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Personal Training

Personal Training is one-on-one instruction that incorporates goal setting and health education into challenging workouts specifically designed for each individual's specific needs. Your trainer will be there to instruct you on proper technique on a variety of exercises and at the same time, motivate you to achieve your lifestyle and fitness goals.

Click here to submit the personal training interest form!

Personal Training Packages
Introductory Package

Beaman Basics            $125

Beaman Basics is our new program focused on functional and foundational movements for people who are brand new to fitness, or people who would like to re-learn proper movement patterns. These twelve (12) 1-hour sessions will teach clients how to increase stability, mobility, and strength to improve activities of daily living. This package is $125 and can be repurchased multiple times.


One hour packages:
Bronze (5 sessions) $100
Silver (10 sessions) $200
Gold (15 sessions) $285
Platinum (20 sessions) $360
Super Semester (30 sessions) $540
Small Group Training Packages:
2 People 3 People 4 People
10 Sessions $130 per person $120 per person $110 per person
15 Sessions $187 per person $172 per person $157 per person
20 Sessions $240 per person $220 per person $200 per person
25 Sessions $287 per person $262 per person $237 per person


Half hour packages:

10 sessions             $115.00

15 sessions             $160.00

All personal training packages include a full pre- and post-assessment: A fitness assessment includes BMI, body fat percentage, heart rate ranges, BP, body measurements, cardiovascular & muscular endurance, and flexibility.

Other Services Available:

Virtual Program Design - FitRec is extremely excited to announce that it will continue offering virtual workout programming with our certified personal trainers to all members of the Belmont community throughout the fall semester. This incredible virtual programming opportunity will include an onboarding session where clients will discuss their training experience and goals with a trainer. The trainer will then write the client a four-week training program and assign it to them through our virtual coaching app. Once they receive a program, the trainer will check in with the client to ensure they have received the program and are comfortable with the prescribed exercises. Students, faculty, and staff will be able to sign up for virtual programming by submitting a Personal Training Interest Form and selecting the appropriate service option. Once a form has been submitted, FitRec’s personal training team will contact an interested client based on client preferences. The first month of Virtual Program Design costs $30 with each additional month costing $15 for refreshed programming. 

Fitness Assessment- BMI, body fat percentage, resting heart rate, blood pressure, body measurements, and cardiovascular and muscular endurance

Click here to submit the personal training interest form!

Why Hire a Personal Trainer?

  1. They provide you with health and fitness information to put you on the right path to achieve your goals
  2. They will motivate and push you to your greatest potential
  3. They provide proper exercise instruction to get the full benefit of the exercise and making your exercise program fun
  4. You're training for a specific event and want to enhance your performance

What is the difference between personal training and physical therapy?

In order to provide the best client experience that we can, it is important to identify our personal trainers’ scope of services. At Belmont University, we pride ourselves on being a growth centered program for trainers and clients, alike. We define our certified personal trainers as fitness professionals who have met the requirements established by a NCCA-accredited, national certifying organization. They assist clients by developing and implementing fitness programs for clients who have no apparent physical limitation or who have received medical clearance to exercise. With that being said, our trainers are not equipped to provide physical therapy – treatment of individuals of all ages who have medical problems or other health-related conditions, illnesses, or injuries that limits their abilities to move and perform functional activities as well as they would like in their daily lives. While these positions are similar, they differ in their scopes of practice, educational requirements, licensure, and work environments. If you are interested in Personal Training, please follow the link below to submit a Personal Training Interest form. If you believe that you may need advanced training or even physical therapy, please review our Physical Therapy Referral List by clicking here.

For more information, check out a more detailed description of each profession by following the link below.
Difference between Physical Therapy and Personal Training