We’ve had a great summer here at The PrivatGym™ | Rittenhouse. Even as we look for another Philly Personal Trainer – or two.
Chris and Hector ventured to Maine for a northern respite.
Tim and Hector have enjoyed a little wedding madness.
Tim’s improved his already awesome golf game.
And Tenley is powering towards another “Gardens of Distinction” award.
So, while we’ve been relaxing, we haven’t been idle.
As Labor Day approaches, we’re catching our breath. And thinking that life’s good.
We feel lucky and grateful, largely because of our clients’ support and enthusiasm.
Every Philly Personal Trainer at The PrivatGym™ | Rittenhouse LOVES working with all of you.
With your support, we’ve had a great work summer too!
And we’re accelerating as we head into fall. A lot is happening here at The PrivatGym™ thanks to you.
We’re adding another Philly Personal Trainer. He’s an additional exercise physiologist to serve our growing number of client partners. Like the rest of our team he has a 4-year degree and excellent certifications. (Learn more about our exercise physiologist team).
Each Philly Personal Trainer at The PrivatGym™ | Rittenhouse has a 4-year degree, more than 4,000 hours of experience and multiple certifications.
And, we’re creating a physical therapy practice. It will be as private and personal as your training experience.
You’ve asked us for massage/manual therapy and stretching. That’s coming too. And we’ll be adding a 6th Philly Personal Trainer later in the fall.
And most exciting, we’re adding 3,700 square feet of new PrivatGym™ facilities on our fourth floor. (You can check it out on Instagram.)
Starting in December, when you workout with your Philly Personal Trainer you’ll train with state-of-the-art Keiser equipment. And we’re expanding our range of Cybex machines. Of course, we’re expanding our cardio equipment. We’ll even have a turf runway for plyometric exercises.
So this weekend we’re taking a break. And we hope that you do too.
Let’s enjoy family, friends and a few nice days before we dive into fall.