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Our Y offers personal and specialty training to help you set and meet your personal fitness goals. Whether you're new to the gym and seeking extra guidance, a triathlete needing support training for a big race, wanting to break out of a fitness plateau, or looking to enhance your functional fitness for everyday life, our trainers will help you reach your goals in a way that works best for you!

I love the Y because of the motivation it gives me. My advice to members on a health and fitness journey – Don’t give up! Keep pushing through! You are stronger than you think!  - Rachelle P, Kent YMCA member

Thanks to Ryan, I am the fittest and strongest I’ve ever been. I started training with him two years ago to help me overcome back and knee pain and to achieve my fitness goals. I had not used much strength equipment or free weights before and had only participated in group classes. He’s incredibly knowledgeable and takes time to teach proper form, make adjustments as needed, and explains why we are doing the exercise. He motivates and challenges me to do more than I think I can. Training with him has given me the confidence and skills to lift weights on my own and I am forever grateful! - Stephanie Chen, Coal Creek Family YMCA member

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are the benefits of working with a personal trainer?

Most of us know we need to exercise more, but don't know where to start, what to do, or how much/how often to do it. The benefits depend on your particular needs and goals. Personal trainers assess their clients and make a customized, progressive exercise plan. For experienced exercisers, personal trainers can assist clients in breaking throsugh plateaus or boredom by selecting exercises that will continue to challenge the body in new ways.

How do I know who the right trainer is for me?

Talk with the Healthy Living Director at your local Y to see which personal trainer might be the best fit for you. Look for a trainer who has education and/or experience that match your needs and goals. Ask for a consultation to get to know them better!

Can I request a personal trainer?

Yes, if that particular trainer has time available during your desired workout time.

What can I expect in an average session?

The first session will focus on health history, physical assessments, and discussion around goals and interests. The following sessions will focus on an exercise routine that facilitates progression toward your goals.

Will my personal trainer work with pre-existing injuries or conditions?

Yes. At the first session, any pre-existing injuries should be discussed with the personal trainer so he or she can modify an exercise routine to best address that issue. If the injury or condition is something that would jeopardize your safety while exercising, a medical clearance may be requested from your physician.

How do I sign up?

You can purchase personal training above or fill out a Personal Training Request form at your local Y. The Healthy Living Director will pass on the request to the appropriate personal trainer, who will call you to schedule your first appointment. Personal training fees must be paid prior to the first appointment.

If I currently have a membership scholarship, do I also have a scholarship for personal training?

Yes! If you have a membership scholarship, you also have a program scholarship. Before you complete your purchase of personal training, you will see your scholarship price in your cart. You may also contact your local Y or call (206) 382-5022 to learn your specific program scholarship.

What is the cost of personal training?
  • Private
    • YMCA Members: $69 for 60 minutes | $41 for 30 minutes
    • Community Members: $86 for 60 minutes | $63 for 30 minutes
  • Partner:
    • YMCA Members: $96 for 60 minutes for two people
    • Community Members: $118 for 60 minutes for two people
  • Pilates Reformer Private:
    • YMCA Members: $70 for 60 minutes
    • Community Members: $105 for 60 minutes
  • Pilates Reformer Duet:
    • YMCA Members: $99 for 60 minutes for two people
    • Community Members: $147 for 60 minutes for two people
  • Small Group Series: Pricing varies by series length and specialty but ranges from $20 to $27 per class for YMCA members or $24.50 to $41 for Community Members.
What happens after I sign up?

After you purchase personal training, our team will be in touch to set a day and time that works with you and/or your partner's schedule.

Who do I contact for questions or more information?

You can email or stop by your local YMCA for more information.


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