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FIT Small Group Training at SAFFP

Functional, intense, training is the core of SAFFP's unique FIT program. We have combined all the benefits of personal training (safety, education, accountability, intimacy, and motivation) with the benefits of group fitness (fun, competitive, and community) in order to give YOU the best outcome-

a better quality of life for a fraction of the cost of traditional personal training. 

SAFFP currently has 6 different FIT session options that range from strength training to cycle rides. Learn more about each session type, check out our schedule, and sign up below!


Functional, Intense, Interval Training- a fast-paced, timed circuit-based small
group that often combines kickboxing moves with traditional bodyweight, strength
training, and cardio movements.


A proper fitness foundation is essential for success. Build yours with small group sessions that focus on balance, coordination, mobility, and proper form during movement. Ideal for ages 50 and older.

FIT Barre

These low-impact sessions focus on high-intensity isometric movements that will strengthen your entire body, while improving your core strength, posture, and flexibility using elements of Ballet, Yoga, and Pilates. After working each muscle group to the point of fatigue, muscles are stretched for relief to create tone and strength.

Saltwater FIT

The most low-impact small group session, thanks to the buoyancy of SAFFP’s saltwater pool! Low impact on joints, but high impact on endurance! This session focuses on improving your cardiovascular fitness and core stamina

Flex & Stretch

The perfect combo! Sessions packed with functional strength movements designed to improve your overall quality of life. Enjoy the benefits of dynamic stretching, assisted and/or guided static stretching, and foam rolling at the beginning and end of every session.


Coming in August 2021-Functional, Intense, Interval Training- a fast-paced, timed circuit-based small group that combines traditional spin class favs with cardio and bodyweight strength circuits. 


Ready to discover more about FIT? Get in touch!

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