With spring here and summer around the corner, working out outdoors is a great option for those not comfortable training inside a gym or when gyms are closed in Montreal. We still offer the same great individualized personal training, but just outdoors!
You can train 1:1 with your own private coach (or train with someone you know and do semi-private training). *We also have pop-up small-group training sessions where you can workout safely in a group socially distanced in Somerled Park in NDG! You can check the small-group training schedule and reserve your spot here: bit.ly/MilesfitSmallGroupForm
Personal Training is offered in three formats:
Schedule: Saturdays at 9 am, 9:30 am, and 10 am or Sundays if rain on Saturday.
- One session = $30 plus tax
- Five sessions = $120 plus tax ($24 each plus tax)
- Ten sessions = $200 plus tax ($20 each plus tax)
Location: Somerled Park, NDG
*Maximum of 8 people per session
All personal training consists of:
"With Miles what I enjoy so much is when I come here, I really get an education not only on nutrition and fitness, but I also learn a lot about myself and what my potential is. I'm rediscovering my character that was lying dormant for many years. I started to really pull out the athletic mindset that I've had from way back when. And I'm feeling better than I've ever felt, even in my 20s or 30s.
I don't know where the future lies, but I'm seeing myself becoming an athlete again. Which is something that I had never even considered when I first signed up."
Miles's client of 7-years Michael was due for a hip-replacement surgery. Fortunately, through weekly exercises sessions the Milesfit studio, not only did he avoid the surgery, they strengthened things to the point where Michael has been able to play tennis and ski for the last 3-years without any issues!
"About 6 years ago, I injured my hip playing tennis. It was an injury that was worse than what I originally thought. The only way I could rectify that was to do some specific exercises as opposed to working out. With Miles, those exercises were directly related to my hip and strengthening it, so this didn’t occur again.
And I’ve been doing that ever since and I’m never had since. My hip has been much, much better. As long as I keep doing the exercises, it would appear that I would have this injury under control.
I’m playing tennis still. I’m now able to play 3 or 4 times a week without any problem whatsoever, and I’m fit enough to do that. And that’s all been from working out on a regular basis for 7 years now."
"In the last 6 weeks, I've seen a tremendous change, in terms of body tone and feeling better overall. It really is a drastic change in just 6 weeks."