FAQs

How long have you been a personal trainer? And where did you get your Certification?

I received my Personal Training Certification through the American Council on Exercise (ACE) in August of 2007. To read more about why I became a Personal Trainer visit my about page. 

How long is a typical training session with Fitness on the Fly?

Training sessions typically run 1 hour; with 5 minutes of assisted stretching at the end of every workout.  Session length can be adjusted based on clients needs and expectations. 

What is the cost per training session?

The cost per training session varies based on the needs and expectations of the client. To find out an approximate cost per session based on your needs email me at cassie@fitonfly.com

How often would I need to train with Fitness on Fly?

Training schedules can be built based on the clients needs and expectations. Fitness on the Fly suggests meeting at least twice  a week, but strongly recommends 3-4x's for best results. 

If you are are seeking optimum weight loss 4 training sessions a week is ideal. 

What forms of payments do you accept?

Fitness on the Fly accepts cash or personal check. 

 

There is a $20 fee for any returned checks due to insufficient funds. 

What is the payment schedule for training session?

Fitness on the Fly accepts cash or personal checks in advance of sessions on a bi-weekly basis. 

I need to cancel a training session. What do I do?

You may cancel a session at no charge up to 24 hrs prior to via call or text. Last minute cancellations will be charged if session is not rescheduled. Every effort will be made to reschedule whenever possible. Each client is allowed one last minute cancel per month with no charge.

Is there any equipment I need at my home?

The only required equipment is a set of simple dumbbells (5, 8, and 10 lbs) These may be purchased at a sports store (Olympia, Sports Authority) or department store such as Target or TJ Maxx.

What information is important to tell my trainer?

It is important to disclose your medical history including past injuries to your trainer.  Knowing your history will allow me to decide the best course of action for your training. You can download the client information sheet here.