Sometimes it’s nice to do your own thing while in the company of others.
Many of the obstacles preventing people from working out consistently (not knowing what to do, lacking sustained motivation, no one to hold them accountable) can be resolved through small group training.
On top of having your trainer there teaching you and helping to troubleshoot, you will get to learn from your fellow peers, and them from you.
Yes, you’ll still be working on your own plan, but you won’t be doing it in a vacuum.
You’ll be exposed to more instruction, more movements, and more unique bodies as compared to personal training. This can heighten one’s learning experience and lead to quicker progress.
A semi-private training environment can also provide invaluable camaraderie, social support, and accountability. This is why so many professional and college strength & conditioning programs are using the small group training model with their athletes.