NBD training zone Large Class Training

Large-Group Training (LGT) each class has a different theme and specific goals. LGT is a great way to achieve maximum results at a fraction of the cost of a Personal Training Session. LGT is a 60-minute class using our scientifically designed exercise program that simultaneously focuses on the four main components of true fitness: Fat Loss, Core Strength, Muscle Tone, and Cardiovascular Conditioning. Each LGT class is highly energetic.  Certified Fitness Professionals will motivate and guide you to success. LGT classes have a maximum capacity of 12-18 clients, so you will consistently receive attention and direction to maximize your results. You can literally burn up to 800 calories in each 60-minute LGT class!

If you have tried to workout alone and failed, then you need the camaraderie, fun, and accountability of a large class.


A group exercise class can offer more encouragement and motivation than working out in a solo environment.  Group exercise improves quality of life, reduces stress far more than individual work outs.  A 2017 study of group exercise participants showed significant improvements in all three quality of life measures: mental (12.6 percent), physical (24.8 percent) and emotional (26 percent).  The energy within a group exercise class is a great motivation for encouraging you to increase your output and get the most out of the class.


Activities are always more fun in a group. Whether you’re kickboxing, cycling, or lifting weights, don’t do it alone. Working out in a group setting allows you to laugh, to enjoy yourself, and to pass the time more quickly.  If you are engaged in a workout that you love, you’re more likely to recommend it to your friends.


Group training can provide an abundance of new exercises and training regimes whilst challenging you in ways you aren’t likely to challenge yourself.  A bit of structure can go a long way in formatting your workout and keep you coming back to the gym long-term. It is much more difficult to bail on the set-time of scheduled class.  Use the structure of group class provides comprehensive exercise to keep you on track and to be accountable to your fitness goals.


Variety is key to keeping you challenged and to prevent boredom. As your body adapts to new workouts, it plateaus, and you get less and less from the exercise. Mixing your routine up with group exercise classes not only keeps you pushing yourself harder, but it also allows you to focus on different muscle groups on different days. Did a weightlifting class last week? Why not try Pilates tomorrow? Keep it interesting and you’ll keep seeing results.


When it comes to working out, we all have our insecurities. These can be difficult to overcome, especially if you’re new to your fitness regime.  The solution is group exercise classes. You’ll be guided through a workout by a qualified trainer and surrounded by a group of people who are all as focused on the same workout. No more overthinking, no more skipping the gym!

Time Management

Being able to book a large group exercise class ahead of time will allow you to better manage your time. Knowing when and where you need to be and for how long will let you slot regular exercise into your everyday life without any imposition felt.


A large group exercise class is an excellent way of meeting like-minded people. Having a gym friend who encourages you to attend and motivates you to exercise is an excellent system of accountability. Even if you’re not looking to make friends, it’s a great idea to surround yourself with people with similar goals to keep you invested.

Mental Health

While exercise in general is great for your mental health, a group exercise class is an excellent way of maintaining regular workouts while also reducing your stress levels and increasing your contact with like-minded gym-goers. As said above, this will help you to stay motivated and feel even better about yourself as you progress!

NBD Training Zone 973-267-0500 or register for a class online at https://www.nbdfitness.com/large-group-training/




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