal Training and Nutritional Planning
Serving New Castle County, Delaware

Gentle Wellness 4 Life
Delaware Personal Training, Exercise and Wellness Programs for Seniors
Serving New Castle County, DE and Cecil County, MD

Joyce's Wellness Services
In-home, one-on-one personal training - Workshops & Wellness coaching
P.O. Box 11964, Wilmington, DE 19850

Somatic Fitness
Affordable Personal Training
16 S. Market St. Plaza, Smyrna, Delaware 19977

Visionary Trainers Inc.
We bring the training to you in home, gym, or studio, at a time that’s convenient for you.
Serving New Castle County, DE

Delaware Fitness Centers

Kent County

Fitness Valle Personal Training - Darryl Bassett
Personal Trainer - Health Fitness Instructor
Dover, Delaware

Kyle Long Fitness
Regardless of your goals, I will train you to reach your absolute potential, and will make fitness a staple in your life.
Dover, Delaware

Visionary Trainers Inc.
Personal Fitness Experts
Serving Kent County, Delaware


Personal Training Advice from the Experts

What is the difference between group personal training and fitness boot camps?

Group personal training and boot camps are an excellent, time and cost-effective way to get in shape. Both are conducted in groups, usually with one or two instructors. And, both can be held several times a week at various times to get you in fabulous shape! However, there are some differences and you should consider these differences when deciding which type is for you.

Group personal training classes are typically smaller groups for any fitness or age range. Classes should require the use of strength training equipment, such as weighted bars, dumbbells, medicine balls, benches, and kettle bells. At least 50% of the class should be devoted to the use of this equipment. Attendees should use a weight that is difficult to lift at no more than 12-15 repetitions. Sometimes held in a circuit style fashion, classes are smaller due to heavier use of weights and to keep a close eye on attendees. High intensity movements such as running in place or high knee runs and jumping jacks are integrated throughout to keep the heart pumping and calories burning. Since the groups are smaller, there tends to be more variety with equipment choices and exercises. And, attendees have a more personalized feel and the risk of injury is less than with larger groups.

Boot Camps tend to be larger groups with, sometimes, up to 30 to 50 people. They can be held anywhere, indoors, outdoors, at parks, schools, businesses, etc. They are great for people who have a lot of space, but not a lot of equipment. The group session consist of a lot of high intensity cardio based exercises like jumping jacks, sprints, burpees, and mountain climbers. They should also include resistance training like calisthenics, core, and high rep dumbbell training.

About the Author: Laura Kraman is owner and head personal trainer at Mobile Fitness. She has been a personal trainer for approximately 8 years and her main certifications include NASM Certified Personal Trainer, IFPA Certified Sports Nutrition Specialist, and IFPA Advanced Personal Trainer in Program Design. She became a full-time fitness trainer due her passion for strength training and helping people reach their weight loss and fitness goals. She empathizes with those whom have weight problems and believes there in no "one size fits all" approach to weight loss, which is evident in her workout and nutritional programs. To her trainers and clients, she stresses the importance over consistency and form before adding intensity. She also can modify any exercise, so even the most "out-of-shape" person, can exercise without injury.

To contact us, call (302) 233-6133 or email: lkraman [at] or visit our website

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