One-on-one, or Group?
Updated: Mar 23, 2018
Everyone is different.
We all have different preferences, different likes and dislikes, different skill sets.
At Triangle CrossFit, we strive to meet you where you are on your fitness journey, and provide the best option for you to achieve your goals.
One avenue for you to consider on your fitness journey is Personal Training, or PT. One-on-one training can provide different opportunities than you might have in a group training setting. For example, if the group class times don't work with your busy schedule, you may consider PT, as the sessions are determined by your availability. This kind of flexibility can be life changing for those of us with busy schedules.
You may also choose PT to supplement your current training. Group classes are great - they provide a fun atmosphere of training where you can work out alongside your friends, and maybe push just a little harder than you might have if you were alone, knowing someone else is also racing the clock. But on the flip side, it can be difficult for your coach to really focus in on improving your movement on that Overhead Squat, for example, when they are also on a clock and there are 15 other people in the class. One of the greatest parts about CrossFit is that it is essentially one-on-one training in a group setting. But the amount of time the coach can spend with you is naturally limited. Supplementing your group training with PT provides that little extra attention on those goats you want to work on, but can't seem to find the time - think pull ups, or your core strength... or maybe your 1 rep max deadlift you've plateaued on for 6 months now.
That is why I am happy to announce the newest edition to our team at Triangle CrossFit, Brandon Nicholson!
Brandon is a graduate of the National Personal Training Institute of Lisle, Illinois and is nationally certified under the American Council on Exercise. He is also a 10-year US Army Veteran, during which time he served at Fort Huachuca, Fort Bragg, Eglin Air Force Base, and was deployed to Afghanistan. Brandon is currently a student at Wake Tech Community College studying Health and Fitness Science.
Brandon is passionate about helping people meet and exceed their fitness goals and enjoys being a part of their fitness journey. He finds the most rewarding part of his career is seeing the impact a commitment to a healthier lifestyle has on the lives of his clients.
Brandon is originally from Huntingburg, Indiana, and currently resides in Holly Springs with his fiancé, Celeste, and two children.
If you are interested in learning more about Personal Training and how it can help you reach your goals, click here to schedule a time to meet with Brandon!
So, what are you waiting for?
Give us a call today and take that next step towards a sustainable, healthy lifestyle!