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Four Tips for New Members

Joining a new gym can be intimidating, especially if you’re new to fitness. Now that you have your membership card, whats next? How do you decide what equipment to use? How do you know what exercises to try? At Courts Plus Community Fitness, we’re here to support you with advice, programs, classes and services that will help motivate you and provide you with the confidence to reach your health and fitness goals. Here are four tips for new Courts Plus members:

Set a regular workout schedule- Whether its first thing in the morning, over the noon hour, after work or later at night, it’s important to include your workout as part of your weekly schedule. A schedule will help you make exercise a habit and become a part of your routine. Not only will this help you start strong, but will help you remain consistent.

Get a FREE Orientation- Take advantage of a free orientation to help you decide what equipment to use and how to use it. A personal trainer will show you around the fitness areas and introduce you to all the weight and cardio machines that we offer. If needed, they can teach you how to use equipment safely and effectively. Schedule your orientation today by clicking here.

Utilize a Personal Trainer- Do you have specific questions regarding your workout routine? Our certified trainers can help! You will start with a free consultation, where you will discuss your personal/medical history, past exercise experience, goal setting and complete a fitness assessment. Your trainer will design an individualized workout plan and provide you with advice during your training session. Schedule your consult today by clicking here.

Try a group exercise class- Classes are available for all fitness levels and are FREE with your gym membership. This is a great opportunity to try something new, meet other members and try different workouts. Checkout our Group Fitness Schedule for a complete list of classes.

These are just a few tips to help get your started on your fitness journey at Courts Plus.

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