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Corporate Training in Austin, Texas

AG Large Group Training (Corporate Wellness, Outdoor Bootcamps) is held at a location that is convenient for all members of the group; whether it be in your place of business or public park, we bring the equipment, the coaching, and the motivation to help you succeed.

Utilizing Circuit Training-style formatting featuring aspects of strength, mobility, power, balance, and stability, it is one of the best ways to achieve all-round fitness at a price that fits all budgets.

One of the most common questions we get asked is "what if my fitness level is not the same as everyone else's in the group?" or, "What if I'm not working hard enough?".  

For our Large Group Training, we organize our training sessions so each individual will be able to work out at a pace that is comfortable and appropriate for them, independent of the efforts by everyone else in the group.  With our circuit training format, exercises and movements are done for time, multiple exercises and movement difficulty levels are provided for each station, and the trainee self -selects the variation that is appropriate for them, with the guidance and feedback from AG.  While participants will be encouraged to push themselves, careful consideration is always given to make sure everyone is staying within their individual thresholds.

To help facilitate results, all large group training clients will have training programs to do on their own time at no extra cost.  All Large Group Training programs contain no more than 15 participants, and each session runs for 8 weeks. 

After a full-body 3D warm-up routine that addresses mobility and stability at key joint segments in the body, participants rotate through stations that target all of the major muscle groups of the body in a variety of challenging ways that build muscle and burn body fat.

Clients can enjoy utilizing the following equipment to ensure a comprehensive training session:

  • Suspension Trainers
  • Powerblocks (interchangeable dumbells)
  • Superbands
  • Battle Ropes
  • Agility Ladders
  • Cones/Hoops
  • Yoga Mats
  • Medballs/Dynamax Balls
  • Sandbells

Why choose Attainable Growth for small group personal training in Austin, Texas?


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Meet Michael Groth, M.Ed., CSCS, CES

Mike Groth, has been a practicing certified personal trainer since 2007, and a Movement Specialist Fellow through the Gray Institute Fellowship of Applied Functional Science (FAFS) since 2016. He is also certified through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, as well as a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Corrective Exercise Specialist. He earned his Bachelors Degree in Exercise Science from the University of Maine in 2008, as well as a Masters Degree in Kinesiology from the University of Texas Graduate in 2010.

Mike has an excellent ability to motivate, communicate, and relate on a personal level with clients/athletes, as well as the ability to excel at comprehending and applying new knowledge in the allied health profession.  Individuals seeking improved health and fitness through personal training are too often disappointed by the overly-simplistic program design and the limited education and experience level of personal trainers in the industry today.  One of Mike’s fundamental beliefs is that every training session must be approached with the focus revolving around education to the client on how to exercise congruently with individual goals, be it fat loss, correcting posture and movement, or strength training, as well as to debunk myths portrayed by the mass media about fitness and health.

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