How-Fit Inc Company Information
- New Jersey
- United States
How-fit Personal Fitness Center is not a typical health club, but rather a private fitness facility where each client has an individual workout session with their own personal trainer. Answering the need for a cross-training facility that offers clients safe and effective programs for both diet and exercise by providing a team of professional trainers who take a personal interest in each client and give them proper guidance. There are no crowds or distractions to hinder progress, or waiting periods for equipment. Our qualified, professional trainers know each client>s program and chart the workouts for each session. You will receive undivided attention from your own personal trainer. How-fit offers a wide variety of programs including: one-on-one training, sports-specific conditioning, aero-boxing, kids fitness, and personalized diet plans. Whether you want to lose weight, lower blood pressure, reduce stress, relieve lower back pain, or condition for sports (golf, tennis, skiing, bicycling, etc.), we will customize a specific program for you.* *Trainers work with physicians to treat clients with high blood pressure, obesity, lower back problems, post-rehabilitative conditions, and other medical problems. When you begin a How-fit Program, a professional trainer determines your current fitness status through a health screening and health fitness evaluation, clarifying measurable realistic goals, and developing a program to help accomplish those goals. The program designed will incorporate the basic components of fitness: muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, and body composition. How-fit provides a personal atmosphere that will have you feeling right at home. With no crowds, an immaculate surrounding of the most modern equipment available today, and staff that is knowledgeable, motivating, and professional. NOTE: All of our trainers must meet stringent requirements before joining our team. A prerequisite is a degree in exercise physiology or nutrition, and /or certification by one or more of the following organizations: The American College of Sports Medicine, The American Council on Exercise, or the National Strength and Conditioning Association. CPR certification is mandatory as well as at least four years experience as a trainer.