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Duke Diet & Fitness Center – Virtual Personal Training

July 21, 2020

We are now offering a safe, non-contact personal training in partnership with the Duke Health & Fitness Center. Work with a trainer from the comfort and convenience of your own home or location of your choice. Our staff will assist you in developing good habits to achieve fitness goals. Virtual personal training sessions will be hosted in WebEx or Zoom. (HIPAA compliant)

Ways Virtual Personal Training is the Same as Traditional Personal Training

  • The same motivation & accountability
  • The same form & coaching
  • The same increase in effectiveness & safety of training
  • The same customization & individualized exercise prescription to the user

Ways Virtual Personal Training is not Like Traditional Personal Training

You don’t have to compete with:

  • weather
  • traffic
  • crowds
  • distractions trying to deter you

Additional Benefits to Virtual Personal Training over Traditional Personal Training

  • Learn to utilize tools/equipment you already have in your own home.
  • Plan & discuss how to stay active no matter your quarantine challenges.
  • Think about new strategies to implement physical activity and exercise into your current quarantine routine.

Virtual Personal Training Pricing:

  • The cost for a single session is $38.
    Six-session packages are $213 ($35.50 per session).
    Twelve-session packages are $399 ($33.25 per session).

For more information reach out to us at dfcinfo@mc.duke.edu

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