personal training

Our personal trainers provide fitness plans tailored to your needs.

Bring about meaningful change in yourself and in your community. 

Personal Training at the YWCA

Need that extra boost to help you with your workout routine? Come to the YWCA for one-on-one personal training or work with one of our certified trainers to develop an exercise plan specific to your needs.

To learn more about personal training programs at the YWCA Gettysburg & Adams County, or to schedule an appointment, call 717-334-9171 ex. 119.

Individual Workout Plan

Let one of our certified personal trainers develop an individual plan specific to your needs.  Your personalized plan will be recorded on a workout sheet, and you decide how long to follow the plan before meeting with the trainer for another workout plan.

One-hour session: $25

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Personal Training

Our strength and conditioning coaches have been trained to provide enhanced performance. Our certified trainers can help you meet your goals and achieve maximum potential. Personal training can be a great motivational tool to get you a head start on achieving your goals. Whether you meet with a trainer four times a week or a few times a month, it’s proven that working with a certified trainer can support your new lifestyle by increasing your motivation to come to the gym, creating accountability, and having the support of a knowledgeable resource.

You must have a Rec Pass to receive personal training.

30-minute individual training: $25
60-minute individual training: $40

Howard Dorsey

Howard Dorsey

Personal Trainer

 Howard is a strength and conditioning coach at Gettysburg Area High School. He has more than 15 years of experience in bodybuilding, 25 years in powerlifting, and 3 years in cross-training. He teaches boot camp classes at the YWCA for both adults and children. Howard placed second in the best personal trainer category in the Gettysburg Times’ 2016 Pick of the County contest.

 

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